Maritime and naval, captivating and intriguing, Sevastopol and surroundings are a popular destination for travel in the Crimea. Those interested in a military theme will find a lot on the WWII and the Crimean War. The Cold War times will be presented in a visit to the disbanded top secret submarine base in Balaklava. On the archeological note, you will see the ruins of the ancient polis of Tauric Chersonesos. You will see the Grafskaya Pier, from which the city founders, Catherine II and Potemkin, have once seen Sevastopol for the first time. Many changes have happened from that 1787. Enjoy seeing it with us!
One of the most sanguinary and paradoxical wars of the 19th century, the Crimean War with the siege of Sevastopol has left lots of military and history sites in Sevastopol and surroundings to visit nowadays.
A million thanks to Tanya, Igor, and Feodor (in Kiev.) My trip to Odessa went exceptionally well, in large measure due to the efficient, flexible, and above all hospitable services of the Unipress BTD. They handled changes of schedule at the last minute very smoothly and provided transfer drivers who were punctual and friendly. Friends of Unipress helped me every inch of the way, at the airports in Kiev and even at customs control. Remarkably, a nervous perfectionist such as I was able to relax. I cannot recommend Unipress too highly for visitors to Ukraine. The next time that I visit Odessa, I shall apply directly to my friends at Unipress.
Rdr. Alexander Tefft, Christ the Saviour Orthodox Cathedral, Toronto,