St Andrew's Church
Naturally, the stunning gold and blue sight shining at the top of Andriyvsky uzviz is called after Apostle Andrew. Built in 1754 by...
Arguably Kyiv’s most beloved gallery, on Kyiv’s most beloved street.
National Museum of Ukrainian History
Located more or less at the spot where history began for Kyiv, Ukraine and Russia this museum has exhibits of archaeological and recent...
You may treat this place as a teashop, pub, restaurant, music venue or a bookshop, but crucially it is a stronghold of Ukrainian...
Sneak away from the busy uzviz and you find yourself in what seems like a treehouse – a wooden terrace perched above the dense canopy...
Lonely Planet review
The atmosphere is arty-farty and the menu eclectic. Dishes exhibit Ukrainian, Thai and French influences and, yes, the chef is talented enough to pull it off. If it's raining, you can kill time admiring the art or thumbing through the colourful coffee-table books. It used to be the city's main Francophone hang-out, but the crowd has largely moved to its new outlet near pl Lvivska .