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Shore Excursion: Day Tour to Bakhchisaray

This tour is temporary unavailable due to the Russian occupation of Crimea.
 
 
Bakhchisaray Palace
Duration: 8 hours
Operation: year round
Max number of participants: unlimited
Available in:* English, Russian, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Ukrainian, Polish
The tour price per person*
Group: from USD 90
*Please see information in the price chart
 
Excursion to a former capital of the Crimean peninsula, Bakhchisaray, includes three very unlike and powerful sights to see. You will visit the charming monument of the Giray Dynasty – Khan Palace in Bakhchisaray. Another magnificent place you will see is Uspensky Monastery, standing out on the rocks, with onion-shaped golden domes. And finally, the tour will proceed to Chufut-Kale cave town, the best preserved sight of this kind in the Crimea.
 
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The excursion highlights
Chufut Kale
Chufut Kale
 
 
Group Number of participants Price, USD
GROUP 1 - 2 From 338
3 - 5 From 193
6 - 15 From 111
16 - 25 From 98
26 - 40 From 90
  • The price per person depends on number of participants
  • The prices include all applicable taxes and fees
  • The prices include admissions to the sights
  • The excursion prices are subject to change without prior notice
     
  • Availability of tours in other than the English or the Russian language, as well as price for such a tour, is subject to confirmation upon submission of your request.
  • Additional fees may apply for pick-ups from some locations, such as sea or river ports.

 
 
 
 
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I wish to thank you for all the arrangements. We had a interesting and pleasant holiday in your country. The hotels were ok, especially the one in Yalta. Our guides were really fantastic. They told us a lot about the history and the situation nowadays. Highlights were our visits to the submarine base, the cave city in the middle of beautiful nature, the little Tatarian restaurant and the Khan palace.

In Odessa we took the tram 5 to the beach and discovered a nice restaurant with quite a history: Fat Mozes. Furthermore we walked a lot in Odessa. The train facilities were also ok We managed to make a reservation in Kiev for the train to Warsaw. That was not an easy thing, because no one speaks English and we could hardly read the signs in the Russian or your own language. So it was a real adventure!

René, the Netherlands

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