Alushta Travel Guide

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Alushta Things to Do

  • Holy Land

    There is a belief, that disciple Andrew preached in this area of Crimea in the I-st century. Next to village General’skoe there is a remains of old Basilica near the spring. We took a tour because it’s impossible to hike there without local guide, it’s up the mountains through hidden mountains paths. The tour is not expensive ,so It’s wise to pay...

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  • Dendro -park

    It’s a nice park that has animals in, kind of a little zoo. There is a pond with ducks ,play ground and a beautiful vinery view from the park hills.

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  • Mountain Demergdy

    Mountain DemerdgyThe most beautiful mountain in Crimea (1356m). The famous Soviet times comedy “Caucasian captive” was made there. Dgemerdgi means “Blacksmith“. The valley of hosts is located there, the locals say If you stare at the mountains shapes they start to move. I didn’t see it though I tried .In 1894 there were a big earthquake that made a...

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  • Aquarium

    Aquarium Aquarium is very small ,2 tiny(aquarium wise) rooms , but collection is worth watching. The area is small but they have a crocodile there and marine life from many different locations. Upstairs they have terrarium that reminds a private zoo, where you can pat an animal if you lucky to come at the feeding time. A half an hour is more than...

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  • All saints of Crimea and Theodore...

    There is a big beautiful church in Alushta ,that makes the city even more beautiful , thanks to efforts of Count Vorontsov and successful project of architect Torichelli. New cathedral in gothic style, that reminds by its construction village parishes in England, was blessed after Theodore Stratilat in 1842 and started to function .In 1964 it was...

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  • medieval tower

    Medieval tower built by Byzantines in 6th century. Although it's not in the best condition and the sight could be better if there's no homes at 2m distance from tower, it's worth seeing once you are in Alushta.

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Alushta Hotels

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  • Crimean Riviera Hotel

    2 Lenina Street, Alushta, 98500, UA

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Morskoy Hotel

    Naberezhnaya Street, 8 Professorskiy Ugolok, Alushta, 98500, Ukraine

    Good for: Families

  • Aquapark Hotel

    Naberezhnaya str 4A Professorskiy ugolok, Alushta, 98500, Ukraine

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

Alushta Restaurants

  • Italian food and Crimean wine

    Italian food,salads and wine for every taste pizza ,white wine that always called white,but always has pink color

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  • better food

    At the boardwalk next to Radisson SAS hotel there is a nice pizza place, but go their only if you are desperate for pizza. Food is good ,but service is horrible !!!They don’t have a host, so no one will pick a table for you, go straight to the table you like and wait for waitress, otherwise they even can give you a nasty look or comment. Close to...

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Alushta Transportation

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    by js77 Written Dec 23, 2005

    If you want to go to any caves around Alushta and there is no organized trip on that day (if it is off-season) or you want to go there independently without tourist bus, you can go there by taxi. We paid 260 grivnas for round trip to Mramornaya cave. It was about one hour drive (the last part of the road was terrible, I think there is no worse road in Europe) and the driver waited for us while we were in the cave. Maybe we could get less price if we would bargain longer, but it seemed fair for us. Probably we are wrong. We were there in the end of 2004, so now prices could go up, I am not sure. Hitchhiking to Mramornaya cave from Alushta could be difficult, because of the small and deserted road which leads to it.

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Alushta Off The Beaten Path

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    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Feb 22, 2007

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    Alushta is located on the distance of 45 kilometers from Simferopol and 41 kilometers from Yalta. This resort is less known than Yalta and is considered cheaper. The ancient name of the city - Aluston. It is considered that there was a Byzantian fortress which was destroyed in the XV century by Turks and never restored.

    Alushta has a fine Seaside park and the quay - the longest on the Southern Coast of the Crimea . The dominant of the quay is the semicircular colonnade.

    I had a rest in Alushta in 1972 after finishing the first course of my institute. This year we only passed by Alushta but it was not possible to visit it again. Therefore I've put the old photo from 1972 where I sunbathed on a stone on a beach near Alushta.

    Crimea- Alushta - Me in 1972
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