The beach districts are nice, but they’re simply dead during most of the year.Only during June, July, and August would it even be remotely worthwhile to live there. It’s just a culture that seems to want to scam people, the English is very poor, and there just isn’t much to do other than hang around in the city center. While I have no regrets about staying there for that long, I find myself thinking it’s unlikely I will ever make a return journey for more than a week-long vacation.So at first glance, I’d tend to agree that it is indeed the capital of the mail order bride industry.
There is such a variety and natural beauty that you will have all the elements you need to conquer the love of your partner.
A great city with lots of students and lots of activities to enjoy!
A young city in which you’ll be able to meet new people every day.
It would be like the United States changing New York City to York City. Dnipro’s population is just a hair under one million, so it’s roughly the same size as Odessa.
What Dnipro doesn’t quite have though is the booming tourism industry that Odessa has. It’ll be up to you to decide whether or not that’s a good thing.