One of the world's greenest cities, Kyiv has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
We've partnered with a few hotels to provide a special discounts for the participants of Ad Summit Kyiv.
It is the traveller's responsibility to check and confirm current visa requirements to enter Ukraine. You may check with the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine whether you need a visa and how to obtain one if necessary.
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In order to collect your badge to be admitted to Ad Summit Kyiv event, please bring your registration ticket either in the printed or digital form on the first day of the event. The registration desk will be open on 16 May at Mercure Congress Hall with the timing announced in the schedule on the website. We will also send it to your personal email so that you could access it anytime.
Kyiv has the highest number of square kilometers of park per resident in Europe, lined with benches and dotted with monuments. The urban area near the venue offers a great variety of historical, cultural, and outdoor attractions to explore. Whether it's your first time in Kyiv or you're a frequent visitor, the following should help get the most from your trip. Read a brief information about Kyiv from Lonely Planet, including major places of interest. We would especially recommend the following attractions near the Venue:
Andriyivskyy Descent is the place where you can find a huge collection of Ukrainian souvenirs of all types. It is considered to be the brightest street with the highest concentration of art representatives. Don't pass by St. Andrew's Church built by the project of Italian master Bartolomeo Rastrelli. A graceful beauty of the interior decorations won't leave you untouched.
St. Michael's Cathedral — a sky-blue cathedral built in the 12th century. The cathedral proudly demonstrates the greatest creations of the Kievan Rus' monumental painting. Enjoy the fantastic view from the bell tower of the monastery.
The Sculptures Alley is a funky street packed with contemporary art sculptures.Walk from St. Andrew's Descent towards the Kyiv Museum of History and soon you'll see the famous mosaic cats.
Independence Square, also known as "Maidan Nezalezhnosti" is the central square of Kiev and the place for the Revolution of Dignity (2013). It's a huge open space with fountains, the Independence Column and a great variety of cafes. We really recommend to visit an atmospheric restaurant The Last Barricade and enjoy real Chicken Kyiv.