A land of forests, small ponds and lakes, and even a tram line that takes you along its pine trees!Rent a bike and set off for green escape, only minutes away from busy Kyiv streets.Andriyivsky Uzviz is also famous for its art bazaar, and is bustling with art galleries, crafts shops and local artisans.Stroll along the street or take up a master class in one of Ukrainian crafts!
Pushcha – Vodycia is Kyiv’s by far most popular rest area.
Traveling to Ukraine and wondering about things to do in Kiev? It’s a city equally loyal to ‘babushka’s and newly-rich oligarchs on fancy jeeps, to quiet idyllic parks and bustling highways, to top-notch supermarkets and farmers’ bazaars, and to any traveler who approaches it with an open mind and a heart for adventures.
Your first impression of Kyiv is bound to be one of surprise.
Lonely Planet There are so many places to see and visit in Kyiv, that at times it is confusing for a visitor to choose the starting point.
At the same time, some of Kyiv’s best landmarks and activities are not in the traditional guide-books, though are dearly loved by locals.