Crimea – it is warm beaches and wonderful rocky cliffs, unique caves and charming waterfalls, endless vineyards and luxurious resorts, Scythian burrows and ancient ruins, Orthodox churches and ancient mosques. Yalta has a fame of place for business meetings which is caused by the event when the leaders of the USSR, the US and the UK divided Europe into East and West. Sevastopol is the Ukrainian first-rate seaport where the main naval station of the Russian Black Sea Fleet and the Ukrainian Navy. Simferopol many years ago was an ancient and powerful state – the Scythian Naples.
Arrival to the international airport "Simferopol". Meeting with your guide-translator. Check in at the hotel. Simferopol sightseeing tour. You visit to St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral, Three Saints Church, All Saints Church and St. Lucas Grave. Lunch and dinner are included.
Breakfast at the restaurant. Check out the hotel. Transfer to the Bakhchisaray where you visit Khan's palace. From the 15th century until 1783, Bakhchisaray (in Turkish "garden palace") was the seat of the Crimean khans. Delicious Tatar-style lunch at the local restaurant. Transfer to the Sevastopol. Check in the hotel in Sevastopol. Dinner at the restaurant.
Breakfast at the restaurant. Check out the hotel. Sightseeing in naval base and seaport Sevastopol. After city tour we visit the ruins of Chersoneses. Afternoons we visit Balaklava – Soviet Submarine Base. Transfer to Yalta. Check in at the hotel. Dinner at the restaurant.
Breakfast at the restaurant. Transfer to Sudak where you visit Sudak Fortress built in 14-th century. It was one of the most important Genoese trading centres on the Great Silk Road from China. Lunch at the restaurant. Road to Noviy Svit. Here we visit Golitsyn trail, Groth Chaliapin and at the end of excursion we move to Noviy Svit house of champagne wines. Return to hotel. Dinner at the restaurant.
Breakfast at the hotel. Visiting Livadiya Palace – the summer residence of the last of the Russian Tsars Nicholas II, and in February 1945 home to the Yalta Conference. Then we visit the Swallow’s Nest Castle – the symbol of the Southern Coast of the Crimea. Lunch at the restaurant. Afternoons we visit Masandra Palace and Nikitsky Botanical Garden. Return to the hotel. Dinner at the restaurant.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out the hotel. Transfer to Simferopol. Flight registration. Departure.
The Khan's Palace or Hansaray is located in the town of Bakhchysarai, Crimea. It was built in the 16th century and became home to a succession of Crimean Khans. It is one of the Muslim palaces found in Europe.
Sevastopol is the second largest port in Ukraine, after the Port of Odessa. Sevastopol is the pearl of the Crimean peninsula. Located on an inlet of the Black Sea, the city is today a naval base and seaport with a reach history that lists around 400 monuments and sites.
It is an ancient Greek colony founded approximately 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula, known then as Taurica. The colony was established in the 6th century BC by settlers from Heraclea Pontica.
It is a former city on the Crimean Peninsula and part of the city of Sevastopol which carries a special administrative status in Ukraine. It was a city in its own right until 1957 when it was formally incorporated into the municipal borders of Sevastopol by the Soviet government.One of the monuments is an underground, formerly classified submarine base that was operational until 1993. The base was said to be virtually indestructible and designed to survive a direct atomic impact. During that period, Balaklava was one of the most secret residential areas in the Soviet Union.
It is small town in Crimea, Ukraine 3 kilometres west of Yalta.Livadiia became a summer residence of the Russian tsars in 1861. In 1945, it served as the meeting place of the Yalta Conference and residence of Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Conference.
It is the Palace of Alexander III. It stands in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of Yalta. It contains a significant collection of fine art and period furniture in rooms set out to reflect the grandeur of its original nineteenth century owners.
It is one of the oldest botanical gardens. It is located in Crimea, Ukraine, close to Yalta, by the shores of the Black Sea. It was founded in 1812 and named after the settlement Nikita.
The Genoese fortress of Sudak was built in 14th-15th centuries as a combination of high towers (originally 18) and crenulated walls, the fortress still cuts a magnificent silhouette. It was one of the most important Genoese trading centers on the Great Silk Road.
It is an historic palace situated at the foot of the Crimean Mountains near the town of Alupka in Crimea, southern Ukraine. The Vorontsov Palace is one of the oldest and largest residential palaces in all of Crimea, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions on Crimea's southern coast.
It is a resort city in Crimea, southern Ukraine, on the north coast of the Black Sea. The city is located on the site of an ancient Greek colony, said to have been founded by Greek sailors who were looking for a safe shore on which to land. It is situated on a deep bay facing south towards the Black Sea, surrounded by wooded mountains. It has a warm humid subtropical climate with many vineyards and orchards in the vicinity.