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It is not possible not to see Maidan Square.
As it is :- so important for Ukrainian people
- so centrally located where Metro 1 and 2 cross
- where Chreszczatik Blvd has its central point
- as it hosts nearby traditional Ukraina Hotel from...More
Just walking around this area is an activity, a lot of restaurants, cafes , bars ,and the underground Mall, you will find everything you need, also metro stations, you can go wherever you want from here.
Nice area to walk about and take in the views/atmosphere. You can get onto a roof/viewing platform which gives nice views of the area (especially nice at sunset). Very busy are for traffic and footfall. Mall under the square which can be accessed via a...More
This has been a meeting place since the 10th century and the frequent site of dissent or protest, most recently during the revolution of 2013/14 when over 100 protesters lost their lives. The square has something for everyone. There are monuments, fountains, and lots of...More
Nice area with lots of restaurants around.lots of small stalls selling good cheap souvenirs. Beware of people dressed up or with animals such as doves, horses and monkeys will charge you for a photo, and ask for any amount they think might be possible.
If you ever come across people in cartoon characters, beware!!!! We had a terrible experience and could never like to even make our Kiev trip something to remember in our travel diaries. They came from no where and started dancing and asking us to pose...More
The experience in the square can be divided into two. For those who understand what happened in 2013 and who did not.
I happened to look for something to see in Netflix and I happened to see a record of the coercion that the Ukrainian...More