Useful information for your trip to Kiev (Kyiv)
Ukraine is enduring a third wave of the pandemic and has entered a stricter level of lockdown which will run until at least April 30th 2021. This will include no public transportation for the general public and all non-essential businesses are closed. On March 22nd 2021 the Ukrainian government introduced mandatory polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for foreigners travelling to Ukraine. Visitors to Ukraine can enter the country if they have insurance, and proof of a PCR test done less than 72 hours in advance. It is recommended you do not travel to Ukraine without a negative PCR test result.
Kiev (Kyiv) the capital city of Ukraine is a great short break destination. We offer you practical help and advice on sightseeing, money, security, accommodation, transport and inform you of the best restaurants, bars, best nightlife in Kiev and everything you need to know about visiting Kiev Ukraine 2021. Welcome and have a great trip!
IS IT SAFE IN KIEV
The war with Russia in the East of Ukraine and is more than 700 km away. You might see the occasional military personnel and public demonstration but that's about all. Statistically Kiev is one of the safest countries in Europe and life in Kyiv (Kiev) is as normal as any other capital city.
Ukraine can be described as having a continental influenced climate. Kiev has four distinct seasons: a cold winter, warm hot summer and a cool autumn and spring. High humidity during summer days can often make it feel hot and sticky so get a bottle of water to keep hydrated.
Internet access on mobile phones in Kiev and Ukraine is very cheap and reliable. Ukraine ranks 4th in the world for the cheapest mobile internet and data usage. In Kiev you won't have any problems finding free WiFi networks to connect to in bars and restaurants.
The national currency of the Ukraine is Hryvnia (UAH). US dollars and Euros are the most accepted currency to exchange in Ukraine. British sterling can also be exchanged at a more limited number of sites. Cloning credit cards is a common problem so extra care should be taken when using ATM's.
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Why Kiev is a Must-See Destination
Ukraine is the largest country in Europe and Kiev (Kyiv) the capital city of Ukraine is considered the best post-Soviet tourist destination in Eastern Europe. It is a city steeped in history, bursting with museums, art and culture. A city that is also modern, dynamic and that can boast some of the best restaurants, bars and nightlife in Europe.
Kiev (Kyiv) offers some big advantages over other European cities. Ukraine is not part of the EU and is a seriously affordable short break destination.
Come visit Kyiv before everyone else discovers Eastern Europe's best kept secret.
Sightseeing and What To See & Do in Kiev
Are you working on an itinerary for your trip to Ukraine? If you are, you’re in the right place! We’ve got the info that will help you plan the perfect trip and get the best out of your visit to Kiev (Kyiv). Kiev is a wonderful place to explore as there are so many amazing attractions in such achievable distances from each other. Go to the Sightseeing Page .for all the best sightseeing places in Kiev.
Covid - 19 In Ukraine. All You Need To Know
Can I Travel To Ukraine?
On March 22nd 2021 the Ukrainian government introduced mandatory polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for foreigners traveling to Ukraine. Visitors to Ukraine can enter the country if they have insurance, and proof of a PCR test done less than 72 hours in advance. It is recommended you do not travel to Ukraine without a negative PCR test result.
Visiting Kiev Ukraine as a tourist can be difficult if you are not prepared for the unexpected. Look out for " Hot Tips" across the site advising invaluable key help and information.
Is it Kyiv or Kyiv
Most visitors are more likely to be familiar with Kiev as the preferred spelling. The correct spelling is actually Kyiv. The name Kiev (Kyiv) originates from a fifth century medieval legend. It is said that the city was named after three brothers, Kie, Shceck and Horiv, and their sister Lybid. Ukrainians speak Ukrainian and Russian and most people in Kiev (Kyiv) under the age of 30 have at least a basic understanding of English. You will also find most menus and information signs in Kiev (Kyiv) have English translations.