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St. Nicholas Church near the Sea Terminal

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Essential Odesa Museums

Monument to Duc de Richelieu

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Odesa is Ukraine’s most charming city. Anyone who argues otherwise has never been to Odesa, has never strolled its captivating streets nor broken bread with its jovial citizens. As a tribute to its appeal, eight cities in the US, two in Canada and one in Brazil were named Odessa. There’s also Lake Odesa and even Odesa the planet somewhere out there in the cosmos. However, none of these tributes shine as vibrantly as Odesa, Ukraine: The Pearl of the Black Sea. Throughout its history Odesa has lured travellers, artists, poets, entrepreneurs and radical dissidents. The city was founded in 1794 by Catherine the Great, who realised that a port on the Black Sea was essential for the expansion of the Russian Empire. It was not erected on empty ground, however. Archaeological findings have revealed the existence of an ancient Greek settlement. The Kyivan Rus, the Golden Horde, Lithuanians, Ottomans, Tatars and Poles also made use of Odesa’s ideal location. The area ultimately fell into Russian hands during the Russo-Turkish War (1787-1791), and was later annexed under the Treaty of Jassy in 1792. Unlike many of its contemporary Russian cities, the construction of Odesa was well planned. Duc de Richelieu, a French dissident who served in the Russian Army and later became one of the city’s first governors, is credited as the city’s visionary designer. The city boomed throughout the 19th century, and attracted an incredibly diverse population. Russians, Ukrainians, Jews, Romanians, Greeks, Bulgarians, Albanians, Armenians, Italians, Frenchmen and Germans all added their own unique vision to the city’s unparalleled character. By the beginning of the 20th century, Odesa had become the third most important city in the Russian Empire behind St. Petersburg and Moscow. It continued to thrive during Soviet industrial expansion, and by the mid 1950’s had become one of the world’s richest grain harbours. Despite the incursion of industry, Odesa has remained an invaluable cultural centre and a place of blossoming appeal. Although Odesa has been a sun, surf and relaxation destination for as long as anyone can remember, the city has really caught the buzz as of late. New restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels and resorts keep popping up to meet the demand of enthused tourists and adventurers drawn by this fascinating cultural centre nestled right up next to the beach. We are proud to offer this guide designed to highlight the very best Odesa has to offer. You may view additional content and leave comments at

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The latter might cost less than the former. no one knows for sure. Keep in mind that you’re just a short walk from numerous hotels. enjoy coming to the aid of disoriented travellers.) шосе провулок (пров. Fares to centre are less than 2Hr. For domestic arrivals. Despite the mess. If you’re arriving or wish to depart by sea you’ll inevitably end up at Odesa’s sea port station. Foreign cars are allowed on Ukrainian soil for a maximum of two months. You can also order tickets to routes designated with a red tick. ticketing booths ( ) and an information bureau are available.) проспект (просп. Fortunately for you.) площа (пл. Automobile insurance is obligatory in Ukraine. even experienced hagglers can expect to pay a minimum of 100Hr. as you exit the main terminal is a VIP lounge. Also to the right. Car rental might be a better option and is available in the main hall. Toilets are located in the basement. This document should be carried along with your driver’s license and your car’s registration papers at all . The minimum term of insurance is two weeks. and 101 stops at Hrets’ka pl. Your cheapest option is bus or minibus. Two buses and a couple of minibuses depart at regular intervals. Odesians. an ATM. By car When entering the country by car. but don’t be afraid to express yourself in English. As you exit the main terminal.) узвіз (VU-lytsia) (PLO-scha) (pro-SPEKT) (bul’-VAR) (mist) (NA-berezhna) (sho-SE) (pro-VU-lok) (uz-VIZ) Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. café. but it will probably find you before you find it. The station is currently undergoing repairs scheduled to be completed…well. An ATM. but as you are a foreigner you face an uphill battle getting a just fare. The airport is small and unassuming. Internet service including Wi-Fi and an information desk are also located on the ground floor. the shuttle bus picks you up from the plane and dumps you by a steel gate next to the main terminal where a gauntlet of underhanded taxi drivers awaits. (in Russian only).bus . Street smarts Street Square Avenue Boulevard Bridge Embankment Highway Lane Descent вулиця (вул.if not you must purchase it from the Ukrainian company at the border. foreigners are required to sign a document at the border swearing that they will bring the car out of the country before a certain date. Customs staff and many of the taxi drivers speak English. don’t forget to specify desired destination. Customs is in the basement. The bus stop is across the parking lot. restaurants.) міст набережна (наб.6 arriving By plane Odesa International Airport is located approximately 10 km from centre. look to the right. Minibus 113 heads to Paustovs’koho and 117 to Pastera. shops and cafés.) бульвар (бульв. you’re already in centre. Bus schedules.inyourpocket. but not soon. especially those who speak English. There are limited routes to Crimea that allow for the transportation of a motor vehicle. buses and trams headed to centre and other points depart from the train station and adjacent bazaar. airline representatives. but if you happen to get confused or lost don’t hesitate to ask airport staff or one of the locals for assistance. By sea By bus The Central Bus Station is located at Kolontayivskoi vul. currency exchange. All information is in Russian only. It may be possible to buy green card insurance valid for Ukraine in your home country to avoid problems . Varna. Bus 129 goes to the rail station. For international arrivals and departures and domestic departures proceed to the main terminal. it continues to function and the bus you need will most likely arrive to or depart from the central station. A taxi to any centre location shouldn’t cost more than Minibuses. If you walk a short distance from the train station (a prime location valued higher by cabbies) and flag down a car you’re sure to get better treatment. a café and an information booth (deserted both times we were there) in the terminal’s main hall. however if you don’t speak Ukrainian or Russian it is easy to get deceived by border officials and buy something which is totally useless. For information on existing routes and routing status visit the bus system’s website www. A taxi to centre is unreasonably expensive. By train Odesa’s rail station is the end of the line. Istanbul and Crimea from the ticket office on the ground floor (ticketing agents speak English). Odesians have a tradition of service and are more open and jolly than citizens of other major ex-Soviet cities. telephones. If you choose to order online. It’s possible to book passage to a number of destinations including Constantia. There are two currency exchange booths. with prices depending on the size of the engine.

though. Hungary 103km. other 6%. A modest ’cheers’ (bud’mo) will do for a foreigner. Those with Russian sockets can buy a cheap adapter for their European appliances. two litres of wine. it is 13:00 in Moscow. (Avoid bringing unessential.3% Romanian 0. dogs and birds must be accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate bearing the seal of a state veterinarian institute in the country of origin. Poland 526km. (Working with our local vet. free of customs duties and taxes. so bring your own. All sockets require two round pins.3% Polish 0.204km).to make a long story short . however. a 20 minute negotiation and a $30 bribe were we able to take our beloved Labrador. personal items! A colleague of ours was told by a customs officer to declare her wedding band. must be kept throughout the period of your stay.5% Crimean Tatar 0. may be brought in. Moldovian 2%.6% Moldovan May . Many thinner Russian sockets are being replaced by their European cousins. the goods will be subject to clearance in accordance with the import declaration requirements for imported cargo. Russian 26. Bug. Customs If you are 18 years of age or over you can import. and . 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco. ua or call the hot line 0 800 501 31 30/ (+380) 44 247 27 19/247 28 50. the overall odds are against you and your stomach. Moldova. Slovakia 97km Rivers: Dnipro (1. animal skins and furs. so make sure you contact their embassies in Odesa (see Directory/Foreign representatives).July 2011 . but the public transport system lacks even a hint of accessibility. Personal belongings are not subject to customs duties or taxes. However. Thus. The wheelchair symbol used in this guide means that the establishment in question specifically caters to disabled guests. 11:00 in Paris and Warsaw. valuable. 10:00 in London and 05:00 in New York. Prohibited drugs are not permitted. Medications in the amount required for a course of treatment. Those preferring foreign brands can find their favourites at finer shops and establishments. Hungary. Poland. Electricity Ukraine supplies its residents and visitors alike with electrical current of 220 volts AC. which flows freely at many parties and gatherings.8%.customs. Romania (west) 362km.) A person can bring in food products free of customs duties and taxes if their total value does not exceed €50. because Ukrainian wheels don’t fit European tracks and thus have to be switched! You should expect close inspection of your documents and belongings at border crossings. Adapters for more foreign electrical societies are not easy to find in Odesa. Disabled travellers Odesa is not what you would call a disabled-friendly city. To take such goods out of Ukraine you will need to obtain relevant authorisation documents from the State Service for Control Over the Passage of Cultural Values Across the National Frontier of Ukraine (Kanatna 83. 7 Basic data Odesa Population: 1 010 300 Ethnic composition: Ukrainian 62. Danube Highest point: Mount Hoverla 2. food products should not total more than two kilograms. Romania.inyourpocket. though a customs officer has the right to ask you to make a written declaration in relation to them. Beware if offered homemade vodka (samohon). coastline (Black and Azov Seas) 2. Whether it’s Ukrainian vodka or moonshine. slightly smaller than Texas). Cats. we prepared all necessary documents for our dog. It is prohibited to import puppies and kittens less than three months of age and all pigeons. tel. Buses stop for about an hour at borders.BasiCs Alcohol Ukrainian beer (pyvo) is quite tasty and extremely cheap to boot. It must be issued no more than 10 days prior to arrival.2% other 1. along with its neighbouring countries Belarus.576km. Moldova 939km. as its alcohol content is higher than Western brands.3% Belarusian 0. odesa. If the value of the goods is greater than €1000. While good samohon can be better than some bootleg labels in shops.4% Hungarian 0. Moldova and Russia and can’t be obtained at the border. and must be handed over upon departure. Rabbits need confirmation of recent inoculation within 30 days before transporting or confirmation of yearly re- inoculation. The only mountain chains are the Carpathians in the west and the Crimean Mountains in the extreme south.8% Russian 17. She declared the value of the ring. be ready to offer a toast at some point. If the value of your goods is greater than €200. Bulgarian 3%. one litre of hard alcohol. EU and American travellers need a visa to enter Belarus. special ticketing windows. Goods with a total value of less than €200 may be brought in free of customs duties and taxes. items of cultural value procured for the purpose of sale. when it is 12:00 in Odesa. Romania (south) 169km. Romania and Turkey.) Precious metals.061m Local time: All of Ukraine is in the Eastern European Time zone (GMT +2). Odesa Holovna train station does have ramps to the platforms. filled out upon arrival to Ukraine. accompanied by medical certificates and prescriptions. and feathers and down are prohibited for export. and there should not be more than one package of the same product.she ended up paying a $200 bribe in order to avoid an outrageous duty. Tipsiness may set in early. Russia and Slovakia.782km. toilets and telephones. Borders Ukraine is bordered by Belarus. Donets. 50Hz. Ukraine Population: 45 760 000 (March 2011) Ethnic composition: Ukrainian 77. All customs declarations.8% Territory: 603.2%.3% Jewish 0. but not always of the same size.700km2 (the second largest in Europe. but less than €1000 they will need to be declared on a customs personal declaration form. stones and goods manufactured from such materials. Ukrainian customs officials are a tricky lot.5% Bulgarian 0. (+380 48) 33-52-13/33-52-12. For further information please visit the official website of the State Customs Service of Ukraine www. Dnister. High curb drops and steep steps are the This declaration can not be renewed if lost. Ukraine also produces a wide selection of vodka. mostly consisting of fertile steppes (plains) and plateaus. Cultural goods may be brought in if they are not subject to any international alert and you have documents which prove your right of ownership. westbound trains for more than two. Russia 1. Borders: Belarus 891km. Only after a two hour search for the proper customs office.

There are 100 kopecks in a hryvnia. 50. Communism Like an aggressive case of athlete’s foot. 1996. As in most cities. Whether this act should be classified as genocide is currently being debated around the world. . look for a big respectable-looking bank. There is evidence showing that the famine was. Still. There have been scattered reports of credit card fraud in upscale restaurants.50 $6. military commanders. many prominent Soviet leaders had Ukrainian roots.50Hr 20 Marlboros 9. Wallets are known to disappear in public transport crowds. from Ukraine.26 $0.5 litre) 4. link communism to Russia – this is inaccurate. You can find a number of ATMs around Odesa and many hotels and restaurants now take Visa and MasterCard . Odessa Though Ukrainian and Russian are similar.83 €0. You’ll have no problem finding currency exchange points. and memory of the carnage continues to stoke Ukrainian nationalism. These special places can not exceed 50% of the total allotted area of the business. 5. 10. Leonid Brezhnev was born in the Dnipropetrovs’k Oblast.96Hr £1 – 13. Ukraine’s share of the victims was disproportionately high. 100. the Russian version is more common and useful. 20.inyourpocket. artists and anyone else worth being suspicious of. Good luck. and ascended the ranks of the Communist Party in Donbas and Kyiv. You’re sure to notice locals dancing frantically as they disappear into alleyways and behind trees. 200 and 500 hryvnias. Also. The first tragedy is known as Holodomor (starvation). pendence in 1991.14 €2. so guard your pockets at all times. there are notable differences including the spelling of many names.000 Soviet people and had millions more sent to gulags (penal labour/death camps).26 €0.19 $3. this political divide made international news as hooligans linked to a Ukrainian nationalist organisation savagely vandalised a famous statue of Vladimir Lenin in Kyiv. dirty and not very aromatic subject in Odesa. Two monumental atrocities occurred under Stalin’s rule. communism refuses to go away.37 €4. Market values How do costs compare to back home? list of local prices to give you an idea.8 BasiCs Odesa vs. 2. 10.American Express is not very popular. Don’t be confused if your amount is given in roubles. Russian is heavily used in Eastern Ukraine.50Hr Dry-cleaning and 25. Language The country’s official language is Ukrainian.41 €0. Since indepopular and Crimea and is Ukrainian Floors Ukrainians consider the floor on the ground to be the first floor and so one. In June 2009.60 €0. in fact. and only in western regions truly predominant. Just recently Ukraine outlawed smoking in most public places and the workplace. Smoking You’re never too far away from a lit cigarette in Ukraine.35 $0. Most people. a famine which took place in 1932-33. It is estimated that he ordered the execution of as many as 500.some people just have trouble letting go of the past! Paper bills carry denominations of 1. 2. Since this law is relatively new in Ukraine. 5. dissidents. While Ukraine’s youth embraces capitalism and nationalism. not every business has begun to enforce it. but rates are better from central street kiosks. a rather safe place. in part. Safety They say that Ukrainians can spot a foreigner from a kilometre away.00Hr Public transport ticket 1. except in specially designated areas.13 $0. Being that Russian is the language spoken by the overwhelming majority of Odesians. The most notable of the lot was Lev (Leon) Trotsky.13 Toilets Public restrooms are a sore. especially from the police. The second tragedy is known as the Great Purge (1936–1938).38 €0. This fact alone will not automatically make you the target of crime. which replaced the transitional karbovanets on September 2. 2. in fact. Ukrainians included. Nikita Khruschev moved from Russia to Donets’k as a teenager. It is the responsibility of each company to provide a designated area for all smoking patrons or personnel. and both are accepted everywhere. Being very drunk and/or loud on the street is always a good way to attract unwanted attention. who actually attended secondary school in Odesa.85Hr US$1 – 7. 50.10 million Ukrainians perished. This may be a tempting alternative. McDonald’s Big Mac 15.88 $0.60Hr Here’s a handy €1. it’s a good idea for foreigners to carry at least a copy of their passport and visa with them at all times. so you may want to think twice before charging it.95 Official exchange rates (as of April 28 2011): €1 – 11. 25.00Hr Litre of vodka 50. flashing large amounts of cash can cause trouble.00Hr pressing one men’s shirt 1 litre of petrol (euro 3) 7. They are also in short supply. i. adding the extra ‘s’ with definitely result in more hits. it has become much more widespread.00Hr Bottle of local beer (0. €0. It is estimated that as many as 2.80Hr Snickers bar 4.17Hr Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. If it’s traveller’s checks you need to cash. Money The national currency is the hryvnia (Hr). with 1.6 . so make it a rule to go before you leave the hotel and after each café/ restaurant/pub you visit. only to reappear fresh and liberated.30 $1.56 $1. orchestrated by the Soviet leadership in an attempt to squash Ukrainian nationalism. but beware: this behaviour inevitably leads to awkward conversations with local police who love to levy hefty fines on foreign tourists. 10. 50 kopeck and 1Hr coins. and in some bars and clubs the term second-hand smoke just doesn’t seem to matter. 100 and 200 hryvnia bills. Smokers enjoy a ridiculously cheap selection of cigarettes hawked by one of the many babushkas and corner kiosks that are located throughout the city.e. Another word to the wise: two versions exist of the 1. if you’re searching the Internet. Many leaders of the Bolshevik Revolution were.00Hr Loaf of white bread 2. many elderly and disillusioned citizens cling to socialism. This is the case with ‘Odesa’ (Ukrainian) and ‘Odessa’ (Russian). Stalin was obsessed with the complete eradication of political rivals including fellow party members. though. Odesa is.70 $0. You haven’t been transported to Russia or taken back in time to the USSR . By the way.

Bush: neither is able to sting together a proper sentence and both will go down in history as the face and definitely not the brain of their respective administrations. Andorra. Moldova greatly relaxed its visa laws in 2007. freaks and a main attraction where magicians make billions of hryvnias disappear from taxpayers’ pockets. While no general rule exists yet. the consular section is responsible for issuing visas and is located apart from the embassy . and must register their passports with local police within three days of their arrival (hotels are usually willing to aid in this process). Japan. Visas can be processed in as little as one day. Canada. San Marino. But your waitstaff will expect more from you as a foreigner! Some places include a service charge of five to 10 per cent. Travel to Russia is not so simple. call (+380 48) 784 15 44. The formation of this new coalition was made possible only via the passing of a controversial amendment (basically unconstitutional) which allows individual deputies to join coalitions without party consent.July 2011 . you will need to fill in an immigration card. That said. to the position of Prime yourself time and confusion by calling before you go. We thought of adding a joke here.” In other words. Transit visas are also required.5% of the vote. you will need to register with the local police (hotels are usually willing to aid in this process). must obtain a visa. Switzerland. Lytvyn Bloc and mercenaries from Our Ukraine/People’s Self Defence and Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc. Upon arrival. consists of 450 deputies and is presided over by a Speaker. which must be obtained from a Ukrainian embassy or consulate abroad before travelling. the amount of time you are allowed to stay varies from country to country. a new majority coalition led by the Party of Regions swooped into Verkhovna Rada and consolidated power by appointing Mykola Azarov. For a complete listing of embassy locations and phone numbers see Foreign Representations. Welcome to Ukraine. Canada and the USA can enter Moldova visa-free and stay up to 90 days. the Communists. Monaco. Norway. Iceland. so call ahead.BasiCs Tipping Odesa tipping culture is developing slowly. Citizens of the EU. Travel to Belarus is also a bit tricky. was inaugurated in February 2010 following a closely contested election in which he beat out rival Yulia Tymoshenko by just 3. let’s get down to the nitty-gritty. Legislative branch The unicameral supreme council. the President’s job is to ensure that nothing is ever accomplished. a long-time ally of President Yanukovych. All others must apply for a visa at the consulate of destination country. or we can book through a travel agency authorized to issue state travel vouchers. Russian-speaking. In March. Slovakian (+380 44) 234 06 06. Lichtenstein. Hungary and Slovakia belong to the European Schengen zone. Current President Viktor Yanukovych. based on civil law with judicial review of legislative acts. Ukraine is a republic consisting of 24 provinces (oblasts) and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Judicial branch The legal system. Everyone else needs a visa. Our Ukraine/People’s Self Defence (72 seats) is led by former President Viktor Yushchenko and maintains a base among voters in the west. the USA. Hungarian (+380 44) 238 63 81. Mexico. and seven independent deputies.inyourpocket. and preventing “any actions of the legislative. visas can be acquired at a Moldavian consulate or at the Chisinau airport by presenting an application form and photos. Japan and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) . known as Verkhovna Rada. call (+380 482) 33 33 94. For more information. Lytvyn Bloc (20 seats) is led by current Speaker Vladimir Lytvyn. Visas Citizens of the EU. In many cases. Citizens of Canada. For more information. 9 Ukraine’s political framework To understand Ukrainian politics. Switzerland. is topped by the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court. All visitors are required to purchase national medical insurance. Citizens of the EU. so read the fine print or ask. fund sucking. Iceland. The federal government consists of executive. For all other visitors. The current make up of this bitterly feuding. All visitors planning to stay more than 90 days need an invitation and visa. For more information call the following embassies: Polish (+380 48) 729 44 13/729 39 36. the USA. most restaurant-goers leave around 10% of their bill. For additional information. with the exception of citizens from selected countries of the CIS. Australia. time wasting branch is as follows: the Party of Regions (172 seats). with prices varying depending on the type and length of visa requested. Citizens of the EU. front man for the Party of Regions. but realised that everything that happens in these halls of “justice” is far too disturbing to make light of. executive and judicial branches of power that directly or indirectly infringe upon interpretation of the fundamental Law of Ukraine. If you are staying more that 72 hours. Norway. call (+380 48) 724 23 24. The President is responsible for issuing decrees and orders.except Turkmenistan . Norway. Executive branch The President is elected by popular vote for a five-year term and is eligible for a second term. Canada. Japan. Andorra. however. Transit visas are also required.can enter Ukraine visa-free and stay up to 90 days. Many political insiders have been quick to note the uncanny similarities between Yanukovych and former US President George W. call (+380 44) 537 52 03. Poland. Japan. the USA. All foreign visitors. the Communist Party of Ukraine (27 seats) has been steadily losing support since the fall of communism. Hong Kong. Malaysia and Singapore may enter without a visa. Israel. Citizens of countries not on the list can obtain a visa at the Romanian consulate in Kyiv. Liechtenstein. Many Ukrainian embassies only handle visa cases on certain days of the week. Israel. Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc (152 seats) is led by the former Prime Minister known for her trademark blond peasant braids. Elections were last held in 2007. is extremely popular in Ukraine’s industrial. Vatican. a man with gorgeous silver hair. legislative and judicial branches. For more information. President Yanukovych’s party. odesa. Norway and Croatia can apply for 30-day single and multiple entry business and private visas without an invitation. imagine a carnival complete with clowns. The new coalition consists of the Party of Regions. South Korea. and five parties passed the required vote threshold of 3%. The rest of us need an invitation. eastern oblasts. where laws are made to be broken. Switzerland. Israel and a handful of Latin American countries can enter Romania visa-free and stay up to 90 days. May .

25Hr. Chervonyi prov. Osypova 21. tel. Philharmonic G-3. www. PU Odesa Jewish Community G-4. www. (+380) 482 35 71 36/(+380) 48 724 20 69. (+380) 48 731 54 40. www.hillel.odessa. Sabans’kyi prov. Sat. (+380) 48 785 59 34. tel.nt-art.18:00. tel. (+380) 48 723 84 64.17:00. Maritime Art Gallery G-1.50Hr. tel. QOpen 13:00 . www.bayernhaus. Q Tickets 18-50Hr. britishcouncil. tel. 20. Sun. tel. Chaikovs’koho prov. Rodina E-5. Sun. www. Golden Duke Akademika Hlushka Sat 12:00 — 18:00. (+380) 48 715 51 26. (+380) 48 725 09 24/ (+380) 48 722 01 62.od. Pastera 19. QOpen 11:00 .od.19:00. Tvorchestvo F-1. tel. Hoholia 6. QOpen 09:00 . tel.21:00. Maski Ol’hiivs’ka 23. QOpen 09:00 . (+380) 48 723 89 99. tel. Bavarian House F-4. tel.18:00. bho. 1. Semafornyi prov. tel. (+380) 48 795 59 38. tel. Kanatna Odesa Musical Comedy Theatr e H-6. www. www. Closed (+380) 48 729 33 09. service by German QOpen 09:00 .18:00. (+380) 482 37 91 60. QOpen 12:00 — 19:00. (+380) 48 777 06 96.msio. Hrets’ka 48. tel. 6. Closed Arabian Culture Centre F-5.21:00. tel. P British Council Fontans’ka doroha 33. Closed Mon. Nizhyns’ka 77/79. tel.opera-ballet. (+380) 482 23 63 16. Theatres Tickets 50 . (+380) 48 737 40 (+380) 48 723 63 16/(+380) 48 777 82 91.100Hr.19:00. www.odessa@ paco. www. Bunina 15. Q Open 10:00 . Greek Culture Foundation F-3. tel. (+380) 48 722 45 04. Rishelievs’ka 49. Cinemas 48 780 03 70. office 166.10 Culture & events Art galleries 12:00 ./fax (+380) 48 737 40 52. tel. 4. QOpen 10:00 . www. Q Tickets 15-50Hr. www. Jewish Culture Centre “Beit Grand” E-3. Closed Sun. Lidersovs’kyi bul’v. QOpen 09:00 . office 107. (+380) 48 786 06 www. fax (+380) 482 34 52 76. (+380) 48 718 81 19/(+380) 48 718 81 39.odessa. QOpen 10:00 . (+380) 48 723 02 05/(+380) 48 723 40 80. www. Kontrabas Art-Café Balkivs’ka 31. Sadova 3.17:00. Q Tickets 25 . tel. Salieri Art Café F-2.odessa. Q Tickets www. Q Tickets 20 . Pastera 11. Located in the Seredniofontanskyi Trade Centre. Launch time 14:00 . Closed Sun. ap. Muzkomedia (Musical Comedy Theatre) H-6. Panteleimonivs’ka 3. Sun. Sea Port. office (+380) . QOpen 10:00 .ua/fr. Q Tickets 15 . Sat Concert halls Panteleimonivs’ka 3. Gapchinska Gallery F-2. Closed Mon. Q Tickets 18 . www. Sun. . Cinema City G-7. (+380) 48 725 88 99. tel.aleksandrovskiy. NT-Art I-4. Q Tickets 10 . Odesa Russian Drama Theatre F-3.15:30.beitgrand.15:00. (+380) 48 728 07 (+380) 48 725 00 00. Culture Centres Alliance Française E-2.70Hr. tel. Lanzheronivs’ka Mechnikova 104. Pastera 15. Sat.24:00. tel.odessa. Closed Fri. tel. tel. (+380) 48 777 05 40. Odesa In Your Pocket Prymors’ka 6. (+380) 482 34 36 44. QOpen 10:00 . White Moon H-3. (+380) 48 725 15 36.24:00. tel. Hillel Jewish Culture Centre E-1.maski. Sun.19:00. 5. (+380) 48 780 15 09/(+380) 48 722 22 30. Frech QOpen 11:00 .af. Closed Maski-show Ol’hiivs’ka 23. QOpen 14:00 . Museum of Contemporary Art H-3. Katerynyns’ka pl. tel. tel. Q Vasylko Ukrainian Musical Drama Theatre E-1.inyourpocket. Belins’koho Closed Wed. Fri. Israel Culture Centre service by Engish. Admission 30-60Hr. QOpen 11:00 Sat. U Vernisage H-5.od. (+380) 48 722 17 65. tel. QOpen Opera and Ballet Theatre G-2. project@beit-grand. tel. Uspens’ka 60. QOpen 11:00 . 4A. (+380) 48 746 32 (+380) 482 37 17 Closed Fri. May .Culture calls Culture & events 11 odesa.July 2011 .

mini-bar. PHARLGKW hhhh London E-4. a kitchen and more space in general are definite plusses. Mostly prises doesn’t include 1% tourist tax. Originally constructed in the mid 19th century. bar/lounge.2600Hr. dine on fine French cuisine and disco all under one roof? Other services include swimming-pool. This British themed hotel is located next to a picturesque park. Symbol key P Air-conditioning 6 Animal friendly T Child friendly H Conference facilities A Credit cards accepted U Facilities for the disabled F Fitness centre L Guarded parking R Internet G Non-smoking rooms K Restaurant D Sauna C Swimming pool W Wi-Fi internet access Continental G-3. in the cushions of one of the rooms‘ plush sofas? The 24 luxclass rooms and four spacious suites are stunning. discriminating business travellers. Deribasivs‘ka 5. mini-bar./fax (+380) 48 784 08 Londonskaya G-2. Where else can you order room service 24/7. The building which houses this hotel was constructed in 1899 by Italian architect Bernardazzi and is protected as a historic monument. 1 apartment 1980 . (+380) 482 30 71 00/(+380) 482 30 71 01.unique features such as this breath in high class. 3 suite 7200Hr. 8 superior 1689Hr. free parking. wireless Internet access. 12 suites 2116 . Q113 rooms (53 standard 2300 . safe and air conditioning. tel. etc.17Hr (28 April 2011 official rates) Odesa In Your Pocket 48 738 01 02/(+380) 48 738 01 03. As we explored the luxurious rooms and became familiar with the wealth of available services we wondered what had happened to the fifth star. Q37 rooms (19 standards 1150 .bristol-hotel. tel.12 where to stay Odesa has been a popular business and tourist destination for more that 200 years. ua. laundry. Located in the heart of the city overlooking the port. and who‘s serving-up ale at the pub? A kilted Scotsman. the interior was remodelled in 2010. Rooms come with standard facilities and balconies with views of the historic city 11 junior suite 4500 .1595Hr. The ambiance is extremely tasteful and the rooms. Odesa‘s hotel infrastructure can easily accommodate a wide range of clientele including convention goers. 44 superior 2800 . 14 junior suites 2500 . the hotel was completely reconstructed in 2005. I‘m referring to the lavish Voyage Restaurant. fax (+380) 48 786 05 50. and you‘ll soon notice that they‘ve taken everything trendy from Britain and stuffed it in through the front door and all the way up to the rafters. Services include restaurant. Arkadia is officially a four star hotel. arcadia-plaza@com. Rooms become harder to find during the summer peak. of course.3200Hr. 39 superiors 1600 . www. sauna. safe and fabulous park views. info@london-hotel. bar/lounge. The advantages of privacy. com. The porter is dressed like a beefeater. a spacious banquet room. Q70 rooms (10 standards 1300Hr. Pull На себе На себя Push Від себе От себя Open Відчинено Открыто Closed Зачинено Закрыто €1 = travel services and a barber shop. (+380) 48 786 03 Cream of the Crop Arkadia Plaza Posmitnoho 1. parking. Prices include breakfast and VAT (20%). superb dishes and you‘ll book a room just to be close to this culinary gem. hotel@londred. POTHARFLGKDCW hhhh Bristol G-3. PTJHARFLGKDCW hhhhh 1 “Plaza” Suite 4473Hr. fabulous views. they‘ve taken a mid 19th Century hotel and dressed it up with lavishly remodelled rooms and halls complete with all the ambience and modern amenities the contemporary traveller has come to expect. www. Our obvious recommendation: book ahead and avoid the hassle. disabled access PHARFLGKDCW hhhh 98. 1 junior suite 1647 .6200Hr. of course.hotel-continental-odessa. fax (+380) 48 738 01 11. Did we mention that the hotel is situated on a popular windsurfing beach? Q24 rooms (10 standard 1167Hr. The hotel‘s name is unmistakable. tel. www.1645Hr. whose name has been changed so many times that no one seemed to know what to call it. www. (+380) Door smarts A quick yet indispensable guide to those embarrassing moments in front of a foreign door.1900Hr. with their lofty ceilings and classic furnishings.1797Hr.4980Hr. office@continental-hotel. fax (+380) 482 30 71 58. 1 Presidential suite 5300Hr). POARUFLGKDCW hhhh odesa. All rooms are luxuriously designed and incorporate all services expected of a four star hotel including satellite TV. safe. 1 apartment 4420Hr).85Hr. 4 twins 1150 .com. 3 suite 2900Hr. professional multilingual staff and “Formula” wellness spa centre with swimming pool and gym.96Hr.inyourpocket. The interest in this important region has left an indelible mark in the form of plenty of accommodation. have a late 19th Century bourgeoisie feel. This place has great security and each room comes with air-conditioning. play tennis. Rooms are equipped with satellite TV. 10 junior suite 2390Hr. Formerly known as Krasnaya (Red) Hotel. tel. high-tech conference rooms. Today it prides itself on being Odesa‘s ideal venue for business and leisure. Perhaps the most noteworthy feature is located on the first floor. 12 standard 1730Hr. Did it get devoured. The restaurant and lobby bar have gained a reputation all their own and attract party-goers from far and wide. From ultra-ritzy to run-down Soviet relics. extra bed 350Hr). parking. Pushkins‘ka 15. but the services are really what set this place apart. Uspens‘ka 95.3800Hr. fax (+380) 48 796 55 03. 2 Presidential suite 11000Hr). Q32 rooms (6 economy 1290Hr. unless otherwise stated. sunbathing terrace. US$1 = 7. One taste of the original. Tired of hotels? A number of private companies offer newly renovated .2850Hr. 10% discount when booking from London web-site. bristol@ bristol-hotel. Prymors‘kyi bul‘v. 6 suites 3200 . 3 suite 3441Hr. sun-seeking families and even budget backpackers. Other highlights include airport transfer.od. extra bed 375Hr).ua. The new interior successfully blends modern amenities with the designer‘s original vision.arcadia-plaza. 2 junior suite which can be rented on a nightly basis and are considerably cheaper than most hotel rooms. (+380) 48 796 55 01/ (+380) 48 796 55 02. massage room. internet. Italian furniture and air-conditioning. english. The internal non-chlorinated water purification system insures that tap water is drinkable in accordance with European standards . £1 = 13. like a remote control.


gym. Morskoy is located just steps away from Arcadia Beach and a 10 minute taxi ride from centre. robe and slippers. Aleksander Sergeyevich Pushkin was a regular at this hotel‘s casino. (+380) 48 750 99 90.2350Hr. www. tel. Mozart The hotel‘s Fish Time Restaurant is worth checking out even if you‘re not staying at the 3. Lanzheronivs‘ka 13. www. six luxe. tel. Zatyshna 11.3785Hr./fax (+380) 482 33 06 98. 3 apartments 3984Hr. 3 junior suites 2192 . Located in the ritziest part of town and just steps from the beach. 2 family rooms 1585 . extra bed 525Hr). Otrada is a touch of class in a sea of mediocrity. This Wellness Spa Resort is in the shape of a large ship. fax (+380) 482 33 90 91. fax (+380) 482 37 98 94. Kuyalnik‘s sulphide silt mud is world renowned for its medicinal properties. Chornomorske. tel. There are countless attractions in the neighbourhood.3179Hr. Restaurant. minibar. cable TV. Q41 rooms (3 suites 2722 . superiors 2265 . apartment 14000 .od. banquet halls and Mozart‘s own restaurant renown for its Ukrainian and European dishes and romantic views of the Opera and Ballet Theatre. Established in 1833.3800Hr. The casino‘s gone. 6 suite 2650 . min-bar. Internet access. fitness centre. Chabanka is located 30 kilometres from Odesa on the sea cost and surrounded by a large park with exotic The rooms definitely lack in space. sweeping pool and guarded parking are for guests service. net. This ultra-stylish venue is equipped with wonderful security. Q26 rooms (16 standards 1570 . chabanka. suite 6000Hr.Chabanka Rest Complex Hvardiys’ka 50.2173Hr. 1/1. contact@hotel-otrada. taxis.mozart-hotel. tel. (+380) 482 37 Otrada I-6. bar. business centre services and free parking. During his exile in All come equipped with safe. Q54 rooms (29 standard 1300 . mini-bar. three deluxe and seven suites) were elegantly remodelled in 2005. 2 suites 2 junior standards 1328 . tel. the other scanning the corseted ladies for his next adulterous feast. lakes and fountains.3254Hr. fax (+380) 48 751 51 . The stunning building was designed and constructed in the late 19th century. safe. pools. With its elegant interior and location at the epicentre of Odesa‘s art and culture scene.2493Hr. etc. hotel@morskoy. air-conditioning and satellite TV. but are luxurious and packed with goodies such as air-conditioning. junior suite 4500Hr. 1 apartment 9137Hr. All rooms come with satellite TV. PHARLG� KDCW hhhh Maristrella Club Vannyi prov. tennis The staff was very helpful and fluent in English. www. tel. its understandable why this hotel so easily lured Pushkin. 7 junior suites 3327 . Q15 rooms (standard 2750Hr. kuyalnik@ukr. Can you see him across the room? He‘s perched attentively on a card table stool.4897Hr. 1 apartments with a terrace 4800 .2117Hr.5700Hr).morskoy. etc. (+380) 48 785 50 Morskoy Kryshtalevyi prov. PTHAR6UFLGKDCW hhhhh Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. PTAFLKDC�W 90 90/(+380) 482 33 90 95. golf field. 28 stardsrds 1585 . The price includes breakfast and the use of all facilities. 12 superior 1500 . en. English speaking staff that can help with information and arranging excursions. this is the oldest mud resort in Ukraine. PHARFLG� KDCW hhhh 77 77/(+380) 482 37 69 00. The 26 rooms (ten standard. Casa d‘Italia and La Terrazza. fax (+380) 48 750 99 76. Otrada‘s Beach Club is unrivalled in Odesa: relax in the pool or sauna and get pampered at the beauty centre.hotel-otrada. one eye tracking his bet. 2 apartment 3200 . www. extra bed 531Hr). hair-dryer. and sun-seekers tend to stay. The hotel was built recently so rooms are fashionable and modern.14 where to stay new 00/(+380) 482 32 44 44. luxury@maristella-club. spa. etc. VIP lounge.15000Hr). room service. There are 15 top notch rooms ranging from 1750Hr-3250Hr per night. Kuyalnik mineral water has been proven to improve gastrointestinal Two of the city‘s most celebrated eateries. 4 junior suite 2200 . Odesa Region. (+380) 482 33 Health Resorts Kuyalnik Resort Kuyalnik Liman. www. (+380) 48 751 51 13. dine and party long into the night at one of Arcadia‘s many restaurants and nightclubs.3050Hr. offer-up fine European and Ukrainian cuisine. but a variety of impressive amenities stand in its place and include a swimming pool. Located on the coast 13 kilometres from the city centre. A Luxurious 5 star hotel on the seaside outside the centre. billiard. Also.inyourpocket.maristella-club.

www. wirelesses Internet. secured Internet connection and stunning views of the bay.1000Hr. 9 suites 1000 . fax (+380) 48 731 47 23. 3 junior suites 950 .com. PHAR6UFLGKW hhh Frederic Koklen F-2. www. 65026 Odessa. There is also a fitness centre and conference hall. The design and comfort of the rooms and the level of service definitely warrants more than a three star rating. Q27 rooms (1 apartments 1800Hr.Q27 rooms (5 singles 880Hr. tel.1320Hr. a mini-bar.1575L. exhibitions and galleries. Columbus‘s restaurant presents an enticing selection of gourmet seafood. gym and round the clock service. and Odessa G-1. Other mentionables include breakfast buffet. min-bar. Breakfast is included in the room charge. Panorama is located on the 19th floor and is famous for its spectacular sea new Villa Venezia Kamanina 16. www. The excellent location on Deribasivs‘ka a private tel. For those in need of relaxation. The multifunctional. fax (+380) 48 729 46 23. 4 suite 2275 . hotel@odessa-hotel. but have a welcome home feel. tickets to theatres. www. The set of amenities includes Q216 rooms (22 singles 500Hr. For those looking to burn a few calories. a telephone. Q10 rooms (2 standard Ayvasovsky sits on a hushed street a few doors down from the Opera and Ballet Theatre and Philharmonic. The popular restaurant offers European and Italian cuisine with Italian chefs at your venice. 4 junior suite 1380Hr. 5 junior suites 1320 . (+380) 48 728 97 77. individual tour guides. 9 doubles 1095 . They must be doing something right . high-tech conference hall that can accommodate up to 300 and the banquet hall with seating for 250 make this the best conference venue in the city.1540Hr.2985L. 1 junior suite 1655 . Bunina 19. 737 55 53/(+380) 48 737 55 54. This hotel caters to all tastes. air-conditioning.koklenhotel.ayvazovsky. 113 doubles 500 . Q8 rooms (5 standards 850Hr.all 26 rooms were booked when we visited and they could only show us around the elegant lobby. PHAW hhh (+380) 482 30 09 04/(+380) 482 30 09 05. this magnificent hotel has it all and then some. 72 junior suites 550 . which are designed in classic style.where to stay 15 13.2863Hr. (+380) 482 35 68 09.1100Hr. airconditioning. POARFLGKDCW hhhh 35 68 01./fax (+380) 48 728 03 37. or the satellite TV and views ideal for people watching. extra bed 350Hr).1855L. The restaurant serves up scrumptious European and Japanese cuisine (banquet room seating for up to 85 available). Breakfast not included.mozart-hotel. frapolli@mail. hotel-columbus@mail. tel. 1 suite 1460 . www. A small cosy boutique hotel Frederic Koklen is located in the historical centre of Odesa and is surrounded by all main sights of the city. a variety of excursion programs and boat tours. safe.odessa-hotel. extra bed 100Hr). sauna. tel. Rooms come with air-conditioning. PTHAR6ULGKDW hhhh opening in june 2011 Chorne More (Black Sea) F-5. laundry services and car park. and loyalty discounts are available (ask the front desk for details). bar. mini-bar and safe. International telephone connection. satellite TV. tel. safe and air-conditioning are standard in all rooms. Efficient service ensures speedy check in/ You‘ll find a Turkish bath. The 4-store 19th century building contains 17 rooms. +380 482 37 77 77 reservation@mazart-hotel. Prymors‘ka 6A. com. a 2 suites 1 suites . The rooms are definitely up to snuff and come with satellite TV. (+380) 48 728 03 34. Services available with additional charges include mini-bar. The accommodation rate includes a continental breakfast.800Hr. fax (+380) 48 737 55 9 standards 880 . and a casino and concert hall are also at your tel. Rishelievs‘ka 59. Other services include airport and rail station each is unique. Odesa boasts two elegant restaurants. 9 superiors 1100 .ua. There are 10 fully equipped rooms in 3 categories ranging from 1287Hr. 7. indoor and outdoor pools. PTALGKDW hhhh Frapolli G-2. tel. In the hotel you won‘t find 2 similar rooms. Nekrasova prov. 2 apartments 2700 . PHARKDCW the comfortable refined bar is open around the 11 doubles 1180Hr. This quaint yet stylish hotel is located on the coast in one of Odesa‘s most romantic and prestigious etc. The rooms are elegant. Named in honour of the famous Crimean painter. extra bed 350L) www. www. Jacuzzi and massage parlour in the health centre. Hotel‘s windows overlook either old streets of Odessa. minibar./fax (+380) 482 Upmarket Ayvazovsky G-3. but rooms are relatively small and don‘t come with a balcony. Business services are also available and include Xerox and document scanning. extra bed 350Hr). (+380) 482 34 26 36/ (+380) 482 34 69 34. solarium and massage parlour are just steps away. venice-hotel.columbus-odessa.frapolli-hotel. (+380) 48 729 48 08. blacksea@bs-hotel. 3 apartment 2863L). Rooms are magnificently decorated and come equipped with cable TV. air-conditioning. Ukraine tel. tel.1680Hr.3355L.700Hr. There is a sauna. www. (+380) 48 Columbus Novoberehova 90. info@ayvazovsky. faxes. 2 junior suite 1737L. A small meeting room equipped with modern goodies can be booked and accommodates up to 20. tel. and many extras including round the clock service. and the luxurious interior justify its popularity. Lanzheronovskaya Str. fkhotel@gmail. extra bed 220Hr). Afraid May .July 2011 odesa. Deribasivs‘ka 13. 5 mansard 1180Hr. the hotel has a relatively impressive swimming pool and fitness centre. fax (+380) 48 728 11 34. Q17 rooms (1 singles 1095L. 3 suite Located on Odesa‘s central dock overlooking the bay. VAT (20%) not 2 economy rooms 620

PHALCW Mid-range Deribas F-2. Q33 rooms (singles 580Hr. 7th floor.000Hr. (+ 380) 48 705 Lermontovskiy I-5. (+380) 48 722 64 08. com. 15 suite 1070 . budget and style both in the centre and near Arkadia beach. The area and hotel continue to attract a mostly Eastern European crowd and westerners may find familiar services lacking and the atmosphere somewhat Lermontovs‘kyi prov. PHAR6LGKDC hhhh Palladium G-6. sauna. PHARUFLGKDCW hhhh 30. Conveniently located on the most popular street in the city centre. parking and laundry. Each room comes with a semi kitchen.1370Hr). tel. Q studio rooms from $30. double occupancy to 1.prominada. Hrets‘ka pl. We found the staff friendly and English speaking. Odessa Apartments offers a large variety of fully serviced apartments in the prime centre of Odesa. and very affordable with a great buffet breakfast included. and can accommodate up to 3. The hotel hosts a popular restaurant and night club. www. suite 1900 . There are discounts for early bookings. fax (+380) 48 760 14 62. two rooms from $ tel. info@octyabrskaya. This hotel is located ten minutes walk from Deribasivs‘ka in one direction and the train station in the other.450Hr. a telephone and a mini-bar. three rooms from $70. Services include a restaurant. fax (+380) 48 728 78 99. 2. a yacht club and seaside restaurants . Suite 745. true to their Odesian roots. All rooms are decorated in lovely light tones and are fully equipped. 72 superiors 1265 in.make this an intriguing possibility for summer Afina Odesa In Your Pocket odesa.890Hr. standard 500 . (+380) 48 728 77 Prominada Fontans‘ka doroha 143.hotel-palladium. Q23 rooms (17 standards 865Hr. Italiis‘kyi bul‘v. sales@prominada. (+380) 48 717 78 77/(+380) 48 717 78 Other amenities include Turkish and Finish sauna. 4. The hotel‘s conference hall accommodates up to 30. Prices range from info@odessaapts. The architecture resembles an old style house and is out of town 5 minutes from clean beaches. Rooms are equipped with cable TV. Apartments for every ample parking and access to the spa and gym at nearby Hotel Maristella. Dmitrenko as a mansion. extra bed 100Hr). PW Apartment rental Centre. a climate control system.1465Hr.1600Hr.1140Hr. depending on the season and amount of persons booking. The rooms are PW Ekaterina F-3. It is located right in the city centre. fully equipped. doubles 600 . Q158 rooms (55 standards 1081 .740Hr. massage. All rooms come equipped with air-conditioning and satellite TV.1815Hr. Hrets‘ka 25. suites 800 . junior suite 1600 . 10 suites 2745Hr. Most rooms have air-conditioning and some luxe rooms come with balconies overlooking a sleepy courtyard. and there is catering available as well as a handsome discount at a nearby restaurant. Located five minutes walk from the railway station. www. (+380) 67 708 55 01/(+380) 67 484 52 The hotel is located next to Lermontovs‘kyi Sanatorium . You‘ll have to book a “premium” if you desire a mini-bar. com.550Hr. Q12 rooms (suites 650 . four & five-rooms from $120..800Hr. www. The complimentary light buffet breakfast is served in the quaint café that features Ukrainian bathrobe or slippers. PHARLGKDW hhh 40 50. but the staff is more or less capable and. small conference room. are friendly and always willing to help. 2 junior suites 1135Hr. tel. 21 doubles 670 . However. 3 suites 1595 . The courteous staff is at your service and the entertainment and relaxation amenities are contemporary and impressive. lermonrovskiy@ ukr. The hotel is named in honor of Catherine the Great who in 1794 issued the decree to found the town “the pearl near the sea” and named it Odessa. swimming pool. PA Odessa Apartments Palladium is a modern hotel with an ultra stylish interior. café.1900Hr. The building was originally created by the famous architecture Ju. Jacuzzi and Russian PHALGKDCW hhh Oktyabrskaya H-4. satellite TV and Internet connection. www. Each room is uniquely designed with Italian furniture.900Hr).1281Hr. tel.a short walk from the beach. Kanatna 31. welcome@hotel-palladium. Free airport pick-up.a tremendously popular destination for health rejuvenation and relaxation during Soviet times. There is a conference room. 6 junior suite 820 . (+380) 48 728 88 63. 1 presidential suite 6600Hr). Q (economy 400 . There is very little information available in English. is fully equipped. Deribasivs‘ka 27. www.hotel-deribas.700Hr. 1 apartment 1950Hr). The hotel really stands out against the rundown back drop that is the sanatorium. tel. www. com. www. Rooms are neatly remodelled to the local taste and come standard with refrigerator. Q 57 rooms (17 singles 570Hr. . Economy class rooms have a shared bathroom. the location . Q (standard 1300 .M. Chornomorets Tennis Club. business 550 . fax (+ 380) 48 705 40 51. The 3 categories of rooms range from 1. booking@hotel-ekaterina.16 where to stay of heights? The Black Pearl is situated closer to the ground and serves European and Ukrainian booking@hotel-deribas. 15 junior suites 1800 . (+380) 48 794 43 64/(+380) 67 559 01 01. travel services.

ua. 23 doubles 660 . 1 wedding suite 925Hr). Q49 rooms (economy rooms 600 . 30 junior suites 685 . Located on legendary Frantsuz‘kyi Boulevard. Banquets can be arranged for up to 45 people. and 2 economy The three modern conference rooms are perfect for both large conferences and small business meetings. www. The café and bar are on the ground floor.centralhotel. fully equipped with kitchenette. Yunost is also known for its enticing specials such as the wedding and honeymoon package and unbeatable deals for business groups. conference hall (up to 80 persons). 22. Preobrazhens‘ka 40. info@rso.July 2011 . Corny jokes aside. beauty salon. tel. The café and Mediterranean Terrace offer guests a variety of tasty dishes. 8 junior suites 700 .com. 7 Elite. fax (+380) 48 728 75 73. banking. extra bed 150Hr).odessaexecutivesuites. 40 suites 795 880Hr. dvorik@online. room service and a business centre. apt. Q152 rooms (18 singles 380Hr. 9 economy rooms 200 . apartments 3200Hr. Apartment hotels Odessa Executive Suites F-3. as is the English speaking front desk. Very competitive prices. extra bed 100Hr). junior suites 1250 .745Hr. PHAR6LGW hh 48 738 04 17. www. Is the glass half empty or is it half full? Is Tsentralnyi a great value or do you get what you pay for? You be the judge. Yunost offers affordable rooms and spacious conference facilities.450Hr. Also free phone calls to anywhere in the world! Q12 rooms (12 Total rooms ). 6 luxury. There are 6 categories of room. 1 suites 1100Hr. odesskij-dvorik. tel. www. you‘ll have to share a toilet.800Hr. suites 1550 . standards 700 .hotel-yunost. PHARUFLGDW hhh Tsentralnyi (Central) E-3. comfortable. supermarkets.where to stay 17 (+380) 482 36 58 05/(+380) 48 726 84 06. tel. tel. Other notable services include Wi-Fi. travel services. phone. 12 nightclubs. fax (+380) 48 738 04 07. tel.and the botanical garden are just a short walk/ride from the hotel. Moderately priced. Free transport to and from airport and free long distance phone calls to most countries. and banks. electronic safe. fax (+380) 48 726 86 89. Q51 rooms (7 singles 300 . Very modern with sat TV and computer with May .1450Hr. If you opt for a cheaper room. Q20 rooms (suites 100 . 1. Chervonyi prov. cafes. mini-bar. restaurants.od. 64 doubles 380Hr. transfer. Rooms range from the bargain Twin Economy to the posh Wedding Suite (also a great value).700Hr. (+380) 48 738 04 04/(+380) Renaisance Suites Odessa G-3. (+380) 48 249 62 gymnasium. Uspens‘ka 19. That‘s right. and internet access option. admin@centralhotel. www.this may be the ‘key‘ to a satisfying parking. OES is American managed. the rooms have had some remodelling.Odesa‘s coastal dining and entertainment epicentre .inyourpocket. parties and standing receptions can be booked for as many as 60.1080Hr. PRW odesa. and WiFi zone.155US$) (+380) 48 787 01 11/(+380) 48 700 5666. All rooms are modern. The location is a definite plus. with an English speaking staff and situated within walking distance to all attractions.P room“. Rishelievs‘ka 11. massage. 15 Standard .od. air-conditioner. car rental. This hotel has a unique design with a „V. parking. with TV. Great location in the centre with a friendly English speaking staff. (+380) 48 777 72 71/(+380) 48 784 53 46. reserve@hotelyunost. Arcadia Beach . www. The hotel includes restaurant (Jazz Cafe). We liked the bright rooms and fully equipped kitchen.1750Hr. the complimentary slippers are a nice touch and the communal toilet is PHAR6FLGKDW Yunost Pioners’ka 32. Be nice to the Soviet-era ‘key lady‘ who patrols the halls . breakfast included. PAR6KD Odesskiy Dvorik Residence H-4. .shalanda. The hotel features four half-lux rooms (a bit tight) and two lux rooms. they are written by native English speakers living in the city they are writing about. PKW Passage E-2. P6GK Hostels 375Hr.od. All information is also available on the publisher’s” The New York Times “Most of the traditional guidebook companies now have decent is also well worth a browse. it has managed to keep some of its charm and offers an affordable alternative to the megaprice joints you‘ll find on and around Deribasivs‘ka The helpful staff speaks some English.od. with friendly staff speaking basic English in a good central location. Mala Arnauts’ka 60. com. advanced booking is recommended. Magic Bus Backpackers F-3. Air conditioner and cable TV come standard. 8 standard 350Hr. with the shashlik and Odesa-style sudak being among the favourite items. 36 junior suite 369 .com. a great kids section. tel.od. Popular terrace seating is also available.” The Guardian “You do not even need to pack a guidebook: just pick up an In Your Pocket when you arrive.Qdouble odesa. bar and salon round-out the available services.18 where to stay Press Box “Solid. Breakfast is included in the room rate and is served until 12:00 (perfect for late night partiers).” International Herald Tribune Odesa In Your Pocket Guest House new 785 16 53/(+380) 48 785 16 52. The hotel has 24 rooms with a double bed in each room and are priced based on the view (rooms with sea views come at a premium). grand@gmail. 69 standart 238 . That can lend itself to frank. Q14 rooms (2 economy 300Hr. fax (+380) 48 728 55 02. 7. PA6LGK hh Pal‘ma I-5. www. The restaurant is open 24 hours and has an eclectic menu with tasty grill and fish items. borsht. Koblevska 42. www. tel. Though primitive.hotel-palma. almost nothing has changed about this place since the Brezhnev years. Hrets’ka 4 suites 678Hr). Qdouble 220Hr. PARW De Rishelie F-4. with plenty of advice and information either freely available or downloadable for a fee.” Sueddeutsche Zeitung “The In Your Pocket series of guide booklets have turned out to be highly useful in avoiding tourist traps and other travel hazards.odessa. dorms 140Hr. www. tel. babushka. www. Rishelievs‘ka 30. Shalanda is located 30 metres from the beach and every room comes with a sea view.od. www. suite 800Hr. suite 500Hr. 4 superior 400Hr).passage. salmon. (+380) 97 833 33 58. Popular with young couples.od. tel. (+380) 482 339 339. All rooms are equipped with TV & WiFi. dorms reliable information on everything from where to book a reasonable B&B to how best to spend 72 hours in a city. Preobrazhens‘ka 34. (+380) 48 728 55 00/(+380) 48 728 55 01./fax (+380) 48 725 74 16. its free downloadable city and country guides are compiled by locals and regularly updated.that‘s how close you are to the beach. palma@hotel-palma. they have become a European publishing phenomenon. apt. (+380) 48 Budget Mirage I-5. Once a prestigious hotel. The guides are free to download and print off as pdfs and have information on where to eat and stay and what to see on European city breaks. this website is a (literally) priceless first stop before your holiday. The rooms‘ amenities (i. matter-of-fact advice about your destination rather than jaded impressions from world-weary professional travel writers. tel. steaks and a succulent grill selection. busofmagic@gmail. Very cosy atmosphere in a renovated mansion. (+380) 63 070 55 35.odessa. Q standard 300 .com./fax (+380) 48 787 10 10. Lanzheron beach. dorms 165Hr. info@mirage.” The Independent “The secret of the In Your Pocket guides is that. apt. The café has a bit of everything for breakfast. Q junior suite 600Hr. TIU Front Page E-2.inyourpocket. The European-Ukrainian restaurant offers up hearty dishes such as Waldorf salad. this place would be completely swamped . but inyourpocket.” The Irish Times “With so many European cities now within easy range of a low-cost airline flight. unlike many expensive travel guides. Concentrating on both well-known and more offbeat European destinations. Lanzheron beach. 16.Qdouble 375Hr. lunch and dinner. the phone. Mirage is a popular seaside destination for families with small children. tel.” Simon Calder The Independent & LBC Radio “In Your Pocket: a cheeky. Q133 rooms (23 economy 140 .378Hr.190Hr.mirage. tel. If a tidal wave ever hits Odesa.e. derishele@gmail. 2nd floor. Ukrainian dominates the menu. Q 11 doubles 650Hr.derishele. A mix of Lonely Planet and Time Out. Rooms are modern and come with views of the sea or a courtyard garden. well-written series of guidebooks.400Hr. The Babushka Grand Hostel F-5. A Georgian restaurant.” The Times “In Your Pocket guides are each written by an English language writer who lives locally. PR6LGKW hhh Shalanda Lanzheron beach. (+380) 96 834 40 74. facets and light fixtures) are working Soviet-era tel.594Hr.

lakomka. (+380) 482 24 51 45.inyourpocket. There is a beautiful aquarium and children’s corner.24:00. Indeed. it’s a museum. Authentic Japanese food located right in front of the Opera. (+380) 48 725 84 12/(+380) 48 731 54 27. Lanzheron Kumanets F-2. The specialty we tried was the delicious “Kobe Beef” accompanied by one of their famous handmade desserts. Once on the second floor you’ll find a tasteful restaurant wrapped in lush greenery. PTAEG Beach.restaurants Symbol key P Air conditioning 6 Animal friendly T Child friendly A Credit cards accepted I Fireplace L Guarded parking V Home delivery E Live music G Non-smoking areas X Smoking section B Terrace W Wi-Fi internet access 19 Gourmet’s Haven Odesa has always been a haven for gourmets (even during poor old Soviet times). If you’re not in the mood for something raw. We felt we were transported to Thailand the first moment we entered. Preobrazhens’ka 25. Not surprising for a city by the sea. QOpen 08:00 . gift shop. (+380) 48 726 98 06. (+380) 48 784 88 48. and the menu (in English) doesn’t miss a dish from babushka’s cookbook. In the historic centre. PTALVGBSW Tokyo House G-3. €€€€. QOpen 09:00 . PAGBSW Compot F-2. The name derives from a special Ukrainian dish. Proceed through this aromatic maze to the spiral staircase.23:00. smoking and non smoking. Middle-Eastern and more. A popular coffee and sandwich hangout for local youths. Odesa‘s proximately to the sea means culinary utopia for fish lovers. PAEGSW Asian Devarana Tenysta 9/12.July 2011 Khutorok u Morya I-4. PTAGBS odesa. this is an extremely popular summer destination and is a wonderful place for travellers to acquaint themselves with traditional local cuisine. When it’s cold. Compot is a beloved traditional Ukrainian beverage with a simple recipe: take some fruit. English menu with reasonable prizes. (+380) 48 729 48 58. PGB Ukrains’ka Lasunka F-2. Mexican and even a Waldorf salad.devarana. friendly and speaks some English. www. tel. tel.23:00. tel. Ukrainian. Sun 10:00 . freshest. Fri. QOpen 24hrs. Rishelievs’ka 11. and a spa with authentic Thai message. With so many establishments to choose from.24:00. The infusion of new cuisine into an already ethnically rich culinary tradition resulted in an impressive range of options including American.23:00. The menu is a smorgasbord of culinary favourites. The café embodies the recipe in that it’s simple. Italian. The Ukrainian menu is moderately priced and filled with specialties. Shevchenko’s Park. delicious and has a very sweet location right in middle of Deribasivs’ka vul. gold. It’s to your advantage to be a bit loud yet jovial as the wait staff is either very busy or busy being lethargic.22:00.23:00. tel. QOpen 10:00 . tel. Ukrainian dominates but you’ll also find French. (+380) 482 35 81 52. PTAGBSW Gallery F-3. (+380) 48 735 38 73. An Idaho farm boy and a butcher’s daughter from California’s cattle country. Ukrainian tradition requires that diners throw back a shot of samohon (homemade vodka) to stimulate appetite before indulging. There is also a very completive sushi menu with The design is traditional Japanese which has won major The first floor is home to one of city’s biggest flower markets. you‘re never more than a couple steps away from your next dining experience. baked chicken with garlic. www. exciting specials are on offer from 9:00 . Got the munchies? What better cure for your predicament than sushi? Tokyo House is open 24/7 throughout the summer Mala Arnautska 109. €€€. This is a quaint and pleasant café of SwissUkrainian décor not far from the centre. Rishelievska 38. and European. tastiest cuts of meat. The design is unique. (+380) 48718 18 18. Panteleimonivs’ka 70. The restaurant offers tribute in the form of a menu loaded with traditional Ukrainian cuisine. a children’s playground and proximately to summer attractions makes this a top pick for families. With an unmatched setting on the edge of Taras Shevchenko Park near Lanzheron Beach. boil it down. French. Deribasivs’ka . Dishes at this Ukrainian themed eatery rip will flavour: we knew our guests wouldn’t be disappointed. Devarana is not just a restaurant. Sushi. www. PALVGBXSW Kobe G-2. check out the scrumptious selection of hot dishes. www. almost indescribable. PTA6LVEBSW Tsyplenok Tabaka E-5. we hope that our guide serves as the solution to what can be an overwhelming question: What‘s for dinner? U Facilities for the disabled S Take away Ukrainian Alpina-varenychnaya F-4.12:00.24:00. the restaurant is located on the second floor of the Gallery building. Lanzheronivs’ka 9. The food is cooked by the chef right at the table.compot. tel. The pork dishes drip with succulence and the hearty soups are meals in themselves. An English menu displays their tasty meals and snacks. €€. and reverts to regular hours in the fall. tel. POALVGBSW May . With such a vibrant 19th century Ukrainian village atmosphere it’s easy to imagine what it must have been like to dine at Taras Shevchenko’s cottage. We tried the homemade cherry varenyki and it hit the spot! It is a great place if one enjoys the constant blaring of techno music. (+380) 48 728 77 75. English menu is available. The décor is mahogany. (+380) 48 722 18 48. Live Ukrainian folk music. but the boom in quality and diversity that has taken place over the past decade is unprecedented. Spanish. QOpen 10:00 . like being transported to a Ukrainian and well priced to fit the experience. Throughout the warm months the restaurant makes use of delightful and popular park-front terrace. tel. a gallery. Only fresh and natural products are used.kobe. Greek. QOpen 12:00 . QOpen 10:00 . Mexican. €€€€. QOpen 09:00 .16:00. www. The staff is young. Deribasivs’ka 17. our friends are used to the finest. porcelain.23:00. bring a translator or order Sushi. Q Open 12:00 . The cuisine is Thai. this was the culinary highlight of their trip. QOpen 12:00 . com. tel. We took a couple visiting from America to It is conveniently divided into 2 distinct sections. Jewish. Havanna 7. This technique works in drawing attention in a good way.24:00. SPA 10:00 . a shrine to the Thai royal family. don’t forget to sweeten and whala… you’ve just created a tasty refreshment.xutor-ok. tel. add water. So if you don’t speak Russian. tel. They offer a 20% discount on all menu items from 02:00 . they have an extensive seafood selection.24:00. Also at F-5.odessa. Asian. (+380) 482 37 69 46. Sat.

The meat dishes. Could it be a conspiracy or is it just fortuitous that this exquisite European restaurant is located just steps away from the statue of Duc de Richelieu? Famous for its seafood. €€€. Yakitoriya was actually featured in the Russian magazine entitled “Best Interiors”. and there‘s also a store selling mugs and other Deribasivs’ka 15. but the servers are fluent enough to help you through the ordering process. tel.02:00. Also at F-2. the grand veal and the flounder in a signature sauce. Mouth-watering reasonably-priced grill 3. Katerynyns’ka pl. PAILVEGBSW Corvin F-2. rougher around the edges counterpart on the third floor. PAVEGBSW Bulgarian 4 Bolgariana (Four Bulgarians) F-4. With more than 800 different whiskies on hand from all over the world. mostly English speaking staff will help you make the right selection. QOpen 10:00 . American pool. tel. www. Fri.20 restaurants Brewery Lustdorf Lustdorfs‘ka doroha 140B. QOpen 11:00 . even the exterior dining area is stunning and stops many patrons from even entering the main dining hall.lustdorf. If your car breaks down on the road from Arkadia Beach back to centre. veal or pork roasted with vegetables and served in a wine sauce). Indeed. No English menu available. live music and enthralling shows draw crowds on weekends. QOpen 09:00 . One word: Krušovice 4. (+380) 48 738 45 45. €€€. Mytna pl. The fish lover in your group will snap to attention as he or she discovers the menu’s fabulous fresh from the mark section. QOpen 10:00 . €€.24:00. The neighbourhood can be described as rundown industrial but the restaurant is a class above the surroundings and has the fastest Wi-Fi connection we’ve yet to encounter here in Odesa. QOpen 12:00 . This beer restaurant is popular for its relaxing atmosphere and traditional fresh German brew. pub and tel. Corvin has all Irish bases covered. Here are the top five reasons why Odin will have you coming back every week: 5. soups and its simple but romantic ambiance. PTALEBS Yakitoriya F-4.sip on something rare. Sun 12:00 . pork steak and chips. QOpen 12:00 . www. Known for its stunning and stylish interior.yakitoriya.e. Lanzheronivs’ka 17.24:00. Dobrovol’s’koho prosp. tel. Sat 12:00 . etc. €€€€. QOpen 09:00 .01:00. www. Rishelievs’ka 27.05:00. PALGBS Kavanakh Murphy’s Irish Pub G-2. Leffe. Newcastle.06:00. this is a fine place to hold up and wait for the tow truck. Scottish fish pie.bulvar-odessa. tel. but arrive to the table in relatively large portions. Pol’s’ka 12. etc. The pub is located on the second floor and offers a plethora of imports (Murphy’s. Sitting at the bar and swapping stories with the bar tender are encouraged. get there early as seating with a TV view is limited. Paulander.inyourpocket. snooker and Russian billiards on the second floor available 24/7 Not to be (+380) 482 34 97 Boulevard’s popularity is easy to justify. the menu is in English and the accommodating.23:00. The brewing process is on display. Sat. 81. Great lamb dishes highlight a bountiful selection of Irish favourites. (+380) 48 777 09 89/(+380) 48 777 74 70. 1A. The elegant restaurant on the second floor has a more exotic menu than its rowdier. homemade sausages. Sociable English-speaking staff Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. tel.01:00. are a bit pricey. €€€. The combination of climbing Potyomkin Stairs and the fresh sea breeze can really kick start the appetite. (+380) 482 36 47 80. The original European menu has garnered a following among locals and expats alike. Murphy’s boasts a relatively wide selection of brew on tap including Guinness (of course) along with other European and local favourites. tel. (+380) 48 777 96 Corvin’s main attraction is its unbelievable whisky club. tel.corvin. especially the exciting traditional Bulgarian . (+380) 48 755 77 77. €€. (+380) 48 777 02 03. They offer a substantial selection of hot and cold appetisers. PTAEGBSW Chas Pik (Rush Hour) Henuez’ka 1. If you’re going for a game. en. Both restaurants offer up fresh and authentic fare such as rack of lamb. (+380) 48 784 04 10. soups and salads. cheeses and the Bulgarski sach (large fillets of chicken. Each week the chef offers up a new dish of his own creation! Don‘t fret if you left your Bulgarian dictionary in Varna. PALVEBS Odin G-3. Find a comfy niche in one of the three halls or on the terrace. it’s impossible not to revel in this quiet niche . toke a savoury cigar and enjoy. and feast on mouth-watering items from the grill. Sun 10:00 . 1.od.chaspik. A whisky club. the itamae whips up some of the most flavourful and elegantly arranged sushi in town. Everything bursts with unique flavour. i. Concerts. Sat. Katerynyns‘ka 54/56. (+380) 482 35 70 37/(+380) 482 35 88 00.) and all blends of whisky. (+380) 48 777 03 39. We found 4 Bolgarina to be a welcome detour from the mainstream. PTAGBSW European Boulevard E-2. www.

The perfect place to bask in a mellow mood while sipping a cold brewsky and nibbling on something tasty. Odin brews its own exclusive delectable light. QOpen 11:00 . Captivating fish items are on the menu. tel.stare straight ahead at the giant decorative holding casks. romantic lighting and rich menu Oniks is a nose ahead when it comes to class. PAS Trium Tavern-Club I-5. Mala Arnauts’ka 69. private curtained off dining areas. QOpen 24hrs. BUNINA STR. The menu offers European. This French bistro offers wonderful lunch specials. your head violently back and forth until the room begins to sway bow to stern.” Live music entertains seasick passengers ThursdaySaturday. If you’re an early bird this place is just for you . and then hop across the street for a quiet lunch or dinner at Bagration. www.they brew their own German style lagers and ales on site. PALGSW Mexican Tequila House F-5. It’s a sociological fact that more surprise pregnancies can be linked to the consumption of tequila than any other booze on the market. With its plush satin interior. PTAILVEGBSW Wasser Maltz Biergarten F-2. It’s refreshing to find a menu chopped down to a delectable untarnished shortlist. cardamom. London Hotel. QOpen 10:30 . PLVGSW May . expect a hospitable atmosphere and impeccable service. Bunina 21. The country French fish soup. as the kitchen masterfully wields curry.restaurants 21 21. Sat 11:00 .). candlelight and delicate dishes will make your evening relaxing. 777 88 86. (+380) 482 34 46 40.: 34-74-01 WWW. saffron. tel. QOpen 10:00 . PA6LVEGBS Indian London E-4. Havanna 6. QOpen 11:00 . a loaded dinner men. PALGW Oniks but locals swear by the meat dishes that are all prepared in Trium’s signature style. etc. Fri. Listen to live music (Thursday ..23:00. coriander. French and authentic Odessian cuisine. However it’s highly recommended to come here in the evening also. etc.guzzle three to five tasty imported beers 2. Though Mexican cuisine is difficult to authenticate beyond the Mexican boarder. tel. PALEGBSW International Basilic G-3. Uspens’ka 13. Words like vogue and luxurious spring to mind. €€€. Nekrasova (+380) 482 32 84 84. red and green chilli.23:00. QOpen 12:00 . This is the most obvious launching point for travellers looking to explore Deribasivs’ka vul. turn left on Pol’s’ka vul. Deribasivs’ka 1.Sunday) while enjoying the romantic views of The City Garden. scrumptious French dishes and desserts and English speaking staff are just some of the highlights on offer. and 3. (+380) 482 33 93 22. and it’s a couple doors down. As with all facets of this elegant hotel.24:00.&#1084. Cosy and stylish restaurant is located on the first floor of the Frederic Koklen (+380) 48 784 53 78. live music and tranquil outdoor seating during the summer season.24:00.. chic interior. QOpen 11:00 . €€€. the prices are more or less reasonable. PTAG La Veranda G-3. tel. pâté and the province style lamb with stuffed vegetables all attest to the brilliance of La Veranda’s simple plan. There is also a huge selection of wine and deserts. Sofiivs’ka 23. Rio Grande. . cinnamon.. and when we asked the server if he spoke English he said. €€€. There’s no English menu. To get the full effect of being in the hold 1. Despite the ambiance. Uspens’ka 95.July 2011 odesa.24:00. Tequila House comes close.LAVERANDA. The art of seasoning is on display. (trium) in English means the hold of a ship. PTAI� LEGBSW French Café Sophie F-1. The beer is as fresh as it gets .COM. but can’t speak. (+380) 48 777 88 88. TEL. Indeed. tel. Sun 12:00 . and this cantina proudly serves 20 different brands (Sauza. The chimichangas are bursting.UA 1.breakfast are serving from 07:30.23:00. The menu is simple but delicious. QOpen 11:00 .24:00. “I’m like a Labrador Retriever… I understand everything. premium. when live piano music. (+380) 482 34 74 01. This is a fantastic venue for a small party and hungry kids. A much welcomed addition to Odesa’s culinary scene has landed at the London Hotel: wonderful spicy Indian cuisine! Luscious lamb. (+380) 48 737 55 52. the fajitas are always sizzling and the appetisers are just about spicy enough to fool you. The word &#1090. Start by paying homage at the statue of adored city founder Jose de Ribas. 7. (+380) 48 La Veranda prides itself on freshness.23:00. www. chicken and fish dishes fill a menu that also includes delicious vegetarian (a rarity in Ukraine).pivnoysad. Sierra. dark and red beer This superb bar and grill can be somewhat tricky to find.&#1102. tel. It’s best to head down Bunina vul. The impressive wine card.&#1088. as might be expected. the recent trend in Odesa has been to ignore freshness by packing the menu with an insane number of selections thus confusing the customer to the point when freshness becomes an illusion. QOpen 07:00 .

QOpen 11:00 . (+380) 48 715 Rozmarin Mala Arnautska 46A. This kosher restaurant is located between the Centre and the train station. this exclusive restaurant is crisscrossed by nearly all of Odesa’s romantic strolling routes. The relaxed atmosphere demands that one indulge and there’s plenty to indulge in. PG 54 55. His image does help in creating the light and cosy atmosphere that you’ll find at this Italian restorante. (+380) 48 725 00 09. PAS Pecheskago F-2. You’ll also find some classics when it comes to pizza: American style and Pizza al Italia. Italian and Spanish vintages. Descending into the cellar seating. It may not be sophisticated.picnic-cafe. Georgian Mimino H-4. €. the atmosphere is inviting. (+380) 48 786 03 kick back in one of the plush sofas. where feels no longer in Ukraine. If you were ever traumatized by the high school lunchroom.24:00. but the vibes have a way of keeping you in your seat ordering more.24:00. Great affordable kosher food.hotel-continental-odessa.22:00. you‘re likely to experience flash-backs as you enter Zharu-Paru. Katerynyns’ka 23. an enticing one day only fresh seafood selection is shipped in special from the (+380) 48 726 96 26. After dinner. tel. PALGBXW Pulcinella F-2. Breakfast starts at 07:00. Very friendly staff with some English spoken. Named after the famous Georgian painter Niko Prisomani. tel. menu is in English. QOpen 10:00 .22:00. Pecheskago gets our pick for the most enchanting dining . Deribasivs’ka 5. PTAULVEGBSW 46 44/(+390) 482 34 73 11. it also has Caucasian dishes and a Sushi menu. (+380) 48 726 75 33. à la carte eatery. QOpen 08:00 .24:00.22 restaurants Self-service While the West may have its fast-food chains.24:00. Walking in. PTJALVEGBSW Casa Nova G-2. boiled. QOpen 11:00 . (+380) 482 33 25 08/(+380) 482 33 25 09. Fill the hole for only a few bucks! QOpen 08:00 . smokers may revel in the unique flavour of a Fortuna cigar and this is the only place in town where you can sip on a Birra Moretti. This Georgian restaurant boasts a remarkable menu. tel.inyourpocket. www. Havanna 10/12. Traditional Ukrainian is available for your selection and the service comes with a hint of a smile. Special Israeli style dishes are served. Steaks and other meat dishes drip with flavour. tel. QOpen 07:30 .24:00. The wine card is also impressive with fantastic French.24:00. complete with Georgian TV. (+380) 48 726 09 79. Don’t forget to take a fat wallet.rosemarinoodessa. Fresh seafood items highlight a menu of unmatched European tradition and zest. but it is cheap and cheerful and the food‘s surprisingly good. Voyage is owned and operated by the luxurious Continental hotel and offers one of the most elegant dining experiences in Odesa. along with an excellent wine list. Rishelievs’ka 30. Seating available for While not so large. 21) offers one of the most exhilarating views of the historic city centre. Located under the Great Choral synagogue in the heart of Odessa. Live music every night during the summer season and Thursday . which includes vegetarian dishes. €€€. the Puzata Khata located on the sixth floor of the Europa shopping centre (Deribasivs‘ka vul. tel. (+380) 482 33 Jewish 03 74. tel. family friendly. (+380) 48 777 30 10/(+380) 48 777 30 11. and the prices very reasonable. A fantastic choice for starting or ending a romantic evening. Hrets‘ka 45. Zhukovs’koho 2. We’re still scratching our heads trying to figure out what the long nosed. PTALVEG� BSW Pirosmani F-3. €€. Italian lovers won’t be disappointed as the inventive fresh fish and grill items perfectly compliment the homemade pasta. Every Saturday. All restaurants in this chain offer a satisfying selection of traditional Ukrainian dishes. it’s easy to imaging life in a quaint Caucasian village. Closed Sat. We tried the grilled salmon which was delicious. Enjoy inventive arrangements of local and European favourites such as Château Bryon and Black Sea flounder.23:00. Albeit a low budget.16:00. enjoy the view of City Park wrapped inside a domed glass enclosure. masked. Closed Sat. €€€€. Also at Uspens‘ka 28/30. Hrets’ka 35. Deribasivs‘ka 21. QOpen 10:00 . abide by western standards and are fluent in English. This is pretty close to real Italian food! A great variety of pizzas and pastas.23:00. The wine selection is enormous and the dishes are authentically luscious. tel. QOpen 09:00 . PTJA6LEGBSW Italian Casa Italia F-2. The staff is warm and friendly and tries to speak some English as does their menu. Q PAGBS Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. Fri 11:00 . www. P Hevron F-4. we were immediately impressed with the lovely Roman design. English menu offers mainly Italian cuisine. w w tel. QOpen 12:00 . PAUGS Zharu-Paru F-3.pecheskago. Katerynyns’ka 8/10. affordable family prices and fantastic location make this a must for Italian lovers. Puzata Khata F-2. fried and baked dishes all laid out before the client ready to be mixed and matched. Are you the adventurous type? Try the pizza with tuna fish. The dome comes off in the summer to reveal a terrace perfect for an exclusive outdoor dining experience. The interiors are inventive and usually combine a 19th century theme with a touch of local flare. (+380) 482 34 Picknick F-3. classic comedic hero Pulcinella has to do with pizza. The service was friendly and quick. These low budget marvels offer a wide variety of fresh. www. but in Georgia. the convenient locations and value for hryvnia make this an essential stop for those strapped for cash or time. It’s a nice place in the centre. Deribasivs’ka 4. After dinner. tel. The inimitable Italian style grill. (+380) 48 701 12 06. It’s not that menu items are over the top price wise. €€€. Great Georgian menu with affordable prices. All servers are professional.02:00. Fri 10:00 . Throughout the winter. we here in the East have something far better: self-service restaurants. www. The decor is simple seaside and the prices moderate. suck on a hookah and enjoy the live music. Pastera 11. However. tel. but again the seafood on offer is not to be missed and includes a fabulous sea bass and dorado dish. Lanzheronivs’ka 17. PAIVEGSW Voyage G-3. The kitchen is open late.15:00.Sunday during the colder months. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 11:00 . with seating for tel. Prices are reasonable for this enjoyable eating experience.

and Disco music on Saturday and We tried the Cutlet Alekandrovskaya which was fantastic. www. but prices aren’t too over the top making this a must for fish lovers rich and poor. but inside its all about the beef and vino (wine). The calzone was a bit salty.24:00.od. We saw beautiful paintings and collections of crystal and porcelain on display. €€€€.ua. We tried the house specialty. and best of all its round the clock service. This place is definitely worth a visit. Odessa style food and a meditterian grill. The method of preparation is up to you. bright simple design. aromatic and reasonably priced.July 2011 . Like being at a Russian style dacha. fresh squeezed juices. QOpen 10:00 .ua. available in English and reasonably priced. PTABSW tel. Housed in a mansion built at the time of Russian Emperor Alexander II and was a haven for musicians and art lovers.20 per person €€ €10 .com. steam boiled or grilled. PAGW Porto F-3. tel. Lovely. www. Bunina 15. Odessian Dacha Frantsuz’kyiv bul’v. The Gardens are lovely and spacious with a fountain. but tasty nonetheless. Frilled with antique furniture and always different paintings and photographs on display in the ‘roving’ art gallery. QOpen 12:00 .od. It is now home to the Odessa Philharmonic. Reasonably priced with European. Steakhouse: Meat and Wine F-2. QOpen 09:00 . (+380) 48 785 55 85. with friendly staff and English menu. tel. (+380) 48 741 33 31. It was designed by the famous Russian architect Alexander Bernardazzi and built in the 1890’s. PTAGBSW 23 Price guide The average price for a main course: more than €20 per person €€€€ €€€ €15 . The cuisine is Hrets’ka 19. There is smoking and non smoking sections and a supervised children’s area. There is an English menu and someone there to speak all major languages. QOpen 11:00 . etc. www. €€€€. This unique restaurant is located in the famous Odessa landmark building “The New Stock Exchange”.23:00. Traditional Odessa cuisine and a European breakfast menu.od. There are many delicious dishes on the menu that don’t include beef. tel. They stage great holiday specials and entertainment events such as art demonstrations. 85. the price on many fish items is listed per 100 grams. tel. However.restaurants Zara Pizzara G-3.inyourpocket. The menu also pulsates with a variety of fresh salads. (+380) 48 737 38 38. Zara’s atmosphere is lively. Deribasivs’ka 20. (+380) 48 725 11 11. Prices are moderate to pricy. The inside holds up to 150 and in the summer there is a Renaissance style summer patio. ‘herringfroshmark”. PAGW Russian Aleksandrovskiy H-5. www. This is a unique opportunity not to be missed.15 per person € less than €10 per person Mediterranean Bernardazzi G-3. philanthropist and collector. tel. Texas. Zhukovs’koho 33. €. The locals like to congregate out front and pose with the statue of the red and white zebra-striped cow. and a Japanese menu. tel. The menus are hand written in English and moderately priced. tel.24:00.dacha. The Italian fare is robust.24:00. It was owned by the famous Odessa merchant Joseph Konelskiy. (+380) 48 728 77 55. occasional live music and showings of Chornomorets football games. The City Garden. There is a spacious terrace for eating right in the park. lasagne and juicy pork and veal dishes. QOpen 24 hrs. Ukraine to Odesa. The ambiance is modestly elegant. There are regular concerts.steak. Odessa flavour. There are VIP tours available. Handmade cigars were a specialty of the past and still available. The cuisine is Russian and French. pasta parties and cultural events. There is a wine cellar and “cigar room”. making it perfect for the whole family. (+380) 482 34 87 82. but don’t be ridiculous! The sirloin here is so succulent that you’ll think you’ve been beamed from Odesa. Smack dab in the centre is this lovely ivy covered café. PTA6GBW Shef Café G-2. There is outside seating in the Summer. sports TV. (+380) 48 714 31 19. (+380) 48 728 88 88. but not too rowdy.bernardazzi. Situated in a colonial mansion with beautiful gardens. Bielinskoho 13. Highlights include fresh spinach salads. The walls are white washed with wooden floors and the bathrooms are cast iron. PALGXW Klarabara F-2. herring with potatoes-delicious! There are homemade drinks. Deribasivs’ka 5.01:00. There is seating for over ask your server the approximate size of your selection in order to cut down on confusion when receiving the bill. PALEGW Porto prides itself on offering Odesa’s freshest selection of seafood from the Black Sea and Mediterranean. QOpen 12:00 .com May .klarabara-apt. www. Like eating in a museum! QOpen 12:00 .aleksandrovskiy. items may be sautéed.shefcafe. Q PGBW odesa.

PTALEGBS (+380) 482 33 90 55. PAULGSW Wine Lavinia F-3. (+380) 48 784 02 68. tel. (+380) 48 734 11 11. exciting for locals craving only those things glitzy.22:00.23:00. DJs) it’s designed with some real class and is worth checking out. The enchanting immaculate interior and the unmatched selection of exquisite seafood make this one of Odesa’s most popular dining destinations. Like many of IT’s competitors. Allow us to recommend a romantic after dinner stroll . Fashion TV. The pickled watermelon. A great place for a coffee and a chat. salads. PTALVEGBSW Cafés theme of this ultra stylish café might be described as Victoria’s Secret meets Betty Crocker. Bunina 29. (+380) 48 784 07 08/(+380) 48 784 02 03. The exceptional feature about IT is that IT has. This cosy place is named in honour of the writer Mikhail Bulgakov author of the world famous novel “The Master and Margarita”. QOpen 10:00 . PGBS 34 08. Sushi is the craze these days and Fanconi has not merely jumped onto the Japanese bandwagon. There is no English menu and there was a struggle to be tel. Beluga caviar and roast veal all explode with rich authentic flavour. tel.24:00. The décor is really a minor “shrine” dedicated to the author. the most extensive selection of café style beverages in the city.24 restaurants Balalaika F-2. QOpen 09:00 . The live piano adds another level of lure to the ambiance..23:00. A lovely little French Café in the centre. the location and elegant atmosphere more than justify the fifteen minute taxi ride. Marazliivs’ka 1G. (+380) 482 34 66 66. cakes. €€. Wonderful pastries. tel. Lanzheronivska 26. www. Other mentionables include fantastic terrace seating on a more or less quiet intersection and a modish energetic crowd. try one of the tantalizing beef.24:00. The staff is friendly and speaks some English. If you’re not in the mood for fish. tel. PGB Bulgakov E-2. Each room is uniquely designed to make one feel as if in a cosy apartment. Hrets’ka 5. Katerynynska 31/33. fashionable and new. The atmosphere we found very formal. A tasty selection of soups. P Fashion Café IT E-2. A part of the Morskoy Hotel complex. €€.City Time is located just metres from the beach. pasta. (+380) 48 715 02 22. You’ll notice right away that this is not a part of the popular American Red Lobster franchise . That said.24:00. A very popular wine store with a small restaurant upstairs. PA6UL Seafood Chervonyi Lobster (Red Lobster) H-3. (+380) 48 722 66 61. tel. tel. There is also a large selection of whisky and liquors. sushi. it’s important where you rest. but is apparently steering it. The menu offers tasty European dishes although a bit on the pricy side. QOpen 11:00 . Fanconi was established in 1872 making it Odesa’s oldest café. tel.. and if the open grill doesn’t wet your pallet you don’t deserve taste buds. The secluded curtained-off seating for larger groups is a posh exclamation on what’s sure to be a loaded experience. QOpen 07:00 . QOpen 09:00 . QOpen 24hrs. The Food is traditional Russian and moderately priced. Choose from a variety of succulent dishes including grilled sturgeon and salmon. The décor is modern and fits the wine theme quite well. The prices are moderate to a pit pricy. The menu offers an exciting introduction to the local cuisine that is sure to keep any comrade warm. (+380) 48 737 Ribon’ka G-6. Soborna pl. The City Time Kryshtalevyi prov. Sun 10:00 . The fresh homemade mozzarella is a top pick as are the unforgettably rich desserts. The stylish yet relaxing ambiance affirms Bunin’s motto: “It’s not important where you work. QOpen 10:00 23:00. PALBSW 71 51. and a saxophonist entertains every Sunday. tel.” Q Open 12:00 . 1/1. (+380) 48 777 Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. Kanatna 85. perhaps. P Bunin . shrimp and scallops. QOpen 11:00 .23:00.03:00. Feel free to hum the Beatles’ “Back in the USSR” as you enter this eatery set in a carved out cosy wooden interior and adorned with balalaikas and other traditional knickknacks. €€€. Katerynyns’ka 15/17. (+380) 482 34 58 51. steaks and grilled meats are on hand. there is very little linking this famed café to its noteworthy past: disappointing for those hoping to sneak a peak into Odesa’s history. there was no English menu and communication was very difficult. pork or mutton dishes. The enticing pick of seafood and kabobs is worth checking out. POA6LGBSW Fanconi 1872 F-2. Katerynyns’ka 12. Perhaps the only features to have remained constant throughout its history are the scrumptious unfortunate association for such an elegant restaurant. Advanced warning for the indecisive: the plethora of exhilarating Italian selections will have you banging your head against the table in an attempt to choose just one. IT has an impressive selection of dishes to choose from.24:00.22:00. The fresh lobster is an obvious favourite as is the open-air courtyard. Sat. The specialty here is seafood from the Black Sea. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 10:00 . Although this café is a trend follower rather than a setter (i.inyourpocket. They offer an ample selection of sushi and the karaoke lounge kicks off nightly at 20:00. DJ sets add some flavour Friday and Saturday. Morskoy Hotel. One can choose wine at store prices and have it served with the meal at no extra charge. Bize F-2. tel. and cookies. PAULVGBSW Biscuit G-3. 2. Preobrazhens’ka 30.morskoy. There is live music on the weekends.e.

We gave up on ordering Moroccan and went for the borsht. the leafy green salads and select splattering of fish dishes are particularly palate-arousing. The menu offers a robust selection of salads.July 2011 . etc. QOpen 10:00 . Attentive charming service and the comfortable setting make this a great choice for afternoon tea or a couple pints with your mates. on the other hand. Maner (Манеръ) E-2. P6UVBSW 74 73. However. Fancy draperies. Like many of its competitors. Unlike many of its competitors. (+380) 48 777 47 47/ Napoleon E-2. PTALGBSW 731 57 77.inyourpocket. 4. They’re also adequately equipped to handle lunch and dinner. PTAUIVEGBSW (+380) 482 37 85 90. breakfast and business lunch specials are available. When the locals finally roll out of bed they tend to congregate at their favourite cafés where they soak in the fresh aromas and quietly recover. You’ll find American mixed in with some Italian and splattered with some local grub. but it’s quiet and relaxing indoors. tel. Firstly. Get two cocktails for the price of one from 21:00 . Belgian. tel. Katerynyns’ka 12. This is more of a meet-up-before-clubbing joint.24:00. PAUGBSW Simge Arkadia Beach. The food was decent (Ukrainian fish and grill items top the menu). Hrets’ka 50. (+380) 48 784 02 03. Bunina 24. tomatoes. QOpen 24hrs. (+380) 48 785 07 01.23:00. tel. No English menu but the staff is fluent. Tucked away on a pedestrian only garden walkway just off of Deribasivs’ka vul. The server was very attentive and charming. tel. Seating is comfortable and the mood is uncommonly mellow for a café set on Arkadia Beach’s boardwalk. tel. Pol’s’ka 14.e. Soborna pl.24:00. Secondly. (+380) 48 737 35 86. Many of the dishes have extremely vivid names. uncomfortable comfortable-looking chairs. like alley-cats licking wounds. rather than a morning coffee place. two turn tables. (+380) 67 178 80 76. QOpen 10:00 03:00. 1. it’s hard to hear yourself think outside. the champagne arrived to the table with a plastic cork. The price was right and the shade and sea breeze on the terrace was just what the doctor ordered. (+380) 48 Sakhar H-4. Bazarna 19. the doors opened and instant satisfaction! Sakhar has breakfast starting at 16Hr and coffee. peppered steak (quite tasty) and mashed potatoes instead. The menu is eclectic enough to satisfy all in your party with the most note worthy items being the iced coffees (latte. They put out great seasonal and breakfast specials such as an omelette with vegetables. Maner falls into the category we like to call Odesian chic. tel. The indoor seating is incredibly homey. Need one for the road? Shyko offers a 20% discount on coffee and dessert to English menu nor English speaking staff. mochachino and frappuccino) a rarity for this part of the world.02:00. croutons. Ultra elegant interior and outdoor seating is available.23:00. It’s like sitting down for a meal at your aunt’s house. the menu does offer something for all tastes. tel. we watched as the bartender made a cappuccino with instant coffee. Their specialties come from the grill with the sturgeon shashlyk topping the list. Love’s staff showers guests with affectionate service . You be the judge. veal on the bone with ratatouille. silent niche inside for a mellow conversation with friends. The menu and service is exceptional. It was 9:35. QOpen 08:30 . tel. but with a location like this it really wouldn’t matter. PLVENGBS May . That was the good. You’ll have to wade through a mix mash of Ukrainian. PTAUGBSW Shyko E-3.02:00. tel. and the outdoor terrace is the perfect setting for those looking to charm the one-night-stand. QOpen 09:00 . Local and European dishes dominate the menu. This place has a rather eclectic menu. The entrance to this British (no sh** Sherlock) theme café is actually on Bunina. etc. the excellent coffee and breakfast starting at 16Hr more than compensate for the language barrier. A gigantic Hugh Jackman gawked at us with his trademark smirk from across the room as we sipped our tasty tea. Zhukovs’koho 17. Grand Prix has a laid back Italian café meets motor sports theme to it. Ukrainian. (+380) 48 724 61 15. The only problem is finding one that caters to the early-bird westerner . woo the mailorder-bride or adore the once-in-a-lifetime-perfect-soul-mate. Soborna pl. Love is more of a restaurant than a café as it has an impressive menu (English available). but value for hryvnia was debatable. which arrived to the table with a shot of rich chocolate and a smile. PALGBSW Marrakesh H-5. now for a shortlist of this joint’s deficiencies. Shyko is tucked away just off Hrets’ka pl.most cafés don‘t open until after 9:00. QOpen 09:00 . Jewish. The owner declared the coffee to be “the best in the city”. boiled quail eggs and mayonnaise. Italian. Quaint seating on two levels is available along with cosy street side tables. Enjoy the curbside seating or find a cosy. (+380) 48 722 05 70. tel. QOpen 09:30 . Finally. Situated near a busy intersection. PAILW 25 Odesa Coffee Scene With all the new establishments popping-up. QOpen 09:00 . cheddar cheese. it certainly is delicious).com Siesta Dali F-3. Most places offer extended and often extravagant menus making that trip to a restaurant a redundant gluttonous frill. (+380) 48 717 Paradnaya No 1 E-3. “don’t teach your grandmother to suck eggs” breakfast and “salmon in two sauces” (so what if the name of the salmon dish isn’t witty.24:00. “Stubborn Billy Salad”. Also at Sofiivs’ka 23. cursed and kicked the curb like a ravenous mental patient. Odesa‘s historical diversity is represented in the variety of its cafés. complimenting the already established favourites. The focus is on romance. sushi.. Greek. baguette with grilled sausages. American and Italian dishes to find anything associated with Marrakesh. Great daily. hookah.restaurants Grand Prix F-3. this is a must for coffee connoisseurs. the elixir of life. PTAEGSW odesa. consists of chopped cucumbers. QOpen 09:00 . from whatever adventure they happened upon the previous night. (+380) 48 716 53 93. POA6ILGBSW Love Café F-2. Uspens’ka 5. smoked ham. theoretically it is possible to visit a different café everyday and never see the same place twice. Simge offers a welcome retreat from the sand. QOpen 10:00 . sun and surf. for example. (+380) 482 49 67 14. tel.01:00. The “Caesar” salad. QOpen 24hrs. i. Where they found this recipe is anyone’s guess. We stopped in for a cappuccino. Preobrazhens’ka 28. “This place doesn’t open until 10:00!” I sulked.22:00. Everything about the atmosphere is familiar: from the comfy stripe-pattern sofa to the cockatoo chirping in the corner. Don’t forget your pocket dictionary . traditional soups and tasty meat and fish dishes. Middle Eastern and French establishments all put their own original ethnic spin on the drink that connects us all: coffee. P6LS Sherlock G-3.they speak English too. Those dishes with familiar western names are actually bastardized versions of the real thing. Out front you’ll find a small but popular patio. paced. and was jonesing for my morning cup of joe.

This may be unchartered waters for greenhorn westerners. the service is tuned to a different frequency than what is standard in the West. Diysno is a laid-back neighbourhood pub/ restaurant where locals come to suck the guts out of tasty signature shrimp dishes and pound Ukrainian brew (eight varieties on tap). Zaslavs’koho 27.40Hr. PALGW Gambrinus F-2. tel. QOpen 11:00 . out of the way in a dimly lit neighbourhood. Gambrinus is not only the name of the unofficial patron saint of beer brewing. We had planned to stay 20 minutes but ended up leaving after four and a half hours. The pool table’s smack dab in the middle of the pub . PAEW Pivnaya Bochka (Beer Barrel) F-5. please put your shirt back on. The highest concentration of clubs is along the shore with most pubs and bars dotting an already rich entertainment landscape in the historic centre. P6LBS Glasgow E-4. “Sir. tel. Don’t take this the wrong way. PTALVEBSW tel. QOpen 11:00 . Known for its scrumptious cakes.26 nightliFe Take the city’s raving locals. but these are trivial side notes to the pub’s real appeal . The menu (in Russian only) offers an ample selection of traditional salads and soups and reasonably priced steaks and other meat dishes. The cavernous upside down hull adorned with mementos from the sea puts one in the mood to set sail. Live blues and rock until the wee hours of the morning and the best bar staff in town. tel. PGS Bars & Pubs You know you’re having too much fun when the bouncer taps you on the shoulder and The atmosphere is cosy and the staff is friendly. While many pubs shun Odesa’s roots. www. you’re scaring the other guests. London Hotel.this is an exceptionally inviting neighbourhood pub with the city’s friendliest staff.” Blues Bar rocks! Also. To do this. You must master the art of getting their attention. Victor the bartender reminded us that “The secret to a happy life is don’t plan… just be. O’Neil’s is extremely popular with expats. you don’t have to swear your allegiance or sing “You’ll Never Walk Alone” in order to get great service. which is best accessed via Lanzheronivs’ka vul. Q: What does a Scotsman/Irishman/Ukrainian wear under his kilt? A: Lipstick. but before you do be sure and sample the pork leg in sauce or the Gambrinus special (dorado with peppers and onions in a mint almond sauce). mix them with adventurous foreigners and infuse maniacal vacationers and you’ve just created the most beautiful concoction of partiers anywhere in Ukraine. Deribasivs’ka 31. it’s easy to get carried away . (square).” Veselyi Roger is located on Mytna pl. Diysno Dobre Pyvo F-3. Don’t worry.24:00. Pushkins’ka 76. PEBS 48 784 08 98. but you might want to keep your Man United kit concealed under your jacket. Being a popular hang-out for . On our way out the up on local events while ordering from a menu full of classic bar/grill favourites. Devolanovs’kyi Uzviz 1. (+380) Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. www. (+380) 482 35 57 59. the service isn’t bad. On the bright side.dikiy-z. bartender and even the barmaid are diehard Liverpool fans. QOpen 24hrs. (+380) 482 33 55 07. Mickey O’Neil’s Irish Pub F-2. but a bit lacking in English ability. QOpen 10:00 . (+380) 48 728 65 38. The sign out font read the “the beer keg: loads of delicious dishes inside”. but don’t expect the server to anticipate your needs/wants. Zhukovs’koho 23.24:00. PS 57. Skipper abides by local customs when it comes to service. The owner. The beer’s cheap and the grub’s satisfying. This is an always welcoming oasis in what can sometimes be a foreigner hostile environment.right where it’s supposed to be. but also that of the outstanding local brew that flows in delicious torrents from this establishment’s taps. Admission 20 . this pub has the remedy for the British homesick blues. is far from ideal. Also at vul. This is a must visit for breakfast lovers and is one of only a few sports viewing venues in the city.please party responsibly. QOpen 09:30 24:00. Preobrazhens’ka 66. a quiet pub located in the lobby of Hotel London. With the help of the overtly friendly locals. calamari and the dried fish that hangs from stringers above the bar like sinister Christmas decorations. is an urban wasteland complete with crumbling buildings and sidewalks and skittish alley-loitering junkies. Uspens’ka 95. it’s a passable joint for sports viewing and you get to fawn over local waitresses who prance about in sailor costumes. this is the first place where when I asked for the menu they gave me a newspaper . you’re sure to find Odesa’s scene charged as the pubs and clubs convulse with the kind of lust that cries out for just one more night. tel. The dishes are delicious and the beer is cheap and tasty. This is a popular stop for boisterous football fans with local games regularly scheduled for viewing. (+380) 48 728 14 53. (+380) 48 726 36 Skipper Pub E-5. Torhova 51. and for good reason: familiar food. The extremely courteous bartender at Glasgow. between Zhukovs’koho and Bunina. Its popularity among Odesians is due in large part to the availability of tradition beer munchies such as krevetki (shrimp). The top section of Devolanivs’kyi vul. The location. this fine watering hole embraces them with a big Popeye the Sailorman’s hug.24:00. tel. (+380) 48 721 53 tel. Deribasivs’ka 13. PBS Veselyi Roger (Jolly Roger) G-2. inventive cocktails and “real” English tea. The pub sits like an alluring emerald on the end of Deribasivs’ka vul. QOpen 11:00 . QOpen 24hrs. Venturing out. Excellent English speaking staff ensures minimal confusion. (+380) 48 722 43 62. proudly sports a kilt. QOpen 24hrs. Live music is staged just about every night. Blues Bar Dykyi Z (Wild Z) E-4. confidently and clearly say “devushka” if your server is female or “muschina” if your server is male.

This huge modern complex has everything. Clubs 728 84 82. PALW Palladium G-6. especially after the winter thaw.Sunday) while enjoying the romantic views of The City Garden. table dancing and blatant flirtations with the opposite sex. driving in Odesa can be a hairraising experience. The DJ spins the house and you bring the funk.nightliFe Wasser Maltz Biergarten F-2. Hali Gali “Sir. The kitchen whips up first-rate food (menu in English). Italiis’kyi bul’v. Captain Morgan’s proudly encourages lewd and wild behavior including shots. Chaikovs’koho prov. Another problem is the decrepit traffic especially the all-important centre The club is divided into different zones. in a good way.500. sun lounge. They are not all that bright. QOpen 09:00 . unless you have a special green arrow next to the red light. Nostalgia is on special in the Disco Bar. and a healthcare-VIP complex with Turkish bath. watch out for the numerous speed traps! According to Ukrainian law. and Whisky Bar stimulates light conversation with muted background tunes. This place is infectious. The fact that the city is laid out on a grid makes finding your way around relatively simple.just hold your arm out on any street if you don’t believe us.24:00. Traffic patrol will soon be required to use video and photo surveillance for all traffic stops. PAL Taxi In Ukraine every car is a potential taxi . Pantera Express tel. maybe. Listen to live music (Thursday . spa pool. tel. The hotel has 23 rooms ranging from standard to superlux. You’re scaring the other guests. tel. but the basic laws of social ecstasy prevail throughout.July 2011 . Foreign vehicles can stay in Ukraine for no more than two months. tel. (+380) 48 Dykyi Z E-4. PLEGX YO Club G-3. QOpen 10:00 . Havana 6. this place was filled with the screeching clamour of factory equipment. On the ground floor.03:00. QOpen 09:00 . Preobrazhens’ka 66. (+380) 48 728 65 66. Just make sure that other drivers understand your intentions. QOpen 21:00 up on local events while ordering from a menu full of classic bar/grill favourites. Joker tel.palladium. Sat 11:00 . With a mix of narrow streets and reckless Michael Schumacher wannabes.70Hr. for obvious reasons. Forsage tel. but be sure to settle on the amount before getting in to avoid giving the impression of having bottomless pockets. www. Admission 50 . QOpen 20:00 . (+380) 482 32 23 22. (+380) 48 785 67 27. often go missing. (+380) 48 717 17 17. www. very popular with expats. Admission 20-40Hr. Pol’s’kyi Uzviz 15.and is best avoided. QOpen 11:00 . Popular with locals and expats alike. www. In this case you should do what the locals do and decide for yourself where the line is. Parking in centre can be difficult.01:00. tel. QOpen 21:00 . (+380) 482 34 20 00/(+380) 48 777 30 00/50 00. tel. (+380) 48 777 88 88. Live blues and rock until the wee hours of the morning and the best bar staff in town. and servers speak some English. tel.they brew their own German style lagers and ales on site. The days of being able to bribe your way out of punishment are coming to an end.russtriptease.06:00. but mind your manners. As you enter and exit the city. 3 bars. Ararat tel. tel. complete with private shows and table dancing and water-strip shows. Admission 80Hr. (+380) 482 33 32 22. May . www. as prices are usually fixed. www.inyourpocket. this is the first place that gave me a newspaper when I asked for the menu . No right turn on a red light.morgan-club. The menu is simple but delicious. lounge café. swimming pool. so you’ll have to haggle over the price with your driver. etc. Finnish sauna. Zhukovs’koho 30. The hope is that this action will lead to a decrease in some of the idiotic behaviours that have led Ukraine to having one of the world’s worst road safety ratings. Do you like models? Do you like models in lingerie? Do you like models in lingerie dancing on top of the bar? If your answer was yes to one or more of the questions above. Zazhygalka claims to put on a ‘non-stop striptease’ of beautiful dancers.24:00. a 14 kilowatt progressive sound system penetrates the marrow with trendy European club sets. The perfect place to bask in a mellow mood while sipping a cold brewsky and nibbling on something tasty. (+380) 48 720 00 00. Ordering a taxi by phone can help you avoid surprises. PAW Captain Morgan Metered taxis don’t exist. (+380) 482 37 10 30 Champion tel. Fines for moving violations have recently been increased.24:00. The beer is as fresh as it gets . Foreigners are fighting an uphill battle in getting a fair price. You know you’re having too much fun when the bouncer taps you on the shoulder and says. 4. The area around Deribasivs’ka and Hrets’ka pl.od. please put your shirt back on. The only drawback is the 50 UAH cover charge. Have fun. (+380) 48 722 17 18. Hali Gali is for you. Formula-1 tel. but with a little patience and a good eye you’re likely to find a free spot. Extensions can be obtained via registration with the National Auto Inspector ( ).ua. It is located near the train station and the staff is very friendly and English speaking. Katerynyns’ka 35 (entrance from Zhukovs’koho). This spaciousness establishment is. Fines for pedestrian violations have also increased. New seat belt and helmet laws will be enforced. What else would you expect from joint that displays a banner that reads “drink and dance”? A DJ spins atop the bar and all unconsciously convulse to the house and techno rhythms reign. Today. International licences can be acquired in your country of origin. but that’s chump change when you consider the good times you’ll have. Drivers can now expect to pay from 51Hr for minor violations to as much as 3400Hr for major violations such as drunk driving (Ukraine has a zero-tolerance alcohol policy when it comes to being behind the wheel). (+380) 482 37 15 15/(+380) 48 714 48 01. (+380) 48 728 14 53. foreign drivers must carry an international driving licence in addition to the licence from their home country.06:00.easy to get in but tricky to get out . Road markings. restaurant with Odessa and European cuisine. PA6LEGS 27 Driving in Odesa The condition of most roads in Ukraine is basicall y wretched. and sometimes it is difficult to tell which light is actually lit and which just has the sun shining on it to make it appear Not so long ago. PAEW Zazhygalka (Zажигалка) F-3.pivnoysad. works like Chinese finger-cuffs . nightclub-disco-restaurant with capacity for 1.” Dykyi Z rocks! Also.

Can you see Caruso. In the front corner of this building. As you take your seat. Deriba-sivs’ka. Scientist’s Palace F-2. Built as a residence for Count M. Passage E-2. local patrons were devastated. Opera and Ballet Theatre was Opera and Ballet Theatre Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. Prymors’ka. a yacht complex. He joined the Russian Imperial Army and fought in the Russo-Turkish War. a famous patron of the arts. 1. Unmistakable to Soviet people. Many westerners find reassurance in its contemporary glass and metal architecture. Chaikovs‘koho prov. Vibrant bronze statues of lions. built in 1809 and quickly established itself as the centre of Odesa‘s cultural scene. The richness of this venue‘s history is stirring. two toga wearing Greeks are battling over a gigantic Christmas tree ornament that seems to be holding up the entire structure. The Odesa Hotel casts a dominating shadow over the other sights and facilities that include showrooms. this structure is a wonderfully preserved example of prerevolutionary architecture. Hoholia 1. The scene is always colourful and there is an energy here that draws one listlessly across the cobble. The port not only welcomes vessels. The boy looks down philosophically at visitors who grab his toes and pose. The theatre was rebuilt in 1887 by master architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer. literary heroes and the eccentric sportsman Sergei Utochkin spring up from the manicured lawns and beg to photographed. He was later appointed by Tsar Alexander I as governor of Odesa. Opera and Ballet Theatre G-2. imagine Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff tapping their batons on the conductor‘s stand.28 what to see Odesa’s centre is densely crammed with fascinating. on and around the many monuments. statues and relatively rare centuries old architecture. Budapest. Constructed in 1803. Richelieu was exiled to Russia from France by Marie Antoinette in 1790. Paul I. Odesa’s first park is located just off Deribasivs’ka and was a gift from José de Ribas and his brother to the locals as gratitude for their trust and admiration. The chubby bronze baby busting out of a futuristic metallic egg in front of the port station is a representation of “The Golden Age“. Passage is known for its beautiful architecture and alluring sculptures that adorn the ledges above the alleyway’s boutiques. The count and his stunning wife. House with Telamons F-1. The city’s progressive planning and development is credited to his ingenuity and determination. Chaliapin. Odesa became one of the most important cities during the Russian Empire’s final epoch and its museums. His goal was for Odesa to be recognised as a truly European city. Yelena Grigoriyevna. The house was bestowed to the city by Baron Von Falz-Fein. The great-great-grandson of a well-known cardinal. Essential Odesa The City Garden F-2. established the first emergency medical service in Odesa and constructed the city’s largest and most elaborate library. but inevitably make their way to Deribasivs’ka vul. this is arguably the best place to grab a bite. Shobinov and Solomiya Krusceniski approaching the spotlight ready to flex their vocals? Is that Anna Pavlova and Isadora Duncan spinning pirouettes up against the backdrop? If the curtain could talk it would tell amazing stories of nearly 200 years of astonishing performances. where traffic is light and silence not an illusion. the street has been the centrepiece of various films. tel. The street was named in honour of José de Ribas. Contemporary Odesians rub elbows with tourists drawn in by the parks fountain . Sea Terminal G-1. Dresden and Zagreb. Though in need of some repair. a marine life centre and a marine art gallery.inyourpocket. an Odesian of German decent. (+380) 48 780 15 09/722 22 30. coins and medals from the time of Louis XVI.a popular place to relax and socialize. Prymors’ka 6. Odesa’s sea terminal was constructed in 1967 and restored into its modern shape in 2000. One of the city’s main attractions. One of the best theatres in Eastern Europe. one might describe this place as an architectural gem. When it burnt to the ground in 1873.Tolstoy. Deribasivs’ka E/ . unwind in a café or go for a stroll. Catherine II. An intriguing shortcut from Deribasivs’ka to Preobrazhens’ka. Sabanaiev Mist 4. Locals believe that touching the toddler will ensure a successful voyage. inspiring and unique attractions that draw foreigners in packs. Alexander I and Louis XVIII are embedded. Prymors’kyi bul’v. books and songs. If not for Ukrainians’ bad taste when it comes to balcony construction. A live orchestra stages regular performances. Documentation for this sight’s inclusion in UNESCO has recently been filed and is under consideration. Golden Child Sculpture G-1. but is a tourist and cultural centre as well. even the most pretentious traveller will be charmed by this passage’s uniqueness. Ukrainian and Russian tourists tend to head straight for the beach. These two brilliant designers solidified their reputations with the construction of theatres in Vienna. (street) in order to pose in. overflowing with amazing and rare relics. Statue of the Duc de Richelieu G-2. One interesting note: at the base of the monument. and is located on one of Odesa’s most beautiful streets. a Russian Imperial Navy admiral of SpanishIrish origin and hero of the Russo-Turkish War. attest to the cities former and current prominence.


Lanzheronivs’ka 4. Reopened in 1897. Mystetstv. the structure underwent profound reconstruction. The new cathedral promises to be a much needed centre for Odesa’s Lutheran and German communities. the synagogue was returned to Odesa’s Jewish community. (+380) 48 2 34 78 50. QOpen 10:00 . Due to the spooky atmosphere. Contrary to popular belief. it was not blown up. Saint Preobrazhensky’s Cathedral (Sobor) Soborna pl. the seeds of enmity for the existing order. Anyone with a Ukrainian mother-in-law will see right through this lie. Archeological Museum G-2. it was founded in 1825 and later moved to a specially designed facility in 1883. I. www. but cruelly disassembled. A local newlywed superstition requires that the happy couple secure a lock on the bridge’s steel railing and throw away the key. In 1936. contrary to its direct purpose.17:00. The prayer hall was transformed into a gym. QOpen 07:00 . Reminiscent of colonnades constructed in ancient Greece. Its façade and interiors are a mix of Florentine and Odesa In Your Pocket . Vorontsovs’kyi prov. and a pile of rubble marked the site until a recent movement to rebuild finally garnered necessary support. The most popular displays are the ancient sarcophaguses and the rich collections of jewellery and other precious artefacts. Closed Sat. some of which date back to 1000 B. Quotidian prayers are currently held here. A couple interesting historical notes: Teofil Richter. locals are convinced that the place is haunted. it is especially stunning when viewed from the sea. A mikvah (a pool used for ritual purification) was introduced and a bimah (pulpit) was reinstalled. tel. odesa. This is one of the longest bridges in Odesa. This is the largest of Odesa’s Orthodox cathedrals. A magnificently reconstructed citadel located on the site of on an ancient Greek settlement and Turkish fortress. Soviet authorities ordered the plundering and destruction of this architectural jewel. The arched lateral openings were blocked and classrooms were built in the balconies. it suffered many devastating assaults and misfortunes. This will ensure a lasting marriage. this museum inspires delight and wonder. it was the region’s religious epicentre.19:00. Alexander Pushkin’s Museum G-3.archaeology. Pushkins’ka 13.C. In the years that followed. played organ here and Leon Trotsky.” Established as a small house of worship in 1808. Vorontsovs’kyi Palace F-1. The ensemble of the Egyptian antiquities is the third largest in the former Soviet Union. The Central synagogue houses the office of Odesa Region’s Chief Rabbi Shlomo Baksht. St. the “Ohr Sameakh” weekly newspaper and “Ohr Sameakh” TV. and an expansion project was commissioned. Fire devastated the structure in 1976. Yevreis’ka Francesco Boffo. By the 1890s. most son-in-laws dream in vain of keeping mom out.000.odessa. In One of the oldest of Odesa’s museums. With elbow room for 12. children 6Hr. Excursions 40Hr. and its height was halved by an intermediate floor. In his memoirs. Paul’s Realschule “sowed in me. Next to the palace stands Vorontsovs’kyi Belvedere. better yet. Legend has it that a high-ranking official commissioned the bridge in order to be closer to his mother-in-law’s scrumptious dumplings.17:00. Restored in 2005.30 what to see State Scientific Library St. An impressive exhibit of the Tripolye. Closed Mon. history and traditions. perhaps with prison style walls and razor wire or. father of virtuoso Sviatoslav Richter. attended St. Closed Mon. tel. Paul’s was originally constructed in 1824. QOpen 10:00 . Trotsky wrote: St. Morandi in 1850. V. Chernyakhovo and other ancient Ukrainian cultures is on hand. In spite of the delicious home cooking. 25. tel. The Central Synagogue was constructed by architect P. Paul’s school. Paul’s was transformed into a sports hall. (+380 482) 22 74 53. Regular seminars on Judaism are hosted in the library. and the knowledgeable English speaking staff is on hand to answer any inquiries. the synagogue was seized and used by the Odesa Pedagogical Institute’s faculty of physical training. and St. Visitors to this museum will become acquainted with the adventures of Odesa’s most famous short term resident: the esteemed Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Lenin’s right hand man. Museums Teschin Mist (Mother-in-law Bridge) F-1. Banished for his political writings. bul’v. Rosh Hashanah 1996 marked the first time in decades that Jewish people gathered within the synagogue. Paul’s Lutheran Cathedral (Kir che) Novosels’koho 68. Even with its somewhat diminished collection. Each stage of expansion reflected the great leaps in development experienced by Odesa and the surrounding area. 2. as well as festivals that attract hundreds of worshipers. the congregation had outgrown the building. During the Soviet era. (+380) 48 722 01 71. The museum is dedicated to telling this story. by the beginning of the 20th Century it had expanded into one of the Russian Empire’s grandest Russian Orthodox cathedrals. a couple hungry Dobermans on patrol in the yard in case mom decides to drop in for another unscheduled visit.inyourpocket. The brainchild of Italian architect The Central Synagogue of Odesa F-4. Houses of worship were not immune to the radical changes that took place during Soviet rule. Pushkin found solace in Odesa where he spent 13 frui tful months. Admission 18Hr. The library offers an impressive selection of books and films on Jewish culture. what you see today is only a partial reconstruction of the original. the new church could accommodate up to 1200. Within its impressive collection. Convinced that this was the work of a master.50Hr. which was purchased by the city and inaugurated in 1899. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 12:00 . Regional History Museum F-2. they took part in an exhibition in Moscow. Small modern sculptures of beloved literary heroes and their authors adorn the museum’s “St. tel. If you only have time to visit one museum in Odesa. Petersburg were hit by a brutal storm. All of Odesa’s greatest celebrities have been gathered in one place: The Museum of Waxwork. Sebastian del Piombo. Closed Fri. Paintings and sculptures by Michelangelo. QOpen 10:30 . Enjoy excursions. Admission is free. Closed Mon. Besides literary exhibits.from ancient icons to modern art. Closed Sat. In the days leading up to the city’s 200th anniversary. The 26 halls host a variety of intriguing exhibits . conferences and cultural activities. Benua and Levitan are just some of masters whose art adorns the museum’s walls. tel. “St. manuscripts and the personal effects of writers and poets who lived and worked in Odesa (from Pushkin to Bunin) are on display. Catherine the Great. Closed Mon. silent portraits gaze down and draw you into their lost world. Literature Museum G-2. Last entrance one hour before closing. Who knew that numismatics could be so fascinating? This museum opened its doors to visitors for the first time on January 1. The most curious. thematic conferences and student oriented lectures. A notable display of publications including a 1581 Ostrozka Bible. children 5Hr. More than four thousand articles. The ‘Stara Odesa’ (Old Odesa) exhibit occupies the second floor. and in 1814 functioned as the secret meeting place for the establishment of the revolutionary organisation Filiki Eteria. David Teniers. www. Both works were proudly displayed in Odesa until. Closed Tue. the blundering thieves quarrelled. Detectives worked diligently.16:30. After further research. The ships that were transporting these and other valuables back to 31 Odesa Jewels Western and Eastern Ar t Museum G-3. Chervonyi prov. was lifted in one of the world’s most lucrative heists. children 7. oweamuseum.inyourpocket. two of the missing Hals masterpieces. Closed Wed. Sun. “St. book presentations. Admission 5Hr. concerts.17:00. the museum also hosts art exhibitions. They eventually crossed paths with a secret service agent.17:30. 20. QOpen 09:00 . Filiki Eteria (Greek meaning ’society of friends’) has been functioning in Odesa since 1979 as a branch of the Regional History Museum. The bad news is that the museum will be close until spring for this expansion. Luke” were painted in the 1620s and are two of the most valuable works on display in Ukraine. must see attraction is the subterranean grotto with a waterfall . Rishel’ievs’ka 4. Matthew” and “St. Ayvazovsky. which is also a functioning part of the museum. In 1958. The collection of relics from the Bosporan Havanna 4. engravings.July 2011 . Sun. 1999 in commemoration of the city’s 205th anniversary. She wanted six roubles for the painting. The fate of the two other pieces believed lost at sea has also become known. Vrubel. The history of the creation. Founded in 1955. the improbable happened. www. weapons. (+380) 48 725 02 students 20Hr. As you stroll the museum’s halls. (+380) 482 22 84 90. paintings. the world’s most distinguished ar t collector. Museum of Waxwork F-2. All four masterworks were believed lost at sea. Mark” has been in the hands of a private German collector for more than 30 years. Peter Paul Rubens. Does this museum sound familiar? Perhaps you heard the disturbing news. 2008 Caravaggio’s “Taking of the Christ”. A comparable painting was later discovered in the museum’s store room. May . Merisi da the museum has over 2500 coins and antiquities from various Ukrainian epochs. The priceless piece was returned in sorry shape. in fact. QOpen 10:00 . Works continue to be updated and expanded. (+380) 482 22 34 36. John” was sold at auction to American J. this is the one. On July 30. Paul Getty and is currently stored at the museum in Los Angeles that bears his name. couldn’t come to terms with local scum and began to proposition would be foreign buyers. in 1965. administration and activities of Filiki Eteria are on display. Admission 15Hr. metal-work.17:00. An expert from the Hermitage was the first to notice striking similarities between the stored piece and the painting purchased from the old woman. whose objective was independence for all Greeks from Turkish occupation. These buildings originally belonged to Maps. QOpen 10:30 . but miracles have been known to happen… The museum proudly presents two paintings by Dutch master Frans Hals. many of which are priceless. Experts feared that the work was lost. Admission 25Hr. an art collector was drawn to an old woman selling what appeared to be an ancient painting. The exhibitions are a stirring tribute to the heroic revolutionary members of Odesa’s Greek community.16:30. tel. While at the Pushkin Museum. but after two years of delicate restoration the painting was returned to the museum in miraculous condition. Topinin. This museum is located in the former private residence of Count Pototsky. are on display in 12 halls and represent the Odesa region from the 14th Century to the present. is a must see. Frans Hals and other masters are on display. (+380) 482 23 82 72.what to see Filiki Eteria F-3. Odesa opened the Greek Cultural Foundation. (+380) 482 35 71 36.hfcodessa. this museum’s exhibits are housed in a 19th Century mansion. www. Numismatics Museum F-3. an ancient group that inhabited the Northern Black Sea Region for approximately a thousand years. “St. tel. The good news is that the museum is expanding its display. lectures. experts concluded that these were. Pushkins’ka 9. (+380) 48 722 48 15. a 1606 Trebnik prayer-book and other ethnographic materials offer a literary peak into the time when Cossack’s ruled. Luckily. odesa. but hope of ever recovering the painting quickly faded. Luke” was savagely cut from its frame. (+380) 48 722 33 70. documents and household implements tell the story of the different peoples who fought and died for control of the region. purchased four of Hals’ evangelist paintings in Holland near the end of the 18th Century. tel. While perusing Odesa’s Privoz Market. the collector invited the woman back to the museum. Lanzheronivs’ka 2. Books. One ship sank and the other suffered extensive damage. QOpen 10:00 . This high society circle currently consists of 26 waxy individuals. Sofiivs’ka 5A. www. a painting valued at 100 million dollars. ideal place for a romantic hook-up. having spent a year and half rolled up in a tube and stored in a hot dry place. Fine Art Museum E-1. Roerich. The tale of how these paintings found their way to Odesa is truly amazing. Hrets’ka 33.16:00.odessa. It seems that only a miracle can bring this spectacular work back to Odesa. the museum generously gave her nine.

Potyomkin Stair factoids • Every year. and tickets to shows and concerts are also available. transfers. • Due to the winding coastline. Just what I always wanted. ua. How the stairs got their name On the evening of 14 June 1905. and built in 1837-1841.nemo. Sun 10:00 . 0 44 227 77 78/207 12 55/0 99 550 00 00. in. 2005 in honour of Odesa’s 211th jubilee.port. (+380) 482 729 38 03. 15:00. Sat 11:00 -15:00. The stairs were officially given the name Potyomkin in 1955. Dolphinarium but to the northeast. excursions. communicating and diving with dolphins.inyourpocket. • During the Day of Odessa. www. Prymors’ka 6. Travel time is 1 minute 10 seconds. tel. instantly recognizable stairs were designed in 1825 by architects Francesco fax (+380) 482 37 07 27. and then restored after the escalator broke in the 1990s. tel. These gigantic. QOpen 10:00 . The stairs became world renowned following the 1925 release of Sergei Eisenstein’s film depicting the mutiny entitled “Battleship Potyomkin.. Extremely popular with vacationers looking for an etched in your mind event. Sensing an opportunity. Restaurant and club reservations.8 seconds.diligence. info@primetour . The funicular consists of two wagons. All city tours are organised by knowledgeable specialists and conducted by experienced guides. each accommodating 12 passengers. it makes sense to book in advance. Yevreis’ka 24. 777 58 socialist revolutionaries mobilized the city’s dissident workers and took to the streets.” The film’s violent and climactic scene. Prime Excursion Bureau . the Prince Potyomkin of Tauris – a mutinous battleship of Imperial Russia’s Black Sea fleet – set anchor at Odesa’s port. office 17. (+380) 482 37 30 37.19:00. (+380) 48 777 25 50. children under 5 free.” The record is 22. suite 4. Shows times are Tuesday through Sunday 12:00. during the construction of Prymors’ka vul. Odesa hosts a race “Up the Potyomkin Stairs. www. www. (+380) 48 Potyomkin Stairs G-2/3. night show 120Hr. where they abandoned the Prince Potyomkin of Tauris. Odesa In Your Pocket 722 77 17. Avraam Melnikov and Pot’e. which he commissioned as a gift for his wife Elizabeth. QOpen 09:00 .ua. Admission 80Hr. Velyka Arnauts’ka 4. As the story goes. facebook. Duke Voronzov paid 800. Above and underwater photo and video sessions with dolphins and seals can be ordered. The largest dolphinarium in the former Soviet Union offers an unforgettable array of experiences including swimming.alvona.000 rubbles for the stairs. (+380 48) 722 00 11/722 33 11.”) Initially consisting of 10 ledges. Sat. replaced in the 1970s by an escalator. UkraineFare F-4. still lie beneath the pavement. Prymors’ka. odesa. Strekoza Bazarna 33. www. a celebration takes place on the stairs complete with a festive concert and fireworks. www.ukrainefare. www. It was built in 1902. The revolutionaries never managed to linkup with the mutinous sailors and the movement was violently squashed by Imperial forces. However. according to a marketing survey. 18:00 and 20:00.strekoza. A The new funicular opened on September 2. A night show on the weekend starts at 21:30. played on movie screens around the Join us on Facebook Dolphinarium Funicular To the right of the stairs. tel. Diligence provides high quality tourist services including accommodation. office 19 (gates lock code 24 (press together) last door in the right corner of the courtyard). set on the stairs. QOpen 10:00 . inform@ alvona. MKontraktova Ploscha. www. the Potyomkin Stairs actually descend to the sea not to the south as it may seem. Schekavyts’ka 30/39. in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Battleship Potyomkin Uprising. and Prymors’kyi bul’var. Diligence tel. as residents like to point out. eight stairs were buried Most of the mutinous sailors managed to escape by setting sail for Romania.32 what to see Potyomkinski Skhody City tours Alvona Pushkins’ka 8. (“Oh honey! Steps. vasha@strekoza. the original 200 stairs stretched nearly to the sea. Lanzeron beach 25.18:00. there is a free funicular that connects Prymors’ka vul. • The Potyomkin Stairs were voted the sixth the most beautiful stairs in Europe. Odesa Sea Port Tourist Bureau G-1.

took over as governor in 1815. jewellers. multinational Odesa continues to thrive. De Richelieu’s compatriot. but at themselves. and the Italians deserve much of the credit for the actual shape. the contribution of French Odesians extends well beyond winemaking. The Gates of Zion From “Odesa Mama” to “Hero Town”. the city’s most recognized feature. one of which is still embedded in a wall on the ground floor. Throughout the first half of the 20th Century. But there is no reason to loose sleep over it. and Jews continues to play an inseparable role in the city’s growth and prosperity. don’t expect the name to be restored any time soon. but your neighbour is neither a bum nor a thief. Not only is the name “Odesa” of Greek origin. During these trying anti-Semitic times. Designed by Frapolli. the city boomed. Dozens of nationalities alloyed into the beautiful creation we know today as Odesians. shoemakers. grain vendors. dockworkers. odesa. which is not only beautiful. printers. But what about the Germans? Surely. Filiki Eteria Odesa’s Greek heritage is not linked only to ancient times. Filiki Eteria (Society of Friends) was secretly formed in 1814 at a safe house located on Chervonyi prov. In light of their tremendous contributions. but the name was changed. Boffo designed the Potemkin Stairs. And what did Jewish Odesians do? Everything and then some. duc de Richelieu (say that five times fast) was exiled to Russia by Marie Antoinette in 1790. The Jewish community refers to Odesa as “The Gates of Zion”. Thousands immigrated from Germany. however. Frantsuzskiy Bul’var Don’t be distracted by the champagne with the Frantsuzskiy Bul’var label. On April 10th. it’s no surprise that their names have been immortalized in tributes including a statue of de Richelieu (Prymors’kyi bul’v. moneylenders. Italian Odesa The inscription on Odesa’s original coat of arms (1798) was written in four languages: Russian. Louis Alexandre Andrault comte de Langéron. Italian architects left an elegant mark on Odesa that continues to delight travellers. authorities attempted to deport all Greeks from the region. however. This atmosphere of mutual respect is credited to Odesians’ ability to poke fun not just at others. a small community remains. Greeks. Armand Emmanuel Sophie Septemanie du Plessis. Their objective was independence for all Greeks from Turkish occupation. French. The Nazi occupation of Odesa is still a sensitive issue locally. Odesa continues to be Ukraine’s centre for the Jewish community. their contribution to marvellous city warrants recognition in the form of a street name. But Odesa was not just a layover. Unfortunately. He established Odesa as a duty-free international trade zone.inyourpocket. the contribution of Odesa’s German community cannot be overlooked. After serving valiantly in the Russian Imperial Army. Odessos It’s only fitting that we begin our story of cosmopolitan Odesa with the Greeks. the Felix de Ribas House (Deribasivs‘ka 13) has remained intact for nearly 200 years. you’ll notice that the Italians. Odesa blossomed under his leadership. From humble beginnings in Odesa. Many Grecians immigrated during the industrial boom of the 19th Century. imagine toga and sandal wearing Greeks bustling about an outpost on the edge of a mighty empire. lawyers.July 2011 . this was not to be the final chapter in Odesa’s Grecian saga. Just as in St. and prosperity flowed to all levels of society. German. photographers and druggists.). Greek. locals have many terms of endearment for their beloved city. It turns out that there was a street at one time. Jews and even the Poles have streets named in their honour. The next time you’re strolling down Prymors’kyi bul’v. individual national identities have survived for generations and different cultures and religions continue to peacefully coexist. and people “have learned to laugh at themselves and at everything in the world. Many other Frenchmen found welcoming niches. it has had a large established Jewish population since the early 19th Century. As with the Greeks. and a small community continues to call Odesa home. On the contrary. World Club of Odesians explains that each of the city’s cultures is more beautifully ridiculous than the next. 33 German Odesa While perusing centre. Rishel’ievs’ka and Lanzheronivs’ka streets.take out one brick and the ceiling is likely to fall in on your bed. Political exiles and freedom fighters found a welcoming urban centre ideal for concealing and coordinating uprisings. He is also responsible for the Vorontsovs’kyi Palace. One thing can be concluded: each of Odesa’s cultures is like the bricks in the ancient apartment or hotel you happen to be sleeping in . he Duc de Richelieu was appointed governor of Odesa by Tsar Alexander I in 1802. A complete assimilation did not take place. they went on to play a critical role in the victory over the Turks in the Greek War of Independence (1821-29). For example. watchmakers. A progressive planner. gunsmiths. Dukovskyi Garden and Lanzheron May . ou Feuill Comerciale. As a result. we don’t have space in our tiny publication to detail the contributions of the dozens of other nationalities that helped give Odesa Mama her flare. even at pain and at those things they love. They worked as shopkeepers. Names like Franz Frapolli and Francesco Boffo will be forever embedded in the city’s history. Maybe he is right.” Armed with this wisdom. Those things that are sacred for you may be absurd for your neighbour. and inspire artists and writers. and Odesa’s first newspaper was the Messager de la Russie Meridionale. Austria and Switzerland in the 19th Century and made an immediate impact as coach makers. During Soviet times. A handful of Greeks survived this era of tyranny. and Italian. but apparently indestructible. the first banks belonged to Frenchmen. archaeologists discovered a 2600 year-old Greek settlement on the hill above the port. Brewing also fell to capable German hands. Each of these groups played significant roles in shaping this amazing city. it was believed that only Odesa offered Jews the possibility of a normal life. 1854 the structure withstood an Anglo-French bombardment of more than 200 cannonballs. doctors and artists. craftsmen. Petersburg. bakers. Jews set sail for Palestine from Odesa’s port. and a new wave of Italian prospectors has come seeking fortune in contemporary commercial markets. salt dealers. maybe not. Odesa was Eastern Europe’s melting pot. brands such as Santsenbauer and Kempe became regional favourites. That said.Cosmopolitan odesa From its founding in 1794 until the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. engineers.

(+380) 48 749 55 14. Also at Odesa International Airport. Odesa Holovna Train Station Odesa In Your Pocket odesa.18:00. office 17. Hertz G-1. (+380) 67 218 21 42/(+380) 67 218 21 41. www. www. tel. Directions are clearly marked in English in the main hall. com. QOpen 09:00 . vrc. To the left of the main hall you‘ll find waiting rooms. fax (+380) 48 749 55 There are two currency exchange booths.hertz. tel. but if you happen to get confused or lost don‘t hesitate to ask airport staff or one of the locals for assistance. the shuttle bus picks you up from the plane and dumps you by a steel gate next to the main terminal where a gauntlet of underhanded taxi drivers awaits. tel. Odesians have a tradition of service and are more open and jolly than citizens of other major ex-Soviet cities. fax (+380) 48 733 56 63. www. Austrian Airlines Odesa International Airport. telephones and a post office. com.25Hr. QOpen 09:00 . 1.malev. 2nd floor. Sun 11:00 .17:30. (+380) 48 725 14 18. Airline ticket offices tel. (+380) 34 79 06/(+380) 34 79 07. QOpen 09:00 . 16. Q Open 09:00 Chorne More Hotel. Sun. station administration and a secured luggage locker are all located on platform No. tel. ua. Polish Airlines Odessa International Airport. com.od. For international arrivals and departures and domestic departures proceed to the main terminal. toilets. Also at Odesa International Airport. www. fax (+380) 482 49 00 78. (+380) 48 729 33 58. Preobrazhens‘ka 15. plush seating in the service centre. (+380) 48 749 55 95.donbass.tavrey. (+380) 48 761 67 00. a café. QOpen 09:30 .com. Pushkins‘ka 19. an ATM.15:00. fax (+380) 48 749 55 13. (+380) 67 441 26 52.18:00. (+380) 48 749 54 Customs staff and many of the taxi drivers speak English. tel. The first aid station. QOpen 09:00 . Odesa International Airport is located approximately 10 km from Pryvokzal‘na pl. Long-distance Buses 721 63 54.34 getting around Car rental Odesa International Airport. www. As you proceed to the main hall you‘ll find the departure and arrival schedules. Airport Odesa International Airport. hotels booking and tour around Ukriane. so if at any time you get lost proceed to the main hall for reorientation. a service centre and a bank with currency exchange and ATM. fax (+380) 48 762 36 36. Sixt Odesa International Airport. An international information desk is also located in the service Central Bus Station Kolontaivs‘ka 58. tel. There‘s a waiting room with comfortable. Q Open 10:00 . In the halls to the right you‘ll find ticketing windows. elal. Closed Sun.17:00. tel. fax (+380) 482 49 03 07. If you need to stash your bags for a while the price for this service per day is 8Hr for small bags. tel.18:00. Odesa‘s rail station is the end of the line. For domestic arrivals. Upstairs is another waiting room. the charge is an additional 1. fax (+380) 48 786 00 06. 1st floor. (+380) 482 49 19 86.17:00.17:00. tel. odessa@carpatair. www. Rishelievs‘ka 59. Kiy Avia E-2. VRC tel. Prymors‘ka 6. 1st floor. (+380) 48 725 Europcar F-5. QOpen 10:00 .com.czechairlines. QOpen 09:00 .17:00. EL AL Israel Airlines Odessa International Odesa Holovna Train Station F-6. (+380) 48 728 62 87. The airport is small and unassuming. Turkish Airlines G-3. A 10 30/(+380) 48 725 00 (+380) 48 711 71 27. www. QOpen 8:00 .co. tel. 2.flyuia. odessa@avis. (+380) 48 734 57 77. Toilets are located in the basement.18:00. a café and an information booth (deserted both times we were there) in the terminal‘s main hall. 1st floor. If you would like to use your mobile phone. Carpatair Odesa International Airport. A Tavrey Airlines Frantsuz‘kyi bul‘v. you‘re already in centre.sixt. www.18:00. www.avodessa. QOpen 09:00 . QOpen 05:00 . office 1. Chaikovs‘koho prov. odesa@hertz. 15 for large and 30 for extra large. a news stand. (+380) 48 777 40 police office.europcar. Bunina 16B. The entrance fee is 5Hr and additional charges vary depending on what you want to do. airline representatives. QOpen 09:00 . fax (+380) 48 731 42 17.20:00.avis. www. www.austrian. tel. Sat 11:00 .inyourpocket. www. Sun. www.lot. QOpen 09:00 . (+380) 48 Trains tel. Closed Sat. (+380) 482 37 07 73. Closed Sat. for example. www. Donbassaero Odesa International Airport. QOpen 09:00 (+380) 482 37 57 15/(+380) 482 39 37 10. (+380) 482 49 00 Ukraine International Airlines Odessa International Airport. QOpen 24hrs. Czech Airlines F-2.18:00. Malev Hungrian Airlines Odessa International Airport. (+380) 482 39 35 . Kiy Avia provides airline tickets. tel. tel.18:00. 42/1. a currency exchange and an apartment rental service. fax (+380) 34 79 04. Fortunately for you. tel.

Arr. Arr. 14:36 05:13 (on even days) 23:20 06:39 15:07 05:41 11:31 10:27 (on even days) 21:20 19:09 21:42 13:31 19:17 13:31 23:55 10:18 06:55 13:31 Domestic train schedule From Odesa To Odesa City Dep. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11:35 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 09:25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 15:30 1 2 3 4 5 – – 17:15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 21:25 1 2 3 4 5 – – 17:15 youtube. 15:04 08:21 ADLER (on even days) 22:21 21:31 (5) BAKU (2) 22:57 09:09 (1.inyourpocket. Dep. UN– TransAero.4.EL AL Airlines. Arr. V– Carpatair. LO– LOT Polish Airlines. 12:45 10:30 16:40 18:25 22:35 18:25 35 International flight schedule From Odesa Days Dep.Vnukovo (VV) MOSCOW .Domodedovo (UN) PRAGUE (OK) RIGA (BT) ST-PETERSBURG (VV) TBILISI (VV) TEL AVIV (VV) TEL AVIV (ELY) TIMISOARA (V) VIENNA (PS) WARSAW (LO) YEREVAN (U8) To Odesa Days Dep.2.1. 1 – – – 5 – – 02:10 04:20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13:55 15:25 – – – – 5 – – 18:00 23:00 1 2 3 4 – – 7 20:45 21:55 – 2 – 4 – – 7 16:15 17:45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 09:30 11:00 – 2 – – 5 – – 23:30 01:50 +1 1 – 3 – 5 – 7 12:00 14:55 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 20:50 22:55 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10:00 12:00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 12:25 14:30 1 – – 4– 6 – 23:55 02:20 +1 – 2 – 4 – – 6 18:10 20:45 1 – – – 5 – – 21:15 23:35 – 2 – – – 6 – 11:55 14:50 – 2 – – – – – 20:45 23:30 1 2 – 4 – 6 – 15:25 17:00 – – – – – 6 7 11:40 13:40 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 12:05 13:55 – 2 – – – 6 – 16:45 19:00 Airline Codes: BT . TK – Turkish Airlines.6. PS– Ukrainian International Airlines.4.July 2011 . 10:10 08:35 14:40 12:10 20:25 16:15 City KYIV (VV) KYIV (PS) KYIV (VV) KYIV (PS) KYIV (PS) KYIV (VV) To Odesa Days Dep. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 09:00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 07:30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13:30 1 2 3 4 5 – – 11:00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 19:15 1 2 3 4 5 – – 15:05 May .getting around Domestic flight schedule From Odesa Days Dep. MA – Malev Hungarian Airlines. Arr.5) 14:30 12:50 MINSK (on odd days) 15:04 15:16 (1-7) MOSCOW (1-7) 18:13 06:40 (2.3. U8 – Armavia.Air Baltic. Arr. 7D – Donbasaero.3) 18:13 20:20 (1-7) WARSAW (1-7) To Odesa Dep. Arr. OK– Czech facebook.6) BERLIN (1.6) 18:13 09:33 (1-7) PRZEMYSL (1-7) 18:32 06:15 ( inyourpocket. ELY .3. VV – AeroSvit. International train schedule From Odesa City Dep. 1 – – – 5 – – 05:10 07:20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 16:05 17:45 – – – – 5 – – 12:20 17:00 1 2 3 4 5 – – 16:00 17:10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 18:55 20:25 1 2 3 4 5 6 – 07:00 08:35 – 2 – – 5 – – 04:30 07:00 1 – 3 – 5 – 7 07:50 10:55 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 17:40 19:50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13:00 15:00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 15:20 17:25 1 – – 4– 6 – 06:00 08:35 – 2 – 4 – – 6 07:20 10:00 1 – – – 5 – – 18:00 20:15 – 2 – – – 6 – 16:25 19:10 – – 3 – – – – 00:35 03:10 1 2 3 – 5 – – 06:45 08:25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 15:00 17:00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14:35 16:20 – 2 – – – 6 – 21:00 23:00 City ATHENS (VV) BUDAPEST (MA) DUBAI (PS) FRANKFURT (PS) ISTANBUL (TK) ISTANBUL (VV) KALININGRAD (VV) MILAN (VV) MOSCOW .4.2.3) ST.5.-PETERSBURG ( odesa.7) PRAGUE (1. 19:10 13:04 20:52 10:27 CHERNIHIV (on odd days) (on even days) 15:34 09:12 13:55 08:59 CHERNIVTSI (on odd days) (on even days) 22:21 09:20 (1-7) DNIPROPETROVSK (1-7) 19:30 06:39 14:47 07:50 16:57 09:17 DONETSK (on even days) (on odd days) 15:35 7:40 17:00 08:59 IVANO-FRANKIVSK (on even days) (on odd days) 18:51 08:50 (1-7) KHARKIV (1-7) 18:08 08:19 14:09 21:19 (1-7) KHERSON (1-7) 22:24 05:03 15:35 23:25 (1-7) KHMELNYTSKIY (1-7) 06:01 13:31 23:19 08:32 (1-7) KYIV (1-7) 22:59 08:50 19:10 06:46 (1-7) KYIV (1-7) 18:21 05:41 22:57 07:38 (1-7) KYIV (1-7) 21:54 06:10 19:00 07:10 (1-7) LVIV (1-7) 19:43 07:50 14:47 11:33 12:40 09:17 LUHANSK (on odd days) (on even days) 14:09 19:55 (1-7) MYKOLAIV (1-7) 23:37 05:03 19:31 07:25 (1-7) SIMFEROPOL (1-7) 19:25 08:10 18:13 13:16 (1-7) UZHHOROD (1-7) 18:05 13:31 14:09 07:20 (1-7) ZAPORIZHYA (1-7) 12:50 05:03 twitter.

Sun 10:00 . tel. When sending or picking up a package or letter be patient and try not to be too intimidated by the burly woman shouting incomprehensible orders at you. Sun 10:00 . SMS may not be sent to direct numbers. QOpen 09:00 . 16. SIM cards are available in special service centres. QOpen 09:00: .18:00.mts. The post office remains a throwback to Soviet times with its redundant and confusing bureaucratic order. Sat. www.  The Odesa telephone code is +380 48 or (482) Using a telephone Fixed line telephone To call a number inside Kyiv just dial the number. Sun 09:00 . The same service centres can also refill your account and help with setting up a connection to the Internet. but in some venues the connection costs around 10Hr per To call Kyiv from another town. tel. wait for the tone. Hrets‘ka pl. Rishelievs‘ka 59. 482 37 71 97. dial 0.17:00. (+380) 482 35 80 10/ 35 80 20. 420 Italy 39 Turkey 90 Denmark 45 Japan 81 Ukraine 380 Finland 358 Moldova 373 UK 44 France 33 Netherlands 31 USA 1 The above International country codes should be prefixed with “0-0” if dialing from inside Ukraine. Mobile phones There are two types of mobile phone numbers in Odesa direct numbers (which do not differ from the Odesa fixed line numbers. Sun 10:00 . Sat 10:00 . Life F-5. Chorne More Hotel. You need to have a compatible telephone or modem to connect to the Internet.19:00. QOpen 24hrs. tel. Italiiskyi bul‘ wait for the tone. tel. dial 0. and may be dialled as such) and mobile numbers (these should be preceded by 0 and the operator‘s code). To make a long-distance telephone call. dhl. Sadova Express mail DHL G-3. wait for the dial tone and then dial the city code and number. (+380) VIP net E-2. Hrets‘ka 22. tel. Also at vul. tel. MTS F-3. QOpen 10:00 . Velyka Arnauts‘ka 63. 3G & 4G There are an increasing number of companies in Ukraine offering 3G & 4G service.17:00. (+380) 48 726 65 40. 4Hr per hour. Mail Central Post Office E-2. QOpen 24hrs. The service is usually free at hotels and restaurants. (+380) 482 33 29 15. Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. Sat 09:00 18:00. Service points: Public internet access Angar 18 F-5. tel. TNT Aeroportivs‘ka Roaming To call a fixed telephone in Ukraine dial 380 followed by the city code and phone number.18:00. but every so often a letter or package will go missing and never arrive at its intended destination.18:00.15:00. (+380) 48 786 99 11. PDAs with web browsers and laptops with Wi-Fi support. 49 62 32. dial Lviv’s city code (32) and then the number.17:00. International country codes Australia 61 Germany 49 Poland 48 Austria 43 Greece 30 Romania 40 Belgium 32 Hungary 36 Russia 7 Bulgaria 359 Ireland 353 Spain 34 Canada 1 Israel 972 Sweden 46 Czech Rep. (+380) 482 34 37 02. www.kyivstar. Lanzheronivs‘ka 3. tel. QOpen 09:00 .17:00. www. Laptop login Wi-Fi There are now a number of places in Kyiv which provide Wi-Fi connections to the Internet both for mobile telephones. tel. Sadova 14. and then dial 0 plus the country Onilovoyi prov. UPS F-4. Intertelecom F-5. (+380) 48 743 11 21. Submarine E-4.utel. QOpen 10:00 . Bazarna 60/61. SIM-cards can be found at any one of the service centres of companies mentioned in Mobile phones section above.19:00. tel. QOpen 09:00 .tnt. www. scanning and printing services. Look for the W symbol in our guide. www. tel.24:00. (+380) 482 34 36 46. www. You can also buy cards to refill your account at these same locations. Closed Sun. (+380) 48 711 79 43. Katerynyns‘ka 37. Sat. QOpen 09:00 .ukrposhta. QOpen 09:00 . Ukrainian city codes Cherkasy 47 Kirovohrad 52 Rivne 36 Chernihiv 46 Kyiv 44 Sevastopol 69 Chernivtsi 37 Kyiv Region 45 Simferopol 65 Dnipropetrovsk 56 Luhansk 64 Sumy 54 Donetsk 62 Lutsk 33 Ternopil 35 Ivano-Frankivsk 34 Lviv 32 Uzhhorod 31 Kharkiv 57 Mykolaiv 51 Vinnitsa 43 Kherson 55 Odesa 48 Zaporizhya 61 Khmelnytsky 38 Poltava 53 Zhytoymyr 41 The above Ukrainian city codes should be prefixed with an “0” if dialing from another Ukrainian town. (+380) 482 30 01 11. You do not need to sign a contract or show your documents to use the local provider‘s . KyivStar GSM G-2.19:00.20:00. Mala Arnauts‘ka 70. tel. 5Hr per hour. Utel F-3. 3/4. dial 0. (+380) 48 734 43 05.20:00. city code and number (+380) 48 714 85 03. use the operator’s code instead of a city code. 6Hr per hour. Sat 09:00 . Hrets‘ka 33. QOpen 09:00 . mobile phone stores and even on the streets. tel. (+380) 48 728 02 94. Mobile phone calls in Ukraine are relatively cheap and very reliable. tel. QOpen 10:00 . (+380) 482 32 19 67/ 48 777 07 17. Beeline H-6. Velyka Arnauts‘ka 52.beeline. QOpen 09:00 . Preobrazhens‘ka 49/51. To make an international call. Sun 10:00 . www. While calling a mobile phone.36 mail & phones Postal delivery in Ukraine is generally reliable. (+380) 48 777 07 77. www. tel.

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Katerynyns‘ka 20. tel. (+380) 48 722 14 73. (+380) 482 37 93 42. Books Book Superstore AL La Banque F-3. QOpen 10:00 . A Jan G-3.21:00. (+380) 48 777 11 85.00 . Brocard F-3. (+380) 48 722 27 90. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 09:00 .20:00.17:30. QOpen 11:00 . tel. Athena Gallery. tel. QOpen 10:00 . AL Tommy Hilfiger F-3. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 09:00 . Sun 11:00 . (+380) 482 32 17 97. (+380) 482 36 39 00/(+380) 48 785 85 85. QOpen 11:00 . Katerynyns‘ka 24. QOpen 09:00 . Gifts and Souvenirs Mozaika G-5. Pushkins‘ka 72. QOpen 24hrs. Flower gallery E-3. Hrets‘ka 3/4. (+380) 48 777 64 78. tel.20:00. (+380) 482 32 92 15. Sady Pobedy 10th Kvitnia pl.20:00.od. (+380) 48 729 48 58. Polo Garage F-2. QOpen 10:00 . Velyka Arnauts‘ka 57.21:00. Collection E-3.20:00. Bunina 33. Fashion Canali F-3. (+380) 48 722 42 35/(+380) 48 722 48 07.19:00. QOpen 10:00 . Katerynyns‘ka 35. (+380) 48 722 49 28. tel. tel. Photography City Digital Centre F-2. Perfume & Beauty Antiques Anna F-2. tel.21:00. Deribasivs‘ka 14. tel. QOpen 11:00 . Hrets‘ka 23. www. (+380) 48 728 64 02. Egoiste F-3. Panteleimonivs‘ka 25. tel. Deribasivs‘ka 21 (Europe Trade Centre). Pushkins‘ka 62. tel. Lotos Mira F-3. Deribasivs‘ka 21.). Hobbi E-5. Artishok G-5.20:00.20:00. www. Preobrazhens‘ka 37. 1st floor. QOpen 11:00 .22:00. QOpen 10:00 . 3/7. tel. QOpen 10:00 . QOpen 10:00 . (+380) 48 728 51 90. QOpen 11:00 .20:00. QOpen 09:00 . (+380) 48 715 50 25. tel. Sun 10:00 .17:00. Collectioner F-5. tel. AL Odesa In Your Pocket odesa. sadypobedy. TsUM G-7. QOpen 09:00 . (+380) 48 728 19 29. 2nd floor. 4.38 shopping 21:00. QOpen 10:00 . tel. tel. Katerynyns‘ka 24.20:00. QOpen 10:00 .21:00.7roses. Shopping Centres Athena Gallery G-3. (+380) 482 42 93 84. (+380) 48 714 48 38. QOpen 10:00 . Deribasivs‘ka 12. QOpen 09:00 . tel. (+380) 48 728 51 85. Also at Hrets‘ka 3/ . (+380) 48 715 51 23. QOpen 10:00 Pierre Cardin F-2.19:00. (+380) 482 35 84 04/ (+380) 482 35 84 05. tel. tel. (+380) 48 738 44 00.15:00. Panteleimonivs‘ka 126A.18. QOpen 10:00 . (10th April sq. Pushkins‘ka 57. Naf Naf F-2. Deribasivs‘ka 21. tel. (+380) 48 725 71 46. tel.17:00. (+380) 482 32 02 46. Novosel‘s‘koho 72. Pushkins‘ka AL Castro F-3.20:00. (+380) 48 711 74 66. QOpen 10:00 . AL Elyzium F-4. Novyi Pryvoz F-5. tel. Katerynyns‘ka 14. Vitse-Admirala Zhukova prov. QOpen 10:00 .17:00. Seredniofontans‘kyi G-7. Rishelievs‘ka 33.15:00.18:30. QOpen 09:30 . Europe F-2. tel. Sun 10:00 . tel. tel. tel. (+380) 48 741 17 18. tel. Katerynyns‘ka 8/10. (+380) 482 37 70 10. www. (+380) 48 738 44 24. Deribasivs‘ka 18. tel. Paparazzi E-3. (+380) 482 37 27 65. tel. (+380) 48 715 58 27.20:00. Souvenirs G-2.20:00. Hrets‘ka 25. (+380) 48 722 22 tel. QOpen 10:00 . Katerynyns‘ka 22. Semafornyi prov. Soho F-3. Internet flower shop. Closed Sun. Preobrazhens‘ka 25.00. (+380) 48 728 14 44.21:00. Sun 10:00 .inyourpocket. QOpen 10:00 . Bukva F-2. (+380) 48 726 28 Troits‘ka 32. Podorozhnik F-4.20:00. (+380) 48 734 30 39.20:00. tel.19:00.20:00. tel. Deribasivs‘ka 21 (Europe Trade Centre). QOpen 11:00 . QOpen 9. Sun 10:00 . (+380) 48 726 69 74/(+380) 482 39 98 61. (+380) 48 722 05 14. tel. tel. tel.21:00. Also at Hrets‘ka 26/28. Flowers 7 Roses G-5.20:00.

Foreign representatives 65 www./fax (+380) 48 722 93 68. International Schools Odesa International School 10 Aprelya pl../fax (+380) 48 728 55 (+380) 48 722 79 11.otpbank. Lanzheronivs‘ka . Preobrazhens‘ka Officials City Council (+380) 48 726 64 15. Katerynyns‘ka pl. office LBV F-2. 1. fax (+380) 48 717 71 33. 2/4.auditor. Bunina 10.ois.20:00. 6. tel. Preobrazhens‘ka 32.unicredit. Lidersovs‘kyi bul‘v. Uspens‘ka 2/1. tel. www. tel. (+380) 48 728 21 77. UniCredit Semafornyi prov. (+380) 48 729 68 48. tel. Mala Arnauts‘ka 71. Bulgaria Posmitnoho 9. (+380) 482 49 67 41. tel. www. (+380) 48 731 odesa./fax (+380) 48 726 89 12. Also at Zhukovs‘koho 36. www. QOpen 09:00 . www. Greece (+380) 482 49 53 33. May . 24/724 05 32. (+380) 482 35 60 61. office@ comersant. tel. Romania G-5. (+380) 48 777 74 Georgia H-6. tel. Banks OTP Bank G-3. 1.aptekagaevskogo. (+380) 48 746 65 54/ 746 China tel. tel. Velyka Arnauts‘ka (+380) 482 37 69 80. office 57. Bazarna 31. 39 SUPER SPEED MEMORY READING Results of intellectual trainings: • Development of different types of memory: figurative. advo@ tel. tel. Soborna tel. tel. QOpen 09:00 . www. Apteka Gaievskoho E-2. tel. concentration abilities • Development of nonstandard. Informall E-2. tel. (+380) 48 729 44 13/729 39 36. (+380) 48 728 74 18. Pol‘s‘ka 12. Vitze-Admirala Zhukova 3-7. fax (+380) 482 39 20 60. fax (+380) 48 737 30 31. tel. off ice 7. Turkey I-4.oxford-med. (+380) 48 784 15 44. (+380) 48 786 Italy office 12. Private clinics Oxford Medical G-3. www. fax (+380) 48 722 14 78. office 54-56. Lanzheronivs‘ka 19. fax (+380) 48 725 86 37. www. Vidanta E-3. tel. Germany F-2. fax +38 048 748 04 92. tel. Pastera 50. Panteleimonivs‘ka 70. tel. fax (+380) 48 726 64 13.translators. Swedbank F-5. www. Sadova 21. (+380) 48 715 58 55. tel.od. Preobrazhens‘ka 72. Latvia F-4. (+380) 48 777 88 93. office 154. Zharikov & Sinichenko H-5. Triada F-3. (+380) 48 725 55 00/784 01 04. tel. fax (+380) 482 49 69 25. www. (+380) 48 722 Translators ABCD Group F-2. Mariins‘ka 4. www. 38 96.19:00. tel. (+380) 482 30 53 50. Uspens‘ka 75. (+380) 482 33 33 94/33 Poland H-4. tel. Velyka Arnauts‘ka 2A. (+380) 48 743 47 91. (+380) 482 39 20 00. Kazakhstan Rozkydailivs‘ka 13. hearing. (+380) 48 719 07 70. www. tel. Lawyers 19 06/725 58 97. visual • Development of attention. (+380) 8 800 508 00 50. fax (+380) 48 784 15 46. Vidradna 3. tel. office 2. Q Open 08:00 .od. tel.eba. fax (+380) 48 746 05 71. (+380) 48 730 52 80/730 53 www. (+380) 777 89 03.vidanta. Raiffeisen Bank Aval G-5. fax (+380) 48 726 10 45. Ministry of Foreign Affairs H-6. 24-hour pharmacies AKS F-5. tel. Avitsena E-2. 3. tel. tel. (+380) 48 728 71 33. (+380) 48 798 74 95. 3.informall. Dums‘ka pl./fax (+380) 48 738 68 37. Lanzheronivs’ka 9. 4. (+380) 482 37 70 35. tel. (+380) 48 724 23 Russia Gagaryns‘ke Plato 14. tel. Velyka Arnauts‘ka 20. QOpen 10:00 .comersant. Observatornyi 05 70/(+380) 48 786 05 03. (+380) 48 726 47 en. office 4.murs. fax (+380) 48 746 65 48. QOpen 09:30 .swedbank.18:00. Comersant Nechyporenka abcd_group@mail. tel. office 109.July 2011 19 19/482 34 56 64. fax (+380) 48 777 96 95. tel.direCtory Accounts & Consulting I n t e r c o n s u l t 1 0 Kv i t n i a pl. www. creative thinking • Increase of the reading speed in 210 times • Effective work with big amounts of information and high quality of memorising Learn how to use 100 % of your brain Mini groups forming +38 063 401 17 64 European Business Association (+380) 48 787 17 89/787 18 98. International Law Offices I-5. Moldova Posmitnoho 2. Help E-4. (+380) 48 722 24 08.18:00.

Sat 08:00 . QOpen Mexico Akademika Hlushka 16. 69-150Hr per (+380) 48 728 99 20/728 99 22. Sun 09:00 . (+380) 48 712 30 Maramax G-2. (+380) 482 32 41 01 QOpen 08:00 . From 100Hr per hour. www. Pol‘s‘kyi Uzviz 15. (+380) 48 725 50 91/48 726 18 00.23:00. www.formula-wellness.diveport. (+380) 482 33 66 33. 777 75 26. 1. tel.21:00. tel. tel. Also at Preobrazhens‘ka Beauty salons & Hairdressers Art-8 F-2. Dry cleaners & laundries Boellen E-1. 50Hr per hour. (+380) 48 780 01 00.20:00. QOpen 24hrs.23:00. tel. tel.40 direCtory V. www. 8.23:00. Palubna 9/4. tel. tel. QOpen Strekoza E-4. Vodoprovidna tel. office 9. La Rose F-4. Vitse-Admirala Azarova 1. corp.21:00. odin. tel. Oleksandrivs‘kyi prosp. AD Osa F-4. tel. (+380) 48 795 85 54. 1. Chaikovs‘koho prov. tel. .  The Odesa telephone code is +380 48 (482) Fitness clubs 07:00 . Koblevs‘ka (+380) 482 37 15 15. Sat 08:00 .20:00. 9A. odessa. QOpen Maximus G-1. (+380) 48 728 83 66. Prymors‘ka 34. Odesa Hotel. Athena Gallery Odesa In Your Pocket odesa.21:00. Also at Zatons‘koho 30. (+380) 48 728 99 20/728 99 22. Formula G-2. tel. www. www. Devolanovskyi Tennis Club G-2. Mytna pl. Prymors‘ka 6. tel. See Port Passenger Terminal. tel. tel. Centre E-4. QOpen 10:00 .com. Also at: Lidersovs‘kyi bul‘v. Sat 09:00 . (+380) 48 777 70 90. Lanzheronivs‘ka 13. 85.maximus. Diving Poseidon G-1. 12. (+380) 48 777 75 24. QOpen 09:00 .20:00. Pushkins‘ka 55. office 27. (+380) 48 777 25 00. (+380) 48 729 39 44. 24hrs. Closed Sun. Rozkydailivs‘ka 3. tel. QOpen 07:00 23:00. QOpen 12:00 .formula-wellness.vodolaz. Sun 08:00 . Pol‘s‘ka 12. Akademika Koroliova 88. 11. Prymors‘ka 6. Billiards Odin G-3. (+380) 482 34 48 18. tel. tel. Aspazia E-2. QOpen 10:00 . Bazarna 63.19:00. 07:00 .23:00. Druhyi Lermontovs‘kyi prov. Prymors‘kyi bul‘v.23:00. tel. QOpen 10:00 . Torhova 19. (+380) 48 777 67 77. QOpen 24hrs. (+380) 482 34 47 00. Odes‘ka G-5. Sun 10:00 . QOpen 09:00 . Mozart G-2. Sat. Vodolaz E-1. QOpen 24hrs. PUL Classico F-4. tel.17:00. tel. 120180Hr per Zhukovs‘koho 8. A Formula G-2. (+380) 482 42 92 91/ (+380) 482 35 92 04. QOpen 08:30 . tel.aspazia. (+380) 48 729 49 88. (+380) 48 777 74 70. QOpen 10:00 .20:00. Katerynyns‘ka 59. QOpen 09:00 .com. A Tennis courts Chernomorets H-6. (+380) 48 777 88 82. (+380) 482 32 22 22.23:00. (+380) 48 746 03 25. 1. Underwater Technologies Lab F-6. 777 77 52. Preobrazhens‘ka 2. A FreeZett F-1. www. tel. tel. (+380) 48 723 23 29. tel.20:00. tel. (+380) 482 34 59 95. (+380) 48 746 25 39. QOpen 09:00 .inyourpocket. Sat 08:00 . Londons‘ka Hotel. tel.22:00. Pyramid F-3. Tyraspols‘ka 16. Chaikovs‘koho Q ALK Prestige I-7. (+380) 48 716 57 50. 12. Bowling 7 zirok (7 stars) G-3. Maiakovs‘koho prov. Laun-Tennis Frantsuz‘kyi bul‘v. Sun 09:00 .P.

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F-6 F-6/7 F-1/2 F-6/7 E-7 G-6 H-6 F-7 F/G-4 G-3 E-4/5 E/H-3 41 Chorne More 15 Chorne More Pryvoz 15 Cinema City 10 City Council 39 City Digital Centre 38 City Time 24 Classico 40 Collection 38 Collectioner 38 Columbus 15 Comersant 39 Compot 19 Continental 12 Corvin 20 Czech Airlines 34 Dacha 23 Deribas 16 De Rishelie 18 Diligence 32 Diysno Dobre Pyvo 26 Deribasivs’ka 28 Devolanovskyi Tennis Club 40 DHL 36 Dolphinarium 32 Donbassaero 34 Dykyi Z 27 Egoiste 38 Ekaterina 16 EL AL Israel Airlines 34 Elyzium 38 Europcar 34 Europe 38 European Business Association 39 Fanconi 1872 24 Fashion Café IT 24 Filiki Etheria 31 Fine Art Museum 31 Flower gallery 38 Formula 40 Formula-1 27 Forsage 27 Frapolli 15 Frederic Koklen 15 Gallery 19 Gambrinus 26 Gapchinska Gallery 10 Glasgow 26 Golden Child Sculpture 28 Golden Duke 10 Grand Prix 25 Greek Culture Foundation 10 Hali Gali 27 Help 39 Hertz 34 Hevron 22 Jewish Culture Centre 10 House with Telamons 28 Informall 39 Interconsult 39 International Law Offices 39 Intertelecom 36 Israel Culture Centre 10 Jan 38 Jewish Culture Centre "Beit Grand" 10 Joker 27 Khutorok u Morya 19 Kaktus 38 Kiy Avia 34 Klarabara 23 Kontrabas Art-Café 10 Kumanets 19 Kuyalnik Resort 14 La Veranda 21 Lavinia 24 Lermontovskiy 16 La Banque 38 La Rose 40 Laun-Tennis 40 LBV 39 Literature Museum 31 London 12. 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H-3 4 Bolgariana 20 7 Roses 38 7 zirok 40 Aleksandrovskiy 23 Alliance Française 10 Alpina-varenychnaya 19 Alvona 32 ABCD Group 39 AKS 39 Alexander Pushkin’s Museum30 Angar 18 36 Anna 38 Apteka Gaievskoho 39 Arabian Culture Centre 10 Ararat 27 Archeological Museum 30 Arkadia Plaza 12 Art-8 40 Artishok 38 Aspazia 40 Athena Gallery 38 Austrian Airlines 34 Avis 34 Avitsena 39 Ayvazovsky 15 Odesa Train Station 34 Balalaika 24 Basilic 22 Bavarian House 10 Beeline 36 Bernardazzi 23 Biscuit 24 Bize 24 Blues Bar Dykyi Z 26 Boellen 40 Book Superstore 38 Boulevard 20 Bristol 12 British Council 10 Brocard 38 Bukva 38 Bulgakov 24 Bunin 24 Café Sophie 21 Canali 38 Captain Morgan 27 Carpatair 34 Casa Italia 22 Casa Nova 22 Castro 38 Central Bus Station 34 Central Post Office 36 Champion 27 Chas Pik 20 Chernomorets 40 Chervonyi Lobster 24 Kataieva prov. G-2/5 Pyrohovs’ka vul. F-3 Chornomors’ka vul. F-1/2 Holovna aleya I-4 Hospital’nyi prov. 28 Pecheskago 22 Philharmonic 10 Picknick 22 Pierre Cardin 38 Pirosmani 22 Pivnaya Bochka 26 Podorozhnik 38 Polish Airlines 34 Polo Garage 38 Porto 23 Poseidon 40 Pot’omkins’ki Skhody 32 Prestige 40 Prime Excursion Bureau 32 Prominada 16 Pulcinella 22 Puzata Khata 22 Pyramid 40 Raiffeisen Bank Aval 39 Regional History Museum 31 Renanisance Suites Odessa 17 Ribon'ka 24 Rodina 10 Rozmarin 22 Sady Pobedy 38 Sakhar 25 Salieri Art Café 10 Sea Terminal 28 Seredniofontans'kyi 38 Shalanda 18 Shef Café 23 Sherlock 25 Shyko 25 Siesta Dali 25 Simge 25 Sixt 34 Skipper Pub 26 Slavyanka Tours 32 Soho 38 Steakhouse: Meat and Wine 23 Submarine 36 Swedbank 39 Tequila House 21 Tavrey Airlines 34 Teschin Mist 30 The Central Synagogue 30 The City Garden 28 TNT 36 Tokyo House 19 Tommy Hilfiger 38 Triada 39 Trium Tavern-Club 21 Tsentralnyi 17 Tsyplenok Tabaka 19 Turkey 39 Turkish Airlines 34 Tvorchestvo 10 Ukraine International Airlines 34 Ukrains'ka Lasunka 19 Underwater Technologies Lab 40 UniCredit 39 UPS 36 Utel 36 Vernisage 10 Veselyi Roger 26 Viazhevskij 21 Villa Venezia 15 V. E-2 Dytiacha aleya H-4 Frantsuz’kyi bul’v. F-3/4. F-2/6 Kinna vul. G-5/6 Lermontovs’kyi prov. Yelysavethrads’kyi prov. G-4/7 Kanatnyi prov. E-1/5 Prymors’ka vul. Udil’nyi prov. E-3 Lanzheronivs’ka vul. E/G-4. F/G-2 Chekhova prov. Vidradna vul. G-1/2 Pryvozna vul. G/H-7 Seredn’ofontans’ka vul. vul. 21 Londonskaya 12 Lotos Mira 38 Love Café 25 Lustdorf 20 Malev Hungrian Airlines 34 Maner 25 Maramax 40 Mario's Pizza 22 Maristrella Club 14 Maritime Art Gallery 10 Marrakesh 25 Maski 10 Maski-show 10 Maximus 40 Mexico 40 Mickey O'Neil's Irish Pub 26 Mimino 22 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 39 Mirage 18 Morskoy 14 Mozaika 38 Mozart 14. E-1/2 Schepnyi prov. E-5 Koblevs’ka vul. Vitse-Admirala Azarova vul. F-7 Chervonyi prov. 28 Osa 40 Otrada 14 Oxford Medical 39 Palladium 16. E-1 Kniazivs’ka vul. E-4 Kuibysheva vul. H-6/7. Volz’kyi prov. H/I-6 Myasoedovs’ka vul. F-1 Prymors’kyi bul’v. E-6 Himnazychna vul. G/H-6 Pastera vul. E/H-3 Italiis’kyi bul’v. G/H-5 Bielins’koho vul. E/F-5 Pushkins’ka vul. 40 Vidanta 39 VIP net 36 Vodolaz 40 Vorontsovs’kyi Palace 30 Voyage 22 VRC 34 Wasser Maltz Biergarten 21. E-2 Koval’s’ka vul.street register & index Admirala Lazareva vul. F-2 Katerynyns’ka vul. G-6 Soborna pl. F-3/4 Nekrasova prov. F-7 Pokrovs'kyi prov. Tretiy Vodoprovidnyi prov. E-1 Lidersivs’kyi bul’v. I-7 Spyrydonivs’ka vul. H-3 Nechypurenka prov. I-4/5 Oleksandra Matrosova prov. Velyka Arnauts’ka vul. E/F-5 Onilovoi prov. G-3/4 Pol’s’kyi Uzviz G-2/3 Preobrazhens’ka vul. F-2 Henerala Vatutina vul. F/G-2 Leitenanta Shmidta vul. H-6. Vysokyi prov. E-1 Sportyvnyi prov. G-6 Osypova vul.I. Ut’osova vul. E-4 Derebasivs’ka vul. Uspens’ka vul. G-5/6 Hoholia vul. E-1 Knyzhkovyi prov. E-2 Schepkina vul. 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