Discover Kiev!

The most interesting city, cultural and spiritual capital of our country. Thanks to its hill location, the city is really picturesque and has more than 20 viewpoints. The ancient cathedrals and monasteries, wide boulevards, spectacular views and great variety of cultural centers. In Kiev there are a lot of places with special atmosphere which will make your stay here unique. And here are some...

National Kiev-Pechersk historical and cultural reserve

One of the biggest museum complexes in Ukraine which includes underground caves, cathedrals, architectural sites of XI-XIX centuries and museums.

Kontractova and Pochtova squares

Here you can listen to street musicians, drink in the restaurants and cafes and of course enjoy beautiful architecture.

Landscape Alley

This is a picturesque alley, which is of the must-walk place in the city.

Mariinsky park

One of the most beautiful parks in Kiev. This is a spot for a romantic date and memorable photos in the Dnipro background with spectacular sceneries of the city. And here is the presidential residence - the Mariinsky palace. The building is quite impressive thanks to its baroque and renaissance architecture.

Andreevsky descend and Vozdvizhenka

The Andreevsky descend is the ancient Kiev street. Walking down the slope, it is worth visiting the Saint Andrew's church being a pearl of the baroque style, the House-museum of Mikhail Bulgakov, the One-street Museum. The theatre-goers will be welcomed at the Koleso (The Wheel) theatre and the theatre at the Podil.

The Walking bridge and the Trukhanov island

This is a popular spot for beach rest, which is accessible through the 429-metres long walking bridge.

The Saint Michael Golden-domed monastery

Spectacular Saint Michael's cathedral was built back in 1108 -1113. It was one of the biggest monasteries in the Old Kiev.

The ancient Saint Sophia's cathedral

"The Tale of Bygone Years" says that the cathedral was founded in 1037. It was the oldest extant building.

The Uspensky Dormition cathedral in the Lavra

The Uspensky (Dormition) cathedral was founded in 1073, namely it was fore type for all the churches in the Rus.

The most ancient monument

The monument for Volodymyr being a non-official symbol of the city, which was built in 1853, which makes it the oldest monument of the capital.

The Golden Gates

The City Gates dating back to 12th century.

Maidan Nezalezhnosti (The Independence square)

"Either the fest or the revolution, when the Ukrainians want to get together - the Square becomes the meeting point".