Heeyyy! It’s been a while since last post, but there has been a lot going on. After Menorca we have been mostly working from our office in Andorra and meeting up with friends, but time runs faster than you realize, and suddenly the summer is almost gone…. I definitely need to enjoy some more days on the beach before the autumn start. I mean I love the mountains, but you know, I´m from Finland, and #lifeisbetteronthebeach is quite accurate.

Anyways, back to the actual reason why I wanted to write a blogpost. Last week/weekend we were invited with Jammu to a conference in Kiev. I did not really expect much of the city, neither did I really research for places to visit. But my god – Kiev you really surprised me! The city is very beautiful and full of history, the food was awesome and everything in general even surprisingly cheap. I would highly recommend everyone to at least once visit this unique city! Just a quick re-cap of my favorite restaurants + places to visit:

  • Saint Andrew´s Church
  • Kiev Pechersk Lavra Monastery
  • Saint Michael´s Golden-Domed Monastery
  • Saint Volodymyr´s Cathedral (especially inside – it is spectacular)
  • Eat the tasting menu at restaurant: Kanapa (my god it was delicious and cost 30€)
  • Catch Seafood restaurant (probably one of the best seafood I have had, it is more expensive than most of the restaurants in Kiev – but worth it!)

All of the beautiful Cathedrals, Monasteries and Churches are in walking distance from each other, so you can easily do them all in 1 day. We spend 1,5 day exploring the city before we attended the conference that we were invited to, and we had so much fun, both exploring the city and during the conference. I did not take any pictures from the conference, but I borrowed some from the official website, so all the credits for the conference photos goes to: https://sigma.com.mt/. And also, a big thanks for an awesome event!


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I´m Nina, a 30 year old Finnish girl currently living in Andorra. A lover of life and living my life to the fullest.