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Sense Slavic beauty and magic on your Kyiv tours
What can be more enticing then 3 days in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev? The steady flow of Dnieper, the hills, the old domes of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra and houses done in Baroque and Byzantine styles, all remind of the millennium-old history and the time flowing calmly by just like the Dnieper.
To get the most out of your Kyiv holiday, you will be able to soak up the placid and somewhat bohemian atmosphere of Kyiv Podil neighborhood, take a stroll along the busy Khrischatik Street, the capital main street and visit the city’s many churches and monasteries. Also, you will enjoy the gastronomical marvels of the city’s restaurants and cafes, along with the city’s historic sites, yet unknown to mass tourism.
There is only one thing that is more enchanting then a one-day stay in Kyiv, it is a three-day Kyiv travel.
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Day 1 of your Kyiv tours will start with rest. Upon arrival in Kyiv, you will meet your tour guide, who will take you to your hotel. After check-in, take time to enjoy rest, for Kyiv is unimaginable without due respect for leisure, and head outside to explore the picturesque city center full of curvatures of streets and landscape. In the evening take a stroll along Khreschatyk, the city’s thoroughfare, for you to better sense the fascinating soul of this city.
During your Day 2, you will be touring St. Andrew’s church built to a design by B.Rastrelli, the author of famous Winter Palace in St. Petersburg; pay a visit to the heart of the city, the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra, and enjoy the Kyiv nights, when eating ambrosial Ukrainian, Georgian or Uzbek food, or partying out in the Kyiv night clubs.
Having taken in enough of scenic Kyiv locales and its soul-warming places of worship, head for a cruise on the Dnieper to see the capital of Ukraine from water. There an enormous flow of the Dnieper will make you admire the symbiosis that the ever-moving river and the reposeful yet still kinetic city make.
Also on the program is a visit to Independence Square, known for its being the venue for some of the most momentous events in Ukraine’s history, and the Motherland Sculpture, a piece of Soviet Kyiv.
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