About this tour

Scooter tours are an interesting unusual trip that will be remembered for a long time. This is a cool tour that opens up the city from the other side because after 2 hours on a scooter you will see more than on foot.


Electric scooters are easy-to-drive vehicles, and you can handle them if you know how to ride a bike. We will drive on bike paths, on quiet streets and in parks to get closer to all the iconic places in the capital.


In 2 hours we will ride through the streets of the city and see some of the most sights of Kyiv, accompanied by a guide who will create a friendly atmosphere. The guide will share funny stories from the life of the capital and show you the place where all your cherished desires come true!


You will find many attractions and the best viewing platforms in the city!


And before that, you will have a master class on driving electric scooters, after which you will confidently drive a scooter and have a great adventure!



The price is for 1-2 people, regardless of the number of participants.


The tour is conducted in Ukrainian and Russian, may be in other languages on the request.


*The originality of the text is completely preserved by the author of the tour (tour operator)

 

We can also prepare a set of clothes for you with cool Visit Ukraine merch, so that you are as prepared as possible for the tour and enjoy the atmosphere

5 reasons to choose tour

1

Fall in love with Kyiv

2

Hear fables from the life of modern Kyiv

3

See the magnificent architecture of Kyiv

4

Enjoy stunning landscape panoramas

5

Take great photos to remember

Key landmarks

1

The Arch of Freedom of the Ukrainian people

It is the iconic monument of Kyiv, it is made in the form of a huge three-layer rainbow, under which bronze figures of workers are placed. Nearby is a granite composition, it was made based on the Pereyaslav Rada. The monument is striking in its scale. The height of the sculptures is more than 6 meters, and the arch itself is 30 meters. The place is especially popular not only among residents but also tourists and guests of the city.

2

St. Andrew's Church

According to a legend, there was a sea, where the Dnipro now flows. Then the whole sea suddenly disappeared, when St. Andrew the First-Called came to Kyiv and placed a cross on the mountain where St. Andrew's Church now stands. But some part of it remained and hid under Andriivska Hora. A well was opened under the throne when a church was later built there. St. Andrew's Church does not have bells, because, according to legend, at the first strike the water would wake up and flood not only Kyiv but also the entire Left Bank. In addition, St. Andrew's Church is a church of the UAOC, where daily services, weddings, and baptisms are held. Now it is open for visits as a museum.

3

European square

This historical area is located at the intersection of Khreshchatyk with three roads leading to Pechersk, Podol and the Upper Town, which has such a toponymic fate. If at the beginning of the 19th century the square was called Konnaya, it was because horse fairs were constantly held there. A theatre was built in 1806 (architect Melensky), and the square was transformed into the Theater Square. The theatre was demolished and the hotel was built in 1851 (architect Beretti), the square immediately turned into a European one, since the hotel was also called “European”.

4

Independence Square

Independence Square is located between seven central streets and is the main square of Kyiv. The square acquired its modern appearance after reconstruction in 2001, when Ukraine's first large underground shopping centre "Globus" was opened there, the Monument of Independence, a monument to the Founders of Kyiv, etc. were built there. Among other attractions on the square, there is the Lyad Gate, which is a copy of one of the gates that led to Ancient Kyiv; Zero Kilometer, which is a reference mark of the distance between the cities of Ukraine and the capitals of the world; P. Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music, which is the oldest advanced music university; Main Post Office, and House of Trade Unions. The square has an important political significance, several rallies and demonstrations took place there, including the Revolution on the Asphalt, the Orange Revolution, and the Revolution of Dignity.

What is included?

Professional guide

Professional guide

Electric scooter rental

Electric scooter rental

From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund!