What to do in Crimea in winter? The options are countless! For example, improve your health in health resorts, breathe the healing sea air, taste the famous Crimean wine, slowly sip coffee on the promenade, or go on unusual excursions to the places that you have not yet had a chance to visit. And, of course, taste the winter Crimea!
With the onset of autumn, a wonderful time comes to Crimea. The heat gradually recedes, but the sea is still warm with the heat accumulated over the summer. The high season gives way to the velvet one, unhurried and generous in impressions.
Summer is often called a "small life", because during this period people try to do something for what they do not have enough time in autumn, winter or spring. And the first thing is to recuperate. And not only the body, but also the soul. The ideal place for such a diverse holiday will be Crimea.
The closer the opening day of the railway part of the Crimean Bridge, the more number of those willing to take a train to the peninsula and back. To help tourists, we tell about everything that is known about the trains so far, and how to make the long-awaited railroad journey.
Discover the South of Russia for yourself from a new side thanks to the Golden Ring of the Bosporus Kingdom tourist route. It was laid in places where the ancient kingdom’s heritage has been preserved: in the towns of Crimea, Krasnodar and Rostov Regions.
A spa city in western Crimea with a history that goes back 2500 years. The ancient Greek settlement that existed on the site of modern Yevpatoria was called Kerkinitis (Κερκινίτις in Greek). A fortress of Gezlev was built in the place of the ancient polis during the Ottoman rule.
Sudak is a small resort town located on the southeastern coast of Crimea. Sudak Bay is famous for its crystal clear water, pebble beaches and unique low, picturesque hills. The town is located around an impregnable fortress that has witnessed the region's tumultuous history.