Zhytomyr

Zhytomyr (Ukrainian:Жито́мир), Zhitomir, (Polish:Żytomierz), (Yiddish: זשיטאָמיר), Zhitomir) is a city in Central Ukraine. The administrative center of the Zhytomyr region and Zhitomir district. Located in northern Ukraine, 150 km west of Kiev centre. Population: 271,000 inhabitants.

Get in

Ukrainian intercity links to/from Crimea may be disrupted or non-functional in the aftermath of a March 2014 Russian military invasion. See Crimea for info.

Get around

The public transport shuttling within Zhytomyr include one tram line plus trolleybuses, buses and minibuses. Since 17 March 2011 trolleybus/tram fare in Zhytomyr is 1.5 hryvnias for one passenger (for any distance). Tram working time 5.30-21.56, 14.7km long, intervals 4 mins., 7:00-19:00, later or earlier 10-20 mins. Last buses 7pm except No.1, 4A what are until 21:00, and No.15 to 22:00, and No.2 which until 23:00. working.

See

St. Sophia Cathedral

Sacred places

Transfiguration Cathedral, Byzantine-Russian style

Museums

Fire Tower Museum

Monuments

The former high school, where studied Korolenko - Russian writer, journalist.
Tribelya House

Nature

Further afield

Radomysl Castle

Do

Zhytomyr Philharmonic

Buy

Central Department store

Eat

Pizzerias

Fast Food

Drink

Cafes

Club

Sleep

Connect

Cope

Map of free Wi-Fi spots.

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