Been in Kiev for 6 months at this point. Apartments are abysmal, an amazing combination of expensive and low quality. That said, cafes, restaurants, co working spaces are top tier, for 1/3 of the price of anywhere else. Kiev is a diamond in the rough in Eastern Europe in that regard. Regarding the people, you have super-friendly young people, and more macho-type tough demographic. You can usually tell who is who and avoid accordingly. Language barrier is quite a challenge, some of the worst in E
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety very badTap to open🌤Feels 16°61°16°60°AQI101$1,502 / mo34Mbps×
The center around Rynok Square was awesome with scenic views, street performers, interesting and creative restaurants, places to grab a beer/wine, coffee shops, pedestrian areas, etc. During the school year one out of five people in Lviv are students and so it definitely has a college town vibe. Personally I think it's Ukraine's best city and I found the cost of living value ratio to be superb. The co-working space I went to (iHub) had a good mix of locals and foreign digital nomads.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety very badTap to open🌧Feels 15°59°15°59°AQI372$1,069 / mo26Mbps×
It's a nice city on the whole. In summertime you get a lot of tourists from Ukraine, and also other countries. The cost of living is reasonable, a standard meal in a decent restaurant will cost you about 200uah. Internet is fast and good quality, currently you can get a 4g data sim with unlimited data from Kievstar for 100uah for a month. Accommodation can be hard to come by and expensive during the summer months. It's largely safe, but Odessa is historically a criminal city, but most of that cr
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety very badTap to open🌤Feels 15°59°15°59°AQI93$1,367 / mo32Mbps×
Lived there for 6 months. Incredibly "tough" city. Everything is concrete or dirt. Still has a Soviet vibe in 2020. One main street in the city center is vibrant and modern, but head one metro stop in any direction and its 1982 all over again. Almost no English, even with young people. Russian is preferred language even through there is a very strong anti-Russia/anti-Putin sentiment in the city, and rightfully so. However, all the street names and landmarks are in Ukrainian, so you need to mix t
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety very badTap to open🌥Feels 20°68°19°66°AQI75$963 / mo33Mbps×
Everyone here walks day and night, so it never feels very unsafe. Even women walk at night, even though the lighting is bad, and the infrastructure is poor. Sidewalks are crumbling, there is much trash and it is a dilapidated industrial city. The people seem pretty miserable, but they are friendly enough to foreigners and nice to Americans. Like much of Ukraine, the dollar goes a long way here, so you can be pampered and eat well very cheap. The 2 biggest problems are (1) there isn't much t
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety very badTap to open🌥Feels 20°68°19°66°AQI107$1,151 / mo23Mbps×
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