Dating sites for ukrainians
In the minds of many believers Golosiyivskiy Park and forest are also strongly associated with Golosiyivsky desert, where pilgrims come not only from Ukraine, but also from other countries.Pushcha – Vodycia is Kyiv’s by far most popular rest area.A land of forests, small ponds and lakes, and even a tram line that takes you along its pine trees!Rent a bike and set off for green escape, only minutes away from busy Kyiv streets.Add cycling to your growing list of things to do in Kiev!How to get there: To reach Pushcha-Vodytsia, take tram #12, that departs from Kontraktova Square, and travel all the way to the route’s end point.The street is packed with historical landmarks: eye-catching 18th century baroque St.
If you don’t have a chance to go for a tour of Chernobyl site itself, you can learn more about the catastrophe in Kyiv’s most interesting and engaging museum. What they say: I didn’t imagine that this tiny museum, which costs pennies to enter, could be so engaging and informative. 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.How to get there: Walk down from Khreshchatyk Avenue towards European Square.From there, climb up a small hill to reach Kyiv Academic Puppet Theater and the Dnieper River banks.The city of Chernobyl is only 4 kilometers to the south of the reactor.High radiation levels forced the evacuation of more than 100,000 people from the region surrounding Chernobyl. Trip Advisor Reviews How to get there: Take a metro to Kontratova Square Metro Station. Working hours: Sunday-Friday from till , Thursday from till . “Small in size but very deep in substance”, the Museum of One Street is definitely among our favorite things to do in Kiev!
Andriyivsky Uzviz is also famous for its art bazaar, and is bustling with art galleries, crafts shops and local artisans.