- Coastal Square is a beautiful mini-park with entertainment for children, dogs are allowed.
- Yacht Club "Sich" is a mini zoo and a great place with beautiful landscaping. Dogs are not allowed here.
Old Kodaki and Sazhevka gully are beautiful places of the Dnieper, which must be visited. On the Internet they are compared to New Zealand. Stop at the gully for a photo for 15 minutes. The quarry can be a place for a hike or a picnic with kebabs. There are gorgeous panoramic spots above or cute "pockets" near the water. It's very crowded on weekends in the summer!
The Dnieper embankment on the left bank is Vorontsov beach, Solnechny l/m and Marshala Malinovskogo street with their viewing platforms. There are places for walking and for picnic, but somehow everything is not cozy and for ⭐⭐⭐⭐ with a stretch. The observation deck opposite mall Babylon is a must-visit, at least once in the evening, when it gets absolutely dark and the right side of the Dnieper is lit up with night lights!
Shevchenko Park is a favorite place for young people and students. The park is divided into a "wild part" for walks with dogs and an older, but still well-groomed walking part with alleys and benches for lovers. Suitable for walking with children - there are rides and a rope park. The culmination of the walk is the viewpoint of the central part of the city. In the summertime, the best sunset in town! There's also a pedestrian bridge crossing nearby to Monastery Island, no less a romantic spot.
The Dnieper embankment is the longest in Europe and can rightly be considered one of the most beautiful! Its length is more than 30 km. It consists of three sections:
- From Parus to the center - Zavodskaya Naberezhnaya. You can walk, but it is not interesting. ⭐⭐
- The central most beautiful part and most frequented for walks in all Dnieper is Sicheslavskaya Embankment (old name Lenin Street) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐.
- From the Center to Pobeda-6 is Pobeda Embankment. As of 2020 is under reconstruction. Previously you could estimate ⭐⭐⭐⭐
If you have to choose between Genicheskiy and Arabatskaya arrow, it's better to choose the second one, namely the village Schastlivtsevo. There are cleaner beaches, not so shallow entrance to the water and more civilized atmosphere. If you like salted fish, you can visit the salt lake Rosovoye. If you like salted fish, you can easily buy it at the "Hot Spring" market in Shchaslovtsevo, which is closer to the Strelkovoye village. If you like berdyansk and Kirillovka, you can recommend resting on the Arabatskaya strelka. Those who like the Crimea won't like Genichesk and the whole area).
Ivan Starov Square (Sobornaya Square) is a place for walks. For the center of the city, it's quite a cozy place, which is buried in verdure. Nearby are a cluster of attractions of the Dnieper: Savior Transfiguration Cathedral, the Historical Museum, the Diorama "Battle for the Dnieper", the stone women and Shevchenko Park.