A typical department store featuring international and local designer brands. There is a bar, a food court, and a cinema on the top floor.
There are wonderful restaurants, coffee shops and delicatessens situated on the 6th floor of the main department store in Kiev - TSUM. This is also the one of few destinations for a fresh fishmonger.
Built in 1936 and survived WW2, Central Department Store (TsUM) of Kyiv was renovated in 2017. Great food court on 7th floor!!
Shopping center with dozen shops and great food court. Also recommend terrace with great view
It is the place to shop the international classy brands: it is a good department store, not huge but with a very smart, up to date selection, specially in fashion, shoes, but also interesting house equipment. On the 5 th floor, there is a really nice « food hall » with very fine fresh sushi and a…
“It's the most popular place for tourists. It has bars, shops, restaurants, night and strip-clubs.”
“Traditional Ukrainian cuisine. You can taste there famous national dish, “Chicken Kiev””
“Volodymyrska Hill or Saint Volodymyr Hill (Ukrainian: “Volodymyrska hirka”, Russian: Влади́мирская горка, Vladimirskaya gorka) is a large 10.6 hectares (0.106 km) park located on the steep right-bank of the Dnipro River in central Kiev (Kyiv), the capital of Ukraine. Its most famous and prominent landmark is the monument to St. Volodymyr of Kiev. The monument, with its prominent location and overlooking the scenic panorama of the left-bank of Kiev, has since become one of the symbols of Kiev, often depicted in paintings and photographic works of the city. Volodymyrska Hill park was established in the mid-19th century, its name reflecting the monument to St. Volodymyr of Kiev which was erected in 1853 in the park.”
“If you like ballet. This place is a must. :) The fly like butterflies dancing your feelings”
Point of Interest
“The Independece Square starts from another side of Khreschatyk Street, starting from the Independence Monument, Ukraina Hotel, the Monument to the Founders of Kyiv, National Conservatory Building, Cossak Mamai Monument”