The drab, Soviet-era footbridge behind the Vorontsov Palace is nicknamed 'Mother-in-Law's Bridge'. It was erected in the 1950s for a...
You've seen the steppe, now see the steps, the Potemkin Steps, the site of one of cinema's most famous scenes. Designed by Italian...
Praetoria Music Club
This is one of the few city-centre clubs that has a pulse in the summer.
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
At the western end of bul Prymorsky, back up the stairs and to the right, is the derelict Vorontsov Palace. This was the residence of the city's third governor, built in 1826 in a classical style with interior Arabic detailing. The Greek-style colonnade behind the palace offers brilliant views over Odesa's bustling port.