Sights of Odessa
What you need to see
City Garden
It is the oldest park in the city, located in the heart of Odessa, on Deribasovskaya Street.
Deribasovskaya Street
Deribasovskaya is the central street of the city of Odessa, it is one of the main attractions of the city.
The monument to Duke de Richelieu
The glory of one of the most attractive places in Odessa is deservedly owned by the monument to Duke de Richelieu - one of the founders of Odessa. It is the first monument of Odessa, erected in 1828.
Potemkin Stairs
The huge and monumental Potemkin Stairs, which can safely be called not only a symbol of Odessa, but also one of the most striking sights of Ukraine.
Odessa Maritime Station
The seafront of the Odessa Maritime Station is very much loved by both city guests and locals, so it is one of the city's landmarks. Here you can always meet those who want to admire the sea beauty and breathe the sea air.
Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater
The Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater is famous first of all for its architecture, and in it is highly competitive with the best theaters in Europe. The theater building has been considered one of the best in the world at the time.
This monument of architecture and history, built in the late XIX. The architectural ensemble of the "Passage" is a house with an atrium - a glazed space, with a courtyard in the form of a through gallery.
Primorskiy boulevard
The seaside boulevard is one of the most beautiful architectural ensembles of classicism of our country! It stretches high above sea level on a steep bank, and adorns the facade of the city.
Sobornaya square
One of the main squares of Odessa, in the historic city center. It has the shape of an irregular pentagon. In the center of the square there is the Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Saviour - the largest Orthodox church in Odessa.
Istanbul Park
Istanbul Park in Odessa is a modern picturesque 2.7 ha square with landscaped grounds. It was recently opened, but has already become a popular destination for residents of Odessa and tourists