In 2019, the capital of Ukraine was chosen as a tourist destination by about two million foreigners. This is reported by the press service of the Kyiv city council informs. The average duration of their stay in the Ukrainian capital is 2.2 days.
On Saturday, February 8, at the Singing Field, as part of the festival of giant Chinese lanterns, which was extended until February 23, a fire art show will be held. Guests of the event will be able to watch real fire battles between participants from different teams. This is reported by Informator.ua.
The British newspaper The Guardian has published an article about the Kyiv art club Closer along with a selection of the best tracks that sounded there. According to Closer art director and resident DJ Timur Basha, Kyiv’s electronic scene keeps growing.
A popular British singer and former member of One Direction Zayn shot an epic clip in Kyiv. As a location, he chose the sensational unfinished Darnytsky railway station and the Vernadsky National Library. In Kyiv, he shot a video for the song Flames, which he recorded with singer Jungleboi and DJ R3HAB. This is reported by Informator.
The Ukrainian capital is in the TOP-50 most Instagram cities in the world according to the global tourist portal Big 7 Travel. According to the rating for 2020, Kyiv took the 33rd place, and it is the only Ukrainian city in the TOP-50.
Kyiv entered the TOP 5 largest European capitals by population. According to the results of the digital census, which was announced by the Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Dmitry Dubilet, about 3.7 million people now live in Kyiv. This is reported by BigKiev.
Tomorrow, January 15, 2020 International Museum Selfie Day is celebrated around the world. Kyiv museums are not going to stand aside and prepared their options on how to celebrate this day. This is reported by BigKiev. The idea to hold a selfie day was born by the American activist, the founder of the portal Culture Themes, Mar Dixon.
The Ukrainian capital is one of the 100 smartest cities in the world. The study took into account the level of health and safety, urban mobility and civic engagement. In the rating, Kyiv took the 92d place. The research was conducted by the Smart City Observatory of the IMD World Competitiveness Center and the Singapore University of Technology and Design.
Can't decide where to travel next? Looking for some tips how to choose your next travel destination? The global travel portal Big 7 Travel announced its list 2020’s travel bucket list. The Ukrainian capital is ranked second among the top 50 cities to visit in 2020.
Looking for an interesting destination to travel but with fewer tourists? Fortunately, there are still plenty of fascinating cities that remain off most must-visit lists. Forbes prepared its list of the world’s best underrated capital cities you need to put on your bucket list and included Ukraine's capital.