7 hours along Yalta coast.
We will start with far jump to Foros church with the stoppage at Alexander Nevsky Cathedral built in 1913 in honor of the third centenary of Romanov (Russian Tsar) House.
Foros church located on a cliff is one of remarkable places in Southern coast of Crimea. From my point of view it must be a Symbol of Crimea.
From Foros church we drive to Alupka palace, one of the most beautiful palaces in Crimea. It was built in the first part of 19 century. Russian poet Pushkin visited it.
On the way from Alupka to Livadia we will stop at a beautiful café to admire the scenery over a cup of tea. You will observe beautiful Swallow's Nest castle located on a beetling over sea rock. This castle is the Symbol of Crimea.
Livadia palace in Yalta was Summer residence of Romanov (Russian Tsar) family before revolution 1917. In February 1945 during Yalta conference President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and General Secretary Joseph Stalin met here.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Yalta port. Custom terminal. When you pass it you will see me. I will hold the card with your name.
End location: I will drop you off at the cruise ship terminal.
Duration: 7 hours
Car transfers (minivan Ford Focus C-max with air-conditioner) and also some walking.
My services as your personal tour guide and help with transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal and around the city.
Entrance fees - up to 10 US dollars per person each museum.
in some museums it is prohibited to organize private excursions. In such situation I can provide an escort for you into museum only.
Due to OFAC sanctions, 100% of the tour cost is payable in cash in USD or EUR to me at the start of the tour
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Alex, is a great communicator and has a wealth of knowledge of the area. we used Alex for two days of touring , both in Yalta & Sevastopol ,..he has a comfortable vehicle, and was very helpful. Alex has extensive knowledge of the navel submarine base and it's history and was able to impart this to us.