Travelers cannot be bored during a vacation in Kiev. Learn about Ukrainian independence by visiting Maidan Nezalezhnosti, a square that has seen countless protests during the city's long political history. Kyiv Pechersk Lavra shows off Kiev's religious side; it's a gilt monastery that draws as many tourists and devotees. The Andriyivsky Uzviz also provides a peek back in time. Supposedly prophesied about by the Apostle Andrew, it's one of the oldest sections of Kiev and great for self-directed walking tours. Later, while you're strolling around the city, make sure to pick up some roshen (a meringue-smothered, hazelnut-studded sponge cake) so friends and family back home can share a taste of your Kiev vacation.
If you want get in on some of the best recurring Ukrainian festivals, make sure to book a hotel in Kiev during early fall. That's when you'll get to enjoy events such as the Kiev Music Fest, a state-backed gathering that has run for over two-and-a-half decades and is dedicated to national classical music. For those who prefer gustatory to aural pleasures, the Kiev Beer Fest takes place during roughly the same time and features over one hundred types of brews that you can sample.
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