Odessa

Odessa is often called Ukrainian Pearl of the Black Sea. This beautiful city is located in southern part of Ukraine. The city is a major seaport located on the northwest shore of the Black Sea and the fourth largest city in Ukraine with a population of about 1.1 million people.

Odessa is a charming city on the Black sea coast with more than 2 centuries of eventful history. Shady streets with old buildings, sandy beaches and splendid restaurants of exquisite cuisine attract millions of tourists. They come to enjoy the beauty of this wonderful Ukrainian resort. Odessa proved itself fertile ground for various architectural styles. Some buildings display a marvelous mixture of different styles. Renaissance and Classicist styles are widely present.

Odessa climate is famous by its softness and the abundance of sunny days. An original regulator of climatic conditions in Odessa is the Black Sea - it weakens heat in the summer and softens frosts in the winter. The combination of a sea and steppe climate, the warm sea, fine beaches, a plenty of sunny days an abundance of fruit and vegetables - all this creates here exclusive conditions for rest, tourism and strengthening of health of people.

On the seacoast of Odessa you can find many marvelous beaches. Odessa is also well known for the beauty of its parks where you can find coolness under the leaves of old trees.

The best time to visit Odessa is the summer when everything is in bloom and unbelievably beautiful. The summer is especially favorable for those who are looking to tan on tranquil white beaches. Even during a short trip you will see that Odessa is really the Pearl of the Black Sea.