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Situated 7.5 km away from the city centre on the southwestern part of Odessa is the Odessa International Airport, which receives flights from numerous locations.
There is a bus stop to opposite the airport terminal to the right. For travelers using the bus, it takes about an hour to get into the city. For those in a hurry, there are airport taxis to get you to your destination.
A major tourism centre, and third most populous city of Ukraine, Odessa is popular for its beautiful beaches and 19th century architecture with buildings like the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater. Odessa is also a seaport and transportation hub, sometimes called the Pearl of the Black Sea.
This multiethnic centre, is the summer capital of Ukraine. A relatively young city, Odessa was founded in 1794, making it much younger than cities like Kiev or Lviv. The people of Odessa have a very laid back culture, and its beaches and cheerful atmosphere attract visitors from all around the world. Here are some things you might enjoy doing while touring this Ukrainian Ibiza.
Here you will find echoes of the Jewish people, which influenced the character of the Odessites, turning them into noisy, cheerful and hospitable. Also here you can find the memorial of Stephen Jobs, made of welded mechanical parts, and the Greek park near the Primorsky Boulevard; a huge the number of endless stairs, the monument of an orange and a strange flat house. Already want to buy airline tickets to Odessa? Then be careful. Odessties are very cunning and humorous, and if in a photo of a rented apartment the toilet room is not photographed in a separate room, then, perhaps, it might be hiding behind the closet doors in your bedroom.
This iconic landmark, which made an appearance in the movie, Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin, was built in the 19th century and overlooks the Odessa Port. The 192 steps of the Potemkin gives direct access to the harbor, and at the top of the steps is sits a monument to Duke de Richelieu, the founder of Odessa.
One of the major symbols of Odessa, the design of the steps make them seem endless especially when viewed from the bottom. This picturesque area is a must-visit while in the city of Odessa.
Visitors to Ukraine are usually thrilled to try foods like, borshch, which is a beet red cabbage soup, also varenyky – potato dumplings, or okroshka, which is a cold soup often served in the summer. There is also the popular Chicken Kiev, which is known as kotlety po-kyivskomy. For drinks, Horilka is a famous alcoholic beverage mainly distilled from wheat or rye, but sometimes from honey, potatoes and sugar beets. In the hot summers, the drink Kvass is quite popular, and made from rye bread and malt.