£353 per person
The average price of hotels and apartments in Kyiv varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.
Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - December is the cheapest month to go to Kyiv.
Kyiv is well worth a visit, there is a lot to see and do.Its also superb value with very affordable hotels and restaurants. Public transport is very cheap but a big warning, there are loads of pickpockets operating!! Always keep your hand on your phone and purse/wallet. Better still zip them in an inside pocket. They operate as teams on the metro, as the train starts one will “fall” onto you, another will “catch” you. If this happens you are being robbed.Dont stand near the doors but move into the train, it’s much more difficult for them to operate there.Also you must visit the Opera house for a show or ballet. Book online before you go, it’s really very cheap with decent seats for less than £10 and they start at £1.60, and that’s for the superb Ukraine State Ballet. 3 A fantastic evening of entertainment for a quid, and the interior of the opera house is stunning as well. There is a bit of a free for all in the cloakroom after but just wait upstairs until the madness dies down
Amazing city, and country. The history is fascinating. Would definitely recommend this as a short break. Chernobyl is a must see tour
Kyiv is one if not the most beautiful city in Europe. Great history , good hotels, great restaurants, good prices against USD GBP and Euro. Ukrainians are good people. Good outdoor life. What's not to like
Used to live here, but would travel there again in a heartbeat! You can’t beat the bar scene, history, sights, and dirt cheap prices. Easy to walk to most places, but there is also uber and uklon. Ride the metro if you’re feeling adventurous.