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The Crimean War

This tour is temporary unavailable due to the Russian occupation of Crimea.
 
 
Fragment of the panorama The Siege of Sevastopol
Duration: 9 hours
Operation: year round
Max number of participants: unlimited
Available in:* English, Russian, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Ukrainian
The tour price per person*
Group: from USD 46
*Please see information in the price chart
 
One of the most sanguinary and paradoxical wars of the 19th century, the Crimea War with the siege of Sevastopol was memorialized by Alfred Lord Tennyson’s poetry and young Leo Tolstoy’s sketches, famous paintings of Robert Gibb and Franz Roubaud. The struggle for the strategic Russian naval port lasted almost a year, involved allied British, French, Ottoman and Sardinian forces, and has left lots of military and history sites to visit nowadays.
 
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The excursion highlights
  • Balaklava Harbor
  • Balaklava Valley, the 4th Redoubt
  • Chersonesos ( French army)
  • Inkerman
  • Malakhov Hill
  • Panorama Museum
  • Sapoune Hill
Balaklava harbor
Balaklava harbor
 
 
Group Number of participants Price, USD
GROUP 1 - 2 From 263
3 - 5 From 134
6 - 15 From 65
16 - 25 From 53
26 - 40 From 46
  • 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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Just a short note to thanks a lot for arrange our train tickets from Kiev to Simferopol May 17th! It all worked out so well for us, tickets waiting for us upon arrival to Radisson SAS Hotel in Kiev. It was a very long trip by train, but very interesting! Had a wonderful stay at Crimea, was all over the area, even we made it out to Balaklava and Sevastopol!

Had boat trips and visited everything worthwhile to see, included the top of "Ai-Petri! Even weather was nice all the time. We will be back in wonderful Ukraina, then we plan a cruise on the Dnjepr river from Kiev all the way to Yalta with stop in Odessa. Again thanks a lot from two Norwegians now very "devoted" to your country!

Best regards

Olaf, Norway

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