Does the transfer price include any extras?
No extra money, but extra advantages! for the most competitive standard price you’ll get all our bonuses in one package: transfer, online flight tracking, meeting poster, baggage lift, check-in to the hotel, or apartment to make sure you are on the safe side, Providing all kinds of tourist info on the way, casual basic translation, help with small arrangements, checking location of nearest supermarkets, nightclubs, metro stations next to your place, and always bottle of cold water in the car, we bet we do bring the best option on the market. Because the basic idea behind capitaltours is being really friendly, laborious, flexible and open-minded. We do care about our reputation.
Does the tour price include any extras?
No extra charges, entry tickets to all places for one guest will be included. The second and third guest will pay the cost of entry tickets.
How long does it take from main airports to the city?
25-50 minutes from KBP Borispil airport, 15-30 minutes from IEV Zhuliany airport, 10-15 minutes from railway, or bus station, depending on the traffic.
How safe is Kyiv today?
Same, as always, and may be even much safer, than some other places in Europe you had already been visiting! To make it safest on Earth our driver will be there to make 100% sure your trip to Kiev is okay in all details.
What if I don’t speak your language?
If so, we will have to decapitate you. We know how. Decapitaltourskiev!
What if I don’t speak your language-2?
Then we shall speak English, German, or French. Better like this?)
Do capitaltourskiev drive safe cars?
Modern, air conditioned, safe and fast!
How do I recognize my driver or guide?
By the poster with your name or any other sign, that you prefer.
Why do I have to go with capitaltourskiev?
Just one small step for a man, and one giant leap for mankind) It will take you million times less effort than it took Columbus, Moses, or Armstrong, but you’ll perfectly reach your goals with us.
PS. Why often ‘Kyiv’, not ‘Kiev’?
‘Kyiv’ is a transliteration from Ukrainian language, and officially correct way of writing. ‘Kiev’ is a commonly known transliteration from Russian (Soviet times), but is still more often used. No particular difference.