This is one of the oldest and most visited streets of the resort capital of Crimea. It is lined with palm trees, historic buildings and umbrella-shaped canopies. There are several famous Yalta attractions on the promenade. For example, a chapel in honor of the New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia Synod Chapel, Isadora Duncan's platanus tree, a monument to Mikhail Pugovkin, Chekhov and a Lady with a Doggie sculpture group, a monument to Vladimir Lenin and others. Another interesting tourist attraction is the Roffe Baths, built in 1897.
In addition, there are ticket offices for pleasure boats on the promenade. The Yalta − Gorka cable road begins there, by which you can reach the Darsan hill.