About tour: Sightseeing tour of Sevastopol: Grafskaya Pier (“Earl’s Pier”), Nakhimov square, Primorsky Boulevard, Memorial to the Heroic Defense of Sevastopol in 1941—1942, the monument to the commander of the heroic brig Mercury A. Kazarsky — the very first monument in the city, the symbol of Sevastopol — Monument to the Scuttled Ships.
Depending on your interests and desires, we will visit some of a lot of city sights, remembering that even if you have already been to Sevastopol more than once, there would still be iconic places you have not yet explored. We will list just a few of well-known museum objects: Historical Boulevard and Defense of Sevastopol in 1854—1855 Panorama; places of heroic battles on Sapun Mountain, an exhibition of military equipment and a Diorama of Storming Sapun Mountain on May 7, 1944; Malakhov Kurgan; 35th Coastal Battery Historical and Memorial Museum Complex, Military History Museum of the Black Sea Fleet, Mikhailovskaya Battery Naval Museum, Tauric Chersonesos Historical and Archaeological Museum-Reserve.
We can also visit Fiolent Cape: to admire its high steep cliffs, go down the stairs with several hundred steps to one of the beaches in secluded bays. To take a walk along the Sevastopol Bay: an economy option is possible — on a regular sea tram or ferry, or an excursion on a tourist boat with an approach to the warships standing in the bay.
We can drive into Balaclava — a charming town with a rich history, now the Balaclava District of Sevastopol, located on the shores of the winding Balaclava Bay. There is also free entertainment: a walk along the famous English Embankment, an ascent to the ruins of the Chembalo Genoese fortress (yes, the Genoese lived here, as well as along the entire Crimean coast). There are museums here as well: Balaclava History Museum, Balaclava Underground Museum Complex (object 825 GTS) — a former top-secret anti-nuclear facility with a submarine repair shop, safely hidden in the bay under a granite mountain slope. And of course, a favorite entertainment in Balaclava is a boat trip with an exit from the Balaclava Bay and, in warm season, with swimming in the open sea or on one of the beaches lost in small coves in the rocks.
Fedyukhin's Heights Park of Living History, located above Balaclava, is definitely worth attention, on which thematic sites you can “plunge” into the historical events that took place in the Crimea in different eras, starting from Antiquity. Near the park, you can take a military historical tour along the military glory places, shoot from military weapons and ride an armored vehicle.
Another possible feature of our excursion is a walking tour of the places of the hero city of Sevastopol which are little-known to tourists. For example, along the Central City Hill, where we can see the oldest residential building in the city, the most “British” building in Sevastopol, the Parthenon, streets-of-stairs, Tower of Winds and other interesting spots.
And finally, a gastronomic program for a variety of tastes is possible: dishes from the Black Sea fish and seafood in fish restaurants on the embankments of Sevastopol and Balaclava, author's cuisine from Sevastopol restaurateurs, “macaroni po-flotski” (“naval pasta” — maybe you dreamed exactly about it) in the “Soviet” dining room, excursions to wineries and tastings of still and sparkling wines from the terroirs of the Sevastopol region.
Of course, we cannot come close to visiting all of the above in Sevastopol during one day. But the task of choosing among the whole lot of possibilities those of them which will allow you to spend an unforgettable day in Sevastopol with our participation is our hard work, which we will be happy to do together with you. Everything is going to be cool!
Timing: from 09:00 to 19:00, other time agreed with the customer.