WARNING! Due to the fact that Russia annexed the Crimea, we have introduced a moratorium on sending tourists there. We caution that the stay on the territory of Crimea is dangerous for your health and safety.


Brief information

Sevastopol is the largest non-freezing commercial and fishing Black Sea port of Ukraine and one of the major industrial, scientific, and cultural centers of the country and Eastern Europe in general. Located on the site of the ancient Greek colony, Khersonesus, the city itself and the Black Sea Fleet, based in Sevastopol, have occupied a prominent place in Russian and Soviet history.

The whole city is one big museum, with over 1,800 monuments and memorials. Among them are Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian, British, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Italian, Jewish, and other historic sites such as the world-famous Khersonesus, “Panorama of the Heroic Defense of Sevastopol during the 1854 – 1855 Crimean War”, diorama “Storm of Sapun Mountain on May 7, 1944”, “British Crimean Military Memorial,” etc. Sevastopol is annually visited by more than 500,000 tourists. Advantageous geographical situation of the city, its favorable natural climatic conditions, as well as the availability of highly developed industrial, scientific, and human resources make the Sevastopol region one of the most promising international tourist, commercial, and industrial centers of Europe.


How to get there

– Nearest airport


– By train

From Kyiv: trains ##28, 40
From Moscow: trains ##7, 17
From Saint-Peterburg: train #7
– By bus
Take a bus from Simferopol railway station, which arrives every 15 min (en route about 1 h 20 min.). You can get a taxi also (about EUR 30 per car).