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Shore Excursion: World War II

This tour is temporary unavailable due to the Russian occupation of Crimea.
Bell of Chersonesus
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 75
*Please see information in the price chart
Sevastopol was among the first cities declared by Stalin as Hero Cities of the WWII. It happened in 1945 within a year after the city was liberated from the long German occupation. This city happened to be bombarded almost an hour earlier the war with the Soviet Union has officially started and has continued withstanding severe air attacks until it fell after 250 days siege. Sevastopol is one of the most profound WWII military sights and symbols of the Soviet epoch, and numerous military sites and museums speak eloquently about this war.
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The excursion highlights
  • Battery 30 in Lubimovka
  • Chersonesos Cape, Coastal Battery 35
  • Holland Bay
  • Mikhailovskaya Battery
  • Northern Side
  • Sapoune Hill - The Diorama Museum
Group Number of participants Price, USD
GROUP 1 - 2 From 296
3 - 5 From 167
6 - 15 From 92
16 - 25 From 81
26 - 40 From 75
  • 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.


Just a quick note to say that all the arrangements you made in Kiev and in the Crimea worked without a hitch. Your two drivers were most helpful and made our arrival in a strange country much easier. Thank you for your help – without it I doubt if we would have made the trip.


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