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Odessa and onwards to Lviv in late september

by worksopian56

As part of my Ukrainian tour i will stay a number of nights in Odessa and then move to Lviv probably by train.

I need to get my head around certain issues concerning Odessa and plan accordingly.

Is odessa safe,are there any scams I should be up on.

Any reccomendations for budget places to stay?

After Odessa I will move to Lviv probably by train, will i be able to book this at this time of year a few days before i go.

What time does public transport in Lviv shut down


Thanks to everyone who has been so kind and informative in answering my previous questions.

Ian

Re: Odessa and onwards to Lviv in late september

by taurean_traveller

Odessa is no different from andy other city regarding safety.
It is a place I love to visit as it it is always lively certainly the centre.
As a tourist be aware of normal things.I don't know what scams you speak about but just keep your wits about you.

As far as budget accommodation is concerned I don't know.Maybe if you google it you will get results.
Normal apartments cost from $50 per night.
Booking your train is not a problem though Odessa to Lviv is quite a long journey.My wife is doing the journey in Sept and it's about 13 hours.

As to Lviv itself I don't know but be patient as there are always good contributors on VT who will help

Re: Odessa and onwards to Lviv in late september

by om_212

timewise, the best train option for you would be:

train #26 Odesa-Lviv, leaving Odesa at 19:00, arriving in Lviv at 7:10 am, or train #228 Odesa-Lviv, leaving Odesa at 22:30, arriving in Lviv at 10:50 am.

other trains arrive too earlier for public transportation. you should not have problems with tickets in september unless you travel Friday or Sunday nights, those days tend to be busy even off-season.

as for budget place to stay in Odesa, check Zirka Hostel, http://zirka-hotel.com/, single room is $25, double $36. good luck, Olya

Re: Odessa and onwards to Lviv in late september

by worksopian56

Is it easy to book this?

Re: Odessa and onwards to Lviv in late september

by om_212

you can call them if you speak Russian, or just walk in. I am pretty sure they would have vacancies at this time of the year. by the way, I will be in Odesa the on Sept. 18-19. if you are in town, we can meet for a drink or a bite. best, Olya

Travel Tips for Odessa

CULTURE AND ART

by A-Friend-Of-Belarus

When you're in Odessa don't forget to visit numerous churches, the Opera Theater, Archaeological Museum, City Hall, the port, and of course beaches. I miss long streets of Odessa full of cars, marshrutkas, buses and trams. I miss all those lovely monuments too. Can't wait to get back there!

visit most popular beaches....

by Firenza

visit most popular beaches. Here is many beaches. To my mind most beautiful and developed is - Arcadia. In summer it looks wonderful, gorgeous. Here you can have nice rest. Beautiful nature further for nice rest, and of cause Black Sea.
When visiting Odesa, you absolutely must to go to the Deribassovskaja street. Here is many tourists. People walking, laughing. Primorski Boulevard. Here is monument to Duke Armand.
Best memory is The Theater of opera and ballet. Great .

Swim in the Black Sea

by Yubert

I'm into water sports (free dive, snorkel, kayaking, etc) so I didn't want to miss the chance to swim in the Black Sea. The water was a bit cold but I'm used to swimming in the winter.

Here I am with my tour guide, Olga. Seemed like all the girls there are either named Sasha or Olga.... Why is that?

Architectural style

by Klod5

Odessa has preserved its inimitable architectural aspect through the decades. It was precisely in the latter half of the 19th century that a number of the significant monuments of architecture, including the Theatre of Opera and Ballet, the buildings of the New Stock Exchange, pawnshop and public library were erected. The best representatives of a new generation of architects designed projects which proved most effective and at the same time, the architects took into account the characteristic traits of the southern town. Many buildings in Odessa were built of shell-limestone, which seemed to be saturated with hot sunshine. The shell-limestone was simultaneously extracted from different deposits which resulted in the formation of an entire labyrinth of underground galleries. During the Great Patriotic War of 1941 - 1945, Odessa partisans operated from these underground passeges which were inaccesible to the fascists. It is long ago that guns ceased thundering, gunsmoke dissipated and the trenches grew with grass... Odessa land has held sacred the memory of those who, at the cost of their lives, upheld freedom of the country...

Why the Black Sea ?

by Klod5

I had, on this beach of Arcadia, in Odessa, an unpleasant illustration of the name of the Black Sea : Why the black Sea ?
Is this because of the dirt of water in Odessa, and do all floating objects non identified who swim between two waters ?

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