This boulevard connects the Khreshchatik part with the museums, university and diplomatic area. Beautiful in the spring when you will see the flowers of buckeye trees - symbol of the city.
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From Peliemonhy monument to Kheshchtik main street, is the long boulevard of Taras, Shevchenko! You can expecting to see the vokzal, university of Taras Shevchenko, park shevchenko, and the zoloti volota there as well! It's around 5 kms I think, visited from Aug 2012 to...More
A lengthy boulevard that you can use to get from the Bessarabka end of Khreshchatyk to Shevchenko Park, if you fancy a nice stroll. Some decent shops and a few eateries. There is a centre island which you can stroll along, which is less busy...More
This street is OK. There are some nice buildings on it and many sites accessible from it. But I am not really sure who would go here just to see the street.
Our hotel was situated on this boulevard so we often walked up it. It is a busy thoroughfare with some interesting buildings flanking it. Many have plaques on them but they are in Ukraine. .However there is a good guide to Kyiv ( a thick...More
We had a wonderful tour guide that took us through the many many historical sites of this little but important part of Kiev
Nice architecture, clean pavement area but there are much more beautiful streets in Kiev. I see no special, frankly speaking. Maybe someone else has a different opinion but today I had a walk there and really disliked that the traffic on the main road was...More
Walk amongst hundreds of other people, look in windows or in shops, nothing spectacular, however, if you want to walk and have a looksie. why not. Its lots of people to look at too..
This is a nice walk up the hill. It brings you from the main shopping street Khrestjatik (Chist street) to my favourite park of the city: Shevchenko Park. Along the left you can find shops and on the right you can find nice restaurants and...More
There's a nice park opposite the University; actually, with some decent eating places; especially in the Summer ..... it's worth the visit.