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Using our filters can help you find the ideal holiday letting in Kyiv. In Kyiv, 4,929 rentals offer internet. Consequently, if you can't imagine a holiday without internet, select the internet filter to compare this type of accommodation. You could even find lettings if you're dreaming of days spent poolside (173 rentals include pools in Kyiv) or you want a letting with a fireplace (171 rentals with fireplaces).
The Weather in Kiev
Check out the climate diagram for Kyiv. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 27°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to -7°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is August.
Accommodation options for your holiday in Kiev
In Kyiv, apartment rentals are the most common type of accommodation on offer. Apartment rentals here have an average cost of £49 a night and a median size of 57 m². Moreover, the majority of apartment rentals in Kyiv can welcome 3 guests, which makes Kyiv a great holiday destination for couples and small groups. If you would prefer to compare a different accommodation type, you could check hotel rooms, which are the other most frequently offered accommodation option in Kyiv. Hotel rooms in Kyiv are 31 m² on average, with an average price of £74 per night.
Rent a holiday home to uncover the wonders of Ukrainian capital Kiev
Live the palatial lifestyle in a grand town house in a leafy, upscale neighbourhood of Kiev, or be a city slicker in a hip, futuristic downtown condo above nightlife, cafes and shopping.
Where to find the best food in Kiev?
Taste of Kiev
You cannot leave the country's largest city without becoming familiar with local and national specialities. Under Wonder provides 24-hour service, so you have no excuse not to stop by. Cosy and somewhat cave-like, sample rustic favourites like the stuffed rabbit or goose fillet.
For a chic cottage vibe, unwind at Spotykach to try their take on the classic Ukrainian red borscht; a beetroot soup with beans. Jumping to dessert, the creamy Russian Napoleon cake with strawberries will leave you full and satisfied, luckily, since their entire dessert menu is tempting.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Kyiv?
Recent and not-so-recent history
If you don't dare to visit the town itself which is just two hours' north of Kiev, then visit Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum. Loaded with information about the disaster, aftermath and background, you can feel a part of history as you walk through a recreated nuclear zone.
Be in awe of a stunning and nearly millennium-old monastery set within a series of caves known as Kiev Pechersk Lavra. Admire the gold-topped and green roofed chapels above ground, and investigate the interesting catacombs and winding cave passageways below.
Where are the unique attractions in Kiev?
Go back to medieval times at the Golden Gate, a replica of the original, impenetrable 11th-century gate into Kiev that had been heavily guarded and armed. Enjoy the park-like setting and funky neighbourhood as you walk around the structure, finding details echoing the middle ages.
You'll recognise The Motherland Monument as one of the images of Kiev (though controversial), and probably will have seen it from afar in other parts of town. The name explains its roots, and this looming, tough-looking symbol of the former Soviet Union is best enjoyed alongside its museum counterpart.
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