Exclusively throughout the year, Vamos Travel can arrange private guided city tours, which can range from 2 – 5 hours. If you would like a private guide at your disposal, to gain a deeper insight into Kyiv and to guarantee a fabulous sightseeing adventure then we suggest you add this to your enquiry form and contact Vamos Travel today.

Kiev’s most historical street is Andriyivsky Uzviz, or St Andrew’s Descent and it is one of the most visited streets in the capital. No short weekend break of Kiev will be complete, without walking along this ancient and winding stone street. Historically, the Andriyinsky Descent connected the governmental part of the UpperCity with the Podil, the LowerCity of merchants.

Today, Kyiv tourists will find the streets aligned with shops & galleries and it is a favourite place to pick up traditional gifts and holiday souvenirs. The Andriyinsky Descent is always thriving with activity and will be a real joy to explore. It’s definitely the right place to discover a deeper insight to Kyiv’s culture and historical roots. If you’re lucky, you’re short break to Kiev, will coincide with an open air concert or street festival.

Our little Kyiv city break tip is to take the cable car at the bottom of the hill, to save time and energy. Once at the top, don’t miss St Andrew’s Cathedral, one of the capital’s major tourist attractions. Andriyivsky Uzviz binds the past and the future; we highly recommend this landmark to be a priority travel discovery during your Kiev city break.