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Kafe Pid Bramoyu

Located in the 17th-century casemates near the fortress, this is the town's most characterful place to fill the hole and a real treat in eatery-poor K-P. The small, dimly lit interior flaunts authentically period c…
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Kamyanets-Podilsky Fortress

Built of wood in the 10th to 13th centuries, then redesigned and rebuilt in stone by Italian military engineers in the 16th century, K-P's fortress is a complete mishmash of styles. The name of the bridge is slightl…
Museum in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Podillya Antiquities Museum

This imaginatively presented museum with English explanations takes visitors through the archaeology of Podillya in six easy steps. You begin in a Stone Age cave and end in a courtyard of sculpted Slavic gods, passi…
Ukrainian in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Stara Fortetsya

If you're after an evening snifter, what better place to enjoy it than out on the balcony of this place, perched dramatically on a 40m cliff over the gorge. The Ukrainian food served indoors is basic and cheap.
Ukrainian in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Hostynny Dvir

Around for longer than anyone can remember remembering, this old favourite has a bearskin spreadeagled on one wall, slow service, a carnivore-friendly menu and a new summer terrace.
Bar in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Kava Vid Politsmeystera

With cheap Lvivske pyvo (beer) on draught and a summer terrace, it's the best place in the Old Town for a drink.
Canteen in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Hunska Krytnytsa

No-frills Ukrainian self-service canteen in the New Town serving basic belly fillers. In summer tables tumble out onto pedestrianised vul Soborna.
Art Gallery in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Picture Gallery

The permanent collections here are of wildly varying quality and some works are in downright wretched condition. But temporary exhibitions lift the mood and if the art on the walls doesn't impress, the elaborate par…
Church in Kamyanets-Podilsky

Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul

Through a small triumphal gate in the northwest corner of Polish Market Sq lies this fascinating cathedral, K-P's busiest place of worship. One feature of the building perfectly illustrates how the Polish and Turkis…
Historic Building in Kamyanets-Podilsky


Polish Market Sq is lorded over by the tall 14th-century Ratusha (Town Hall). The renovated peach-hued building now houses three single-room museums that are of limited interest unless you are into coins, medieval j…