Kiev Things To Do (354 results)

  • St Andrew's Church, Kiev

    The Saint Andrew's Church is a major Baroque church located in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The church was constructed in 1747–1754, to a design by the Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli. It is

    Landmark, Museum, Church

  • Maidan Nezalezhnosti

    Maidan Nezalezhnosti (literally: Independence Square) is the central square of Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine. One of the city's main squares, it is located on Khreshchatyk Street in the Shevchenko

    Public Square, Landmark, Landmarks

  • Shooters Night Club

    Shooters Entertainment Complex

    American Restaurant, Sushi Bar, Nightclub, Bar

  • Vodka Bar

    Bar, Restaurant, Nightclub

  • Pinchukartcentre

    PinchukArtCentre — the centre of contemporary art, located in Kiev. It was opened on September 16, 2006 by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. PinchukArtCentre is an international centre for contemporary a

    Art Gallery, Museum

  • National Art Museum Of Ukraine

    The National Art Museum of Ukraine is a museum dedicated to Ukrainian art in Kiev, Ukraine.


  • Kiev Planetarium

    Kiev Planetarium (previously Republican Planetarium;) in Kiev, Ukraine is one of the largest planetaria in the CIS (former Soviet states). Opened on January 1, 1952 by the initiative of the scientist-


  • Status Party Bar
  • Paton Bridge

    Paton Bridge is one of the bridges across the Dnieper in Kiev, Ukraine named after its constructor. Built between 1941 and 1953, and is also the longest bridge in Kiev having a length of . Traffic acr


  • Trukhaniv Island

    Trukhaniv Island (translit.: Trukhaniv ostriv) is an island located on the Dnieper River opposite the historic Podil neighbourhood of the city of Kiev. It has an area of . The island is mostly covered

    Island, Attractions

  • National Bank Of Ukraine (building)

    The National Bank of Ukraine building that is located in Kiev traces its roots to the State Bank of Russia that established its branch in Kiev, Russian Empire in 1860 after the local State Commercial

    Government Building

  • Mikhail Bulgakov Museum

    Mikhail Bulgakov Museum (officially known as Literature-Memorial Museum to Mikhail Bulgakov, commonly called the Bulgakov House) is a museum in Kiev, Ukraine, dedicated to Kiev-born Russian writer Mik


  • Brodsky Synagogue

    Brodsky Synagogue is a Moorish-style synagogue is in Kiev, Ukraine.


  • Mariinsky Park

    Mariyinsky park (Mariyins'kyi park) is a park located in Pechersk neighborhood in front of the Supreme Council of Ukraine (Constitution Square), Hrushevsky Street, and Park Road. The park is also a So


  • Fountain Of Samson, Kiev

    The Fountain of Samson or Felitsiyal (translit.: Fontan Samson, Felitsiial) is a Ukrainian Baroque fountain in the Podil raion of Kiev. It was constructed in the 18th Century, later demolished by the

    Memorial, Monument

  • Kiev Fortress

    The Kiev Fortress, also known as the Pechersk Fortress, is a generic name for the 19th century fortification buildings situated in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, that once belonged to the system of weste

    Museum, Landmarks

  • Kiev Funicular

    The Kiev funicular (translit.: Kyivs'kyi funikuler;, translit.: Kievskiy funikulyor) serves the city of Kiev, connecting the historic Uppertown, and the lower commercial neighborhood of Podil through

    Railway, Historical Place, Transportation

  • Askold's Grave

    For the opera, see Askold's Grave (opera) Askold's Grave (Аскольдова могила) is a historical park on the steep right bank of the Dnieper River in Kiev. It was created by the Soviets in the mid-1930s


  • Vydubychi Monastery

    Vydubychi Monastery (Vydubyts'kyi monastyr) is an historic monastery in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.


  • Baikove Cemetery

    Baikove Cemetery is a famous and historic cemetery in Holosiiv Raion of Kiev, Ukraine. It is a National Historic Landmark of Ukraine. It was established in 1833. Several famous Ukrainians have been b

    Cemetery, Memorial

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