Do you think that Crimea is a hard-to-reach region? In fact, exploring Crimea is very simple and accessible to anyone.Traveling to Crimea is easy with a Yucca tours. We provide full service (Guided Tours with Local Guides, Visa, Transport, Accomodation, Activities, Special Wishes). You could see both «must visit places» (museums, etc) and views of rare objects of Soviet architecture, small private museums, fun outdoor activities such as jeeping, mountain hiking, russian banya. You have chance to learn new things in a unique and exciting way.
Our specialization is the creation of individual tours. Are you interested in a remote region of Crimea, a rare attraction or a specific tour specialization? We will plan the trip 100% according to your request. All you need is to contact us.
In the program of your tour, you could include special opportunities that exist in Crimea and which we recommend. You can also book a trip exclusively on a specialized route
Do you love military history and technology? Getting ready to face the nuclear winter in your own bunker? Crimea is a great place to study the history of military engineering
Do you like outdoor activities? Crimea has plenty of options for adventure. You have a chance to have an impressive experience!
Crimea is definitely a part of the large Abandoned Planet. There are many abandoned objects of various eras - from ancient ruins to the late Soviet nuclear power plant. We work with experienced urban explorers throughout Crimea.
Soviet architecture is an endless source of inspiration. In Crimea, there is a huge amount of original Soviet classics - modernism, brutalism, constructivism, Stalinist classicism. We are ready to show you the most impressive objects!
Documentary "The Jews on the Land" was filmed in the USSR in the late 1920s. It was part of a campaign against anti-Semitism. The film shows how the Jewish workers colonize the Black Sea area and Crimean lands. The film was made with the participation of notable avant-garde figures Viktor Shklovsky, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and Lilia Brik, who were committed to the project of Jewish emancipation
Caffa (present-day Feodosiya) was a city set in Crimea, on the northern coast of the Black Sea. In 1345, the city of Caffa was razed by a vicious pandemic, in what would, centuries later, be recognized as the first use of biological warfare in history.
The architectural center of the Crimea
Region has always been a testing ground for new, bold architectural solutions. In tsarist times, castles and palaces of the imperial nobility were built, in Soviet times - experimental hotels and sanatoriums. After the war, the best architects of the USSR were engaged in the restoration of Sevastopol; it was built as a unique urban ensemble.