The much-loved author of The Master and Margarita lived here long before writing his most famous book – between 1906 and 1919. But this...
It says a lot for Andriyivsky uzviz (or Andreyevsky Spusk, as the Russian-speaking majority calls it) that it has retained its charm...
Museum of One Street
This museum lays out individual histories of Andriyvsky uzviz buildings. The sheer jumble-sale eclecticism of the collection –...
This semi-avant-garde theatre has an informal, cafe-like environment. Performances involve much song and dance as well as food, so...
Sneak away from the busy uzviz and you find yourself in what seems like a treehouse – a wooden terrace perched above the dense canopy...
Andriyivsky uzviz 136 · interesting places nearby
Once the only eatery on the uzviz, this ex-Soviet cafe in a wooden house reinvented itself as a French creperie, though it keeps serving inexpensive Ukrainian fare. Yacht-themed decor and Russian pop music contribute to the overall eclecticism, but most patrons avoid both by choosing tables on the summer terrace – a great place for uzviz- watching.