Kyiv is one of the cheapest cities in the world, and you should take the opportunity to eat and drink like a king! There’s a wide range of cuisines on offer, from traditional Ukrainian to Asian, fast food to fine dining. Alison Wren looks at the restaurants, the diners, the street-food snacks, and other food and drink options for those visiting Kyiv.
Over the next few weeks we will be sharing our inside tips for how to make the most of Kyiv during your visit to the Eurovision Song Contest, plus a few tips on how to save money along the way. First up, Alison Wren looks at how to get around the Eurovision city, and some interesting locations to explore.
There's more to music than the Eurovision Song Contest (honestly). Eurovision Apocalypse's Roy Delaney explores the dark corners, the underground cellars, the poorly-lit, and the amps that turn to eleven in Stockholm to find out what else deserves a douze points.
Stockholm is going to be full of people wandering around with lots of big 'Come Together' laminated cards around their neck. What if you don't have one of these mysterious accreditations. Alison Wren looks at the activities available across Stockholm outside of the bubble.