[NEW] Stations Map, Cost, Hours | kiev major schedule – Vietnamnhanvan

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The Kiev Metro system is the city’s main mode of public transport. Three lines meet in the centre and connect over 50 stations.

Most stations are underground, though a few are at ground level.


Click here for a map of the Kiev Metro. The map is in English and is interactive. You can click on any station name and see exactly where it is located, what’s nearby, and even view the Metro station on Google Street View.


There are currently three Metro lines – Red, Blue and Green. Follow the links to see the stations on each line. The table on each page summarises what is near each station (hotels, tourist attractions etc.). These summaries are good tools for journey planning.


The Metro is reliable and extremely cheap. A ride between any two stations costs a measly 2 UAH, including any transfers between lines. Compare this with say the London Underground (the Tube) where a single journey from Zone 1 to 6 currently costs £5.70 if paid cash (July 2014), which equates to approximately 114 UAH (July 2014 exchange rates).

In other words a long journey on the London Underground costs over 50 times more than a long journey on the Kiev Metro. They were even cheaper a few years ago. In 2008 the fare was just 50 kopeck (0.5 UAH).

Tickets, actually small plastic tokens, can be purchased from the ticket offices found in station lobbies. Look for the window with a sign saying Каси (kasy – ticket office). They’ll usually be a grumpy old lady sat behind it. She won’t speak any English so just hand her some cash and indicate with your fingers how many tokens you want.

If the queue at the ticket office is too big you can purchase tokens from the orange machines, also located in station lobbies. These accept 2 UAH and 10 UAH notes and dish out tokens in return.

The tokens are for single journeys. There are no return tokens or tickets as such. To complete a return trip you’ll need to buy two tokens.

If you want to avoid buying tokens each time you make a journey on the Metro you can purchase a contactless card. These can be topped up at ticket machines. The cards cost 7 UAH (refundable on return of the card if you can be bothered). Unused rides are not refundable.


Visitors staying in Kiev for extended periods can buy a monthly, unlimited-use Metro pass. They cost 95 UAH and can be purchased from the 22nd of the previous month. Passes purchased after the 15th (expiring at the end of the month) cost 48 UAH.

Combination passes for allowing unlimited use of other modes of public transport (trolleybuses, trams, and buses) are also available.

In practice you’d have to be a pretty heavy user of public transport for a pass to make economic sense.


Stations open around 5.45 am (some a few minutes earlier, some later) and close at midnight or just after. Trains are fairly frequent so no timetable is necessary. They usually come every 2 minutes during rush hour, at 10 minute intervals late at night, and around every 5 minutes at other times.

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Getting Around

Finding the Metro station is your first task. Entrances are marked with a green ‘М’ (for метро). The entrance could be in a building (the case for most of the large city centre stations such as Universytet, Teatralna, Khreschatyk, Arsenalna etc.) or an underground walkway.

To reach station lobby you’ll need to pass through some glass doors. Be sure you pick the right one. The entrance is marked ВХІД. HЕМАЄ ВХОДУ means ‘No entrance’ and indicates the exit doors. We emphasise this because these swinging doors are extremely heavy and getting smashed in the face with one is an unpleasant experience.

In the station lobby you’ll see the ticket office (Каси), ticket machines, and turnstiles leading to the platforms. On the wall there will also be a map of the Metro system.

To reach the platforms just put your token in the slot in the turnstile, wait for the light to turn green, and then push the barrier.

You’ll have to take an escalator (unless it’s a ground level station) down to the platforms. The escalator ride can be a journey in itself (nearly 5 minutes at Arsenalna). Stand on the right hand side of the escalator and hold the rail (the left hand side is for passengers in a hurry that want to walk or run).

The escalator will bring you down to the platforms. There will be one to your right and one on your left. Pay careful attention to the signs above as you reach the end of the escalator. They indicate the stations that can be reached by taking the left or right platform.

Take the appropriate turn and wait on the platform for the next train. There are electronic clocks at the end of each platform. These show the time that has elapsed since the last train departed.

Once on the train keep an eye on the electronic monitors attached to the carriage ceiling. They show the name of the next station (plus annoying advertisements). Until recently the information was only in Ukrainian but now, thanks to Euro 2012, station names are also displayed in English.

On reaching your destination, just follow the crowds to the exit. If nobody is about look for the sign that says ВИХІД У МІСТО (exit to the city). Take the escalator and you’ll find yourself in the station lobby.

Transfer Stations

The three lines are connected by underground walkways in three places, allowing passengers to change lines without exiting the Metro system and paying again.

To reach the connecting station, look for the sign that says ‘ПЕРЕХІД НА СТАНЦІЮ’ (switch to station).


Red – GreenTeatralna – Zoloti Vorota

Red – BlueKhreshchatyk – Maidan Nezalezhnosti

Blue – GreenPloshcha Lva Tolstoho – Palats Sportu

Other Information – Rules and Regulations

Many travel guides, websites, and government agencies state that pickpocketing is a major problem on the Kiev Metro. We’ve been riding it for over 10 years and have never been pickpocketed. Having said that it makes sense to keep alert and be wary of people in close proximity.

There’s a fairly strong official presence on the Metro; both transport officials and police. Both will usually leave you alone provided you stick to the rules.

Rules to bear in mind include:

  • You can take bags on the Metro but the sum of the length, width, and height should be less than 200 cm
  • No smoking is permitted in the stations or on the trains
  • No bikes are allowed
  • No lengthy articles are permitted (longer than 2.2 M)
  • Photography is permitted but filming isn’t, although some police and transport officials still hassle you if you are taking photos with a professional looking DSLR
  • Don’t sit on the escalators
  • No ice cream is allowed

Train passing through a Metro station in Kiev

[NEW] OG cements its dynasty at the Kiev Major | kiev major schedule – Vietnamnhanvan

The final day of the Kiev Major concluded Sunday in the Palace of the Arts in Kiev, Ukraine. For the four teams that made it this far — Invictus Gaming, Virtus.pro, OG and Evil Geniuses — Sunday proved to be the ultimate test of abilities. But if OG’s win at Boston hadn’t already done it, its win at the Kiev Major certainly signaled the establishment of the OG Dota 2 dynasty.

Sweeps abound in semifinals

The first match of the day was between Virtus.pro and Invictus Gaming. Since its disappointing 5th-8th place finish at the Boston Major, Virtus.pro had been extremely quiet. It finished in 3rd-4th at ESL One Genting, last at Dota Pit and failed to qualify for the Dota 2 Asia Championships. Despite this, Virtus.pro absolutely demolished the CIS qualifiers for Kiev, and since the main event started, Virtus.pro has been on an absolute tear.

Its opponent, Invictus Gaming, was fresh off a win at DAC and looking for another. Although both games of this series were relatively close, they were Virtus.pro’s games to lose in the end. In both games, Virtus.pro picked Magnus for Pavel “9pasha” Kvastunov, and in both games he reminded us why that hero has been first picked and banned for so long. 9pasha did a great job setting up fights for his team and enabling his two carries to dominate in both games of Virtus.pro’s 2-0 win.

The second series of the day was Evil Geniuses vs OG, the ultimate western rivalry showdown. Despite also ending in only two games like the earlier Virtus.pro vs. Invictus Gaming series, these games were both extremely close. OG maintained a gold lead through most of it, but the nature of the Evil Geniuses draft meant it was always possible to win a fight with Magnus and Spectre. In both games of this series, OG’s mid laner, Anathan “Ana” Pham, was allowed to dominate Evil Geniuses in the team’s two wins. His Ember Spirit in Game 1 finished with an 11/3/12 KDA, and in game 2, he finished 11/6/14 on Templar Assassin. This is OG’s fourth grand final appearance with its current roster, an unmatched feat in the world of competitive Dota 2. Despite getting blown out in the grand finals of DAC 0-3 by Invictus Gaming, there can be no doubt that OG has retained its form as a top contender.

A dynasty is born

The grand final between Virtus.pro and OG started off with a bang. Both teams got practically the ideal draft to start things off. Magnus, Ursa and Warlock for Virtus.pro against OG’s Terrorblade, Invoker and Monkey King. Despite being in an extremely commanding lead for much of the game, all it took was one missed Reverse Polarity from Virtus.pro and OG were able to storm its way back into the game for the win.

Neither team were looking to slow down the pace at all in Game 2. Virtus.pro tried essentially the same draft with Magnus and Ursa again, but this time it was able break the OG high-ground for a nice advantage. The choice to pick Terrorblade in place of Slark in this game gave Virtus.pro what it was severely lacking in Game 1, a hero to hit buildings. Roman “Ramzes” Kushnarev managed to deal over 18,000 damage to OG’s buildings on his way to a win, almost all of his team’s structural damage.

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Game 3 was an extremely commanding performance from everyone on Virtus.pro. The team was firing at maximum efficiency on all positions. The Virtus.pro supports dominated the early game, which ensured that team would be able to smoothly transition into the mid and late-game. OG did an admirable job defending its base, but Virtus.pro’s lead was too large. OG went back to Terrorblade in Game 4, by far its most successful hero at Kiev. Virtus.pro used the hero to great effect in Game 3, and OG turned that punishment around on Virtus.pro for Game 4. OG took a commanding win to even up the series, as well as maintaining Terrorblade’s 100 percent win rate in the grand finals.

With everything on the line in Game 5, Virtus.pro opted to ban Terrorblade in the first phase, forcing both teams to dip deeper into the pool of viable carries. Virtus.pro went for a very aggressive draft with Ramzes on safe lane Alchemist, who went for a Solar Crest and Armlet as his first major items. OG seemed completely unprepared for this aggression, and spent the first 35 minutes of the game fighting desperately to stay alive. A masterful fight around the Roshan pit brought OG back into the game, however, and at the drop of the hat, OG found itself on the offensive. After an incredible comeback, OG secured itself a fourth Valve Major title.

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