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From Kyiv: Chernobyl and Pripyat Full-Day Group Tour

1. From Kyiv: Chernobyl and Pripyat Full-Day Group Tour

Depart Kyiv in the morning and journey towards the Chernobyl exclusion zone to clear the passport control. Walk around the site of the devastating nuclear accident and see important monuments such as the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Reactor 4. Feed the giant catfish in the cooling water pond, and then enjoy a lunch of 100% clean produce in a genuine canteen from the Soviet era. Visit one of the secret stations in the ghost town of Pripyat, opened to tourism following the success of computer games such as S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. Take photos of the abandoned buildings and post-apocalyptic landscapes and keep a lookout for wild animals wandering the deserted streets. Separate the truth from the myths about the 1986 disaster and learn more about its devastating impact on world history.

From Kyiv: Chernobyl and Prypiat Private Day Tour

2. From Kyiv: Chernobyl and Prypiat Private Day Tour

Benefit from pickup at your hotel in Kyiv, and then journey by van to the site of one of the world's worst nuclear accidents to explore Chernobyl and the abandoned town of Pripyat in complete safety. Create your own itinerary of the poignant attraction and see only what you want on a fully personalized experience. Get access to the Exclusion Zone of the decommissioned Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, built by the USSR military soon after the disaster in 1986. See the remains of the nuclear reactors and the abandoned buildings of the ghost town of Pripyat. Discover the site of the secret Duga radar system, and visit the New Safe Confinement structure, built to contain the remains of reactor No. 4. Talk to some of the people that now live in the exclusion zone and get more information than you could ever get on the internet.

Kyiv: Round Trip to the Tunnel of Love and Tarakaniv Fort

3. Kyiv: Round Trip to the Tunnel of Love and Tarakaniv Fort

You are invited on an exciting and memorable trip to the stunning Tunnel of Love in the Klevan, Rivne region. This place is famous all over the world for its romantic ambiance and incredible beauty. By choosing a private round trip transfer from Kyiv to the Tunnel of Love, you will receive a high-class service for an excellent price. In the morning, your driver will pick you up at your hotel or apartment in Kyiv and you will set off on a joyful trip. Two options of the transfer: 1. Kyiv – Tunnel of Love – Kyiv Tunnel of Love is located 350 kilometers from Kyiv and the road there takes approximately 4-hours. Once you arrive to this fairytale place, have free time there to walk through the magic leafy tunnel and take fantastic photos. If you are lucky, you can even see the train that passes through the tunnel. After that, your driver will take you back to Kyiv. You can make stops at the comfortable gas stations along the route to buy coffee or snack. 2. Kyiv – Tunnel of Love – Tarakaniv Fort – Kyiv Tarakaniv Fort is another sight worth visiting in Western Ukraine that attracts adventurous travelers. This is a desolated fortification complex located 70 kilometers from the Tunnel of Love. Your driver will take you there after the Tunnel of Love and you can explore the scenic labyrinths and winding stone galleries of the fort. After that, a return trip to Kyiv will start and the driver will drop you off at your hotel in Kyiv at the end of the tour.

From Kyiv: Private Shooting Range Tour

4. From Kyiv: Private Shooting Range Tour

Immerse yourself in the world of weapons with a visit to a shooting range in Kyiv. After getting picked up from your hotel, travel to the shooting range where you will meet your instructor and listen to a quick safety briefing. Depending on your chosen option, get the opportunity to shoot between 20 and 80 rounds. Experience the thrill of firearms such as the AK-47, Shotgun pump-action, Glock 17, Steyg AUG sniper rifle, and Beretta 92 FS. Simply select the package which best meets your needs and get ready for a thrilling adventure. It is possible to purchase additional shots from the weapon you like directly at the shooting range for an extra fee. After a fascinating experience, get dropped off back at your hotel in Kyiv.

Kyiv: Sporting Legends Tour

5. Kyiv: Sporting Legends Tour

Immerse yourself in Kyiv's sports culture on this tour that will take you to some of the city's best-known sporting addresses. First, head to the NSC Olimpiiskyi stadium, where the Euro 2012 matches were held, and walk the same route that football players take before entering the field. Sit in a coaching box, visit the footballer's locker rooms and even go for a jog on the field track. Later, visit the museum of the Klitschko brothers, Ukraine's boxing legends, and enjoy exclusive access to restricted areas of the museum. Learn more about the life of these brothers and how they became world boxing champions. See their shoes and robes, admire their impressive medals and belts and even see the ring where one of their victories took place. Destress at the end of your tour by having a go on the brothers' own punching bag before watching a multimedia show dedicated to their lives.

Kyiv: Private Tour to Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

6. Kyiv: Private Tour to Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

Meet your local guide at your hotel and set off on a fascinating tour to the Pirogovo Museum. On this tour, you will learn interesting facts about the life of Ukrainian rural people in the XVI-XX centuries and discover houses they lived in. Once you arrive at the museum, you will walk through the winding paths and admire the beauty of the genuine Ukrainian village. You will explore the various authentic houses surrounded with picturesque yards. Your guide will explain how a thatched roof is made. You will also see an old parish school and discover what subjects children studied in those days. One of the highlights of the museum is a wooden church of the XVIII century with a gorgeous iconostasis. Moreover, there are some windmills on a hill that look fantastic. You can meet local artisans and craftsmen at the museum. They sell hand-made souvenirs, embroidered shirts, pottery etc. In your spare time, you may taste delicious local dishes at one of the numerous cafes. A visit of Pirogovo Museum brings plenty of positive emotions and is a great choice for all who wants to know better the traditions of Ukraine. In the end of this tour, the driver will take you back to your hotel.  

From Kyiv: Full-Day Trip to Sofiivka Park in Uman

7. From Kyiv: Full-Day Trip to Sofiivka Park in Uman

Once you meet your guide at your hotel, you’ll start the journey to Uman located 213 kilometers south of Kyiv. During this 3-hour drive, enjoy the picturesque landscape along the route as well as learn many interesting facts about Ukraine from your guide. When you arrive at the marvelous Sofiivka Park created at the beginning of the 19th-century, you’ll have a cheerful walking tour of its spacious territory. This park has an interesting story because it was a gift from the Polish Count Stanislaw Potocki to his beloved wife Sofia. The designers of the park were inspired by the Greek poems the Iliad and the Odyssey and you will discover these motives in the decoration of the park. Strolling around the park, you will see the statues of Greek gods, cross the shaded alleys and discover beautiful lakes with fountains. Your guide will show you an enigmatic grotto, where you can make a wish that will definitely come true. During your free time in the park, take a boat trip on the underground river (optional, for an additional fee). After the tour in the park, you’ll start your return journey back to Kyiv. You may have lunch in one of the restaurants near Uman (optional, own expense). Arrive back in Kyiv in the evening and your driver will drop you off at your hotel or apartment.

Kyiv: Museum of History of Ukraine Private Guided Tour

8. Kyiv: Museum of History of Ukraine Private Guided Tour

Meet your guide in front of the main entrance to the Museum of History of Ukraine and start a comprehensive 45-minute tour. This museum was built in the middle of the 20th century and houses over 800 thousand historical and cultural objects. The museum consists of over 30 exhibition halls, dedicated to different historical periods. Starting from the ancient history and Early Iron Age, the exposition follows to the period of early Slavs and then to the Kyivan Rus. Later, you will discover the halls representing Ukraine in the middle ages and 19th-20th century and finally learn about the present days. The unique collection of the Museum of History of Ukraine acquaints the visitors with different aspect of Ukrainian history. The displays of ancient ceramics and ancient weapon are especially notable. If you are interested in history, this tour is a perfect choice for you.  

Kyiv: Former Soviet Ballistic Missile Base Tour

9. Kyiv: Former Soviet Ballistic Missile Base Tour

ICBM base consisted of 9 groups of launching facilities equipped with intercontinental ballistic missiles. In the housing estate there were at one time 22 military units and sub-units located in the barracks, dining rooms, training corps, classrooms and more. However, since 2002 the missle force base has been a museum which you are free to explore! The highlight of the trip is a descent 33 meters down to the bottom of the Unified Launch Control Center. There you can take an underground corridor to the massive doors which lead to a 12-story self-contained silo Command Post which could function sealed from the outside world for a whole 45 days. You will also be able to sit in the command seat and experience what Soviet officers might've felt like during the Cold War, being in charge of nine missiles. You can even touch the button that could cause a catastrophe if pressed a mere 18 years ago. Look inside SS-18 'Satan' Intercontinental Ballistic Missile - equipped with up to 10 warheads, which used to give the Soviet Union "first strike" advantage over the U.S. and now is part of this unique tour experience.

Kyiv: Mezhyhirya Residence Private Tour

10. Kyiv: Mezhyhirya Residence Private Tour

Discover the opulence of the Mezhyhirya residence on a private guided tour. Once a state residence dating back to the Soviet era, the 140-hectare complex is now a museum featuring some of the most expensive items collected by its most recent resident, President Viktor Yanukovych.  Visit the famous “Honka”, the world’s largest wooden palace. Note the expensive materials used to decorate its interior. See many highly expensive items such as golden chandeliers, a music box that costs $0.5 million, a flower pot decorated with snakeskin, and a Steinway and Sons piano. See a restaurant in the replica of the Spanish galleon with gold leaves, marble, and crystal. Also visit the cryogenic sauna, an oxygen chamber, and an artificial salt cave in one of the most extravagant spas you are likely to see. Explore a museum of retro cars, Soviet limousines, and even military equipment.  On the grounds visit a pond with a variety of exotic fish and the zoo with exotic birds and animals including the American rhea, Australian emu, and kangaroo. There is also a training center for elite dogs including the Chinese mastiff, the most expensive dog breed in the world. See many exotic trees, bushes, and flowers.


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What people are saying about Kyiv

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4.9 / 5

based on 60 reviews

Very interesting tour, and the guide Johnny, was very entertaining and told lots of stories, combined with facts about the accident.

Once in a lifetime experience literally. Thanks for the company to give us the chance to visit these places. A town frozen in time.

The tour was excellent! The tour guide was very kind and professional, I really recommend this tour, must do!

The tour guide was amazing, really friendly and knowledgeable. She made the day just wonderful!

Wonderful tour of Kiev. My guide Slava was fantastic. Highly recommended.