If you travel by train and do not speak russian you need to go to the other side of the building. The building is in a U shape and you are looking for window 7 they speak english.
If you are interested in architecture, try to visit this building. Yes, in fact its regular train station, but when you will think about it like about monument, it is really interesting. I highly recommended went at night to the platforms and than look back to the railway station – because of lighting and Ukraine flag at the top it... More
It is a rather safe station even if you arrive with the early morning train from Simferopol, (paid) guarded waiting room, clean toilets, café open, so all in all rather pleasant experience
We regularly use trains when we travel around Europe & some are very shabby & unwelcoming, and some are wonderful works of architecture. We arrived into Odessa on a night train from Lviv at about 08.30. The place was buzzing with travellers. We used the toilets and found them quite clean. They ate the "squatting type" also there are showers... More
Take a walk and look at the building from outside and dont forget to go inside. Then a coffee and watching all people getting on or off their trains. The Odessa main market is just one block from the station.
the building is old and keep a lot of history, being part of the heroic city of odessa and its defense. nevertheless, the train service is not bad, the facilities there are awfull, restrooms very very very dirty, lots of homeless people around and lots of vendors offering you from taxy till apartments there, ot sure if is safe to... More
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