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All reviews main street wide street independence square saturday and sunday champs elysees lively street street performers lots of shops during weekends heart of the city downtown kiev orange revolution great architecture nice walk walk around maidan cars
This is the widest central street in Eastern Europe. It’s filled with Historic significance & sites. The Maydan Or Independence Square is here where revolutions and protests took place, the communist heritage sites are here, the first female university in Eastern Europe is here.
When kiev somehow you’ll go there anyway! But for me this place is really special.. it’s perfect in both day and night in daylight you can enjoy the beautiful architecture and at night the lights are so beautiful and romantic! Seriously this part of the...More
Kiev equivalent of NY 5th Avenue and Chicago's Michigan Avenue, lined with stores and restaurants, closed to vehicular traffic on weekends, this is the place crowded with locals and visitors from morning till late at night. Very few above ground crossings make you wonder downstairs...More
Many shops and caffes are there, to noisy as for me. Many people, tourists, it is business center of Kyiv. Very tasty ice-cream for years is near entrance to m. Khreshchatyk. Generally, if You wish to feel business center air, welcome here :-).