Crimea is a region to the south-west of Russia. The Crimean Peninsula is connected to Ukraine by two narrow necks of land, making it more like an island with two natural land bridges than simply a bit of land jutting out into the sea.
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Sevastopol, also known as Sebastopol, is in Crimea. Sevastopol is an important and historical port on the Black Sea.
Yalta is a resort town on the Crimea peninsula in Russia. Yalta is a kitschy place, with heritage going back to the 19th century and its use as an exclusive sanatorium and also to communist-era mass tourism.
Simferopol is the capital city of the Crimea. All roads coming to Crimea lead to Simferopol, the undisputed transport hub of the region.
Bakhchysarai is in Crimea. Once the capital of the Crimean Tatar Khanate, it is undergoing a steady cultural rebirth since the Tatars were allowed to return from Uzbekistan in the early 1990s.
Kerch, is a city on the Kerch Peninsula of eastern Crimea. City - Hero of World War II.
Balaklava is a small sleepy town on the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine. On the edge of the city of Sevastopol, on a well-protected bay on the Black Sea, is the small harbor town of Balaklava.
Yevpatoria or Eupatoria is a city in Crimea with more than 100'000 citizens. During the summer more than 100,000 people from Eastern Europe, Ukraine and Russia visit the area due to the popular annual festival of Kazantip.
Alushta is a small city in the Crimea. You can take the 'famous' Crimean over mountain trolley bus but you may be disappointed.
Sudak is in the Crimea, in Ukraine. It was once a fairly important city; Marco Polo mentions it and the Arab traveller Ibn Batuta rated it one of the world's four great ports, as of the early 1300s.
Feodosiya is a beautiful, quaint little resort town on the Black Sea coast in Crimea.
Koktebel is in the Crimea, in the Ukraine. Also known as Planerskoye, is one of the most popular resort townlets in the Crimea, situated on the shore of the Black Sea about halfway between Feodosiya and Sudak.
Alupka is a city in Crimea. It is famous as a beach resort, and a favourite holiday destination for many citizens of the former Soviet countries.
Gurzuf is a resort town in Crimea. Its small size and Ottoman flavour make it distinct from nearby Yalta.
Shcholkine is a town in eastern part of Crimean Peninsula, Russia. Shcholkine is situated on the shore of Sea of Azov.