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64 things to do in Kiev depending on the season

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Kiev (Old Russian Kiv, Ukr. Kyiv pronunciation (inf.)) Is the capital and largest city of Ukraine, the Hero City. Located on the Dnieper River, the center of Kiev agglomeration. Separate administrative and territorial unit of Ukraine; cultural, political, socio-economic, transport, scientific and religious center of the country. In addition, Kiev is the administrative center of the Kiev region and the Kiev-Svyatoshinsky district of the Kiev region, although it is not part of them, having a special legal status. Located in the north of the central part of Ukraine. Kiev is the seventh largest city in Europe after Moscow, Istanbul, London, St. Petersburg, Berlin and Madrid.

Throughout its history, Kiev was the capital of Polyan, Kievan Rus, Kiev principality, the Ukrainian People's Republic, the Ukrainian People's Republic of Soviets, the Ukrainian state, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, and since 1991, an independent Ukraine. The city has its own emblem and flag. Because of its importance as the historical center of Russia, the city is called the “mother of Russian cities”.

  • 1. Eat to the dump of the Kiev cake, having previously bought it on Khreshchatyk
  • 2. Swim under the open-air swimming pool of Youth at the Bastion, 7.
  • 3. Drink Prosecco on the shore of the Kiev Sea.
  • 4. Get into the bubble in the Museum of Water.
  • 5. Cross the Dnieper River through the longest bridge - the Paton Bridge, which stretches for 1,543 meters.
  • 6. Sit in the church of St. Nicholas and listen to the concert of the organ with the orchestra.
  • 7. Get confused in Pirogovo "Nikolay" when choosing a filling.
  • 8. Pass through the closet in the only Museum of M. A. Bulgakov.
  • 9. Calculate the steps along the road to Zamkova Mountain, which is on Andreevsky slope.
  • 10. Play chess with local grandmasters in the park to them. T.G. Shevchenko.
  • 11. Bring a read book to the literary cafe "Cupid" to exchange it for another, and stay for a cup of coffee or something stronger.
  • 12. Count the stars in the Kiev Planetarium.
  • 13. Touch the kittens, hamsters and puppies in the Kurenivsky Zoo market Birdie (Frunze, 166).
  • 14. Make a circle on the cable car, which, by the way, was the second after the Odessa in the territory of the former Russian Empire.
  • 15. Eat the most reliable shawarma in Kiev at Samir on Bessarabka (in the market building), where night club regulars come together after a stormy night.
  • 16. Drink good tea at the Tea Club.
  • 17. Overcome 374 steps to climb the Great Lavra Bell Tower.
  • 18. Find out where the clouds come from in "Experimentanium" - a new scientific and entertainment center (Verkhnii Val, 2a).
  • 19. Sit on Kontraktova on tram number 12 and go to Pushcha-Voditsa.
  • 20. Climb up the street. Grushevskogo to the Children's Puppet Theater, which was built in the style of the Disney castle.
  • 21. At least once to look into the Golden Gate.
  • 22. There are delicious cinnamon rolls or broth patties in Yaroslavna on Yar val. Glance to their newly-made (forgive for the pun) competitors: cakes with cherry cakes from Aunt Clara's pie.
  • 23. See all the sights of the city at once in the park Kiev in miniature, which is located in Hydropark near the restaurant Mlyn.
  • 24. Visit one of the most ancient Kiev monasteries - Vydubitsky, which is located almost on the territory of the Botanical Garden.
  • 25. Strain your eyes while looking at the savvy flea and chessboard in the Museum of Miniatures.
  • 26. Fly on everything you can on the IC Chaika.
  • 27. Walking along the walk of fame at the Baikove cemetery and wondering for a long time how the architect Miletsky could come up with a project for a local crematorium.
  • 28. Despite the dubious feminine beauty, climb to the Motherland and wait until it hits the shield with a sword at midnight.
  • 29. For 1 hour and 20 minutes, go around the whole of Kiev on the city train.
  • 30. To go to any film in the first in the USSR panoramic cinema - Kinopanorama.
  • 31. Risk health and eat Kiev pepchiku, but better two at once on B. Khmelnitsky, 3.
  • 32. Start dancing with grandparents. In the summer, funny dancers from the transition to the Theater move to Hydropark.
  • 33. Take a ride on the Ferris wheel in Goloseevsky Park.
  • 34. With a clever view of the exhibits in the Museum of Arts named after Bogdan and Varvara Khanenko.
  • 35. Archery, catapult, fight with swords and do other knightly nonsense in Kievan Rus Park.
  • 36. Look at contemporary art in one of the largest European exhibition complexes Mystetsky Arsenal.
  • 37. Climb up Bald Mountain, thereby denying all the rumors associated with this place.
  • 38. Look into one of the oldest houses in Kiev - the Chocolate House, aka Mogilevtsev’s Mansion, it’s also the central registry office before the construction of the triangle on Pobeda Avenue.
  • 39. There are pancakes in the park to them. T.G. Shevchenko near the restaurant O'Panas.
  • 40. Sit on a bench in the Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya Square.
  • 41. Bypass the capital under the ground in a chain of Kiev caves and get out in the most unexpected place.
  • 42. Walking among the mills and Ukrainian huts in Pirogovo.
  • 43. Buy bait and gear at the fishing market of Bukhara (near the Metro bridge and the Dnepr metro station) and go to the embankment to catch fish.
  • 44. Go to one of the city events on Vozdvizhenka: more recently the street with the square was considered a "dead area", and now on weekends there are fairs, flea markets and large-scale picnics.
  • 45. Go to the House with Chimeras (ul. Bankovaya, 10), which was built according to the project of Gorodetsky on the bank of a dried goat swamp.
  • 46. ​​Wander through the Lavra caves with a candle in their hands.
  • 47. Admire the classics of Russian art in the Museum. Repin.
  • 48. Try to eat the biggest and tasty apple pie in Shalen's mother.
  • 49. Pass the entire pipe in transition from the metro station Khreshchatyk to Maidan Nezalezhnosti and at the end listen to how the elderly lady sings Ave Maria.
  • 50. Eat Ukrainian borscht in one of the oldest restaurants in Kiev - in Mlyn.
  • 51. Go to the Olympic NSC for one of the football matches.
  • 52. Get into a fairy tale on the 13th floor in one of the entrances in Troyeschina at Radunskaya, 26.
  • 53. In one of the days off, take a subway to the hippodrome (Glushkov Prospect, 10) and sit at the races.
  • 54. Sit on the big swing opposite the Zhelezka training complex in Hydropark and look at the men in tights.
  • 55. Be sure to go on a tour of Rusanovka, in Kiev Venice, the area which is an island and the only housing estate in Europe built on sand.
  • 56. Walk along the Landscape Alley, where, sitting on mosaic benches, watch the sunset and the panorama of the city.
  • 57. Feed the squirrels in the fir forest of the Botanical Garden on Pechersk.
  • 58. Climb to the upper part of the most interesting urban rooftops of the city: the Ukraine department store (passage right through the 4th floor of the parking lot), a 34-storey residential house on Poznyaky Street. Grigorenka, 7a (the roof is open to the public), or Red Star Avenue, 4a (the entire roof is rented for special events).
  • 59. Wander around the courtyards of the unique architectural ensemble of Podol in the area of ​​Frunze Street, which was built in the 80s by a certain architect Viktor Rosenberg in the style of modern brutal constructivism.
  • 60. Go explore the Tatar mountains, climb the steep climb from the Live Market, go to the mosque, then visit the Tatar cemetery, passing through which you can go to the spacious slopes, where the best view of the Hem.
  • 61. Trace all the branches of evolution and find their ancestors in the Zoological Museum.
  • 62. To wander in Pechersk to the real fortress - Skein Kaponir, where there were once prisons for political prisoners.
  • 63. To leave for the whole day in Goloseevsky Park with its innumerable lakes, rolling in the most beautiful Goloseevsky Forest, and then in the Kitaevsky Monastery - the most pleasant in Kiev.
  • 64. Exit the metro University and delve into the botanical them. Fomina, one of the oldest botanical gardens in our country.