In the heart of Odessa there are located its famous streets: Deribasovskaya ,Rishelyevskaya, Catherine streets, Primorsky Boulevard.
With the wind you’ll pass by them and see more than 40 attractions. City Garden, a monument to a famous singer and odessite Utyosov and the 12th chair, Transfiguration Cathedral, Passage, House with one wall, Vorontsov Palace, Potemkin stairs, duke de Richelieu monument, the Opera House, etc. You will learn all the fun of the history of our city, famous odessite, legends and myths that are currently stored in the Odessa streets and courtyards:
These and many other secrets we will reveal to you in the course of this tour.
The route length is about 7 km., three stops are made for taking photos. On the interactive map below you can read more about the route. And buy a ticket for a tour!
Odessa is famous for its sandy beaches. This will take you to one of them, the most famous and popular. "It smells of the sea and the moon hanging above the Langeron" - sings Mikhail Shufutinksy.
Once here at the sea Frenchman Count Langeron, Governor-General of Odessa built a cottage, one of the first in Odessa. However, today only an ancient arch at the entrance to the beach reminds about it. The house itself came down once along with the shore, because landslides are frequent in Odessa. Now here is a beautiful promenade with fountains, a dolphinarium, luxury hotels and well-equipped beaches.
Our route starts from the city center and runs along the sea. You will drive through the shady alleys of Shevchenkopark, where you will see the remains of an ancient fortress, built under the guidance of the great commander Alexander Suvorov 2 years before the founding of Odessa. You will be presented the famous stadium "Chernomorets", upgraded with the latest technology to the Euro 2012. You will see the oldest observatory in the country and learn about the heroic deeds ofOdessans during WWII near the Alley of Glory. Then stroll along the promenade, where there is a pool with dolphins, and, of course, touch the sea!