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The Odessa Port, Odessa

(3.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
The Odessa Port represents Ukraine's largest seaport, featuring a direct railway connection, 80 yacht berths, and a variety of entertainment venues. Visit the passenger terminal that serves several million people per year and check out the bars, maritime museums, and entertainment. The event hall here can hold up to 500 guests and hosts concerts, cultural programs, and fashion shows. If you wish to learn about the port's history, military, and economic activities, choose either a pedestrian tour or guided bus tour of the site. You'll also be able to see St. Nicholas Church in the area. Make The Odessa Port a centerpiece of your Odessa vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Odessa holiday planner.
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  • The seaport has not met us sunny weather, but this did not prevent us to enjoy the sea air, screaming seagulls and the Odessa traffic navigable
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  • Good place! The only pity is that sea port abandoned and empty. Go, and around large deserted halls, a non-working escalators, vacant rooms where there were supposed to be placed. Feeling as if you are a participant in the film.
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  • Little strolling between the cargo trains, stinky vrachrwagens, and leaving pier with megalomaniac buildings that no longer are for. Go take a look for yourself and you don't know what you see. Port is in action, but in my view not suitable for tourists. Patjomkin on stairs down and up again I'd say.
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