Tour Programs to Ukraine 2014

 

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CONTENT Weekends From 87 USD Kiev Weekend Lvov Weekend Odessa Weekend Crimea Weekend Couples From 314 USD Kiev – Lvov Tour Kiev – Odessa Tour Kiev – Crimea Tour Specials From 337 USD Crafts and Traditions The World History Insight through the Crimean Palaces Back in the USSR Black Sea Tour Grand Tour of Ukraine Jewish Tour Grand Jewish Tour

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Kiev Weekend 2 days, 1 night Day 1 Arrive to Kiev Transfer to the hotel Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) Once you visit Kiev, you will forever fall in love with it. Our sightseeing tour will give you an opportunity to become acquainted with such attractions as St. Sophia Cathedral, St. Michael's Monastery, Golden Gate, Khreshchatyk (the shortest main street in Europe), St. Vladimir's Cathedral, Askold's Tomb, The embankment of the Dnipro, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and much more. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel Time at leisure Transfer to the airport *Option: Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) St. Sophia Cathedral is one of the city's best known landmarks and the first patrimony on territory of Ukraine to be inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO along with the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery complex. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services for Kiev sightseeing tour  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) for Kiev sightseeing tour Options:  Night Performance at the Opera House  Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 137 USD 225 USD 216 USD 304 USD 200 USD 325 USD 279 USD 404 USD Twin 246 USD 309 USD Sngl 517 USD 617 USD Options per person Option 2 pax Night Performance at the Opera House 40 USD Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk 216 USD Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) 3-6 pax 40 USD 168 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 96 USD

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Lvov Weekend 2 days, 1 night Day 1 Arrive to Lvov Walking sightseeing city tour. (3 hrs.) Lvov was once a major population center of the Halych-Volyn Principality, the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, the Habsburg Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. Today Lvov remains one of the most charming and mysterious beauties of Eastern Europe. It is the only Ukrainian "Ensemble of the Historic Centre" included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Transfer to the airport / train station *Option: Tour to the Lychakov Cemetery (3 hrs.) Lychakov Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Europe. Each year its architectural beauty attracts hordes of tourists and it has been compared to famed Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services for Lvov walking sightseeing tour Options:  Night Performance at the Opera House  Tour to Lychakov Cemetery (3 hrs.) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 87 USD 116 USD 130 USD 159 USD 113 USD 171 USD 156 USD 214 USD Options per person 2 pax 40 USD 122 USD Twin 158 USD 184 USD Sngl 295 USD 350 USD Option Night Performance at the Opera House Tour to Lychakov Cemetery (3 hrs.) 3-6 pax 40 USD 100 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 53 USD

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Odessa Weekend 2 days, 1 night Day 1 Arrive to Odessa Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) In the 19th century Odessa was the fourth largest city of Imperial Russia, after Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Warsaw. Its historical architecture has a style more Mediterranean than Russian, having been heavily influenced by French and Italian styles. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Transfer to the airport *Option: Tour to the catacombs (3 hrs.) Rome has its famous catacombs and so does Paris. But the city with the largest network of underground tunnels is undoubtedly Odessa, Ukraine. The catacombs were mostly created during the construction of the city as early engineers mined them for construction material. They were used for various nefarious purposes over the years and as a base for partisans during World War II. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services for Odessa sightseeing city tour (3 hrs.)  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary Options:  Night Performance at the Opera House  Tour to the catacombs (4 hrs.) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 137 USD 180 USD 214 USD 257 USD 223 USD 289 USD 300 USD 366 USD Options per person 2 pax 40 USD 136 USD Twin 263 USD 348 USD Sngl 502 USD 611 USD Option Night Performance at the Opera House Tour to the catacombs (3 hrs.) 3-6 pax 40 USD 101 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 53 USD

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Crimea Weekend 2 days, 1 night Day 1 Arrive to Simferopol Transfer to Yalta Sightseeing city tour by car + Livadia Palace (4 hrs.) In the 19th century, Yalta became a fashionable resort for the Russian aristocracy and gentry. Lev Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov spent summers there. Livadia Palace was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II. The Yalta Conference was held there in 1945, when the palace housed the apartments of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Hotel check-in Time at leisure Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Day trip to Sevastopol and Balaklava (7 hrs.) Sevastopol is an important commercial and naval port. Since its inclusion into the Russian Empire in 1783, the city has faced two legendary sieges (French and British forces during the Crimean War and Nazi German forces during World War II). Naval museum complex Balaklava is an underground submarine base in Crimea (originally known as Object 825 GTS). Models of warships, various elements of submarines’ armory, naval armaments and ammunition, memorabilia and unique documents are exhibited there. Transfer to Simferopol air port/train station Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services and entrances as per itinerary  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 326 USD 400 USD 541 USD 616 USD 400 USD 462 USD 616 USD 678 USD Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Twin 635 USD 709 USD Sngl 1 213 USD 1 275 USD

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Kiev – Lvov Tour 4 days, 3 nights Day 1, Kiev Arrive to Kiev Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) Once you visit Kiev, you will forever fall in love with it. You will have an opportunity to become acquainted with such attractions as St. Sophia Cathedral in (UNESCO World Heritage Site), St. Michael's Monastery, Golden Gate, a monument to Bogdan Khmelnitsky, Khreshchatyk (the shortest main street in Europe), St. Vladimir's Cathedral, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the Park of Glory and much more. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2, Kiev Breakfast at the hotel Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) St. Sophia Cathedral is a cathedral temple of Kiev Metropolis, an outstanding architectural monument of Kievan Rus. The cathedral is one of the city's best known landmarks and the first patrimony on territory of Ukraine to be inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO along with the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery. Since Lavra foundation (1051) it has been a preeminent center of the Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. Time at leisure Transfer to the train station Overnight train Kiev – Lvov *Option: Tour to Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs.) The museum of Pyrohovo Village was founded in the late 1960s. For the period of its existence the museum has accumulated a rich collection of over 200 structures, some of which were brought there from various parts of the country. The museum also boasts an impressive 40,000 collection of folk costumes, embroidery, carpets, ceramics, articles of metal, wood, glassware, musical instruments, paintings, tools and household articles. Day 3, Lvov Arrive to Lvov. Meet & greet at the train station Transfer to the hotel Hotel check-in Walking sightseeing city tour (3 hrs.) Lvov was once a major population center of the HalychVolyn Principality, the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, the Habsburg Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. Today Lvov remains one of the most charming and mysterious beauties of Eastern Europe. It is the only Ukrainian "Ensemble of the Historic Centre" included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Time at leisure

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*Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 4, Lvov Breakfast at the hotel Transfer to the airport/train station *Option: Tour to the Lychakov cemetery (3 hrs.) Lychakov Cemetery, often called Lychakov Necropolis, is one of the oldest cemeteries in Europe. Each year its architectural beauty attracts hordes of tourists and it has been compared to famed Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services and entrances as per itinerary  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary  Train ticket Kiev-Lvov (4-berth compartment) Options:  Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House (Kiev and Lvov)  Tour to Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs)  Tour to the Lychakov cemetery (3 hrs.) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 314 USD 390 USD 502 USD 578 USD 387 USD 562 USD 575 USD 750 USD Twin 608 USD 680 USD Sngl 1 130 USD 1 302 USD Options per person Option 2 pax Night Performance according to the 40 USD schedule of the Opera House (Kiev and Lvov) Tour to the open-air museum Pyrohovo 128 USD Village (3 hrs) Tour to the Lychakov cemetery (3 hrs.) 122 USD 3-6 pax 40 USD 112 USD 100 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 63 USD 53 USD

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Kiev – Odessa Tour 4 days, 3 nights Day 1, Kiev Arrive to Kiev Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) Once you visit Kiev, you will forever fall in love with it. The tour will give you an opportunity to become acquainted with such attractions as St. Sophia Cathedral in (UNESCO World Heritage Site), St. Michael's Monastery, Golden Gate, Khreshchatyk (the shortest main street in Europe), St. Vladimir's Cathedral, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the Park of Glory and much more. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2, Kiev Breakfast at the hotel Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) St. Sophia Cathedral is a cathedral temple of Kiev Metropolis, an outstanding architectural monument of Kievan Rus and a multi-structural complex-museum. The cathedral is one of the city's best known landmarks and the first patrimony on territory of Ukraine to be inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO along with the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery complex. Since Lavra foundation as the cave monastery in 1051 it has been a preeminent center of the Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. Time at leisure Transfer to the train station Overnight train Kiev – Odessa *Option: Tour to the open-air museum Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs.) The museum of Pyrohovo Village was founded in the late 1960s, but almost a decade had passed before it was open to the public. The museum boasts an impressive 40,000 collection of folk costumes, fabrics, embroidery, carpets, ceramics, articles of metal, wood, glassware, musical instruments, paintings, and household articles. Day 3, Odessa Arrive to Odessa Meet & greet at the train station Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) In the 19th century Odessa was the fourth largest city of Imperial Russia, after Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Warsaw. Its historical architecture has been heavily influenced by French and Italian styles. Some buildings are built in a mixture of different styles, including Art Nouveau, Renaissance and Classicist. Hotel check-in Time at leisure

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*Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 4, Odessa Breakfast at the hotel Transfer to the airport / train station *Option: Tour to the catacombs (3 hrs.) Rome has its famous catacombs and so does Paris. But the city with the largest network of underground tunnels is undoubtedly Odessa, Ukraine. Its 2,500 kilometers eclipses the 300 kilometers found in Rome and the 500 kilometers in Paris. They were used for various nefarious purposes over the years and as a base for partisans during World War II. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services and entrances as per itinerary  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary  Train ticket Kiev-Odessa (4-berth compartment) Options:  Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House in (Kiev and Odessa)  Tour to Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs)  Tour to the catacombs (3 hrs.) Tour Prices per person Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Group 7-15 pax Twin Sngl 366 USD 456 USD 497 USD 681 USD Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl 592 USD 681 USD 722 USD 906 USD Options per person Option Night Performance at the Opera House (Kiev and Odessa) Tour to the open-air museum Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs.) Tour to the catacombs (3 hrs.) 2 pax 40 USD 128 USD 136 USD 3-6 pax 40 USD 112 USD 101 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 63 USD 53 USD Twin 719 USD 849 USD Sngl 1 341 USD 1 566 USD

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Kiev - Crimea 5 days, 4 nights Day 1, Kiev Arrive to Kiev. Meet & greet at the Borispol airport Sightseeing city tour by car (3 hrs.) Once you visit Kiev, you will forever fall in love with it. Our sightseeing tour will give you an opportunity to become acquainted with such attractions as St. Sophia Cathedral in (UNESCO World Heritage Site), St. Michael's Monastery, Golden Gate, a monument to Bogdan Khmelnitsky, Khreshchatyk (the shortest main street in Europe), St. Vladimir's Cathedral, Askold's Tomb, KievPechersk Lavra and much more. Hotel check-in Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2, Kiev Breakfast at the hotel Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) St. Sophia Cathedral is a cathedral temple of Kiev Metropolis. The cathedral is one of the city's best known landmarks and the first patrimony on territory of Ukraine to be inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO along with the Kievo-Pechersk Lavra Monastery complex. Since Lavra foundation as the cave monastery in 1051 it has been a preeminent center of the Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. Time at leisure Hotel check-out Transfer to the train station Overnight train Kiev – Simferopol *Option: Tour to Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs.) The museum of Pyrohovo Village was founded in the late 1960s, but almost a decade had passed before it was open to the public. The museum also boasts an impressive 40,000 collection of ethnographic exhibits, among which there are folk costumes, fabrics, embroidery, carpets, ceramics, articles of metal, wood, glassware, musical instruments, paintings, tools and household articles. Day 3, Yalta Arrive to Simferopol. Meet & greet at the train station Transfer to Yalta Sightseeing city tour by car + Livadia palace (4 hrs.) Yalta is located in the southern part of the Crimean peninsula, nearby the Crimean mountains. In the 19th century, the town became a fashionable resort for the Russian aristocracy and gentry. Lev Tolstoy spent summers there and Anton Chekhov in 1898 bought a house (the White Dacha) here, where he lived till 1902. Livadia Palace was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II. The Yalta Conference was held there in 1945, when the palace housed the apartments of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and other members of the American delegation. Hotel check-in

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Time at leisure Day 4, Sevastopol Breakfast at the hotel Day trip to Sevastopol and Balaklava (7 hrs.) Sevastopol is an important commercial and naval port as well as an increasingly popular tourist destination. Since its inclusion into the Russian Empire in 1783, the city has faced two legendary sieges (French and British forces during the Crimean War and Nazi German forces during World War II). Naval museum complex Balaklava is an underground submarine base in Crimea (originally known as Object 825 GTS). Models of warships, various elements of submarines’ armory, naval armaments and ammunition, memorabilia and unique documents are exhibited there. Time at leisure Day 5 Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Time at leisure Transfer to the Simferopol airport / train station Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services and entrances as per itinerary  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary  Train ticket Kiev – Simferopol (4-berth compartment) Options:  Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House  Tour to Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 779 USD 969 USD 1 228 USD 1 418 USD 926 USD 1 209 USD 1 418 USD 1 658 USD Options per person Twin 1 433 USD 1 623 USD Sngl 2 689 USD 2 929 USD Option Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Tour to the open-air museum Pyrohovo Village (3 hrs) 2 pax 40 USD 128 USD 3-6 pax 40 USD 112 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 63 USD

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Crafts and Traditions 4 days, 3 nights Day 1, Kiev Arrive to Kiev Transfer to the Hotel Hotel check-in Kiev sightseeing city tour Once you visit Kiev, you will forever fall in love with it. Our sightseeing tour will give you an opportunity to become acquainted with such attractions as St. Sophia Cathedral, St. Michael's Monastery, Golden Gate, Khreshchatyk (the shortest main street in Europe), St. Vladimir's Cathedral, The embankment of the Dnipro, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the Park of Glory and much more. *Option: Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) St. Sophia Cathedral is a cathedral temple of Kiev Metropolis. The cathedral is one of the city's best known landmarks and the first patrimony on territory of Ukraine to be inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO along with the Kievo-PecherskLavra Monastery complex. Since Lavra foundation as the cave monastery in 1051 it has been a preeminent center of the Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. Time at leisure *Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 2, Kiev Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Tour to Ukrainian Village (Ukrainskoe Selo) with Handicrafts Masterclass (5 hrs.) Coming from different parts of Ukraine, people brought and preserved traditions of folk architecture, trades, handicrafts to Ukrainskoe Selo. Moreover, you can join one of the master classes you like: pottery, smith metal, baking in Ukrainian stove, making traditional motanka doll, pysanka drawing (Eastern eggs) and moonshine making. Time at leisure Transfer to the train station Overnight train to Lvov Day 3, Lvov Arrive to Lvov Meet & greet at the airport Walking sightseeing city tour. (3 hrs.) Lvov was once a major population center of the HalychVolyn Principality, the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, the Habsburg Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. Today Lvov remains one of the most charming and mysterious beauties of Eastern Europe. It is the only Ukrainian "Ensemble of the Historic Centre" included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Hotel check-in Visiting Chocolate-Masterclass (2 hrs) Dive into the magical world of chocolate as we discover how chocolate is made at Lvov Handmade Workshop! Time at leisure

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*Option: Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House Day 4, Lvov Breakfast at the hotel Hotel check-out Walking tour to the most interesting Cafés in Lvov (3 hrs.) Lvov is famous with its amazing cafés. To name a few, you will see the only known statue in the world of Leopold Masoch. It stands just outside Masoch café. At Market Square, you can come upon a basement tavern, designed to look like a kryyivka (underground bunker) Kryyivkas were used by partisan soldiers enlisted in the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. GasovaLyampa (Kerosene Lamp) restaurant and tavern is the first museum-restaurant in Ukraine. In fact, it hosts a huge collection of kerosene lamps. Transfer to the train station / airport *Option: Tour to the Lychakov Cemetery (3 hrs.) Lychakov Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Europe. Each year its architectural beauty attracts hordes of tourists and it has been compared to famed Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Price includes:  Hotel accommodation  Round trip transfers  Guide services and entrances as per itinerary  Vehicle usage (car/minibus) as per itinerary  Masterclasses as per itinerary  Train ticket Kiev-Lvov (4-berth compartment) Options:  Night Performance according to the schedule of the Opera House (Kiev and Lvov)  Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.)  Tour to the Lychakiv cemetery (3 hrs.) Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Hotel Tour Prices per person Group 7-15 pax Group 3-6 pax Twin Sngl Twin Sngl 395 USD 471 USD 675 USD 751 USD 468 USD 643 USD 748 USD 923 USD Twin 866 USD 938 USD Sngl 1 658 USD 1 718USD Options per person Option 2 pax Night Performance according to the 40 USD schedule of the Opera House (Kiev and Lvov) Tour to St. Sofia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk 216 USD Lavra Monastery (3 hrs.) Tour to the Lychakov cemetery (3 hrs.) 122 USD 3-6 pax 40 USD 168 USD 100 USD 7-15 pax 40 USD 96 USD 53 USD

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The World History Insight through the Crimean Palaces 4 days, 3 nights Day 1 Arrive to Simferopol Meet & greet at the airport Tour to Khan’s Palace (3 hrs.) The Khan's Palace or Hansaray was built in the 16th century and became home to a succession of Crimean Khans. The walled enclosure contains a mosque, a harem, a cemetery, living quarters and gardens. The palace interior has been decorated to appear lived in and reflects the traditional 16th-century Crimean Tatar style. It is one of the Muslim palaces found in Europe, the most well-known others are Topkapı Palace, Dolmabahçe Palace, Yıldız Palace, Aynalıkavak Palace, Çırağan Palace in Turkey and the Alhambra in Spain. Transfer to Yalta Hotel check-in Time at leisure Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel Yalta city tour + Livadia Palace (4 hrs.) Yalta is located in the southern part of the Crimean peninsula, nearby the Crimean mountains. In the 19th century, the town became a fashionable resort for the Russian aristocracy and gentry. Lev Tolstoy spent summers there and Anton Chekhov in 1898 bought a house (the White Dacha) here, where he lived till 1902. Livadia Palace was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II. The Yalta Conference was held there in 1945, when the palace housed the apartments of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and other members of the American delegation. Time at leisure *Option: Cable car to the top of Ai-Petri (3 hrs.) You will have a great chance to get to the top of AiPetri Mountain by cable car to admire the view on sea and Crimea. The upper portion of the cable car is unique, because this part is the longest unsupported part of the cable car in Europe. The cable car meets all current safety standards. Day 3 Breakfast at the hotel Tour to Vorontsov and Usupov Palaces (6 hrs.) The Vorontsov Palace is one of the oldest and largest residential palaces in Crimea. The palace was built for Prince Mikhail Vorontsov for use as his personal summer residence. The building incorporates elements of Scottish Baronial, Moorish Revival, and Gothic Revival architecture. Blore (the architect) had designed many buildings in the United Kingdom, and was particularly well known there for completing the design of the Buckingham Palace in London. The Yusupov Palace was built for Prince Felix Yusupov in 1909. The palace, whose style may be described as Moorish Revival, boasts a romantic park with exotic plants and a wine cellar founded by Prince Lev

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