The second-most famous embalmed corpse in the former Soviet Union (after Lenin in Moscow) rests in the basement of a chapel in the...
About 1.5km before you get to the chapel containing Pirogov's body, you can see his house, now a museum. It's actually more interesting...
WWII buffs might fancy a trip out to the remains of Hitler's forward bunker, 8km north of Vinnytsya and 500m to the east of the town of...
A funky little find with a southwest-US vibe – think Aztec-style etchings in earthy-toned walls. The blyny (pancakes) here are famous...
Lonely Planet review
Vinnytsya’s grooviest little bistro is full of hidden nooks and the sounds of ethnic lounge music. It serves a mean spaghetti with seafood, great salads and capably concocted alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks – try the cherry-lemon juice, a house speciality.