Ukraine’s capital is ancient and modern. It’s a city equally loyal to ‘babushka’s and newly-rich oligarchs on fancy jeeps, to quiet idyllic parks and bustling highways, to top-notch supermarkets and farmers’ bazaars, and to any traveler who approaches it with an open mind and a heart for adventures.
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Completely off-the-beaten track, the Saint Cyrill’s Monastery is as old as time, dating back to 12th century. 800 square metres of stunning frescoes have been restored in late 1970s and showcase just a small bit of what this church must have been like in 1187. Paintings of the famous Mikhail Vrubel (1856-1910) take you into a different world.
Kyiv is no doubt a green capital, and has dozens of beautiful parks for short walks. Mariyinsky and Khreshchatyj Parks are favourites in the list of things to do. Not only they are located right next to Kyiv’s majestic Dnieper River. They also have wonderful architectural landmarks, like Mariyinsky Palace, gorgeous building of Kyiv Academic Puppet Theatre, and Lover’s Bridge – popular among newly-weds.
The Museum of One Street is definitely among our favourite things to do. It tells the enchanting and rich history of Ukraine’s capital, through the story of its most famous street - Andriyivsky Descent. The Descent, or called by local people – Andriyivsky Uzviz, is a small down-hill street that used to connect the Upper Kyiv with the more commercial district of Podil, located on Dnieper River Banks. The street is packed with historical landmarks: eye-catching 18th century baroque St. Andrew’s Church, the house of the ever-mysterious “Master and Margarita” author - Mikhail Bulgakov, and the Castle of Richard the Lionheart.