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Travel Home > Directory > Destinations > Europe > Ukraine > Odessa Odesa


Odessa. Pop. 1,029,000. Currency - Hryvnia (UAH). Language – Ukrainian (Russian is spoken widely in Odessa) Time Zone GMT + 2 hours. Main airport – Odessa International Airport ODS. Best Time to go – May and September are popular months, with blossoms in May and cooler temperatures in September. Odessa is the 4th largest city in Ukraine and is a major port located on the Black Sea. The city traces its origins back to a small Tatar settlement, was founded by Hac I Giray, the Khan of Crimea, in 1240. During the Soviet control it was a strategically important trading port and a naval base, although the military significance of the port has diminished over recent decades. The city architecture has a distinctive Mediterranean look having been heavily influenced by French and Italian styles. Some of the buildings are built in a mixture of different styles, including Art Nouveau, Renaissance and Classicist. For visitors the best site is to walk through the ‘Old Town’ taking in the magnificent opera house and a stroll down the famous Potemkin Stairs/Steps –arguably the most iconic symbol of the city. The steps were made famous in Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 silent film The Battleship Potemkin; according to the fictionalized account in that film, soldiers opened fire on the people on the stairs on June 14, 1905. Alongside the old town the other major attraction for visitors are the Odessa beaches – the most popular one being Arcadia which has restaurants, bars, discos, night clubs and other entertainment. A member of TLD staff visited the city in October 2005, and can recommend a walk down the Potemkin Stairs, followed by caviar washed down with a glass of vodka in a frosted glass.


Odessa Hotel Reservations

Odessa Hotels Flights and Travel including Continental Hotel, Londonskaya Hotel, Boutique-hotel La Gioconda, Chernoe More Privoz Hotel, Old Town, Potemkin Steps, Grecheskaya Square, Primorsky Boulevard, Black Sea Beaches, Odessa Travel and Tourism in Ukraine.

Odessa Hotels and Rooms Lodging Travel Holiday Beaches Potemkin Stairs Opera House Old Town Ukraine

Continental Hotel Odessa Ukraine

This luxurious hotel is regarded as one of the best hotels in Odessa and features a range of conference rooms for its business guests. Thanks to its excellent location, guests can easily navigate their way around the city to visit some of the most popular tourist sites in the area. The hotel is conveniently close to the cities commercial center and is an ideal choice for business travelers visiting the area.

Continental Hotel 5 Deribasovskaya St. Odessa Ukraine near City Center Potemkin Steps and Old Town

Potemkin Stairs - wikipedia

The Potemkin Stairs is a giant stairway in Odessa, Ukraine. The stairs are considered a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea and are the best known symbol of Odessa. The steps were made famous in Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 silent film The Battleship Potemkin.

Odessa - wikipedia

Odessa is the fourth largest city in Ukraine.[2] Population: 1,029,000 (2001 Ukrainian Census). The city is a major seaport on the Black Sea, the largest port in Ukraine. Most of the city's 19th century houses were built of limestone mined nearby. Abandoned mines were later used and broadened by local smugglers. This created a gigantic complicated labyrinth of underground tunnels beneath Odessa, known as "catacombs". They are a now a great attraction for extreme tourists.

Odessa - wikitravel

Odessa (Odesa) is a city in Ukraine located next to the Black Sea. Odessa can be reached by plane, train, bus or ferries. Close to Odessa is the Moldovian and the Romanian borders. Odessa is both one of the largest Black Sea ports and a resort city.

Odessa Airport ODS - wikipedia

Odesa International Airport (IATA: ODS, ICAO: UKOO) is an airport in Odessa, Ukraine, sometimes called "Odesa Central".It serves both domestic and international flights. Airport's runways either were or being co-used by the Ukrainian Air Force.

Odessagate

Odessa, "The Pearl of the Black Sea". The city of bright summers, beautiful beaches, european level of service, friendly population and unforgettable women.


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