Perlyna Dnipra

Nikolsky-Slobodskaya 1, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Голосіївських area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Defenders of Motherland Celebrate Orthodox Easter

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 19, 2014

3 comments, 25 photos

... food that they present to the priests to be blessed. Some of these gorgeous cathedrals are replicas of the originals which were destroyed by the Soviets. Others are very old and quite small. The most ornate is currently being built at Kiev Pechersk Monastery, and we are able to climb up to the choir loft and look down on the crowds below.

We learn from our guide that people here ...

I Don't Understand!

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on May 23, 2013

1 comment

That's pretty much what sums up my feelings about my first day in Ukraine...I don't understand!

Well, first of all when I arrived in Kiev after a two long flights from Charlotte and one long layover in Munich, I had to search frantically for my luggage. Finally finding it, I then had to search for the currency exchange office, only finding out it was closed for some reason. ...

Caviar tasting time!

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 21, 2012

2 photos

... a baptism AND an authentic Ukrainian marriage. The young couple were decked out in their finest attire as were all of their friends and relatives. Worth seeing.

In the evening we had a great meal at Shato (Wato) Chicken Keiv with mash potato and peas. Need to say that lasted no more 10 mins on my plate.

Summing up the first full day in Kiev - Great place, buildings and people.


A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


... chance to show it to the world." We chat a little strolling around a reflecting pool, and when she finds out I'm a musician she exclaims "You must go to the opera house!" She pulls out the schedule from her purse, and I impress her by reading that tonight's show is Mozart's "Figaro," even though the whole program is in Cyrillic. I reassure her I speak no Russian, and we head back to the top of the square. After a couple more museum recommendations, she's off in a flurry of energy, ...

Camp Sweden!

A travel blog entry by krosell on Jun 10, 2012

2 comments, 70 photos

... very long. We were all tired, hot, hungry and thirsty, so we set out to find food.

Hiking up a mountain into the main city really made the shady restaurant and cold beer worth it. The ice cream at the end was the best part, except for the dead fly I had to pull out of the whipped cream.

There was no football games at this time, so we did a little sightseeing. We hiked up yet another hill to see some of the famous orthodox churches of this area of the world. ...