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66 things which one needs to manage to do in Kiev

66 things which one needs to manage to do in Kiev

Unforgettable weekends and holidays in Kiev

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Everyone who loves Kiev, has the list of things which are needed to manage to be done in this city. We prepared for you 66 recommendations. What have you managed to do from this list?

  • To be full with the Kiev pie, previously having bought it on the Khreshchatyk, 29/1 for 44 UAH /0,5 kg or 84 UAH / 1 kg.
  • To swim in the open-air pool Younost on Bastionny, 7.
  • To drink some prosekko on the bank of the Kiev sea.
  • To get into a soap bubble in the water Museum.
  • To cross the Dnieper along the longest bridge — Patton Bridge which is 1543 m.
  • To sit in St. Nikolay’s church and to listen to the organ concert with an orchestra.
  • To become puzzled in the bakery «Nikolay» at a stuffing choice.
  • To pass through a case in M. A. Bulgakov’s only Museum.
  • To calculate steps on the way to the Castle mountain that on Andreevsky descent.
  • To play chess with local grand masters in park of T.G. Shevchenko.
  • To bring the read book in the literary cafe «Kupidon» to exchange it for another, and to stay for a cup of coffee or something stronger.
  • To calculate stars in the Kiev Planetarium.
  • To touch kittens, hamsters and doggies in the kurenevsky zoomarket The Birdie (Frunze,166).
  • To make a circle on a cable car which, by the way, was the second after the one in Odessa on the territory of the former Russian Empire.
  • To eat the most reliable in Kiev a doner kebab at Samir’s on Bessarabka (in the market building) where frequenters of night clubs meet after a stormy night.
  • To enjoy good tea in the Tea club.
  • To overcome 374 steps to rise on the Big Lavrsky Belltower.
  • To learn where clouds come from in the «Eksperimentanium» – a new scientific and entertaining center (the Verkhni Val, 2а).
  • To take the tram No. 12 on Kontraktova and to go to Pushcha-Voditsia.
  • To rise up on Grushevskogo St. to Children’s puppet theater which was constructed in style of Disney’s castle.
  • To take a glance to the Golden Gate.
  • To eat tasty rolls with cinnamon or pies with broth in Yaroslavna on Yar on Val. To visit their newly made (forgive for a pun) competitors: to cherry pies from the Aunt Klara bakery.
  • To see all sights of the city at once in park the Kiev in a miniature which are placed in Hydropark near restaurant Mlyn.
  • To visit one of the most ancient Kiev monasteries — Vydubitsky which is practically situated in the territory of the Botanical garden.
  • To strain eyes, watching the grounded flea and a chessboard in the Museum of miniatures.
  • To do some flying on everything that is possible in SC Seagull(Chaika).
  • To walk alongside the Alley of Fame on the Baykovoe cemetery and be wondering how the architect Miletsky could think up the project of a local crematorium.
  • Despite doubtful female beauty to climb up the Motherland statue and to wait while it will strike with a sword on a board exactly at midnight.
  • To travel over all Kiev by a city electric train for 1 hour and 20 minutes.
  • To go on any movie in the USSR’s first panoramic movie theater – Kinopanorama.
  • To risk ones health and to eat the Kiev perepichka, or even two on B. Khmelnytsky, 3.
  • To break into a dance together with grandmothers and grandfathers. In the summer cheerful dancers from transition on Theatrical remove to Hydropark.
  • To sweep on the Ferris wheel in Goloseevsky park.
  • To watch the exhibits in the museum of arts named after Bogdan and Varvara Hanenko with a clever look.
  • To shoot a bow, a catapult, to fight on swords and to do other knightly nonsenses in the Park Kievan Rus’.
  • To watch at the modern art in the Mystetsky arsenal — one of the biggest European exhibition complexes.
  • To climb up the Bald(Lysaya) mountain, having disproved thereby all gossips connected with this place.
  • To glance in one of the oldest houses of Kiev — the Chocolate lodge, it is Mogilevtsev’s Mansion, it is the central registry office before triangle construction on Pobedy Avenue.
  • To eat pancakes in park of T.G. Shevchenko near the restaurant O’Panas.
  • To sit on a bench in Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya’s public garden.
  • To walk around the capital underground on a chain of the Kiev caves and to get out in the most unexpected place.
  • To walk among mills and the Ukrainian houses in Pirogovo.
  • To buy a bait and tackles in the fishing market of Bukhara (near Metro Bridge and metro station Dnepr) and to go on the embankment for fishing.
  • To visit on one of the city actions on Vozdvizhenka: just recently the street was considered to be «the dead area», and now on days off there the fairs, flea markets and large-scale picnics take place.
  • To visit the House with chimeras (Bankovaya St., 10) which was built according to Gorodetsky’s project on the bank of the drained Goat bog.
  • To wander about Lavrsky caves with a candle in hands.
  • To admire classics of the Russian fine arts in the Museum of Repin.
  • To try to eat the biggest and tasty apple pie in Shalena mama.
  • To pass all tube in transition from the Khreshchatyk metro station to the Maidan Nezalezhnosti and at the end to listen how the elderly lady sings Ave Maria.
  • To eat the Ukrainian borsch in one of old restaurants of Kiev – in Mlyn for example.
  • To attend one of the football matches in NSC Olympiiski.
  • To get to the fairy tale on the 13th floor in one of entrances in Troyeshchina, Radunskaya, 26.
  • To ride by metro to the hippodrome in one of the days off (Glushkov Ave., 10) and to sit on races.
  • To sit on big a swing opposite the Gym complex Zhelezka in Hydropark and to look at men in body stockings.
  • It is obligatory to go to Rusanovka tour, across the Kiev Venice, area which is the island and the only thing in Europe constructed on the washed sand residential district.
  • To walk on Peyzazhnaya Avenue and to look at a dusk and a city panorama, sitting on mosaic benches.
  • To feed squirrels in a fir forest of the Botanical garden on Pechersk.
  • To get on the upper part of the most interesting city roofs of the city: department store Ukraine (pass directly through the 4th floor of the parking), the inhabited 34-storeyed house on Poznyaky on Grigorenko St., 7а (the roof is open for visitors), or Krasnozvezdny Avenue, 4а (all roof is given for special events).
  • To wander the yards of unique architectural complex on Podol near the street of Frunze which was constructed in the eighties by a some architect Victor Rosenberg in the style of modern brutal constructivism.
  • To go to investigate the Tatar mountains, having risen on a steep slope from the Zhitny market, to come into a mosque, then to visit the Tatar cemetery, having passed through which it is possible to come to spacious slopes where the best view of Podol opens.
  • To track all branches of evolution and to find your ancestors in the Zoological museum.
  • To come into the real fortress on Pechersk — the Slanting Caponier where once there were prisons for political prisoners.
  • To go for the whole day to Goloseevsky park with its uncountable number of the lakes, turning into the most beautiful Goloseevsky wood, and then to the Kitayevsky monastery.
  • To leave the subway University and to go deep into the botanical garden of Fomin, one of the oldest botanical gardens of our country.
  • To shop on the biggest and the cheapest flea market of the city — Forest secondhand (near the Forest metro station) where it is possible to meet everybody, from TV hosts to cleaners and to find everything, from Burberry dresses to valenki of the unknown master.
  • To hang around some original shops, a concept-stores, show-rooms and other unique shopping places: Mashed potatoes (the British punk), Atelier1 (a design underground), The One (young Ukrainian alternative).

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