February 9 is the celebration day of the civil aviation personnel. This holiday unites everyone who takes off hundreds of aircraft every day and transports thousands of passengers. In Crimea, this day is celebrated by the personnel of Simferopol International Airport.
Restrictions due to Covid-19 are still in force in the Republic of Crimea. They affect museums and theaters, hotels and health resorts, spa and fitness centers, catering outlets and other facilities. Restrictions also apply to people over 60 years old.
The Crimean Bridge is the main transport artery connecting the peninsula with mainland Russia. Due to the coronavirus pandemic the quarantine measures were introduced in Crimea on April 2, in the neighboring Krasnodar Territory a little earlier − on March 31. As a result, travel between the regions was limited.
What does Crimea begin with? For millions of visitors it begins with the Simferopol airport – destination for planes arriving from all over Russia. Last year a new, Ultra-modern, multifunctional and incredibly beautiful terminal was opened a few kilimetres away from the old one.
Preparing for vacations in Crimea one can look for information on the Internet or ask friends. And there is another source of information about travel routes, cities and attractions which you can get immediately upon arrival − in the Tourist Information Centre at the Simferopol Airport.