Breakfast in the hotel.
Excursion "Picturesque Pechersk". Pechersk is the golden region of Kyiv. Here are built the most respectable houses and first-class restaurants in Kyiv. Here are the buildings of the highest bodies of power of Ukraine: the Verkhovna Rada, the Cabinet of Ministers, the Presidential Administration. But was it always so? Our trip will begin with the International Center of Culture and Arts, where once there was the Institute of Noble Maidens, and the beautiful building of the National Bank of Ukraine. On the way, the Chocolate House, owned by sugar magnates, will meet us with its really sweet walls. And, of course, it is impossible to pass by the most bizarre house in Kyiv - Houses with chimeras.
Time for lunch. After lunch, strolling along the wonderful streets of Kyiv, we head to the Kyiv-Pechersky Lavra.
Excursion to the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra is a UNESCO monument and one of the main sights of the city in Kyiv. This monastery was the center of spirituality for Orthodox Christians for centuries, a repository of wisdom and chronicles, a holy place where pilgrims came to touch the most holy objects. Founded in 1051, the monastery is visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world every year.
In Lavra you will also visit the Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, where works of artists embody the history of the country from the ancient Scythian and Sarmatian tribes to the present day.
The Museum of Micro-Art of Nikolai Syadristy - his art and technique of microminiatures challenge the imagination and human potential.
In free time, we suggest you visit the Museum of Ukrainian Nation Making.
The first innovative museum of Ukrainian history, where the past is combined with modern technologies. It was created a state-of-the-art museum in which the glorious chapters of our history come to life. It will take you only 1,5-2 hours to get acquainted with the centuries-old history of the Ukrainian nation. You will see 25 exhibits featuring historic scenes with absolutely realistic 3-D figures of national heroes — kings, hetmans, military leaders, scholars, artists and sportsmen.
Each installation has interactive audio and video content as well as special effects, that immerse the visitor into the atmosphere of the respective era and, of course, media - guides in 8 languages.