This apartment is located in the center of Kiev in 10 minutes walk to Vokzalna metro station (the railway) and in 10-15 min. by minibus to Kreshchatik street. It is situated on the 5th floor of a 9 storey building.
It consists of: a studio-room connected with a kitchen, a bathroom and a balcony.
In the studio-room there is a double-bed, folding sofa, table, 2 nightstands, TV set with more than 100 channels, air conditioner, free Wi-Fi access, iron.
The kitchen consists of gas stove, microwave oven, refrigerator, tea-kettle, full set of dishes.
The bath-room includes a bath, washing machine, mirror, toilet, water boiler, hair dryer.
We provide with bedlinen and towels.
All tourist attractions, all variety of bars and restaurants are nearby.
The most famous city attractions:
Andriyivsky Uzviz (Андріївський узвіз) or Andrew's Descent - At the top of this quaint, very rough cobblestone street is St Andrew's Church (closed for restoration in 2011). Sidewalks are gradually being added to the Descent but, meanwhile, take a good pair of shoes. Andrew's Descent winds down to Kontraktova Ploshcha in Podil. The street is lined with souvenir sellers, restaurants, galleries and museums. Touristy but retains charm.
Khreshchatyk (Хрещатик) Street - The main drag of the city centre. It is closed to traffic on some weekends and full of entertainers and people wandering around. A big happy crowd and very conducive to peoplewatching. Metro: Maidan Nezalezhnosti or Khreshchatyk.
Kiev Pechersk Lavra (Cave Monastery--Печерська лавра), (Metro station Arsenal'na is a couple blocks away from the main entrance. You can take a trolley from the subway station - 2 stops). One of the oldest and most important monasteries in Ukraine and in the teritory of the former Soviet Union. Only the most important monasteries were designated as Lavras; there were only four, of which this Cave Monastery is the oldest. It was founded in 1077 by St Antoniy. The caves were dug out by priests who lived there as hermits. Nowadays, the caves are venerated by the faithful and tourists who visit the mummified monks, and pilgrims are still allowed access to the underground church there. ... and many more! Welcome!