Boundless heath, deep forests, mysterious gorges, rugged mountains and spectacular sea views - performing Crimea tour you can see all this beauty. Gardens, orchards and vineyards, exotic dishes and flavor of the Crimean wines - have brought glory to the Crimean coast in the whole world. 

  The climate is temperate in the Crimea: mild in the heath parts and more humid closer to the mountain forests. South Coast is characterized by a sub Mediterranean climate.   

Go2UA private guides organise 1-day or 3-5 hours tour to the popular attractions and famous places of Crimea:


If Adam and Eve had a choice, they would live on the Crimean coast. Crimean nature is not inferior to the luxury of the Garden of Eden. But there are much more temptations on the Crimean peninsula!

Yes, Crimea is a real Paradise in Ukraine and Simferopol is its gate. Unfortunately, the town has a reputation of a transit town rather than a place to have a rest. However Simferopol is a town with a long and interesting history, busy administrative and cultural center of Crimea.

Not without a purpose the name of the town in the ancient Greek means “gatherer town”. Being situated right in the centre of the Crimean peninsular Simferopol lies in the crossing of the roads from the east, west, north and south. The town itself can be divided into two parts: the old town (with curved streets and lanes, little crooked houses, a mosque and an orthodox monastery) and the modern town (with direct parallel streets, business centres, theatres, cinemas, museums etc.).

The Museum of Simferopol history tells us the story of the town. A lot of museum pieces are dedicated to the famous dwellers of Simferopol, such as Pushkin, Tolstoy, Aivazovsky, Franko, Suvorov and others. Moreover, the Museum of Simferopol history gives an opportunity to be absorbed in other significant events of the town history.

Simferopol disposes also:

  • State Art Museum

  • Ethnic Museum

  • Railway Museum

  • Art galleries with paintings of the Crimean modern artists

  • cosy libraries

  • numerous theatres and cinemas
  • parks with playgrounds and ponds

A small Zoo in the Children’s Park is a perfect place to spend time with kids. Taurida national University has a wonderful Botanic garden with various arts of roses, lilacs and rare trees. This is the favorite place of the dwellers for photoshootings and romantic walks.

The history lovers should visit Neapol Scythius — ruins of ancient town which was the capital of Scythia from 4th century BC till 3rd century AC. It looks very impressive!

At night Simferopol offers clubs, restaurants and theme pubs. For example, “Sila celta” is a Celtic pub with Celtic music and waiters in kilts; “Coffein” is a bar with a variety of coffee kinds; “Knyazha vtiha” is a restaurant with Ukrainian national cuisine etc.

Simferopol is a town where several cultures smoothly interweave that makes the town such an interesting and attractive place for dwellers and visitors. So, if you are already in Crimea tour, favour Simferopol at least one day and plunge into the businesslike but still romantic atmosphere of the town.


The second important city in Crimea is Sevastopol – the main sea cost city and the harbor of Crimea. From Sevastopol harbor hundreds of ships, yachts and boats are out to the sea. Sea tours and Crimea tours along the southern coast are very popular for tourists and Crimea visitors.

The history of Sevastopol dates back to ancient times. It was founded by the ancient Greeks, and called Chersonesus, and has served as a commercial, trade and cultural center of the peninsula for a long time. In the middle of the fifteenth century, Chersonese could not resist the barbarian pillaging and was abandoned by its residents. Later on the modern city of Sevastopol was formed around there, which age is a little older than 200 years. Now, the ancient town area is an archaeological Museum - a monument of world importance and one of the main attractions often visited in the Crimea. That’s why Sevastopol is very popular among tourists from all over the world.


Yalta, or as it is often called the Pearl of the Crimea – is the most famous tourist Crimea resort. The separate tour must be devoted to this beautiful town of Yalta to have time to explore the beauty of all its sites. The unique climate and landscape of extraordinary beauty, reserved seats and old parks, museums and monuments – it all simply beckons travelers. You will find a lot of attractions in Yalta and its surroundings called “the Big Yalta”. 

One more wonderwork you may see in Yalta is Swallow's Nest (Bird's-nest). An amazing castle which was built in 1912 by Russian architect on the top of high cliff between Gaspra and Yalta (about 7 kilometer away). The building resembles a medieval knight's castle. It became a kind of symbol of Crimea and you will find it on thousands of postcards, pictures and souvenirs from Crimea.

While traveling to the Crimea make sure to visit the national heritage of Ukraine:

  • Nikitinskiy Botanical Garden 

  • Livadia

  • Vorontsov Palace and Massandra, a waterfall the Wuchang-Su
  • Ai-Petri: the highest mountain in Crimea

It’s very interesting to see all the sights of the Big Yalta if you decide to take cruise on a boat or ferry.


Crimea tour can start at the South of the peninsula, with its main city – Cerch (Kerch) which is considered to be one of the most ancient cities of the world. Even nowadays there are many remained attractions in Kerch – historical and architectural monuments which belong to different centuries and cultures.

The ancient cities Panticapaeum and Mirmeky must be noticed among the sights, which were founded by the Ionian Greeks, also King's mound and fortress of Yeni-Kale are famous attractions.


Feodosia – is one of the ancient cities of Crimea as well, founded by creeks in VI c. b.c., and the city has preserved many monuments. During your travel to Crimea, on Crimea tours, in Feodosia and other cities you should definitely see many sites reflecting the history of Crimea. Crimea tours it’s a great possibility to see an ancient cities and feel what was attracting people to Crimea for centuries.

Crimea is rich with architectural monuments, nature and other sights and as soon as you’ve visited it once, you will always want to come back again.

!!! Most foreigners now need a Russian visa to visit the Crimea.