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it may be commercial, however i loved this place and the area around it. Possibly as it was a cold sunday morning when I visited so less people around, a must is a walk around the base of Andriyivski where many local artist are selling...More
It was a foggy morning in September, so very few people were around, but the impression is that the historical street is turned into a long tourist trap. The Lviv chocolate shop at the very bottom end has far better sweets than the dominant Roshen.
The cobbled street that the name is given to is over hyped. It is "artistic" but the size is too small for it to an artistic organism so to speak. The Chruch is beautiful but is closed and has been closed for many years. 20UAH...More
If you go to the church above this street you should take a walk to andriyivski uzviz. In this street there is a lot of people selling souvenirs, handmade thing etc. You are able to negotiate for prices.
For me, the most beautiful building in Kiev. It is truly gorgeous at sunset, then at night when it is lit with a flattering green glow. The entrance fee, though not much, isn't not worth it, since you can't go inside (the church is being...More
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Actually, the first time I went. It was going to rain and the hawker selling the antique Russian watches told me he's going home (in a Van). And the time was around 3 pm. Furthermore, he ain't going to open his store the... More
Actually, the first time I went. It was going to rain and the hawker selling the antique Russian watches told me he's going home (in a Van). And the time was around 3 pm. Furthermore, he ain't going to open his store the next day with his own forecast of another rainny day.
I think they close daily at around 5 pm when the nearby museums and cathedral are closing, too. They are also not open when it will be a rainny or snowy day.
Those hawkers sell stuff/ souvenirs to foreigners who see "unusual" values in the merchandise "eg, Matryoshka dolls" they sell. So, good weather is a key factor la.