KIEVE, UKRAINE : FIVE MUST-SEE PLACE TO VISIT

 

If you have never been to the city of Kiev in Ukraine, it is a beautiful city that can be a real joy to explore. However, when you are checking out the city and having fun, you should always make sure that you are safe. Here are some cool and safe things to do in Kiev.

1. See the Saint Sophia Cathedral

This architectural marvel is one of the most famous and iconic buildings in all of Kiev. This structure was created in the eleventh century and took roughly two full decades to build. It’s green and gold roofs and its white exterior give the Saint Sophia Cathedral a very distinct and beautiful look. This cathedral is the perfect site to see if you are looking to see some gorgeous architecture in Kiev. Both the exterior and the interior of this building are incredibly beautiful and are definitely worth seeing if you have the time on your trip.

2. Go to an Opera Show at the Ukrainian National Opera House

The Ukrainian National Opera House is another structure in Kiev that is incredibly beautiful and is worth seeing by itself. However, the opera shows that take place in this building are equally beautiful. If you are looking for some excellent local art and culture, then seeing an opera in this building should be at the top of your list. The Ukrainian National Opera House was constructed in the late 19th century, and has been in operation ever since. It is the home of the Kiev Opera Company, which is the 3rd oldest opera company in all of Ukraine.

3. Take a 3-hour Mural Art Guided Tour

Many people do not realize it, but Kiev is actually one of the top mural art cities in the world. In this respect, it is right up there with Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, and Berlin. In order to see some of the lovely and famous mural art in Kiev, you can take a 3-hour mural art guided tour. On this tour, a local guide will show you around the city and stop at famous murals so that you can see them and take pictures of and with them. The guide will also provide you with interesting facts and information while you walk from mural to mural.

4. Explore the Mykola Syadristy Microminiatures Museum

This museum is fascinating and is probably unlike any other museum that you have ever been to. Mykola is an artist from Kiev who creates very unique, tiny art. He was able to use his skill to create incredibly elaborate designs on extremely tiny structures. For example, one of the exhibits features a chess set on the head of a pin. If you have been sightseeing for a few days in Kiev and are looking for something that is a bit different and is a change of pace, then this is a great option for you. All of the attractions are viewable through special lenses so you will be able to see all of their intricate details in full view. You will probably leave this museum with a new respect for Mykola Syadristy, and Ukrainian art.

5. Take a 2-hour Guided Metro Tour

Kiev Metro tours are another fascinating way to behold the historic and rich culture of the city of Kiev. With a 2-hour guided metro tour, you and your friends or family will be able to see 8 different Soviet-era style metro stations in Kiev. These metro stations are very beautiful and show how attractive Kiev architecture and design can be. These tours are similar to the mural tours in that they can help you to get a better feel for and understanding of the soul of the city of Kiev. These tours are recommended if you would like to get a bit of exercise in addition to seeing some very cool sites.

Final thoughts

The city of Kiev is safe. However, it is always wise to take extra safety precautions. For example, you should avoid walking down dark alleys late at night by yourself. If you plan on doing sightseeing, then it is also wise to schedule tours with official tour companies instead of simply trying to recruit locals to be your guides. Kiev is also relatively close to the notorious Chernobyl site. This is where the famous nuclear meltdown occurred several decades ago. It may be tempting to go near the Chernobyl site for a sightseeing purposes, but it is still best to avoid Chernobyl, as it is still hazardous.

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