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14.04.13
Tanja33, Farmville, Virginia
If you are English speaking, there is a phenominal restaurant around the middle of Khreshchatyk Street right by the fountains. I wish I could remember the name. It is close to Marks and Spencers, you can sit inside or outside near the fountains. They have a lovely menu, in English as well as Ukrainian, the staff are very friendly and speak English well. The food is phenominal, especially the beef kebabs. There is sometimes live music nearby and it is a very pleasant place to take a stroll in the evenings.
11.04.13
Alexey Gordeychuk
Когда просто хочется прогуляться по Хрещатику!
06.04.13
Caris25, Париж, Франция
Khreschchatyk is a wide avenue with some superb, impressive buildings on both sides dominates the city of Kiev. It is mainly a commercial street with many government institutions, banks, restaurants on both sides. Many of the buildings architecture reminded me of similar buildings in Moscow and ofcourse of the Soviet times. As in most important key crossings in Kiev, pedestrians have to cross through tunnels under the main street junctions- an excellent obligatory excercise!
03.04.13
Вадим Дрозд
Всегда пугает бабушка которая раздает листовки в кунсткамеру
25.03.13
corrado m, Флоренция, Италия
una delle strade del lusso, con bei negozi, palazzi imponenti splendidamente illuminati....magari un po' troppo trafficata
24.03.13
Geostars, Тбилиси, Грузия
Очень рад что побывал на этой самой известной улице Киева. Просторная улица, красивые здания. Может летом лучше.
20.03.13
Lana S, Киев, Украина
In comparison with a lot of main streets in other european capitals you won't find anything very attractive on this street. Only few good shops and no good restaurant. And the soviet architecture is for gourmans.
20.03.13
celleo, Регион Оклэнд, Новая Зеландия
Measuring at a whopping 1.2km in length, Khreshchatyk (Metro station: Khreshchatyk) is the main street of the capital of Ukraine. It stretches from the European Square (Європейська Площа) through the Maidan (Independence Square) to Bessarabska Square (Бессарабська площа). Important buildings can be found on the street such as the Kyiv City Administration which houses all of the following departments: - the City Council- the State Administration - the Main Post Office- the Ministry of Agrarian Policy - the State Committee of Television and Radio BroadcastingFurthermore, significant buildings such as the Central Department Store and the Ukrainian House (not to be confused with the National Palace of Arts "Ukraina") can be found on the street as well. The literal meaning of Khreshchatyk is "crossroads" and it was built on an ancient spring ravine. This ravine still runs underground even to this day. During World War II, it was completely destroyed by the retreating Red Army whose policy was to "torch everything" when pulling back. The street was rebuilt in the neo-classical style of post-war Stalinist architecture. Today, it is the epitome of luxury where the upper-class can enjoy what is on offer. In 2010, it was included in the Top 20 most expensive shopping streets in Europe. However, the most interesting thing that bemuse visitors is that this landmark becomes a 100% pedestrian street during Saturdays and Sundays. In 2004, Khreshchatyk was one of the two battle grounds for protesters who supported the Orange Revolution. During this event, thousands of people marched along this street to the Maidan in protest of rigged Presidential elections. Nowadays, it is the place where supporters of the currently-imprisoned Opposition leader/former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko voice their descent towards the current government. Thirdly, there are many street performances given by bands and choirs when the Christmas season rolls along.
20.03.13
TripMember08192015, Лондон, Великобритания
Huge street with lots of top brand shops located here, a really nice walk, due to the length of this street and really nice to see the local stalls on the street selling, Ukrainian traditional food and crafts, it was the Ukrainian Christmas holidays when I was there, and there streets were alive with people and some very impressive Christmas lights.
19.03.13
fulietigers, Иокогама, Япония
まさにキエフを代表する大通り。広い通りの両サイドには、ブランドショップや観光スポットが点在している。昼も夜も賑やかで、それはここが旧ソビエトであったことを忘れさせる・・。休日は歩行者天国になるので、広い通りのど真ん中をぶらつくのも楽しい。
18.03.13
Shaiq K
No visit o Kiev can be complete without a visit to the Khreshchatyk Street. I visited Kiev during the Euro Cup when the street was closed for all vehicular traffic. The street is pretty wide with many top brands present on both side of the streets. On weekends the street is closed for all vehicular traffic and it becomes a pedestrian only street!
11.03.13
Yulia B, Кёльн, Германия
Побывать в Киеве и не пройти по улице Крещатик - невозможно. На ней и вокруг расположено много достопримечательностей, административных зданий, да и просто красивых домов =) (ну и конечно же много ресторанов и магазинов)
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