Top Choice Notable Building in Chernivtsi

Chernivtsi University

University buildings are often called 'dreaming spires', but Chernivtsi's is more like a trip on LSD. This fantastic, now Unesco-listed red-brick ensemble, with coloured tiles decorating its pseudo-Byzantine, pseudo…
Market in Chernivtsi

Kalynivsky Market

With its own police station, bus station and dedicated bank branches, this 33-hectare bazaar is like a town unto itself. As a conduit into Ukraine for goods from neighbouring countries, it attracts tens of thousands…
Museum in Chernivtsi

Museum of Bukovinian Jews

Church in Chernivtsi

Former Armenian Cathedral

The architect responsible for the Former Armenian Cathedral is Czech Josef Hlavka.
Cemetery in Chernivtsi

Former Jewish Cemetery

The Former Jewish Cemetery is a melancholic jumble of leaning, overgrown headstones.
Synagogue in Chernivtsi

Former Synagogue

Chernivtsi’s former synagogue was once famous for its exotic African/Middle Eastern style, but was turned into a cinema in 1954.
Cathedral in Chernivtsi

St Nicholas Cathedral

Chernivtsi's cathedral is nicknamed the 'drunken church', because of the four twisted turrets surrounding its cupola – painted blue with golden stars, these turrets create an optical illusion. The cathedral is a 193…
Notable Building in Chernivtsi

Kobylyanska Theatre

Set on the exquisitely central European pl Teatralna, Chernivtsi's main drama and music theatre is a beautiful Art Nouveau confection that wouldn't look out of place in Prague or Paris. The ticket office is across t…
Street in Chernivtsi

Vul Kobylyanskoy

When you’ve had enough of Chernivtsi’s barmy traffic, head for the tranquillity of vul Kobylyanskoy, a pedestrianised street running between vuls Holovna and Shevchenka. It’s certainly the city’s most attractive tho…