5. Reitarska Street
As every cook praises their broth, we love Reitarska Street because Vestor’s office is located here. However, this bias is not why it is in the top 5 best streets in Kiev, as nearly 50% of expats voted in favor, leaving all other streets behind.
Once upon a time there were regiments of foreign horses here – reiters, in honor of which Reitarska Street is named. Most of the buildings on this street are unique and many famous people have lived here, such as Mikhail Bulgakov, author of The Master and Margaritaand Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s grandson. On Reitarska Street, which is only a 5-minute walk from Khreshchatyk Street and Sofia Square, are the embassies of Hungary and France, many conceptual shops, a unique courtyard with ravens, and most importantly, you can find the soul of the old man here. city.