Heavily rebuilt after WWII so the buildings are not as interesting as its big city atmosphere with lots of pedestrians during the closed to traffic weekends.
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This wide street is probably the most famous street in Kiev, and rightly so, as it's so long and wide. It features numerous shops and eateries, with lovely buildings. Having said that, however, I personally found it to be a little overrated, as other parts...More
Central Street of Kiev, wide and crowded. I have been there for two times, both of them on Sunday, when this big street is closed for cars and open only for pedestrians. Nice caffes (despite the fact that this caffes are more expensive than in...More
The main street of Kyiv. It's beautiful and long. You can see the beautiful architecture. Many different shops, cafes and places to spend time are located on this street. At one end of it there is Bessarabka Market and a modern art gallery. Maidan also...More
The main and central street of Kiev, the place has an underground shopping center where the orientation is difficult, the street itself has a lot of restaurants and shops, it is recommended to visit and buy at Rushan's candy shop - very cheap and quality....More
A terrible street. Traffic everywhere and cars wherever you look. Not worth seeing. I'd recommend going to one if the city's many parks instead.
This place is a must if you are in Kiev. This is the heart of Kiev, its soul. On Saturday and Sunday the street is closed from the traffic and you can walk freely. Great architecture, shops, monuments. Lots f coffee spots, events, music shows...More
Reflecting the monumental architecture from the communist period, this avenue could be considered as the champs-elysées of Kiev. It is also going through the square were orange revolution took place. It is one of the most popular spot of Kiev with restaurants, bars and luxury...More
Main Street in Kyiv, passing the Maidan square and the street is filled with bars, restaurants, cafés, shops, museum etc. In short, the street where everything happen. On top there is also a lot of different artists and performers in the street, especially on weekends...More