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We did visit this one , but it actually doesn’t matter which metro station you visit ... all interesting because it is the deepest metro system in the world.
Some decorated with murals more than others . We were glad we had a guide as...More
I used Arsenalna Metro Station a couple of times whilst travelling on the Kiev Metro. Arsenalna is on the Sviatoshynsko - Brovarska Line and is the deepest Metro station in the world, it is 105.5 metres below ground level. It is quite a lengthy journey...More
We used the Arsenalna station going to and from the Pechersk Lavra. We was told by our guide its the deepest station. Escalators are faster yet it takes almost 5 minutes to get onto or off the platform and out of the station. It's a...More
The closest metro station to the Pechersk Lavra (monastery) and the Art-Arsenal exhibition centre; but they are a long hike down the street. If you are in a hurry, get a little yellow bus from the stop opposite the station (through the tunnel).
Worth going to Arsenalna Metro for several reasons: it's the worlds deepest subway station. It's a fairly short walk from the Holodomor Memorial and Kyiv Pecherska Lavra and opposite the Holodomor Memorial is a great pub restaurant called Patrick Pub. Great service, delicious vareneki and...More
Sometimes we visit sculptures just to look even tho we saw it on internet, ao why not experience something that is only one in the world. Even if you are not in to driving with a metro anywehre its fun to ride down with an...More
Sort of... It's not really deep at all, in the sense that it's not below the level of a lot of the city (including the river), but it has the highest climb between the platforms and the entrance. Which is a fun thing to say...More
Stopped by Arsenalna station on our way to and back from Pechersk Lavra and found it a great place to experience Soviet construction and people watch. As the deepest station its a long way down or up to the platform/exit. Escalators are faster than most...More
well, it is just a metro station buried deep down. people go there to say "i have been there". It takes 4 minutes and 25 seconds to reach the train from the first step of the escalator... Specifically i can say that escalator is way...More