It runs a small bureau in the City Garden, where you can arrange a tour, including the catacombs, or rent a bicycle. Enter through the...
Odesa's main commercial street, pedestrian vul Derybasivska, is jam-packed with restaurants, bars and, in the summer high season,...
If one dessert can save the world, then it is blackcurrant pannacota from this tiny coffeeshop looking like a cramped antiques shop.
A brace of bold, themed restaurants grace the corner of vul Havanna and vul Lanzheronivska. This is the Russian rendition. If you’re one...
Lonely Planet review
A kitsch little island of Ukraine in Russian Odesa, this veritable Ukrainian village produces affordable holubtsy (cabbage rolls), varenyky (dumplings) and deruny (potato pancakes) in addition to pricier mains.