There's certainly no shortage of things to do in Kiev, even if churches and museums aren't your bag, baby. Activities range from classic indoor distractions like cinemas, bowling alleys and casinos to outdoor pastimes such as rollerblading, ice-skating, sunbathing and swimming.
For the latter two head out to Hydropark - a leafy island on the river Dnieper - which boasts a number of beaches catering for loungers and splashers. Kyivans have a keen sense of fun, so don't waste the day at home. Get out there and join them!
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it was amazing omg i loved seeing the deformed animals, like im really into that stuff
In my opinion, the tour was fantastic. It's well organizated and I learned a lot.
Tours are currently cancelled due to safety concerns or some other mystery process that didn't have the 3rd stamp on the correct form. Nice of the tour company to take our booking and not tell us until the day before... (le sigh) http://www.stripes.com/news/europe/chernobyl-officials-hope-to-reopen-doors-to-tourists-1.161900
Prices are ridiculously high. About 3-4 times what I pay for my very nice fitness centre in London.
I heard that the concrete sarcophagus surrounding the reactor is split and so until they fix it, I'm not going anywhere near that place!
Being so close to the site I really felt it was something I had to go and see. Obviously a morbid experience but personally I'm glad I went. the Tour itself was well organised
A bowling alleys a bowling alley wherever you are but it's always damn good fun!
It was an eerie experience. You just have to see for yourself.