We, locals, love official holidays in Ukraine. Days off, good food, drinks and wonderful women (because who rule the world? – girls!) Last one is important component of every good party, but it’s a must have component, if we’re talking about International Women’s Day. So where to celebrate this holiday, if you happen to be in Kyiv on 8th of March (or one more cool Friday night in Kyiv, if you are not into celebrating)?
Sit comfortably, please (even if you’re reading this in a packed metro while sitting with your ass on somebody’s face), and measure your level of irony and sarcasm – if that’s high enough, keep on reading.
So you are in Kyiv and actively proving that it is the cheapest European capital by constantly investing in bars, restaurants, clubs, making new haircut or totally changing your style? Good for you, but leave some of your investments for shopping.
Being a private guide in Kyiv does not mean just to spend a couple of hours on a walking tour. It’s a serious management job. One of the guide’s tasks is politely answering guest’s questions.
Not to turn myself into Info-point or Ms. Google, I decided to gather the most popular questions about Kyiv at one place. Something I can send to my guests even before they think about asking a question.
So here you go – from “is Kyiv safe” to “can I marry 2 girls in Kyiv”. Ain’t no joke.
I bet you all know how to be grateful polite guests every guide will fall in love with.But just in case you decide that your guide is living a very nice stress-free life, why not bringing some rain on that parade? So here is an ultimate tutorial on how to piss off a guide (and never make it to the walking tour).
When in Kyiv, learn to do cheers in Ukrainian way. Here are some of my favorite bars in Kyiv. Make sure to check out. Bud’mo!