Kyiv city has ten administrative territorial urban areas. All these will be a part of the city and it is on a geographical basis. Only Shevchenkovskiy district was named in honor of the great Ukrainian cultural Taras Shevchenko. Each of the regions is their public authorities and consists of public administration, which is headed by the head of the district.
In addition to the administrative division, each of the urban areas has its own unique features, historical landmarks and legends about its origin.
Today Kyiv has 10 districts. Three districts are located on the left bank - Darnytskyi, Dneprovskiy, Desnianskiy. The seven areas are located on the right bank of the Dnieper - Holosiivskyi, Svyatoshinskiy, Solomenskiy, Obolonsky, Podolsky, Pechersky, Shevchenkovsky. Previously, there were more than ten regions, but Kiev is constantly trying to reduce the number leaving the largest and most important, to join them young and small districts, which were created in the post-Soviet era.
If divided by region Kiev, we can distinguish sleeping areas, industrial areas and business districts where fulminant business life of the city. In addition, the central areas are more attractive to tourists, as there are a huge number of cultural, entertainment, sporting and historical sites of the city. Elitnymi areas considered central areas, bedrooms and industrial - other areas, located on the edges of the city. Attractive to tourists and efficiently settles in the city center and save yourself a lot of time standing grueling trip. For longer stays it is best to settle near the place of work, for a budget accommodation - sleeping areas on the left bank-edge areas of the right bank.
Next you can see more detail with each individual area of the city:
Goloseevskiy district of Kyiv
Svyatoshinskiy district of Kyiv
Solomenskiy district of Kyiv
Obolonsky district of Kyiv
Podolsky district of Kyiv
Pechersky district of Kyiv
Shevchenkovsky district of Kyiv
Darnytskyi district of Kyiv
Dneprovskiy district of Kyiv
Desnianskiy district of Kyiv