Andriivskyy uzviz is the main tourist attraction in Kyiv
Andriivskyy Uzviz is well-known as Kyiv Montmartre, the famous place of artists and tourists, the second most popular street after Khreshatyk. Since ancient times, it linked the Upper Town (Old Kyiv) and Lower Town (Podil area). This name the street had got through the St. Andrew apostle.
At this street you can find many interesting things to see: the "The Castle of Richard the Lionheart", as well as the unique “Museum of one street” and St. Andrew's Church - the most important decoration of the street, which was designed by architect Rastrelli. However, the most interesting legends of Andriivskyy Uzviz are the people who have lived there at different times. Among them is famous sculptor Kavaleridze, an outstanding writer Mikhail Bulgakov, whose museum is located at number 13.
Nowadays a huge number of museums, galleries, antique and gift shops, art workshops are situated at Andriivskyy Uzviz. This is the one of the favorite places for having rest and walking both Kyiv residents and guests of the city. Every year thousands of tourists visit vernissage of falk crafts to purchase Ukrainian souvenirs – wooden figurines, painted pottery, toys, embroidery, coins, glass ceramics. We can offer you comfortable apartments for your staying in Kyiv near Andriivskyy Uzviz at Igorivska street 2 and Igorivska street 16 at the good price.
If you get hungry you will easily find numerous cafes and small restaurants with variety of different meals. The most popular restaurants at Andriivskyy Uzviz are: restaurant “Kanapa”, Cafй de Paris, cafй-restaurant “Vernissage”, restaurant “Za dvumya zaytsami”, club-restaurant “Terrace”, restaurant “Svitlytsya”.
How can you get to the Andriivskyy Uzviz:
1) To reach the station "Poshtova Ploscha" by metro, go up to the Mikhailovsky Square with the funicular and go down the Vladimirska street to Andriivskyy Uzviz.
2) Ride to metro station "Kontraktova ploscha", then go past the fountain Samson, Cathedral of the Assumption and go up till Andriivskyy Uzviz.