Inexpensive English-language themed walks of Odesa. You can trace the history of early settlers or stars of the 1920s criminal...
The winter headquarters of Itaka takes up the slack downtown when Itaka shuts down in September. There's a nightly show at around 11pm,...
Lonely Planet review
Near the train station you can't help but spy the five silver onion domes of this Russian Orthodox church, built by Greek monks with stone from Constantinople in the late 19th century. According to legend, every time the Soviets painted over the church's elaborate frescoes, they would miraculously reappear. While the Soviets eventually succeeded in covering them up, many of the frescoes are once again visible thanks to vigorous restoration efforts.