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Roland D, Лондон, Великобритания
I went here on two occasions. Perhaps it was because my first visit was on Ukranian National Day (24th August) that it had so much more. The second time had mainly tacky souvenirs. The first time had dozens of artisans selling their wares and I wish I had been in more of a shopping mood then as, inevitably, when I went back, I could not find the bowls I had been examining (about £6 for a handmade piece which you would probably pay at least £20 for in the UK). On both occasions, it did have a Portobello Road feel in that there were a number of stalls selling "antiques". The street also has several cafes and restaurants, the house of Bulgakov (the national author), St Andrew's Church and a theatre. The incline is quite steep so not for those with mobility problems.
LinaGorbach, Киев, Украина
Я родилась в Киеве и для меня Крещатик не сильно привлекательный город. Полно людей разных национальностей, грязно.
alicevarren, Вашингтон, Округ Колумбия
Khreshchatyk is always nice and slightly reminds me of Champs Elysees, Eastern European style. I especially like it on the weekend when it is blocked to traffic and people can walk around, listen to concerts, buy food from the various stalls, and shop for souvenirs here and there. There is the big controversy about the removal of the central fountains to make way for the underground mall. It is a similar ordeal in Paris with the Eiffel Tower, but in the end, it is what it is. I personally liked the fountains, but Khreshchatyk is still Khreshchatyk despite the modern crap. I would have liked to see less of the ridiculously expensive designer stores and million dollar condos and more public-accessed places like museums, cultural halls, etc. Khreshchatyk's present condition is indicative of the inequalities of the Ukrainian population, though. In the end, I like to walk around and people/building watch. It is especially lovely at night.
businessmanankara, Анкара, Турция
If you are waiting a street culture like bagdat street in İstanbul, İstiklal in İstanbul, Vi veneto in Rome, champs elyssee in Paris, 42. in NY or even La croissette in Cannes.....Do not over estimete:)Just an old Soviet Boulvard ...wide...and that's all.
Canadian_Albertan, Edmonton, Alberta
Every time our family comes to Ukraine, we make sure to visit it's capital Kyiv and it's main street Khreschatyk. The area around Майдан Незалежності (the Independence Square) is usually closed off, so only pedestrians can enjoy the street. One can see here various street performers, enjoy shopping at high quality stores, and of course don't forget to visit the Бесарабський ринок (The Bessarabian Market).
GlobeTrotter, Лондон, Великобритания
Lots of shops to peruse and shop from. The better restaurants are located parallel to or off Kreshchatyk, so try and vere off the main road to find some treasures.
Oxphos72, Гронинген, Нидерланды
This is the main street of Kiev, where you should be at day and at evening. All kind of shops (but particularly 'western-type') can be found. Food and drink is sold. In the week-ends the street is closed to cars so that it is transformed in a huge "quai" where people enjoy walking or roller-blading. Along the street you can also find people dancing, playing music or engaged in other forms of 'road-art' in order to attract tourists or simply gain a little money. Very typical - at least in this period - is the presence, along the street, of two big areas where supporters of the ruling party (i.e. Yanukovich) and opposition (i.e. Tymoshenko) gather to promote their agendas and gain supporters. You will hear speeches and music and see people gathering there.
OlciaP, Лодзь, Польша
Polecam spacerek po Kreszczatku, zwłaszcza w ładną pogodę w stronę Majdanu wieczorem.... miło :) Zreszta w okolicy znajduje się wiele ciekwych miejsc, do których warto rpzejść piechotą.
Rob L, Dubai
Lots of restaurant options along this street. You can wander around and look for anything from Georgian cuisine to American. It's also close to the tour boat terminal, so you can take a scenic cruise and then go out to dinner afterwards.
peterfloyd54, Аделаида-Хиллс, Австралия
This very long street contains a multitude of shops and restaurants, enough to please most people. But the fascination for me was the people watching which surely must be a national pastime! I spend several days at various times in the street, sometimes just passing through and at other times sipping coffee and enjoying Kiev at its best. Always changing but always interesting, Kheshchatyk Street is a fascinating look into the lives of Kiev residents and their culture. If you want to compare the height of high heels then this is shoe paradise! Kiev's best street is a cultural melting pot and I loved every visit! Don't miss it!
RichardThomas2001, Манама, Бахрейн
In the summer, it is a bit more interesting than in other seasons. Have a drink at Shato and watch the pretty girls walk by. Eat a pastry at a cafe in the Passazh and wash it down with alcohol-fortified espresso or fresh squeezed juice. Find the wizened oldtimer selling berries and pick yourself up some delicious berries in season: blueberries in June, raspberries and blackberries in July and August. Buy flowers for your Ukrainian date at the Bessarabian market. Go the the large bookstore just off the corner with the street Bogdana Khmelnitskogo (opposite side of the street from the state department store TsUM) and buy yourself a street map of Kiev and go explore the city. TsUM, currently closed for restoration, is not really worth visiting unless you need something basic like an umbrella. Skip the High Street clothing outlets on Khreschatik like Marks and Spencer and Mango - it is cheaper to shop in London, where you get better selection and variety as well.
ClouddancerNewport, Newport
This Street is a good shopping street during the week,and the underground mall beneath Victory Square is interesting,but the place really comes to life at the weekend,when traffic is banned.There are all sorts of entertainments,and the families of Kiev come out in force to enjoy them.Most are free.There is generally a large stage at the Victory Square end,with rock and pop performers,and frequently smaller stages.There are quite a few musicians and buskers playing the street,and troupes of dancers,both modern and traditional.There are lots of food tents,and street sellers,and men offering bets that you can't ride a bike whose handlebars work the wrong way round!( you can't...it's SO hard!).This ten lane wide street is full of fun and entertainment,and aside from the food,and some sellers,is mostly free.Its nice if you can donate a little,but no pressure.If you're in Kiev on holiday,the weekend here is not to be missed.Another tip....take a river boat for a trip down the Dnieper....great on a sunny day
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