Crimea is unique historic- cultural reserve in the whole Russian Federation. Here, for centuries many types of culture of different peoples living in the area had been stamping their remnants. Despite on its small size , Crimea peninsula has diverse climate. Three climatic subzones can be distinguished: Steppe Crimea ( most of the Crimea , north, west and center of the peninsula ) , the Crimean Mountains , South Coast (the southern coast of Crimea ) .


History the Crimea is full of developments: it’s confrontation between civilizations of Eastern and Western parts of Black sea peninsula, the story of Greek colonizers and the nomads of the Golden Orda, the first Christians and Muslims , who had built here the churches and mosques.

From the 18-th of March 2014 year Crimea today is a part of Russian Federation. Its capital is Simferopol. The biggest Crimea cities are Sevastopol, Yalta, Kerch, Evpatoriya, Feodossiya. It is washed by the Black sea from the south and west, by Azov sea- from the east.

First settlements were of Kimerrians, Tauras, Skifs and Greeks from III century B.C. After conquering of Ancient Russ, Crimea peninsula or Taurida as it had been called was under the power of Golden Orda, tatars. 

Russian-Turkish war of 1768-1774 finished Ottoman domination in Crimea region. Crimea peninsula began to develop quickly. City-fortress of Sevastopol was built in 1783, Simferopol was built in 1784.

Crimea had been the part of Russian empire since 1783 being Taurian province with its center in Simferopol. It became the most favorite place for having rest for “Russian beau-monde”.

During Civil war of 1917-1923 “white” and “red” governments were changing each other several times and finally in 1920 Crimea peninsula became a part of RSFSR. During WWII there were some legendary battles on the territory of Crimea peninsula: battle of Sevastopol and its defense in 1941-1942, Simferopol relieving in 1944, Kerch defense and many other but not less significant fights.


But Crimea isn’t only rich in historic events point on the European map. It is also the most beautiful and diverse nature which had become the best place for tourism and vacation for Russians and Europeans. Crimea tourism is an important part in its economics. The most popular Crimean cities for spending holidays are Yalta, Alushta, Massandra, Sevastopol, Balaklava, Kotebel, Noviy Svet and others.

Today Crimea is a popular tourist destination which attracts visitors from all over the world with its wonderful climate, warm Black sea coast, variety of natural landscapes and plenty of opportunities for active tourism and sightseeings. Here you can choose any kind of tours: historic, sightseeing, religious, military, nature, winery and many others; visit both historically important and significant places, castles or wine- producing plants, taste traditional tatar, ukrainian, russian or jewish cuisines and admire beauties of Crimea nature, landscapes and mountains.

All these and many other interesting points we offer our tourists in the following tour:

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Tour price is counted individually depending on tourists amount and its duration

Tour price includes:

  • hotel price (8 nights 3/4* accommodation in Sevastopol, Simferopol, Balaklava, Bakhchisaray (breakfast included) twin shared room;
  • transfer from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport;
  • transportation according to the program of the tour;
  • entrance tickets costs in all museums according to the tour program;
  • guiding service carried out in English or French;
  • dinner and supper during the trip;
  • Wi-Fi connection in all hotels

The tour price DOESN’T INCLUDE:

  • flight tickets costs
  • Russian visa costs
  • souvenirs costs
  • personal expenses such as telephone, minibar, etc
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)

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