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Kyiv is one of the biggest cities in Europe. It’s not that famous as London, Paris or Moscow, but it’s very beautiful and you definitely will have a lot of things to do here no matter what time of the year you are traveling. It is a bustling capital of independent Ukraine, its administrative, economic, scientific, cultural and educational center. This scenic city with population of over 3 million people is located on the shores of the Dnepr River.

Kyiv is a city of invaluable historical and cultural monuments, a city of great events and outstanding people. Everyone will find there something especially interesting for himself. Our team is ready to help you and we can organize an individual sightseeing tour. That will help you to spend your time in a great way, to learn a lot of things about our city, get closer to our culture, cuisine, traditions and lifestyle. The professional guide can help to plan your time according to your interests and desires, so you will get the most out of your trip.

The art and architecture of Kyiv are considered world treasures. Many famous artists, poets and writers estimated the unique beauty of this city. The most renowned landmarks include: Cathedral of St. Sophia with outstanding mosaics and frescoes dating back to the 11th century; to Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra featuring several monasteries and cathedrals; Golden Gate of Kyiv, which date back to 1037; Ukrainian Baroque Church of St. Andrew; the magnificent 19th-century Cathedral of St. Vladimir; and many other attractions. Kyiv is often referred to as "the mother of all cities" by Russians and Ukrainians. It is one of the oldest towns in Europe. In the historical center of Kyiv you can feel the spirit of the past everywhere.

Visiting Kiev can't be possible without seeing The National Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War (the World War II) and The Motherland monument. Also you can see Babiy Yar, which is a ruefully known place of grief over the victims of appalling genocide, anti-Semitism and World War II. Babiy Yar is a ravine that became the communal grave of thousands of people who were butchered by the Nazi.

Kyiv is distinguished for its rich cultural life. Theater lovers will find many theaters offering various theatrical programs. Most performances are held in Ukrainian or Russian. The recently renovated Kyiv Opera House presents very good opera as well as a broad repertoire of ballets. Ivan Franko Theater is a center of Ukrainian drama, comedy, and musicals. A lot of various exhibitions are carried out in the city's numerous museums and art galleries.

Kyiv is very green city and famous with its parks and picturesque landscapes. We will show you the best places where a magnificent view opens up. The best thing is to watch lights of the night Kyiv. If you want to see our capital from other side, we can have a boat trip. During this trip you can explore ancient historical sights, gaze upon grant monuments and encounter a vibrant culture rich in tradition.

Kyiv is also a scientific and educational center of independent Ukraine. Various universities and science academies including famous Kiev-Mogilyanskaya Academy, which is one of the first scientific establishments in Eastern Europe, are located there.

Being the largest city of Ukraine, Kyiv is a leading industrial and commercial center of the country. The development of Ukrainian economy gave impulse to business activity of the city. There are a lot of new office centers, banks, trade exhibition centers and other commercial enterprises appearing in the city nowadays.

Take a walk through the ancient streets of this scenic city, feel its unique beauty and the spirit of its past. Andreevsky Spusk is one of the oldest streets in Kyiv. In ancient days it was the shortest way from the Upper Town to the Podol, or the Lower Town, where merchants and craftspeople used to live. Nowadays this steep and meandering street is a traditional place for arranging concerts, art festivals and city holidays. On Andreevsky Spusk there are many interesting picture galleries and souvenir stores. This street is often called Kyiv's Montmartre, as any time one can see here artists displaying their works. Kreschatik is the most famous and one of the busiest streets in Kyiv. It is a wide boulevard with plenty of chestnut trees. It’s busy during working days but closed for cars during the weekend, so people can walk and have different kind of entertainments there. Nowadays Kreschatik ranges among the major attractions of Kyiv. The citizens of the city adore this street, and the guests of Kyiv try to visit it and feel its charming atmosphere first of all. The Independence Square, or Maidan Nezalezhnosti, is the central square in Kyiv, the main and the most beautiful one. Parades, concerts, festivals and other city arrangements and holidays take place on this square.

Looking for extreme? We can organize a tour to Chernobyl. It's evidence of the world largest technogenic catastrophe and face its magnetic emptiness. Pripyat is a ghost town near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Freaky and strange feeling that you won't ever forget...

No matter that Kyiv has a very long history, it is still modern city with crazy night life. You won't be bored during night time. Our guides can lead you to different karaoke bars, bowling, disco-clubs, etc.

We can go on writing about our city, but it can be endless article, so seeing once is better than hearing twice. Be sure our guides will show you all the beauty of this city and for sure your stay in it will become one of your most memorable experiences.

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