Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, makes an excellent destination for those looking to escape the overcrowded and expensive western European cities. This historic city, located on the Dnieper River, is known for its historic colorful cathedrals, unique food, and friendly locals.
There’s a reason Kiev is known as “The City of Golden Domes”; everywhere you look, there’s another centuries-old cathedral with another glittering dome. From spectacular St Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery to St Andrew’s Church, a prime example of Baroque architecture in the region, there are plenty of architectural monuments to admire.
For art and culture lovers, there are galleries and museums to explore, including the National Museum of the History of Ukraine, the Museum of Chernobyl, Microminiature Museum, and even the quirky Museum of Toilets, which covers all periods of toilet development.
If you’re a thrill-seeker, make sure to visit Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure. Here, you’ll find a Ferris Wheel that gives a stunning view of the city, scenic walking paths, majestic fountains, sculptures, and a large amusement park suitable for all ages.
If you want to spend some time relaxing and away from the crowds, head to the Khreshchatyk Park. Situated at the northern end of Kiev’s main street, the park offers incredible views of the Dnieper River and the Left Bank of the city. The park is also home to many cozy cafés offering coffee, tea, baked goods, and ice cream.
A trip to Kiev isn’t complete without sampling delicious Ukrainian food. From borscht, a beet-based soup made with pork, varenyky, dumplings stuffed with cabbage, cheese or meat, to deruny, potato pancakes served with sour cream; the food options are endless.
Finally, anyone who has been to Kiev will tell you that Ukrainians love to party. So, why not join them while you’re there? Head to the Arena City, a collection of bars, nightclubs, and pubs, and dance your night away or simply enjoy a drink with locals.
Whether you’re interested in history, sightseeing, nightlife or food, Kiev is full of things to do.
Why Fly Business Class?
So why fly business class to Kiev? From priority check-in and boarding, extended legroom to gourmet meals combined with premium alcohol beverages, endless channels of entertainment and friendly service, business class offers an entirely different travel experience.
In-flight, immerse yourself into the quiet surroundings of a private business class cabin as you sink into the extra-wide seat. With extended legroom, there's even space to stretch out.
After enjoying a five-star meal and a glass of champagne, snuggle under the soft blanket, adjust your fluffy pillow and relax in pure comfort from take-off to landing.
Business class passengers also have access to exclusive airport lounges. The airport lounge is a perfect place to run away from the airport's chaos and get some last-minute work done or simply to relax. Each lounge offers comfortable seats, complimentary food, and drinks, entertainment, including free WiFi and attentive staff to take care of your needs.
Overall, a business class flight is a fantastic way to begin and end your business trip or vacation.
There are direct flights to Kiev available from New York John F. Kennedy airport, with the average direct flight taking around 9 hours.
Departure from other American cities, including Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Portland and others to Kiev, requires at least one international stop and an airline change. The typical stop would be in a major European hub, such as London, Frankfurt or Amsterdam. The average flight time to Kiev is at least 12 hours: 8 hours to London plus 4 hours connecting flight to Kiev.
Book Your Business Class Flight to Kiev Today
So if you want to travel to Kiev in first-rate comfort, be sure to check out our range of business class flights to Kiev here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our experienced team of travel agents who can help you save money and stress.