Kyiv Tour (4 days, 3 nights)
During the first day of the tour you will visit the National Kiev-Pechersk Caves’ Monastery Historical and Cultural Reserve. This monastery was founded in XIth century. It is one of the most ancient monasteries on the territory of Eastern Europe. You will visit underground caves with mummies of monks, Museum of Treasures displaying the rich Scythian Gold collection and collection of the Judaic ritual silver objects XVIII-XX c, Museum of Microminiature.
Afterwards you will visit the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide wich is a state museum that preserves the memory of Holodomor victims and highlights the history of the genocide of the Ukrainian nation in 1932-1933. The museum is a center of commemoration of millions of Ukrainians killed during Holodomor.
You will also visit the Church of the Saviour at Berestovo (Yuri Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow, had been buried here). Then you will have a walk in Mariyinsky Park with its lookout point wich offers a wonderful view of the city. You will see the Parliament and the Cabinet of Ministers.
During day 2 of the tour you will discover the pages of history of Kyivan Rus and see the monuments of the Old City.
National Conservation area Sophia of Kyiv. St. Sophia Cathedral, Holy Wisdom of God Cathedral, St. Sophia in Kyiv is a Christian cathedral in the center of Kyiv. It is a monument of Ukrainian architecture and monumental painting of the second decade of the 11th (1011–1018). This is one of the few surviving buildings of the Kyivan Rus’ time. This is one of the most important Christian shrines in Western Europe, the historical center of Kyiv Metropolis.
Golden Gate, one of the symbols of Kyiv built in XXI century.
St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery
The Church of the Tithes or Church of the Dormition of the Virgin
St. Andrew’s Descent, cable car of Kyiv, St. Vladimir’s Hill, the St. Vladimir monument
(Vladimir the Great), “Glass Bridge”
National Opera of Ukraine.
The visit to the memorial complex the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War. It is one of the largest museums in Ukraine (over 300 thousand exhibits) centered on the now famous 62-meter tall Motherland statue, which has become one of the best recognized landmarks of Kyiv.
Monument to the founders of Kyiv
National Art Museum of Ukraine
Walking tour in Podil, the old lower city part.
Breakfast, free time, transfer to the airport
Price 460-600 euros per person
Price depends on quantity of people in the group and the language of the tour
Price is indicated per tour per 1 person for accommodation in double room.
Accommodation in single room is upon request.
Tour price includes: Transfer from and to the airport, transport and guide services on the route, hotel accommodation (two nights), 3 meals a day, excursions, entrance tickets to museums and theater.
The price does not include: the cost of the flight, insurance, additional entertainments.