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  • From Kiev: Chernobyl and Pripyat Full-Day Group Tour

    1. From Kiev: Chernobyl and Pripyat Full-Day Group Tour

    Depart Kiev in the morning and journey towards the Chernobyl exclusion zone to clear the passport control. Walk around the site of the devastating nuclear accident and see important monuments such as the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Reactor 4. Feed the giant catfish in the cooling water pond, and then enjoy a lunch of 100% clean produce in a genuine canteen from the Soviet era. Visit one of the secret stations in the ghost town of Pripyat, opened to tourism following the success of computer games such as S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. Take photos of the abandoned buildings and post-apocalyptic landscapes and keep a look out for wild animals wandering the deserted streets. Separate the truth from the myths about the 1986 disaster and learn more about its devastating impact on world history.

    We choosed English group but we were with Russians or Ukrainians. Unfortunately all descriptions were a litle bit short because of multilanguages group. We expected that English discriptions would be more.

  • Chernobyl and Prypiat Private Day Tour from Kiev

    2. Chernobyl and Prypiat Private Day Tour from Kiev

    Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Kiev, and then journey to the site of one of the world's worst nuclear accidents to explore Chernobyl and the abandoned town of Pripyat in complete safety. Create your own itinerary of the poignant attraction and see only what you want on a fully personalized experience. Get access to the Exclusion Zone of the decommissioned Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, built by the USSR military soon after the disaster in 1986. See the remains of the nuclear reactors and the abandoned buildings of the ghost town of Pripyat. Discover the site of the secret Duga radar system, and visit the New Safe Confinement structure, built to contain the remains of reactor No. 4. Talk to some of the people that now live in the exclusion zone and get more information than you could ever get on the internet!

    We had a private tour with Constantine, couldn’t have asked for a better more informative and friendly tour guide, life changing experience that Constantine was a major part of, got everything we came for and were greeted with water bottles and hand wipes just in case. 100% recommend once this whole corona-virus is over.

  • From Kiev: Private Shooting Range Tour

    3. From Kiev: Private Shooting Range Tour

    Immerse yourself in the world of weapons with a visit to a shooting range outside Kiev. After getting picked up from your hotel, travel to the shooting range where you will meet your instructor and listen to a quick safety briefing. Depending on your chosen option, get the opportunity to shoot between 20 and 80 rounds. Experience the thrill of firearms such as the AK-47, Shotgun pump action, Glock 17, Steyg AUG sniper rifle, and Beretta 92 FS. Simply select the package which best meets your needs and get ready for a thrilling adventure. It is possible to purchase additional shots from the weapon you like directly at the shooting range for an extra fee. After a fascinating experience, get dropped off back at your hotel in Kiev.

  • From Kiev: Full-Day Trip to Sofiivka Park in Uman

    4. From Kiev: Full-Day Trip to Sofiivka Park in Uman

    Once you meet your guide at your hotel, you’ll start the journey to Uman located 213 kilometers south of Kiev. During this 3-hour drive, enjoy the picturesque landscape along the route as well as learn many interesting facts about Ukraine from your guide. When you arrive to the marvelous Sofiivka Park created in the beginning of the 19th-century, you’ll have a cheerful walking tour of its spacious territory. This park has an interesting story because it was as a gift from the Polish Count Stanislaw Potocki to his beloved wife Sofia. The designers of the park were inspired by the Greek poems the Iliad and the Odyssey and you will discover these motives in the decoration of the park. Strolling around the park, you will see the statues of Greek gods, cross the shaded alleys and discover beautiful lakes with fountains. Your guide will show you an enigmatic grotto, where yo...

    Our tour guide was Sergii, he was very knowledgeable and spoke very good English. Sofiievka Park in Uman is a beautiful place, surrounded by nature and mythology. Our guide at the park was also very informative and gave us a good tour and details of mythology. Two black swans were also in the park. Enjoyed very much this trip and would recommend to others looking for Ukrainian cultural experience. This company also does other tours as well. Sergio our guide was accommodating and hospitable with good conversation. Thanks again. Best.

  • Private Tour to Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

    5. Private Tour to Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

    Meet your local guide at your hotel and set off on a fascinating tour to the Pirogovo Museum. On this tour, you will learn interesting facts about the life of Ukrainian rural people in the XVI-XX centuries and discover houses they lived in. Once you arrive at the museum, you will walk through the winding paths and admire the beauty of the genuine Ukrainian village. You will explore the various authentic houses surrounded with picturesque yards. Your guide will explain how a thatched roof is made. You will also see an old parish school and discover what subjects children studied in those days. One of the highlights of the museum is a wooden church of the XVIII century with a gorgeous iconostasis. Moreover, there are some windmills on a hill that look fantastic. You can meet local artisans and craftsmen at the museum. They sell hand-made souvenirs, embroidered shirts, pottery etc. In yo...

  • Kiev: Mezhyhirya Residence Private Tour

    6. Kiev: Mezhyhirya Residence Private Tour

    Discover the opulence of the Mezhyhirya residence on a private guided tour. Once a state residence dating back to the Soviet era, the 140-hectare complex is now a museum featuring some of the most expensive items collected by its most recent resident, President Viktor Yanukovych.  Visit the famous “Honka”, the world’s largest wooden palace. Note the expensive materials used to decorate its interior. See many highly expensive items such as golden chandeliers, a music box that costs $0.5 million, a flower pot decorated with snakeskin, and a Steinway and Sons piano. See a restaurant in the replica of the Spanish galleon with gold leaves, marble, and crystal. Also visit the cryogenic sauna, an oxygen chamber, and an artificial salt cave in one of the most extravagant spas you are likely to see. Explore a museum of retro cars, Soviet limousines, and even military equipment.  On the grounds ...

    Igor was perfectly able to guide me through not just the contours of Yanukovich's ill-gotten palace, but the recent social history of Ukraine since its independence. I would greatly recommend the tour, while also recommending doing it closer to the middle to the day, unlike foolish me who booked late and was unable to do several things because they were closed. But getting into the mansion itself is more than enough to understand the warped, kleptocratic man who once ruled Ukraine.

  • Kiev: City Discovery Game

    7. Kiev: City Discovery Game

    Imagine an outdoor escape room where you can discover Kiev's history and hidden secrets using just your phone. Solve riddles to unlock stories, information and local recommendations as you explore the city in an unconventional manner. Begin your challenge at the Golden Gates of Kiev and solve your first riddle in order to advance to the next location. You'll have to solve a total of 13 riddles in order to discover highlights such as The Square of Maidan and the gorgeous St.Sophia Cathedral, as well as street art, mysterious birds and a novel hedgehog statue. Discover spots in Kyiv that most locals don’t even know and see the most popular sights from a different angle, learning about fascinating local history, legends and curious statues that will bring the city of Kiev to life for you. 

    great tour, nicely put together by including local sights and statues. need internet connection to do the tour

  • NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium Guided Tour

    8. NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium Guided Tour

    This tour is a must-do for all football fans. After your driver picks you up at your hotel, you’ll arrive at the Olympiyskiy Stadium where an entertaining tour will start. Olympic Stadium in Kiev is one of the top attractions of the city, and has hosted numerous important games involving the Ukraine national football team and Dynamo Kyiv. The final game of the UEFA Euro 2012 took place here, and the final of the UEFA Champions League 2018 will take place here. The stadium was officially opened in 1923 and has been reconstructed several times. Today, Olimpiyskiy Stadium can accommodate about 70,000 fans, making it one of the largest football arenas in Europe. The standard option offers you an interesting and informative 40-minute small-group tour with a friendly guide. You will discover many facts about the stadium’s history and the famous people who played there, including Andriy Shevch...

  • Kiev: Poltava City Tour by Intercity Train with Museum Visit

    9. Kiev: Poltava City Tour by Intercity Train with Museum Visit

    Take a 3-hour journey from Kiev to Poltava by highspeed train. Once in Poltava, meet your local guide and enjoy a 3-hour sightseeing city tour. Visit the historical part of the city, the Ivanova Mountain, known as the White Rotunda. Enjoy picturesque city views from the observation deck. Take a photo with the famous Dumpling Monument. Next, the romantic Round Square and Corpusniy Garden founded in the 19th century. In the center of the garden and Round Square, see the Glory Monument, dedicated to the anniversary of the victory in the Battle of Poltava. Another must-see tourist attraction is the beautiful building of the Former Peasants Bank. It's famous for the unique figures of firebirds on the façade. After your sightseeing tour, enjoy some free time for shopping and lunch. For the second part of the day, you can choose to visit one of the three museums: • Poltava Museum of Local Lo...

  • Kiev: Nuclear Missile Base Tour

    10. Kiev: Nuclear Missile Base Tour

    Your tour to the Museum of Missile Forces will last approximately three hours. During this time, you will learn how the base was founded, as well as hear many interesting facts. You will view the principal sights of the Museum, and have time to walk around, pose for photos and chat with former service personnel. If needed, your tour company can also provide you with a local English-speaking guide. The Nuclear War was an ever-present threat only a few decades ago. When you visit the Museum of Missile Forces, you will access the very Sanctuary of Soviet military might, the most classified location in the former USSR from which nuclear war could have started. Throughout your tour you will encounter the museum’s exhibit halls (which house displays devoted to World War II and the Cold War), the RS-20 “Voivod” Rocket, (also known as the SS-18 “Satan”), the Underground Command Center, and th...

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What people are saying about Kiev

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 60 reviews

Igor was perfectly able to guide me through not just the contours of Yanukovich's ill-gotten palace, but the recent social history of Ukraine since its independence. I would greatly recommend the tour, while also recommending doing it closer to the middle to the day, unlike foolish me who booked late and was unable to do several things because they were closed. But getting into the mansion itself is more than enough to understand the warped, kleptocratic man who once ruled Ukraine.

It was very nice to visit Chernobyl with this company. Everything has been professionally prepared. The guide told us a lot about the place, showed several hot spots. The trip itself lasted from 8:00 to 20:00. The downside of the trip was the combination of two groups: ENG and RUS, so we lost our time listening to the same stories twice. Better to choose only the English version. Prepare that is not allowed to entry buildings, so urbex is off

This was amazing, everything was perfect. The transport, the visit, nothing to say, very professional a 10/10. I had the chance to have two wonderful guide Dima and Alyona they were perfect and knew everything about anything. Perfect experience i would never forget it i 100% recommend this agency.

It was very cool, many places visited. The tour guide was very interesting

it was awesome, and the guide (Kate) made it even better