Andriyivsky Uzviz - street in Podilskyi district of Kyiv, connecting Podil with Old Kiev. It runs from Kontraktova Square to Volodymyrska and Tenth streets.
This is one of the fairy places in Kyiv. There are so many stories, legends, and just unbelievable stories. You can still cath the spirit of art freedom and fall in some adventurous here. Just find the right people or good guide to visit this place i.. Read more »f you're first time in Kyiv.
Best city in Ukraine so far
very elegant charming resedential area with colorful houses.
Nice atmosphere and artists alley, good place to have a walk and enjoy atmosphere of old Kyiv
Historical street with old, renovated houses, shops, restaurants and cafes
The most famous street in Kiev drops down the sharp slope from the Upper Town to the Podil quarter on the Dnieper.
At the top, St Andrew’s Church is in an opulent Baroque style and dates to the middle of the 18th century.
You can catch a funi.. Read more »cular up from Podil, or inch your way up the cobblestone street if you’re feeling fresh.
The architect was Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, an Italian who made his name in Russia and the Baltic, designing the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.
From there make your way down through a neighbourhood known as the “Montmartre of Kiev”, not just because of the steep topography but also the arty ambience and evocative 19th-century architecture.
There are plenty of chic cafes to call in at, and stalls by the street sell paintings in summer.
Andriyivskyy Descent is also the location for the Kiev Day celebrations at the end of May