Hotel Otrada

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

11 Uyutnaya st, Odessa, 65012, Ukraine
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  • Couples81
  • Solo85
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

form odessa aeroport to kherson city

by fortyfit

witch is the best way to go from odessa aeroport to kherson city? by train or by bus? you have in internet-adress for plan or map?

Re: form odessa aeroport to kherson city

by nhoolb

www.poezda.net

Odessa train station to Herson, one afternoon train daily (the one to Zaporoje)

Re: form odessa aeroport to kherson city

by taurean_traveller

My wife who is from Nikolaev and travels part of the route regularly tells me that from the bus station in Odessa you can get a mini bus to Kherson and takes approx 4 hours now that the road has been repaired...
Catch a cab to the bus station from the airport (approx 150 grivna....$20)

Re: form odessa aeroport to kherson city

by vmakul

It depends on how much you want to spend on your travels, and how long you want to take for your trip. If you dont know anyone in Odessa, you will get ripped off by the taxi driver, if you go by train you are sure to pay the set price as everyone does. A train is more of an experience...

Travel Tips for Odessa

expense

by deeper_blue

Some parts of the Ukraine are quite poor and underdeveloped but not Odessa and other major cities. It isn't cheap to stay here. Many buildings and streets are very modern and well looked after. Ukraien uses the Hryvnia 5hr=1US dollar

Escalier Potemkine

by Klod5

So Odessa had to be summarized by only one picture, it would be the one of a baby carriage descending the marches after a fusillade... To this detail near : that the fusillade never had for setting the Richelieu staircase. Architect Franz Boffo, in 1841, constructed its monument for the travelers arriving of the sea. large of 21 meters to the basis, of 13 to the summit, high of 27 meters, the staircase appears bigger seen of the harbor. The 192 marches made of sandstone one been replaced by the granite in the years 1930.
Constructs in 1908, a funicular flanked the staircase, then it has been replaced, in the years 60 by the present escalator.

In the bottom of the photo : 'Kempinsky' hotel

Museum of Literature

by fipsi

The former palace of prince Gagarin now houses the Literary Museum. The rooms are beautiful (especially the Golden Hall), but they are the only things you will find interesting if you don't understand Russian or Ukrainian, which is a pitty as this city inspired a lot of famous literats (e.g. Pushkin, Gogol,....). But if you understand the explanations you can enjoy a collection of works and personalia of writers and poets.

Primorsky Boulevard and monument A.-E.Richelieu

by Klod5

The architectural ensemble of Primorsky Boulevard attests to the high standards of Odessa architects. Designed as the compositional pivot of the city, the Boulevard runs along the sealine. The middle section of the Boulevard is occupied by the semi-circular square with the monument to A.-E.Richelieu in the centre. The buildings of the stock exchange and the Vorontsov Palace terminate the Boulevard on each end to form an integral balanced whole. The architectural rhythm of Primorsky Boulevard, enhanced by horizontal terraces, is interrupted by the vertical line of the grandiose Stairs terraces, is interrupted by the vertical line of the grandiose Stairs which were given the name of Potemkin.

Hero City

by hunterV

Odessa is one of the Hero-Cities of the Soviet Union.
This honorary title was awarded to the city for the mass heroism, courage and staunchness of the working people of the city in their struggle against the Nazi invaders in 1941-45.

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