Discover Kiev, the capital of Ukraine considered to be the mother city of all Eastern Slavic people. It is the state where the Russian Orthodox Church and Eastern Slavic art and architecture were all founded between the 9th and 11th centuries. Start your trip with a city tour around the old city center. Visit St. Sophia Church and the Caves Monastery which are among the country's most fascinating sites, dating to the days of Kyivan Rus. The old city center stands on the wooded hills above the west Bank of the Dnipro River. During your tour you will see both the old and the modern city, with wide boulevards and beautiful architecture. The city has managed to survive Mongol invasions, devastating fires, communist urban planning and as well as the massive destruction of WWII. Today, Kiev has a big city atmosphere, and is the most cosmopolitan in the country.
Enjoy a private airport transfer with your own vehicle and driver in Kiev.
Domus Hotel is situated in the historical center of Kyiv. It combines the charm of the historical part of Kyiv and the European design. The hotel is a comfortable and convenient choice, with easy access to sightseeing areas of the city. Domus Hotel offers 30 rooms, which as to the equipment, furniture, interior and servicing comply with the 3+-star standard. The restaurant offer Ukrainian and Italian cuisine and at the bar there is an extensive choice of liquors, aperitifs, refreshing cocktails and the renowned Ukrainian gorylka.
Enjoy a panoramic city tour of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine and the cradle of Eastern Slavonic states of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. It is a beautiful city with its centuries-old history and rich culture. The tour includes a visit to Vladimir’s Cathedral the most prominent sacral painting complex of the late 19th century decorated by world renowned artists. You will examine magnificent mosaics and frescoes of St. Sophia Cathedral the oldest temple in the Eastern Slavonic states built in the beginning of the 11th century to glorify the victory of Prince Yaroslav the Wise over Pechenegs’ tribes. You will enjoy amazing views of two golden-domed monastery complexes while walking along Sophiiska and Mykhailivska Squares. The tour continues to St. Andrew’s Church a striking piece of baroque architecture of the 18th century built according to the designs of well-known architect B.Rastrelli on the top of Vladimir’s Hill. Andriivskyi Uzviz (Descent) that starts from St. Andrew’s Church will impress you with its unique atmosphere. It is a short street meandering down through the luxuriant vegetation of Vladimir’s Hill to the picturesque Podil. Numerous art galleries and shops of folk and applied art make this romantic street the cultural center of Kiev. The entrance fee to St. Sophia Cathedral is included in the tour cost.
Enjoy a half a day tour to the Ethnographic Museum in Kiev, located in the suburbs of the town of Pirogivo. Three hundred ancient rural huts, collected from all over Ukraine can be seen in Pirogovo. The majority of them were moved to the museum and then reconstructed. Huts, wooden churches, water and wind mills, clothes and kitchen utensils, dating back to the period of the 17th century to beginning of the 20th century, give a realistic impression of this era. During the tour you will gain a better knowledge of how local inhabitants lived in the past. The entrance fee to the Museum is included in the tour cost.
Citizens of other countries may require a visa. Please ask your Sales Advisor. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Ukraine for the most up to date visa information.
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