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Sergey Tsarapora Yalta and Crimea Private Tour Guide

Yalta, Yalta Municipality
About Sergey Tsarapora Yalta and Crimea Private Tour Guide
Private guides of Sergey Tsarapora offer group and private tours in Yalta - Sevastopol and Odessa with individual timing and tailored themes. Private guides will show you Yalta, Sevastopol, Balaclava, Livadiya, Massandra, Alupka, Bakhchisaray. We can suggest you a personalized program in accordance with your interests, wishes, profession, age, number of people, mobility, and/or time frame, to the known and secret sites. Where else can you sit in Stalin's armchair on the terrace of the palace once owned by Prince Yusupov, who was married to a Russian Tzar niece and was an assassin of Grigori Rasputin, the favorite of a Tzar’s wife? Nowhere but here! We shall take you to the places with the stories of their own, visited by Anton Chekhov, Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), Leo Tolstoy, Alexander Pushkin, Sergey Rachmaninoff, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill. You will see the land of 2.500 years of history of European and Muslim civilizations. You will be impressed by multiformity of architecture styles in Crimea, by beauty of its scenery, by richness and significance of its historic and cultural heritage that we shall be delighted to help you to discover. Sincerely, your private guide Sergey Tsarapora.
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Uffe G wrote a review Nov 2018
Minsk, Belarus6 contributions
Sergey was my private guide for a week-long tour around Southern Crimea - Yalta, Sevastopol, Bahchisaray, Mangup Kale etc. He is an excellent guide and travel companion, educated as a historian and very knowing, very well organized - took care of booking transport around Crimea
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Date of experience: September 2018
CRIMEA_TRAVELS wrote a review Mar 2018
Crimea93 contributions1 helpful vote
Yalta - resort town on the southern coast of Crimea. Yalta is located in a spacious natural "amphitheater": the city is surrounded by mountains. The sun shines here on average 2250 hours a year - about the same as Mediterranean resorts. The average temperature in July +26°C, the
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Date of experience: September 2017
funmi98 wrote a review Jun 2016
Rahway, New Jersey24 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful sleepy town full of relics and monuments. The cat mountain is eye catching ,not to talk of the church on the edge of the sea . I also visited the imperial museum
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Date of experience: June 2016
Gülden Ç wrote a review May 2014
Mozambique3 contributions1 helpful vote
I started to live in yalta for one year.I want to see other cities with my colleagues.We met him for trip to bachesaray with my friends.He organized car and guide for us.And When I need car for going Simferepol airport,he helped me.When my family came to Yalta for visiting me.I
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Date of experience: October 2013
Roger R wrote a review Jan 2014
Wiltshire, United Kingdom112 contributions101 helpful votes
We had high expectations but were disappointed at the delivery of our excursion. We were part of a small party of 10-12 persons that booked a private tour with Sergey for our visit to Yalta by cruise ship. We had expected to be guided by Sergey himself, but we were given a
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Date of experience: November 2013
Response from ChrisShaul, Manager at Sergey Tsarapora Yalta and Crimea Private Tour Guide
Responded Feb 2, 2014
We do understand that different people even within the same group can have different interests. Two small groups were formed right on board by tourist coordinators, respectfully two different excursion programs were ordered by ship tour agents. The coordinator of the group mentioned, didn’t include the Panorama museum and Sevastopol city tour, but strongly insisted on lunch in Balaklava restaurant as the group wished. The coordinator of the second group vice versa ordered Sevastopol visit but refused from lunch in Balaclava for the sake of seeing more during the excursion. This group was provided with lunch boxes. As for us, we just performed both programs precisely and accurately to the order that we had received for both groups. We suggest that it is indispensable to be very attentive when discussing and coordinating programs with your on-board tour agents. There are more than 100 popular tourist attractions in Yalta, Sevastopol and Balaclava which are spread for approximately 95 kilometers along the coastline, and it’s obviously impossible to see all of them within one day. We are ready to provide all the correspondence about the program preparation for both groups, coordinators from the client side's names, their addresses and telephone numbers and also the programs that were finally made with direct tour agents’ participation.
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