5 Days
Mar – Oct

Kiev Calling

Kiev is the capital city of Ukraine, bisected by the Dnieper River and known for its religious architecture, secular monuments and history museums. The 11th-century Kiev Pechersk Lavra is a monastery and pilgrimage site encompassing several gold-domed churches. It’s known for its catacombs lined with the burial chambers of Orthodox monks, and a collection of gold objects from ancient Scythian times.

  • Hotel Stay
  • Transfers & Sight seeing in Pvt Vehicle
  • English Speaking Local Guide (on request)
  • 1 Ltr Mineral Water Bottle per pax
  • Toll & Parking etc
  • Monuments and Entry fees
  • Lunch, Snacks and other meals
  • Laundry, Phone calls for personal use
  • Tips
  • Usage or deviation other than mentioned itinerary.

Welcome to Kiev, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Russ and modern-day Ukraine! After clearing Customs and Immigration make your way through the terminal. Our local representative will greet you at the ‘meeting point’ at the exit and transfer you to your hotel check in and enjoy the remainder of the evening at leisure exploring the sights and sounds of Kiev.

Evening Boat curies with dinner and soft drinks back to the hotel and have a comfortable stay .

After breakfast we proceed for the tour which includes a visit to Vladimir’s Cathedral, the most prominent sacral painting complex of the late 19th century, decorated by world renowned artists. You will examine magnificent mosaics and frescoes at the St. Sophia Cathedral, the oldest temple in the Eastern Slavonic states an amazing architectural. It was built in the beginning of 11th century to glorify the victory of Prince Yaroslav the Wise over Pechenegs’ tribes. You will enjoy amazing views of two golden-domed monastery complexes while walking along the Sophiiska and Mykhailivska Squares. The tour continues to St. Andrew’s Church, a striking piece of baroque architecture from the 18th century, built according to the designs of well known architect B. Rastrelli on the top of Vladimir’s Hill. You will walk down to Andriivskyi Uzviz (Andriyivskyy Descent), is a major tourist attraction which starts from St. Andrew’s Church. It is a short street meandering down through the thick vegetation of Vladimir’s Hill and toward the picturesque Podil. Kiev’s most interesting sites are here including the castle of Richard the Lionheart and Numerous art galleries and shops of folk and applied art make this romantic street the cultural center of Kiev.

Later in the day we proceed to Pirogovo Museum is home to a national museum which exhibits the preserved culture of the Ukrainian people. Three hundred ancient rural hits that come from all over the country can be seen on the 370 acre outdoor museum. The majority of them are reconstructions. Huts, wooden churches, watermills and windmills, as well as objects like clothes and kitchen utensils dating back to the 17th century are put on display.

Evening at leisure and enjoy your comfortable stay.

Visit of the Kiev – Pechersk Cave monastery the monastery was set up in the mid 11th century A.D. It is one of the most ancient Eastern Slavonic monasteries. We will also visit the underground labyrinths of the caves where we can find the mummified bodies of monks. We will visit the Museum of Treasures, home to the rich Scythian Gold collection and collection of the Judaic ritual silver objects from the 18th to 20th centuries, and the Museum of Microminiatures. The reserve is situated on a picturesque hill and from the top of the Bell Tower, you will have opportunity to enjoy the view over the gold-domed monastery complex and marvelous banks of Dnipro river.

Evening at leisure and enjoy your comfortable stay at Kiev.

After breakfast we proceed for Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) is the city’s main square and one of the most popular places for meetings. On weekends the traffic is blocked on Khreschatyk Street and visitors can enjoy a pleasant walk down the middle of the street. Ukraine’s independence movement, from Moscow, began in this square when hundreds of university students went on a hunger strike in 1989, which led to the demise of the Communist Party in Ukraine. At that time stood a huge red marble statue of Lenin. When the statue was torn down, many of Kiev’s citizens took part in its demolition.

Independence Square is Kiev’s main square and one of the biggest and most interesting squares in Europe. It is composed of an eastern and western side with Khreschatyk running in between. The square’s center has glass domes, fountains and green spaces. In the summer, food and beer tents are set up towards the rear and souvenir and book sellers put up their tables along the side walkways.

Evening at leisure, free time for shopping and enjoy the night and have a comfortable stay.

Early breakfast at the hotel, check out and transfer to the airport with the life time memories of your vacation and unforgettable experience which you can share with your family and friends and cherish all your life.