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Itinerary:Livadia Palace - Swallow's Nest - Vorontsov Palace and Park - The Botanical Gardens at Nikita - Aivazovsky Park - Massandra Palace and Park - Yalta - Bakhchisarai - Bakhchisarai Cave Monastery - Chufut-Kale - Bakhchysarai Khan's Palace
The Palace was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II, and his family in Livadiyia, Crimea. It was their second official residence.
The famous Yalta Conference was held here in 1945, when the palace housed the apartments of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and other members of the American delegation.
Today the palace is a museum, but sometimes it’s being used for international summits.
One of the most beautiful places in Crimea, Swallow's Nest, is located on a cliff Aurora (central ledge of Cape Ai-Todor) and attracts many tourists from different countries.
It is Crimea’s symbol, looks as a nest overhanging the coast between Miskhor and Livadia, crowning a 38-meter cliff.
Alupkinsky Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, also known as Vorontsov Palace, built in the first half of the 19th century, at the foot of Mount Ai-Petri.
The first owner of the magnificent palace was Count Mikhail Vorontsov.
There are 150 rooms, including luxury parade, with antique furniture, paintings & antique statues adorning the winter garden.
The palace, surrounded by cypresses and magnolias, clearly silhouetted against the Crimean Mountains, crowned the summit of Ai-Petri.
Vorontsov Palace Park is a beautiful monument of landscape art, founded about 200 years ago, which has more than 200 species of trees and shrubs from around the world.
To finish the day, we are inviting you to our home for the real authentic Russian barbecue – “shashliki”
Established in 1812 by order of Tsar Alexander I. The Botanical Gardens at Nikita are among the oldest in the country. Here you can see a 1000-year-old juniper and 500-year-old oak tree, both native to Crimea, as well as many of almost 15,000 species collected from all corners of the globe.
There are more than 300 different kinds of plants growing in the park today. Most of them were brought from all over the world. One of the most interesting objects is the ancient olive grove. It is believed that these trees were planted more than 200 years ago. In 1998 the park was recognized as a monument of landscape art. The park is a full-scale tourist attraction today.
The Massandra Palace stands in a beautiful parkland on the outskirts of Yalta. It contains a significant collection of fine art and period furniture in rooms set out to reflect the grandeur of its original nineteen century owners.
We are going to see the evening Yalta.
The city is located on the site of an ancient Greek colony, founded by the Greek conquerors who were looking for a safe shore (γιαλός – yalos in Greek) on which to land.
We will take a walk on the boardwalk of Lenin, the central walking street of Yalta. It is the oldest street of the city, with amazing architecture, surrounded by palm trees, a string of restaurants, bars, cafes and a variety of attractions.
Performances, carnivals and festivals are held here. Walking through it, you will plunge into the atmosphere of endless festival, which lasts the entire holiday season.
One of the must do things in Yalta is to have a ride the old funicular which we will do.We will have supper at the one of Yalta's restaurants.
The first and the last day are for transfer from/to airport, check in/check out. Depending on the time of arrival/departure there will be a possibility of extra activities.
USD $798 per person 2 people in the group
$756 per person 4 people in the group
$726 per person 6 people in the groupThe price and itinerary may vary depending on the number of tour participants and the dates chosen (season).
Crimea marvel quest
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