Do you want to see a lot of tourist attractions?
1980s replica of 11th-century Golden Gate (Zolotye Vorota) - the main fortified entrance to the medieval city Besarabsky Market (Bessarabsky Rynok) is an indoor market located in the center of Kiev Arch of Diversity (Arka Druzhby Narodov) -arch dedicated to the unification of Russia and Ukraine within the Soviet Union Victory Park (Park Pobedy) - is dedicated to the USSR's victory in World War II The Motherland Monument (Rodina-Mat) - huge statue atop of the National Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 Maidan Nezalezhnosti - the central square of Kiev
Khreshchatyk is the main street of Kiev Andriyivskyy Descent (Andreevski Spusk) is a historic descent connecting Kiev's Upper Town neighborhood and the historically commercial neighborhoods House with Chimaeras (Dom s Khimerami) or Horodecki House is an Art Nouveau building Mariyinsky Palace is the official ceremonial residence of the President of Ukraine in Kiev Feofaniya is a park with 5 lakes, woodland & paths, designated a state park for its biodiversity Park "Landscape Alley"- "Peyzazhnya Alleya" - charming public park showcasing offbeat local artwork, including abstract sculptures & mosaicsAccordion Sample Description
Kiev Pechersk Lavra -ornate religious buildings line this iconic monastic complex, known for its network of catacombs Saint Sophia’s Cathedral – orthodox cathedral, founded in 1037, with monastic buildings, a gilt cupola, necropolis and museum St Vladimir’s Cathedral – Neo-Byzantine cathedral with bright yellow facade, opening to a gold-accented fresco-lined interior St Andrew’s Church is a major Baroque church Brodsky Synagogue – Kiev’s largest synagogue, constructed in the late 1800s in Romanesque Revival style
During the tour, we will explore Jewish Kiev life of the past and today, with a visit to two major Synagogues, and the Great Kiev Community Center. We will also pay respects at the Babi Yar Memorial, site of the Nazi massacre of Kiev Jewry, and movingly commemorated by world-renowned Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko, who identified with the sufferings of the Jewish people. We'll see Golda Meier memorial plaque on the house where she used to live with her family and the monument to the great Yiddish writer, Sholom Aleichem - author of "Fiddler on the Roof" as well as many other bittersweet tales of Ukrainian shtetl life. Jewish tour is a great option to know the history of Jewish community in Kiev as well as to know the names of great Jewish people that contributed to the history of the city.
It is an opportunity to see the mysterious and romantic city in the light of lanterns and neon lights, and unforgettable impression on the illuminations.
Like nowhere else on the planet, Kyivans love to dress up, often in the latest global fashion, and hit
some of the city’s many lively, dynamic nightclubs and bars for some all-out fun and well-deserved
relaxation. Music. Drinks. Dancing. There are a myriad of options — all of which promise to deliver
an absolutely fantastic evening. More than any other adventure in Kyiv, having a good guide
is absolutely critical. Our guides constantly keeps up on the latest trends and hottest spots and can
make sure your evening on the town is totally worth it and memorable for a long time to come. Our
guides will make sure you get to the best places and meet amazing people!
Recommended duration of the sightseeing tour is 3 hours.
Drain System “Nikolskaya” – oldest part of more than 50 kilometers long Kiev draining system.
Klov – is the major and most interesting underground river in Kiev. During tour we will go underground near 5 kilometers by foot from “Olympiyska” metro station to Kreschatyk street. Tunnels under Kreschatyk were built in the middle of XIX-th century. It’s necessary to get taller boots and flashlights, as have virtually the entire route to go in water ( 10-30 cm depth ) . During the excursion in the dungeon you will hear about the methods of construction and operation of underground plumbing and see that part of city ordinary people have no idea about.
Ukrainian national food is known almost in all places of the world. Different floury dishes (pampushki, galushki, vareniki), meat dishes (Ukrainian sausages), milk dishes (sirniki) are very tasteful.
Meeting with the guide at the top of the Andryivskiy descent.
We're heading to one of the most ancient streets of Kiev - Andryivskiy descent. Here you visit most interesting cafes and restaurants, where you can try a taste of Kiev and Ukraine as well.
The first restaurant we check in - the restaurant "Kanapa", after that Lvivska Maisternia Shokoladu(Lviv Chocolate Factory).
After that we will visit several more restaurants and you'll have for sure the Taste of Ukraine.
Duration of the tour is 6 hours.
Nathan of Breslov (1780 – 1844), also known as Reb Noson, born Nathan Sternhartz, was the chief disciple and scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, founder of the Breslov Hasidic dynasty.
Take the chance to visit the grave of Nachman of Breslov (Hebrew: נחמן מברסלב), also known as Reb Nachman of Bratslav, Reb Nachman Breslover (Yiddish: רב נחמן ברעסלאווער), Nachman from Uman (April 4, 1772 – October 16, 1810), was the founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement. The grave is situated in city Uman only 210 km south from Kiev. You will delivered by the private vehicle from Kiev to Uman and it takes only 3 hours in drive. Upon arrival to Uman you have a time to visit the Grave of the Nachman and a “little Israel region” in Uman. You will have a 3 hours in Uman. Totally tour duration is about 9 hours. Rebbe Nachman is a unique figure in the history of Chassidut, the Jewish revival movement founded by his great-grandfather, the Baal Shem Tov (Master of the Good Name). In his lifetime, the Rebbe was well-known as a Chassidic master, attracting hundreds of followers. Today, over 200 years after his passing, his following numbers in the tens of thousands, making him a vibrant source of encouragement and guidance in today’s world. In the late summer of 1807 Rebbe Nachman himself contracted tuberculosis, a disease that ravaged his body for three years. Knowing his time to leave this world was imminent, he moved to Uman in the spring of 1810. He gave over his last lesson to hundreds of followers on Rosh HaShanah 1810 and passed away a few weeks later, on 18 Tishrei 5571 (October 16, 1810), at the age of thirty-eight. He was buried in Uman. Also you have a time to visit the Arboretum Park Sofiyevka.
This Museum is presenting the architecture and traditions of Ukrainians from ancient times up to the 19th century.
The complex has been founded for everybody who cares about their origin and native land to give an opportunity to see with their own eyes greatness and beauty of the Ukrainian land and its people. You’ll visit a number of traditional Ukrainian huts, get to know Ukrainian traditional architecture, family life, and folk handicrafts. After the excursion you’ll have a chance to walk at the territory of the complex, to see a mini-zoo, to taste Ukrainian cuisine in the traditional restaurant.Duration is 5 hours, including the time for drive.
This Museum is presenting the architecture and traditions of Ukrainians from ancient times up to the 19th century.
Photo stop at the place with robots and vehicles used to clean the radioactive fallout.
On the way to the Power Plant we stop at almost fully buried Kopachi village and check the kindergarten which we can still enter.
Feeding catfish and ide in the cooling channel around the Power Plant (if it is warm enough).
Sightseeing Reactor #4 from a 300 m distance!!!
Recently, this missile base was strictly confidential, which was the part of 46th Nijniodniprovska Missile Division.
8:00 meeting with the guide in the lobby of your hotel. Boarding the bus and covering the distance to the Kirovograd region. The road will take about 4.5 hrs. You will visit a strategic army facility. It was a highly classified site during the Soviet times. The museum was created on the base which belonged to the disbanded regiment of the missile division of the Strategic Missile Forces. You will see the starting position of intercontinental ballistic missiles fully preserved from the time of the Cold War. On the territory of the complex you will observe:
The Mezhyhirya Residence is a museum displaying the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych’s luxurious lifestyle.
Let's imagine: February 2014, Euromaidan. Thousands of people live on the Independence square. At the same time Yanukovich in his mansion is trying to load trucks with the enormous amount of jewerlies, pictures, antiques. But all in vain.
We invite you to this estate, photos of which circled the world mass-media. You will walk in the park, go down to the bank of Dnipro river, there you will see a restaurant-ship “Galleon”. Also you will have an opportunity to see the famous “Honka”, zoo, greenhouse and much more.
Well-known Mezhyhirya is open to the public!
Duration is 5 hours, including the time for drive.
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The Kyiv story cannot be complete without a story about the river that the city lies on. The Dnieper River (Dnipro) is the third longest river in Europe and the most picturesque place in the city. The ancient Greeks gave the river nameBorysfen. Romans called it Danapris (dana in Old Persian meant “a river”), Slavs – Slavutych, which meant “the sun of fame”. The Dnieper River has been playing an important role in the life of Kyiv. The city’s prosperity as an important trade city and a place of international transport began in ancient times due to the route “From the Vikings to the Greeks”. Modern Kyiv is located on both sides of the Dnieper River. While admiring the views of the Dnieper River, you will plunge into distant and unforgettable times of our country’s history and will be able to enjoy the views of modern Kyiv. Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, Monument to Volodymyr the Great, Vydubytskyi Monastery, Andrew’s Church and picturesque scenery of the Dnieper River will obviously remain in your bright memories. Duration 2 hours.
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Ballooning – a real «must have» in the bank of memories of each active person. Even a short flight at a height of 400 meters – is the sea of adrenaline and a true delight for lovers of natural beauty. The basket of the balloon can fit up to 6 people, and flight duration is from 30 minutes to 2 hours. Typically, flights are conducted all year round, but in winter you can only fly during the day and in the height of summer – early morning or evening. In Ukraine, there are many clubs that offer hot air balloon rides. It’s time to find out where you can get such entertainment, and how much fun it would cost your wallet.
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What you will get: T-62 tank driving Famous IS-3 (Iosif Stain) tank driving BTR and BRDM tank driving Shooting from anti-tank cannons Shooting from Maxim and Goriunova machine guns Kalashnikov AK-47, Dragunov sniper rifle, Shotgun shooting with real bullets Delicious military food on the tank range Comfortable transportation English-speaking assistant during all trip Doze of emotions and adrenaline!
The approximate cost of your trip will be:
$560 for a round-trip flight NYC-Kiev-NYC, $35-$45 per day for an accommodation in the 3*-4* hotel, $15 per day for food & drinks.
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