its stairs, whats the big deal about it? besides the view from there isnt the best. id expected a promenade and a beach maybe, not some frikkin container harbour and terminal...
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This is the place to see and be seen. It connect Primorski boulevard to the Odessa Sea Port . The stairs are considered a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea and are the best known symbol of Odessa.The stairs were...More
The steps are quite exerting, however it cuts right through to the port and has some very interesting features. Up on the hill, it leads to very interesting donated mini parks such as Istanbul/Odessa park and seoul/odessa. Very good quality children’s playground that rivals any...More
This and the passage and other salient points as stand alone attractions are not attractive. They need to be combined on a city tour of either the walking or driven variety. The steps are steps however wide and long they might be. Take the 1...More
On a cruise along the Dnieper river in Ukraine we moored near the base of the steps and they are well worth seeing. I would recommend riding up the steps and then walking down as there are an awful lot of steps.
Odessa landmark, get to know the story and enjoy the sorroundings. Go down the steps and take the furnicular back (UAH3)
These stairs (192 steps?) are very well known as thery are the background of one of the most well known scenes of Einsenstein's film Potemkin battleship. They are busy to arrange the park on each side of it