The Museum of Defense of Sevastopol unites six iconic places, including Malakhov Hill, Sapun-Gora mountain and the St. Prince Vladimir Cathedral, where 13 Russian admirals were buried. What exhibits are exposed there and what they offer visitors – please find in our material.
There are many interesting attractions in Eupatoria. In the old part alone, more than ten landmarks related to different faiths and centuries are concentrated in a small territory. A rich heritage has been left in this Crimean city by the peoples who inhabited it in the eras long gone.
This sea resort in the eastern Crimea is close to the picturesque mountain massifs and the steppe hills with vineyards here and there. All this is about the famous artistic village of Crimea − a delightful Koktebel. We are telling the residents and guests of the peninsula what you can see in Koktebel in one day.
What to visit in Crimea to fall in love with it forever? Go to the majestic palaces and cave towns, climb the mountains and descend into its underground, walk through the old parks, appreciate the courage of the heroes who defended Crimea and make a wish under the rock arch in the sea.
Fortification on the Fortress Hill is the ID card of Sudak. In the Middle Ages, the Genoese built it as a stronghold for the colony of the Republic of Genoa in the northern Black Sea region. Parts of the fortifications of 14-15 centuries on an area of 30 hectares have survived to these days.
Bakhchisaray is a town of a real oriental fairy tale and mysterious antiquity. It combines natural, architectural and historical sights that amaze with their beauty and originality. There are objects that are not found anywhere else in the world, so be sure to plan a trip to Bakhchisaray during your vacation in Crimea.
Alushta is the second most popular resort on the sunny South Coast. This city boasts of one of the longest promenades in Crimea. The walking coastal strip there is divided into three parts, but in fact it stretches for seven kilometers. We invite you to take a bird's eye view of the "younger sister" of Yalta: take a virtual 3D tour with us.
Gurzuf is famous for its narrow colorful streets, picturesque landscapes and the memory of Chekhov and Pushkin – both used to stay there. Museums tell about these outstanding writers. This south coast town is very popular among tourists. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this enchanting place with our 3D tour.
Koktebel is translated from the Crimean Tatar language as "land of blue hills". A shade like this its mountains really get under certain lighting conditions. The town became famous as the cradle of jazz, a haven for artists and poets, the abode of poet Maximilian Voloshin. Visit this amazing land with us − with the help of a 3D tour.
Once Noviy Svet was called Paradise. And it is justified. After all, there, in this splendor of nature, you feel like in paradise. It is not for nothing that the "father" of the Crimean winemaking, Prince Lev Golitsyn, chose the Noviy Svet mountain slopes and cozy valleys.
The Crimean Astrophysical Observatory was founded on June 30, 1945. Every year, thousands of the starlit night's fans come there for romance and a bright palette of unforgettable experiences. What this outstanding and atmospheric place now offers guests was disclosed by the Crimean Travel Portal.
Hero City, the oldest city in Russia. It's all about Kerch. Today it is the eastern gate of Crimea, through which most tourists come there. And Kerch is ready to show its guests many interesting sights, unveil the secrets of its rich past and show how it can be modern.
Yalta has been the most popular tourist destination in Crimea for many years. It is not without reason that it is called the resort capital of the peninsula. It attracts guests not only with cozy beaches, but also with gorgeous landscapes and famous sights.
To find places resembling Monaco, Maldives and Turkey in Crimea: TOP-7 best places to relax in summer
Crimean peninsula is sometimes called a world in miniature. The beauty of the whole world is reflected there. To some extent it resembles Monaco and USA, Cappadocia and even the Maldives with its white sand. And it is not at all necessary to travel thousands of kilometers to other countries to see all this beauty.
Western Crimea is becoming more and more popular with tourists − people go there for relaxation and recreation all year round. For motorists and everyone who loves to travel to interesting places, we will tell you where on the western coast you should definitely go by car.