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Guide in Kiev

by jdgebutch

my wife and I will be i Kiev from Sept 3rd thru 7th, 2010, and need an english speaking guide for a day to show us the sites. Any suggestion
Milton

Re: Guide in Kiev

by taurean_traveller

Check your email,I have sent some info

Re: Guide in Kiev

by davidperryman

If you would like an English speaking guide I can recommend Elena she speaks fluent English and lives in Kiev. I have met her several times and also kept in touch with her so I can recommend her highly. email me (dgperryman@hotmail.com)and I will give you her contact details and phone number.

Re: Guide in Kiev

by Olga_wiki

Check out also our free tours in Kyiv at www.freetours.kiev.ua You can also choose individual tours you like. Our guides are young and friendly. I personally can be your guide.

Re: Guide in Kiev

by plainnuts

this is the second time I have heard about the free tours in Kiev. I guess I will have to give them a try in September. there is also what is called red bus tours its a double decker like they have in England. I am not sure where they are located but you can check Kiev post for information.

Re: Guide in Kiev

by Razzal

I have a friend in Kiev, who is aviable weekends, and evening...she speaks fluent Eng .. The rate she charges me, is 8hr .. I have a back up also, who charges $7hr. both a warm and friendly.. there aviable weekends, and eve.
write ap6797@yahoo.com ... subject assistance kiev,if interested

A.

Re: Guide in Kiev

by kozuxa

Milton, I'd like to be your guide. I'll show you Kiev from the inside ( not only wellknown places). As I live in center I can spend more time with you to show as much as I can.
I sent you my coordinates to e-mail.
Anna

Re: Guide in Kiev

by go2anna

Guys, you may find this helpful
Kyiv(Kiev) Travel Guide Ebook www.kiev-guide.info

Travel Tips for Kiev

awesome city with awesome girls.........:)))

by flavoredtoothpaste

So, since i was born in the Ukraine, why not write a little about Kiev, the capital. I have been to Kiev numerous times and everytime i find new places to go to. There are awesome shopping malls, restaurants, historical landmarks...................its amazing. My fondest moment.................well probably visiting the 11 century old church during the day and then partying @ Ganesha lounge at night.

Try Ukrainian kitchen. Forget...

by Giulia_ua

Try Ukrainian kitchen. Forget about calories and just enjoy. Ukrainian kitchen is rich, testy, and quite different. There are may be 20 receipt of the same dish, depending on the region. Anyway, you will like it. Though Ukrainian kitchen cuisine can hardly be vegetarian, there are lots of dishes made of vegetables too.

LAVRA. Rebirth

by bugulma

In the beginning of XVII century the rebirth of Lavra was begun. For example since 1616 the books were printed here. Despite of Kiev was a part of Polish-Lithuanian territories Lavra began to increase its role during theological "wars" with catholics. Of course, Lavra got its power completely whrn Ukrainian territory was joined to Russia in the middle of XVII century.

Understanding living - a second approach

by Bobek

Ukraine’s capital ranks as one of the 50 most expensive places to live in the world, coming in 21st on a list of 144 cities surveyed by Mercer Human Resource Consulting, a global leader for human resources and related financial advice.

In Mercer’s annual Worldwide Cost of Living survey from 2006, Kyiv has moved up from 54th to 21st place compared with the survey from 2005, sharing its position with Rome and Vienna.

With a score of 89.8, Kyiv is just around 10 points away from New York, which represented the survey’s base city at 100 points. The Ukrainian capital was separated by just a little over 30 points from Moscow, which this year replaced Tokyo as the world’s most expensive city, with a score of 123.9, according to Mercer’s ranking.

Kyiv’s dramatic rise to the top of the international list is mainly due to the appreciation of the local currency, the hryvnia, against the U.S. dollar, and “general price increases,” Mercer’s press release said. Many other Eastern European cities, on the contrary, have dropped sharply in the ranking due to the devaluation of local currencies against the dollar, the release stated. For example, Prague has fallen 22 places to 50th place in the ranking.

Mercer’s survey measures the comparative cost of over 200 items in each city, including housing, transport, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment, and is aimed at helping multinational companies and governments determine compensation allowances for their expatriate employees.

Kyiv real estate prices has skyrocketed in recent years, as has the cost of living in general due to rising fuel costs and other changes that followed in the wake of the Orange Revolution. Another change under the administration of President Viktor Yushchenko is lighter visa restrictions for foreigner visiting Ukraine.

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visit Saint Sophia cathedral....

by Giulia_ua

visit Saint Sophia cathedral. It is the oldest cathedral in Kiev. It was founded in 1037. Now there is a complex with a bell tower and museums around cathedral. Inside the cathdral you may see the ancient mosaic.

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