All the main sights within 3 hours!
If you want to see all at once or have a strict time limit this excursion is for you.
I will show you all that worth and should to be seen. The tour consists of three parts: Upper city, Podol and Pechersk. These three districts are the cradle of today's modern Kyiv and take their origin from Kyiv Rus era and earlier. Each of the districts has its unique history, heritage assets and spirit which will be consistently opened to you.
A tour will include:
Part 1 - Upper city
1. Golden Gates
2. St. Sophia's Cathedral
3. monument to Bogdan Hmelnitskiy
4. st. Andrew's hill, Church and descent
5. St. Michael's cathedral
6. Independence square
7. Kreschatic street
Part 2 - Podol district
8. Post square
9. Sagaidachnogo street
10. Kyiv-Mogila Academy
11. Dniper river, Kyiv ponts
Part 3 - Pechersk
12. Askold grave
13. Park of Glory
14. Memorial museum to Holodomor tragedy
15. Kiyv Pechersk Lawra Monastery
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The tour starts near the Golden Gates but I will meet you with the car driver near your hotel/accommodation place.
End location: As you wish
Duration: 3 hours
The duration of the tour may vary depending on your personal activity, weather conditions, and traffic. The duration may vary from 3 to 4 hours.
we will travel by car but stop often to study details of the sites on foot.
My services as your personal guide to the sights of Kyiv
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 UAH - If needed tickets to St Sophia (120UAH), Lavra (120UAH). WWII Museum (60UAH), coffee (Depends :)
If needed tickets to St Sophia (120UAH), Lavra (120UAH). WWII Museum (60UAH), coffee (Depends :)
I am not a driver. But I can arrange for a separate car and driver
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Anna is an exceptionally good guide .She is very knowledgable, her English is excellent and very easy to understand. She is also a very nice person and I enjoyed all my time with her very much I would certainly use her again and recommend her to my friends. Peter Jenks