English speaking guide.
I have been working as a guide for about 10 years. For me guiding is my lifestyle. I like to develop tours and meet people. I am also a blogger and write about Ukraine in the past and nowadays.
My background is the education in history and archaeology. First guiding experience I got in Kyiv fortress museum and Museum of historical treasures of Ukraine.
My passion is travelling. I visited about 10 countries of Europe. I used to live in England and this country inspired me to start my private guiding job.
Crunch point in my life was Euromaidan. I sure, Euromaidan as a community of free people changed Ukraine a lot. It was a breakthrough from post-Soviet collective mind towards believes that everything depends on us. I sure Ukraine has a great opportunity to be a progressive country in future.
Hey! My name is Alla and I studied Culture at University. Consequently, I really love to get in touch with new cultures, learn new languages and communicate with people of different cultural backgrounds.
Travelling is a part of my life. I use different ways of making trips: Couchsurfing, hitch-hiking, tours only with locals. I used to live in Italy for my voluntary project. But now I live in the best city in the world – in Kyiv and want to show other people how beautiful it is.
English speaking guide
Dmutro is a knowledgeable guide, who tell you everything, from military history till Ukrainian folk culture. Recently he works as a guide in the Museum “The Kyiv Fortress”, before in the Ivan Honchar folk art Museum. During wandering around Kyiv you never get bored as your guide knows the history of every street here.
Turkish speaking guide and interpreter
Hello, my name is Shevket. I am from Turkey. I live and study medicine in Ukraine for already four years. I have first education in business. I speak Russian and English languages. I also work as a guide- freelancer in Kyiv. I can help you during your business trip, show historical places, museums and introduce nightlife activities in the city.