The large port city of Odessa, Ukraine, built on a cliff overlooking the Black Sea, presents a dichotomy. In part, it's an ugly, industrial, oil-refinery city, but it also has streets lined with lilac and acacia trees, outstanding classic architecture, a thriving cafe scene, vibrant nightlife at the Arkadia beach and nightclub area and relatively uncrowded beaches. It's a pleasant place to spend a day or party on the weekend. Go to one of the parks on a Sunday and watch the families out for a st... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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