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Odessa Sea Port and Vorontsov Lighthouse

Seaport Odesa
Duration: 3 hours
Operation: April - September
Max number of participants:
Available in:* English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian
The tour price per person*
Group: from USD 18
*Please see information in the price chart
A fascinating marine excursion will bring you to the Odessa Sea Port, which you will see from the inside – travel by the piers, observe the huge cargo terminals, have some historical insights and enjoy the Odessa Port panorama from the viewing platform. From there you will proceed to the Vorontsov Lighthouse, one of the romantic symbols of Odessa. You will walk along the inshore pier, and on your way might be lucky to encounter not only noisy seagulls but playing dolphins too.
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The excursion highlights
  • Seaport Odessa
  • Vorontsov Lighthouse
Seaport Odessa
Seaport Odessa
Group Number of participants Price, USD
GROUP 1 - 2 From 132
3 - 5 From 53
6 - 15 From 18
16 - 25 From 22
26 - 40 From 18
  • The price per person depends on number of participants
  • The prices include all applicable taxes and fees
  • The prices include admissions to the sights
  • The excursion prices are subject to change without prior notice
  • Availability of tours in other than the English or the Russian language, as well as price for such a tour, is subject to confirmation upon submission of your request.
  • Additional fees may apply for pick-ups from some locations, such as sea or river ports.


Dear Olga
Can I thank you and your colleagues for fixing up the hotels and trains
for us on our recent trip. We had a fantastic time and Odessa was
really stylish and charming. The food was exceptionally good everywhere
in Ukraine and far better than I could have dreamt
of. And Hotel Yalta was a wonderful experience- we even managed to get
the receptionists to smile and that takes some doing.
We might even come back!

thanks again

Dr Bob Crabtree September 2008

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