In total, the rating includes 2,295 cultural sites: temples, museums, monuments, parks, etc., including 110 sites in Crimea and 28 in Sevastopol.
So, among the main tourist sites of Crimea, the Russians were mostly interesting in:
- Vorontsov Palace in Alupka
- Genoese Fortress in Sudak
- Yusupov Palace in Koreiz
It is noteworthy that the Swallow's Nest took an honorable third place in the ranking of the most popular palaces in Russia, losing only to the Great Peterhof and Great Catherine Palaces in St. Petersburg. And the Genoese fortress in Sudak and the cave town of Mangup-Kale were among the ten most beloved fortresses and fortifications of the country.
In Sevastopol, users were most often interested in such museums and monuments as:
In general, judging by the number of requests, the main Russian attraction is the State Hermitage Museum. Following are the Moscow Kremlin, the Great Peterhof Palace and Mamayev Kurgan. The Big Catherine Palace closes the top five.