Chernivtsi’s former synagogue was once famous for its exotic African/Middle Eastern style, but was turned into a cinema in 1954.
Museum of Bukovinian Jews
Set on the exquisitely central European pl Teatralna, Chernivtsi's main drama and music theatre is a beautiful Art Nouveau confection...
Keeping to a post-Soviet tradition of naming your business after its building number, this brick cellar pub-club spins cool tracks as...
Brightly painted no-frills, no-smiles basement feeding spot with grim dinner ladies ladling out buckwheat, pasta, fried fish and other...
vul Holovna 26A · interesting places nearby
Indoors this place teleports you to a kind of Ukrainian Bavaria, but summer is the best time to visit Knaus when you can sit out with a Krombacher beer in the courtyard beergarden. The menu is a mixed bag of Ukrainian staples, German pork knuckle and dumplings, and more exotic dishes such as pumpkin soup with curry. The owners also rent out an apartment on the same courtyard and run a travel company.