Getting sick is the last thing one wishes during the vacations. However, everything happens. To be sure you get the best medical consultation and treatment, check out the top 4 private clinics in Kiev.
Getting a tattoo is a serious decision that needs not only your own courage and confidence, but also taste, skills and professionalism of the master. Check out the top 3 tattoo studios in Kiev that won’t let you regret about getting your tattoo.
What can be more relaxing than a short swim after an exhausting training or more challenging than a good water training? All this is possible at one of the top 3 sport clubs with swimming pool in Kiev. Check them out, maybe you’ll want to join.
In the center of Kiev there is a very special beauty space that is located on 2000 square meters and on 4 floors with highly professional staff whose only goal is to inspire you to change your look for better and to make your dream come true.
Busy life in the fast-moving city can often be stressful and affect our health. Yoga is a perfect combination of light physical activity and meditative breathing practice that has become extremely popular in Kiev lately. Check out the best yoga centers in Kiev!
Sometime ago it was a real tradition for men to visit barbershop a few times per month. It was the place where they could not only shave and get a haircut but also have a chat with friends over a glass of whiskey.
Healthy lifestyle is a guaranty of high energy and beauty. it is possible to choose one of many modern fitness clubs with highly qualified personnel in Kyiv. The BodyArt Fitness is one of them; it is located in the downtown of the city.
Before the interview with Ivan Marchuk I was excited. You can read in Wikipedia that this modern Ukrainian painter, People's Artist of Ukraine, laureate of Taras Shevchenko National Prize of Ukraine, inventor of his unique pliontanism style, in 2007 was included in the list of top-100 outstanding geniuses of our time according to The Daily Telegraph. All prepared questions seemed to me awkward and primitive when I was thinking of the interview with the genius.
Originally from New Jersey, Helen came to Ukraine in June 1998 to work for a US government funded technical assistance program for one year. She enjoyed the country so much that she found a permanent job as Program Hub Director for the US school exchange program FLEX. However, after the birth of a son, Helen’s career took a back seat and she decided to become a full time mother and an active member of the International Women's Club of Kyiv. Nowadays Helen has a dacha in Pyriatyn rayon, Poltava oblast, where she is actively engaged in an exciting hobby — ecological gardening.