Hrustalniy Dom

District of 12th Stantsiya Bolshogo Fontana, Hrustalny lane, 4, Odessa, 65016, Ukraine
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Sauna and Spa in Odessa and Kiev

by travelfunny

Hi, we are a couple visiting Odessa next month. Do you know any good spa/sauna we could go in Odessa and in Kiev?


Re: Sauna and Spa in Odessa and Kiev

by Gektor

Hi! I from Odessa, know an excellent spa and sauna.
There is a wonderful place 25 miles from Odessa. Tourist small town. It is developed and benefit with the background of the whole Ukraine.
Prices are ridiculous. For example, taxi stand just 1 dollar:)
Photos of the city, saunas, bars, restaurants can send by mail. Also helped with the visit, will help choose the place of residence, leisure.

Travel Tips for Odessa


by ZiOOlek

Those who live in Odessa are called Odessits by Russians and Odesits by Ukrainians. On Odessa, even though today it is a part of Ukraine, people speak Russian, while the Internet address, just like everywhere else in the world are written in Roman alphabet. Only McDonald's wishes to be politically correct inviting everyone in Ukrainian.:) The staff - when they do not feel like working - hang in the entrance little card in Russian `Closed due to technical problems`...

See the old part of the city....

by Maverick22

See the old part of the city. Please do not go shopping, you can shop somewhere else. You just MUST see Odessa port and Odessa Opera Theater. I have lived there almost all my life. I love this city near the Black Sea. I love to watch sunsets and sunrises on the beach. You just can't forget the experience like that. And once you see it you are going to miss it that's for sure.

Statue of the Duke of...

by viki

Statue of the Duke of Richelieu. The Duke of Richelieu was one of Odessa's founders. The bronze statue was first erected in 1828 by the St. Petersburg sculptor I. Martos and architect A. Melnikov. The Statue is located just before the Potemkinskaya Stairs, one of the most famous attactions in Odessa.

The Potemkin Stairs

by Klod5

The Potemkin Stairs are a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea. Sure, each city has it own place of mostly pronounced originality. For Odessa, no doubt, it will be Potemkin Stairs. The stairs leading from Prymorsky Boulevard down to the sea were constructed from 1837 through 1841 to the design of the architect F. Bofford. This imposing monument numbers 192 stairsarranged in ten flights and flanked by two-metre thick parapets. The difference in width between the highest (13.4 m) and the lowest (21.6 m) flights produces an optical illusion that enhances the grandeur of the structure. Originally, the stairs were faced with grey Trieste sandstone. With time, however, the sandstone weathered and was replaced with granite.

The famous Potemkin Stairs serve as a symbol of the city. It has recently been complemented with ramp overbridges to extend as far as the Novy Pier, where a modern structure of the new seaport is located on a high platform. Memorial plagues state that it was on precisely this spot that the first Odessa buildings were founded in 1794.

Construction Sites

by hunterV

Construction sites are among the city sites, too.
You can see them not only uptown where new apartment houses of very unique projects are being built, but also downtown.
This concrete-and-glass building is going to be a new Trade and Business Center and is it being built by Gefest Co. in Greek Street. exploring the streets in the Old City.


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