reminder me Istanbul funicular look like but I like this more if you come to kiev must try it love it...
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The driver was a rude Ukrainian girl who wanted everyone to get inside the cars. I said ok ok....:-s The ride was smooth and not bumpy at all. The station at the bottom has a distinct soviet flavor to it. There are many attractions at...More
A quick trip from the top of the hill- but very cheap and it was really nice to watch the driver feeding the birds by hand! Also beautiful art deco stations.
we were staying nearby, it was a nice walk to the funicular. We took the steps down then rode it back up.
This is a must d in Kiev. The Funicular connects "Podil", the historical part of the city, easily with the city center and you can avoid climbing up the hill. Turnus of the drive is regular, the funicular is cheap and save and also a...More
We used Kiev Funicular only once during our visit. It has short way from down to up however very handy to explore around. Value of money is reasonable.
Funicular works as good as it was 10 years ago, but it needs a repair badly. It has 20 lairs of pain on it and the door does not lock properly.
This goes from the top of the hill by the St Michaels cathedral to the metro down by the river, which is use full. It's a very picturesque 1900s railway and worth trying. It's only 2 UAH and they gave very little change so try...More
At only 4UAH, this was a practical (and clean) ride to the top of the hill, near St Michael's cathedral, from the lower harbour area. Yes you can walk up, but it was raining. :-). There are two Funicular that cross in the middle (as...More
For 4 UAH, it is pretty hard to beat taking this craft up to the top after a day wandering around Podil. The staff is surly, but thankfully interaction is limited.