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Always carry your passport (or a good colour photocopy) with you. The police in Odesa, as in all of Ukraine, are notoriously corrupt and constantly on the look out for tourists to harass with the aim of fining them for breaking some imagined rule or law. Use common sense and caution around rowdy groups and drunks in the city, unless you speak good Russian.
The only disappointing element of the night was the bar staff upstairs. On 2 occasions unfinished drinks were lifted and my pregnant sister was disappointed that coke and 7up were her only options of drinks! Perhaps a little more value given to non drinkers would be nice.
As soon as you exit the customs, there will be lots of taxi drivers asking you if you need a taxi. Their prices may be VERY high and they basically rip tourists off, so do not agree, or at least negotiate as fiercely as you can. The normal ride to the city center should not cost more than UAH 100 ($3.55 as of Jan 2018). It’s better to call one of the taxis listed below in our #Get around section.
– I had to ask for bread, which took an additional 5 to 10 minutes while my food got cold, and they brought barely toasted granary slices (Brennan’s, from the look of it) which was chewy and didn’t do the job at all.
Comfortable bus connections from Kyiv to Odesa and back 6 times per day. You will arrive at the bus station and the ticket now costs UAH350 (EUR 10.50 as of Jan 2018) one way. You may also use this bus to get to Odesa directly from Kyiv Boryspil airport . Air conditioning, comfortable seats and some hot tea or water if you’ll ask. Unfortunately, they like to turn on some loud movies which are impossible to turn off, so bring an mp3-player and some headphones.
In 1819 the ceety wis made a free port, a status it retained till 1859. It became hame tae an extremely diverse population o Roushies, Ukrainians, Jews, Greeks, Bulgarians, Albanians, Armenians, Italians, Frenchmen, Germans an traders representin mony ither European naitionalities (hence numerous ‘ethnic’ names on the ceety’s cairt, e.g., Frantsuszkiy (French) an Italianskiy (Italian) Boulevards, Grecheskaya (Greek), Evreyskaya (Jewish), Arnautskaya (Albanian) Streets). Its cosmopolitan naitur wis documented bi the great Roushie poet Alexander Pushkin, who lived in internal exile in Odessa atween 1823–1824. In his letters he wrote that Odessa wis a ceety whaur “ye can smell Europe. French is spoken an there ar European papers an magazines tae read”.
Street crime (pickpocketing and scamming) is common, particularly in crowded places, in tourist areas, in bars and nightclubs and on public transportation, especially after nightfall. This includes muggings. Armed robbery can also occur, especially in the peripherial neighbourhoods. Racially motivated violence and harassment can occur without corrective action by local authorities.
Went here for dinner for my birthday and was not impressed. There is literally a couple of inches between the tables, everyone on top of each other. I don’t want to hear my fellow diners conversation…s and I am sure they don’t want to hear mine. The staff seem in an hurry to get you in and out as as possible. My partner ordered the fish cakes and t waitress slapped the plate on the table so hard that they almost flew off the plate. The pate was tasteless and so was the pork. Everything was so rushed . Not a pleasant experience. See More
The one more criticism I would have is the TV in the top bar, it was showing cult type movies from the 50s and 60s. No sound on, but still very distracting. I was staring entranced at Barbarella for far too long!
Odessasta on sävelletty monta laulua, muun muassa In Odessa ja Ech Odessa. Tunnettu suomenkielinen kappale on Teijo Joutselan levyttämä Odessa, johon sanat on kirjoittanut Martti Jäppilä. Myös suomalainen rockyhtye Wiidakko on tehnyt kappaleen nimeltä Odessa.
Visited The Odessa for dinner. We had gift vouchers and were given a separate menu to choose from however there was a good choice of food and it was great. The dining room is on the first floor with a bar on the next floor…More
If you’re like a lot of Odessa business owners we know, you’re constantly evaluating and worrying about the vulnerabilities facing your company. What risks keep you up at night? Broken windows and late night burglary? An employee or contractor getting in an accident with a company vehicle? Fire and/or flooding? Like so many things, we can’t prevent every instance of commercial loss, no matter how hard we try. Fortunately, our Odessa business insurance agents can serve as risk management experts for companies in a variety of sizes and industries.
With just over a million people, Odessa is Ukraine’s fourth-largest city. Set in the country’s south along the Black Sea coast, Odessa was founded in the late 18th century as a Russian naval fortress. For many years in the mid-19th century, it was a free port, becoming home to a multinational populace. In 1905, it was the site of a major Russian Revolution uprising by crew members of the Battleship Potemkin. The nice old town area has a beautiful opera house, and the city has many great beaches.
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Odesa (Ukrainian: Оде́са, pronounced [ɔˈdɛsɑ]), or Odessa (Roushie: Оде́сса), is the third lairgest ceety in Ukraine, wi a population o 1,003,705. At the beginnin o the 20t century it wis the biggest ceety o Ukraine an haed a special unthirlt jurisdiction. The ceety is a major seaport an transportation hub locatit on the northwastren shore o the Black Sea. Odessa is an aa an admeenistrative centre o the Odessa Oblast an major cultural centre o multi-ethnic population. Its alternative Roushie name is the Soothren Palmira.
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Maist o the ceety’s 19t century hooses wur biggit o limestane mined nearbi. Abandoned mines wur later uised an broadened bi local smugglers. This creatit a complicatit labyrinth o unnergrund tunnels aneath Odessa, kent as “catacombs”. Thay ar a nou a great attraction for extreme tourists. Sic tours, houever, ar no offeecially sanctioned an ar dangerous acause the layoot o the catacombs haes no been fully mapped an the tunnels themselves ar unsafe. Thir tunnels ar a primary reason why subway wis niver biggit in Odessa.
Went to Odessa last night for my mams birthday and the food was incredible, the service was amazing and the overall atmosphere was fantastic! Would highly reccomend for groups big or small it’s a grea…t venue 🙂 See More
Odessa on Ukrainan tärkeimpiä teollisuuskaupunkeja. Sen satamien kautta kulkee muun muassa viljaa, sokeria, koneita, hiiltä, öljyvalmisteita ja metalleja. Kaupungissa on muun muassa koneen- ja laivanrakennusta, öljynjalostusta, selluloosan ja paperinvalmistusta, kemian-, metalli-, pien-, huonekalu- ja tekstiiliteollisuutta.
The white chosen for dinner was a Spanish Verdejo and was excellent. I wasn’t planning on drinking any wine, but there was no alternative options for alcohol offered down in the restaurant. I did try to seek an alternative, but staff were flying around so I gave up.
Most of the city waterfront, except the port territory, forms a beach zone. All of the beaches are located at the eastern edge of Odesa. The most popular beaches are the following: listed according to their distance from city center.
The phone operators might not at all speak English, so try at your own risk or ask your Ukrainian friends to call a taxi for you. The usual price for the taxi is UAH50-100 (€1.5-2.95 as of Jan 2018), sometimes up to UAH150 (€4.45 as of Apr 2017) if you travel to the outskirts of the city.
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Kompot, An Odesa chain with five locations: Zhukova, Admiralskyi prospekt, Riviera Center, Panteleimonivska, Derybasivska, . An Odesa cuisine mid-end chain with an excellent typical Black Sea, Ukrainian fare, including the local fried fish called “bychky” popular in the Black Sea region. Make sure to order one of the varieties of the berry drink, “kompot”, that gave the cafe its name. edit
Four foreigners in Russian service met by chance on a military vessel in 1870s – Jose de Ribas, Duc de Richelieu, Count of Langeron and Franz de Volan. Later on, those four became instrumental in the city’s success: the first one convinced the Empress to found Odesa, the second made it the fourth largest city in Russia in just eleven years, the third one made it free economic zone and the fourth one created the city plan used to build Odesa, which was considered the most advanced city plan at that time.