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Discover Kiev, host city of the 2018 Champions League Final

The Champions League Final will take place in Kiev on 26 May. It is the first time it will be held in the Ukraine and the second time it is hosted by an Eastern European country, after the 2008 final in Moscow.

Ukraine is not a touristy country and not many people know it well, so this event will give us the chance to learn a bit more about its history and discover the sights in the capital (there are quite a few!). We would like to propose a weekend break in Kiev, a city full of monuments, markets, churches, and, of course, football!

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Mercado de Abastos in Santiago

The Praza, as called by Compostelans, is one of the most visited places after the cathedral, and one of the more traditional markets in Spain.

Since 1873, the market sales seafood, fish, fruit and cheese to the farmers and fellow countrywomen nearby. With an area of ​​5,613 m2 situated between the church and the Piazza San Fis de Solovio and the Renaissance church of Santo Agostiño opens in a series of old galleries.

It is possible to purchase by phone or from the web, delivery service within 15 miles totally free on purchases over € 60

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Makes you want to go, right? Do it! Check out our prices here!

 

 

 

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Pyrohiv

The Pirogov Outdoor Museum is a unique tourist attraction that transports you to another time and merges you with its landscapes and its people. Located on the south of Kiev, this Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine expands along 1.5-square-kilometres full of cabins, mills, ponds, sunflower fields and hundred pieces of Ukrainian folklore. The easiest way to get to this idyllic place is to take a public bus or taxi, in half an hour you will go from the city center to a totally natural environment.

Pirogovo is a perfect place to spend the day with family or friends, prepare comfortable shoes and get ready to get lost among old schools, more than two centuries old wooden churches, handicrafts markets and native people predisposed to show the best of this settlement.

By Fran Arnaiz

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So you feel like visiting Kiev, do you? Book your flights here!

 

 

 

 

 

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Albert Market

Banjul is a relatively safe and peaceful city, where it is worth exploring the crowded colourful markets selling all kinds of wares. It is the best way to take the pulse of the city and see everyday’s life of its people and customs.

The most outstanding is Albert Market, a large typically African market mainly selling fruit, vegetables and fish. A place colorful, noisy, full of people where much of Banjul’s daily life is concentrated . In Albert Market you can buy anything you can think of. Follow your instinct and smells coming from the stalls of spices and flowers or the less pleasant smells of fish.

Its people, vendors and customers are somehow reluctant to first-time visitors but, soon, you will discover that they simply need some time to be more friendly and happy.

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A place well worth discovering! Check out our flights here.

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