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Free Tours start on Maidan(Independence Square) close to the Monument with Globe, on the same side of the Main Post office.

Look for the guide with a white Free Tours umbrella in front of the Central Post Office.

  • "Revolution Kyiv" Tour (duration: 1.15 hours). Daily at 10.30 am.
  • Discover the sights related to the Revolution of dignity around Independence square, Dynamo Stadium and hidden yards.

  • "Lavra Hills" Tour (duration: 2 hours). On Mondays and Saturdays at 11 am (from the 22nd of July).
  • Explore the important center of Eastern Orthodoxy - Kiev Pechersk Lavra, surrounded by the Park of Eternal Glory and Motherland statue sitting on Dnipro river hills.

  • "Ancient Kyiv" Tour (duration: 2.5 hours). Daily at 12 pm.
  • Includes Independence Square, St Michael’s Cathedral, St Andrew’s Church, St Sophia Cathedral, Golden Gates and Prorizna street.

  • "Undiscovered Kyiv" Tour (duration: 2 hours). On Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 pm.
  • See the less famous district of Kyiv with Opera house, St. Volodymyr's Cathedral and the red building of Shevchenko University.

  • "Modern Kyiv" Tour (duration: 2.5 hours). On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 4 pm.
  • Walk along Khreschatyk street and see such sights as the Arch of Friendship, Mariyinskiy Palace, National Bank of Ukraine, House of the President, National Theatre and famous House with Chimeras.

  • "Downtown Kyiv" Tour (duration: 2.5 hours). On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 pm.
  • Enjoy walking St.Andrews Street and Vozdvizhensky Quarter as well as Podil with its old squares and vivid nightlife.

Maidan Nezalezhnosti

Maidan Nezalezhnosti Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Ukrainian: Майдан Незалежності, literally: Independence Square) is the central square of Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine. One of the main city squares, it is located on the Khreschatyk Street. The square was known under many different names but it became prominent as simply the Maidan due to the political events that took place there in the recent years after the Ukrainian accession to independence.

Khreschatyk St

As an old saying goes: "a clever tongue will take you to Kyiv". And when you are in Kyiv you will never skip this beautiful street with the name Khreshatyk. It is about one mile long and is considered to be the widest, but the shortest comparing to other main streets of the world. First constructions appeared in 18th century, but only in 19th it became the main street of the city. In 1941 Khreshatyk was almost completely ruined, only a few pre-war structures survived. Gradually there arose majestic buildings of Stalin's Empire style, forming an impressive architectural ensemble.

St Michael's Cathedral

The first stone temple was laid here in 1108 by grand prince of Kyiv Sviatopolk. The church was crowned with a guilt dome that made it unique for those times, and the temple was called Golden-Domed. Through its century-old history, St Michael's Cathedral more than once suffered from natural calamities, attacks of invaders, survived several repairs and reconstruction. But a real misfortune happened in 1934 when it was demolished by Soviet government in order to build a grandiose governmental centre on this place. They failed with project but the harm was done and only in 1997 City Administration decided to revive the unique architectural monument, using the survived photographs, drawings and other sources.

Andriyvskiy Descent

Andriyvskiy Uzviz (Descent) is often called "the most Kyivan of all Kyiv streets" or "Kyivan Monmartre". Here is situated one of the most poetic churches - St. Andrew's Church; it was erected by Russian Queen Elizabeth the first to the design by prominent architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli. As to the street, located here are studios of painters, art galleries, rows of shops selling paintings and souvenirs. On this 700-metre-long street there are four museums such as: House-Museum of great Russian writer M. Bulgakov, One Street Museum, Studio-Museum of I. Kavaleridze (well-known sculptor) and astonishing "House of Richard the Lionheart". Generally, this beautiful masterpiece of architectural art will not leave indifferent even the greatest skeptics.

St Sophia Cathedral

St. Sophia Cathedral is the National Museum-Reserve, a historic and cultural monument of the world significance. According to different sources it was established in 1036 to glorify victory over Pecheneg's tribe, but there are still a lot of arguments between the greatest chronologists as to the exact date of foundation of Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv, as well as to who was the exact founder of the temple - Yaroslav the Wise or his father Volodymyr the Great. Being put on the UNESCO World Heritage List this beautiful pearl of Kyiv city gained worldwide recognition as a patrimony of Christianity and Kyiv Russ history.

Hedgehog in the Fog

"Every night little hedgehog used to visit his friend bear to count stars..." This is the beginning of thoughtful and awkward story about hedgehog that lost its way in the fog. Created in 1975 the cartoon at once claimed attention of international audience and film critics. 27 years after winning its first awards in 1976, it was claimed the best cartoon ever. Though the meaning is still controversial one of versions says that hedgehog symbolizes creative personality craving to find something new in its life, especially taking to account the fact that cartoon was created in Soviet Union.

Golden Gates Monument

The greatest of its kind 10 centuries ago, Golden Gate monument is not just a full-size replica of previous entrance to the city. Today it is a living resemblance of almighty Kyiv Rus Empire and unconquerable spirit of Kyivans. Originally built in eleventh century it was never destroyed from the front. And according to one of versions Gate was covered with gold-shining copper; maybe that is why it was called that way.

House with Chimeras

Masterpiece of original design and innovative architectural work, House with Chimeras attracts people from all over the world with its extraordinary shape (1901-03, architect W. Horodeckiy). Being located on the slope, this building is three-storeyed on the one side, and six-storeyed on the other. According to a legend, the architect made a bet that he would build a stable structure on this incline. And he won it due to a brilliant engineering solution: the foundation was made in the form of an inverted arch. Why innovative? As a matter of fact, more than 50% of edifice consists of cement - quite new material for that time.

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