Top-5 places to see in Crimean Peninsula selected by RUSMOTOTRAVEL

1. Driving motorcycle to a twisting road into the Ai-Petri mountain and crossing a rope bridge above an abyss ascending to the "merlons" of Ai-Petri to a height of at least 1,000 metres;

2. Climbing to the mighty 14th-century Genoese fortress, whose history is closely linked with the Genoese colonization of the Crimea in the XIV-XV centuries;

3. Going and sailing through the underground tunnels of the once top-secret Soviet base for maintaining and repairing nuclear submarines in Balaclava;

4. Touching the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Chersonesus or Korsun (as it was called by the ancient Slavic people, and nowadays - the National Reserve "Chersonese Tavrichesky" in Sevastopol), built over 2,000 years ago, where Grand Prince of Kiev and of all Russia Vladimir or Vladimir the Great converted to Christianity in 988;

5. Visiting the old cave city of Chufut-Kale, situated near the city of Bakhchisaray, built at the times of Tokhtamysh, who was the Mongol khan of the Golden Horde empire, which ruled Kievan Rus' indirectly through their princes and tax collectors.

These sites are included in our tour Moscow-Crimea. For more information, please visit our webpage Tours