Welcome to Odesa - Pearl of the Black Sea
Outstanding historical architecture, laughter, luxurious hotels, first-rate restaurants and clubs, sophistication, friendly atmosphere, and magnificent sunny beaches - all of these are Odesa!
The man who ignited the explosion was Alexander Pushkin, recognized as one of history's greatest poets.
Odesa is an industrial centre of the Northern Black Sea region and one of the main economic engines of Ukraine.
Odesa is a large city full of some pretty amazing and unusual aspects.
They say that Odesa never really changes, it just looks different over time. So join us on this visual journey back in time to the interwar period during the Soviet occupation...
Discover the creativity that makes Odesa the "Pearl of the Black Sea".
Odesa. What is it about this city that draws the adventurous soul? As cities go, it's a younger one, but getting older; in 2016 Odesa celebrated its 222nd anniversary!
Odesa might seem like it's a bit off the beaten path, but you'd be surprised how it's geographically in the middle of it all and just a few hours away from many sources of departure.
Useful and useless information about Ukraine, and why Odesa is not in Russia.
Nestled in the heart of Odesa's Arkadia resort area, Victory Park, formerly known as Lenin Dendropark, stands as a testament to the city's resilience and commitment to green spaces.
Dozens of perfectly preserved ancient shipwrecks have been found at the bottom of the Black Sea, a total of 60 wrecks dating back as far as 2,500 years, including galleys from the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires.
Odesa has been a sun, surf and relaxation destination for as long as anyone can remember…
"Mama has no lights too…"
Odesa, Ukraine has always shown more color, spunk, and irreverence than other cities in the former Soviet Union.
Odesa's nightlife is on par with any we have seen in the world, which is why the pearl of the Black Sea is fast becoming one of the party capitals of Eastern Europe.
You might have walked the streets or lounged on its sunny beaches, but you haven't really "done" Odesa if you haven't sampled the trademark cuisine.