Our guides are erudite, sociable and very inquisitive young people who know a lot of interesting and tell you about the history and about the modern life of the city.
Even if you know about Kiev a lot of, we will be able to surprise you, to show and tell a lot of interesting and unusual.
We cooperate with tested transport companies and always choose comfortable transport for you.
We take into account all your wishes about time, route, topic and duration of the tour. We wholeheartedly for the personal approach to each tourist, and without it we do not imagine our business!
Let’s go to a small virtual tour to Podol, to Sagaidachnogo street and somewhere in the middle of the street let’s find the homestead facilities of Balabukhas, real pastry paradise of Kiev.
The most interesting tours in Kiev cannot avoid the Sophia Cathedral, the greatest monument of architecture and monumental painting of the Kievan Rus.
Tours in Kiev are often showing only the main sights, but often overlook small interesting historical streets. One of them is Pochainynska street in Podol.
This unusual monument is set at the foot of Vladimir uzvoz, which has always been a strategically important route for the city. This street connects two separate city centers: Pechersk and Podol. In the early twentieth century, Vladimir descent was called a Paved road. And everyone was clear about what was that. The point was that in Kiev there was only one paved road. The line of the first electric tram in the Russian Empire and the second in Europe was built on it.
A place of Kiev foundation is the heart of Kiev. It was here 15 centuries ago, where the city was founded. There is an ancient and beautiful legend. It says that the city was founded by 3 brothers: Kiy, Schek, Horyv and their younger sister Lybid. Personalities are, of course, semi-legendary, but the location of the city confirmed by many archaeological studies. Our guide will show and tell why the area was chosen quite suitable for the founding of the city.
Many tours to Kiev include inspection of Kiev-Mohyla Academy, one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Eastern Europe.