Statute of Lenin
Locals claim that this huge expanse of cobbles is the second-largest in the world after Beijing's Tiananmen Sq. At 750m long it's...
Taras Shevchenko Statue
Locals are perhaps overly proud of this statue. Yes, it’s big and it does portray the heroic poet surrounded by 16 peasants, Cossacks...
Offers exactly what you'd expect: plenty of beer (fine imports and inexpensive domestic lagers), sports on TV, a few strange Irish...
Once Upon a Time’ is an upscale stolova (self-service cafeteria), immensely popular with students for its cheap food and beer. It’s...
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Lonely Planet review
This circular, wrap-around, open-all-hours cafe is the place to whip out your wi-fi-enabled device of choice and get connected, while sipping great milkshakes, smoothies and lemonade. But if you need none of that, this is still an excellent breakfast or lunch option. It also sells bizarre-looking souvenirs designed by Russian designer, Artemy Lebedev. Strangely enough, none of the staff speak English. ISIC discount offered.