When you’ve had enough of Chernivtsi’s barmy traffic, head for the tranquillity of vul Kobylyanskoy, a pedestrianised street running...
Former Armenian Cathedral
The architect responsible for the Former Armenian Cathedral is Czech Josef Hlavka.
With its own police station, bus station and dedicated bank branches, this 33-hectare bazaar is like a town unto itself. As a conduit...
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 66 · interesting places nearby
Tea, porridge, English breakfasts – if you're from Blighty you'll love this tranquil retreat with its boutique interior, impeccably polite, English-speaking waiters and a quite un-Ukrainian atmosphere of calm and unobtrusiveness. And if you are from just about anywhere else on the planet, you're gonna love it too for the Caesar salad, fried porcini appetisers, Black Forest gateau, pork in chilli sauce, pannacotta, handmade chocolates and gourmet Ukrainian dishes – treats you probably thought you'd left behind on venturing into the sticks. Surely one of the Carpathians' finest eateries.