Only a few of these websites are available in English. But in most cases, minimal knowledge of Ukrainian or Russian will be enough to get some tips. For others, there is always the Google translator.
www.kievmap.com.ua is the perfect tool for finding your way around.
Online electronic maps of Kyiv are plentiful, but some are more useful and convenient than others. I find this one the best – a satellite map of Kyiv with “M” metro signs in the blue, green and red colors of the lines. To find the desired address, street or square, all you need is to type in your information into the search string (but only in Russian). In a moment, you’ll see your destination clearly marked on the map. The site also has a collection of photographs of Kyiv sorted by location, a weather page and a map of Kyiv hotels. By clicking any of the tiny building signs, you’ll get the name of the hotel, its address and brief information about the place and its website. However, the hotel list is obviously outdated. For instance, InterContinental and Hyatt Regency are missing from it.