Private tours to Bakhchisaray and Cave Towns

In the millennia since humans first put down root in the lands along the Black Sea, many civilizations have risen and fallen on the sun-blessed soils of Crimea. Bakhchisaray is of no exception. Boasting eye-popping landscapes and a mix of ethnic cultures, Bakhchisaray area provides for a fascinating journey. And we’d like to take you on this journey and show you places as if we are showing them to visiting friends! Before the descendants of the Golden Hordes, the Crimean Tatars, made Bakhchisaray their home, the area had seen the ancient Greeks and the Romans, the Gunns and the Slavs. Now travelers have a unique chance to immerse in an enchanting mix of cultures and religions during their visits to the Khan’s palace, the Assumption Cave Monastery and the cave towns of Chufut-Kale and Eski-Kermen. Don’t miss out on the chance to explore amazing Bakhchisaray! Evpatoria is one of the most ancient Crimean towns. Why do we call it «Crimean Jerusalem»? Because in the area of one square kilometer you come across a Karaim kenassa, a Jewish temple, a mosque and a Russian Orthodox church. Evpatoria is a live testament to the multi- confessional Crimea and you can explore this side of the story during a day trip to this coastal town.

A Voyage Through History and Cultures: A Full Day Tour of Bakhchisaray Area (6-hour tour)

In the millennia since humans first put down root in the lands along the Black Sea, many civilizations have risen and fallen on these sun-blessed soils. We’ll start the tour of Bakhchisaray area with a visit to Chufut- Kale, a fascinating and one of the best-preserved ancient cave towns on top of the Crimean Mountains. Once a Christian settlement, it later became a seat of the Khanate government, a Tatar prison, and finally a Jewish fortress.

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Yevpatoria – «Crimean Jerusalem»

Why do we call the coastline town of Yevpatoria «Crimean Jerusalem»? Because Yevpatoria’s historic city center, with its cobbled narrow streets and beautiful temples is a true testament to Crimea’s religious diversity.

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