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Stop At: Kyivo-Pechers'ka Lavra, vul. Lavrska 21, Kiev 01015 Ukraine
Our Vintage Car Kiev sightseeing tour is an exclusive opportunity for you to discover the capital of Ukraine.
You will see Kiev’s main sights: the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the Museum of the World War II, the governmental district and Mariinsky Palace, the central Kreschatik Street, Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), the Golden Gates, St. Sophia Cathedral, the historic district of Podol and Dnieper embankment.
Duration: 50 minutes
Stop At: Saint Sophia Cathedral, Volodymyrska vul. 24, Kiev 01001 Ukraine
CHOOSE YOUR VINTAGE CAR FOR THE TRIP:
CHAIKA (THE SEAGULL) (GAZ-13)
The elite Soviet car for the party top officials and government members. It was used at the parades and for the foreign leaders’ transportation. GAZ-13 was never sold to the public. Production period: 1959-1981. A total of 3,189 vehicles were produced. The maximum speed is 160 km/h.
The Soviet middle-ranking party officials’ car. Production period: 1949-1959. At that time it was the most expensive car available to the public. Some racing cars were created on the basis of GAZ-12, and in 1955 one of them set the USSR speed record of 257 km/h.
POBIEDA (THE VICTORY) (GAZ-M-20)
The first Soviet car produced after the World War II. Production period: 1946-1958. At the time of its development GAZ-M-20 was one of the most innovative cars in the world by its aerodynamic characteristics, construction and stylistic solutions.
A classic car, one of the most famous and popular Soviet cars. Production period: 1956-1970. The car was on sale not only in the USSR, but also in other countries. This model was particularly popular in Finland, Norway, Greece and even Colombia. Early and rare GAZ-21 modifications are now valued as collector’s cars. GAZ-21 is also popular in hot-rodding.
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Duration: 50 minutes