We want to share with you record of our Hot Seat webinar that was dedicated to accommodation in Kyiv.
Where To Stay During a Medical Travel: Best Kyiv Districts
Which district to choose is one of the most common questions our clients ask us before traveling to Kyiv.
Among the top districts are the following:
Shevchenkivskyi District – located at the heart of Kyiv. There are more than 828 historical monuments, 16 museums, 15 galleries as well as embassies and representations of more than 50 countries of the world. Also a huge number of cafes, restaurants and coffee shops.
Pecherskyi District – the cultural and administrative center of Kyiv. It also has a large number of theatres, cinemas, and libraries. It stretches from Khreshctyk Street and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) to the historical complex of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra and is a great walking route for tourists.
Bessarabka – a small neighborhood located between the Shevchenkivskyi and Pecherskyi Districts. It is best known for the Bessarabka Market, a foodie destination of Kyiv where you can shop alongside the locals and sample Ukrainian treats. Also, the district has a very convenient infrastructure, there are 3 metro stations around the Market.
Podil. The district is located on the banks of the Dnieper River and is close to such attractions as the Andriyivskyy Descent with St Andrew’s Church, and the Vozdvizhenska area nearby. The main advantage of this district is that it is quiet and close to the city center.
Holosiivskyi District – it is located on the right bank of the Dnieper River and is the largest of the top districts. There are a lot of architectural monuments and parks including Feofaniya Park, the Expo Center Park, and many others. Its infrastructure is extremely convenient, as there are seven (❗️) metro stations passing through the district.
To find out more about the transport interchange of Kyiv districts, which rental agency can definitely be trusted or what questions do you need to ask the manager to find the best apartment for you – register to attend our Hot Seat Wednesday.
The full recording you can watch here: