Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, is Europe’s seventh most populous city, with a population of almost 3 million people. The many churches and structures that still stand, some of which are hundreds of years old, demonstrate the city’s rich history. Kiev, like any other large European city, has a plethora of places to visit and fun things to do. Ukraine’s drug regulations are strict, but not nearly as harsh for first-time users.
Cannabis laws in Ukraine
In general, Ukraine maintains a harsh drug legislation, however there is a distinction established between personal use and selling cannabis. If you are caught with less than 5 grams of marijuana, you will be charged with an administrative infraction and will be fined. The fine will vary depending on how much money you have, but it will not exceed 50 euros. If you are a foreigner, the police may attempt to intimidate you and demand a bribe. This is popular in Ukraine, although a bribe should not cost more than 50 euros. You can go to jail if you have more than 5 grams of marijuana or if you sell it. Ukrainian cannabis laws is liberal towards low scale users, but it is still best to be discrete about it in order to avoid any troubles with the police.
Finding weed in Kiev
There is a lot of weed in Kiev, just as in any other big city. Dealers can readily be found in parks or near metro stations. Those dealers, on the other hand, rarely have nice weed and will almost likely try to take advantage of you. It’s advisable to ask some locals where to acquire decent cannabis. They usually have a solid idea where to find nice cannabis. The cost per gram is around 4-5 dollars. Weed is frequently sold in matchboxes containing 2.5 or 5 grams of weed; it is best not to bring more than 5 grams with you.