I am going to Krym this August and I am looking accommodation in a little town not far from the coast. I am finding a lot of big hotels in the main cities, but not finding a lot of information about little towns and little hotels or houses (a more familiar place to stay).
Thanks a lot to anyone who can provide information :)
I consider going south up to Turkey (but It can happen that I will finish in Polish mountains-hahaha).However I also realised that Ukrainian currency is only one, which is weaker against PLN vs. 2008. So perhaps Krym (my teenage children want warm-comparing with Baltic- water)?
My main obstacles are:
-unfrienldly border- waiting time by car (for all of us)
-What to see on the way after Lviv? Zigzags toward Odessa, Kamieniec? something else?
-Are there calm villages (not necessary directly at the sea, but not far from it)
-Are there uncrowded beaches?
-Why many Ukrainians prefer Bulgaria instead of Krym?
-Can I find modest (I don'care about TV and air condition) but spotless places with bathroom for max 7EUR/person) without reservation in advance by winging?
Somebody in Polish travel forum wrote also about Kaciveli and Olenevka-these looked as more crowded (or I'm wrong) what do you think? Are there other places?
How about Azovske More? Why is it less crowded?
You can answer also in Ukrainian or Russian.
I'm planning a trip to Crimera in August.
Now I search a (nearly) lonley (sand)beach with a (really) cheap datcha.
We just need a clean(without cockroaches or smth. else) room near the (clean)beach with a fridge and smth. to cook(no TV needed or smth else needed).
Where are this kind of small villages where you have nearly no tourists and it is cheap.
How much can I expect to pay for two persons each night?
Would be really cool if someone could help me.
I'm going to travel in the east Crimea - Feodosia/Sudak cities region for a 2008 summer with my mountainbike and sleepingbag to do nothing but bike riding, trekking, swimming, fishing, sleeping and so on. I`m a student, not a profesional guide or some sort.
I know this region well (some lovely and beautifull wild and not so wild spots there, unique landscapes and beautiful sightseens) and i speak english a little, so maybe i'll be usefull for someone?
Sorry for my english
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Hi Experts in rest.
I need a suggestion on best place to stay for a week in Krym. I will travel with my wife and a 3 year old kid. I am looking for a quiet resort or hotel where one should not care much about meals and noise and how-to-get-to-the-beach-under-hot-sun. It should not be too expensive as well.
I'd like to ask your help about the following problem.
I live in Budapest and I'd like to spend 10 days with my friend somewhere on the South of Crimea in the beginning of August. My problem is that we still have not any accomodation and we would like to find the cheapest solution. As we are uni students we can spend for one day only 50 hrivna together. What do you think is it possible to find some flat or I dont know what for this money?
And which city or town would be the cheapest?
If anyone could help us please contact me!
And if anyone need help about Hungary, just write me!
I will be travelling throughout Ukraine at the end of this month and I need some Information that I can't find on the internet. Is it possible to take a boat from Yalta or Sebastopol to Odessa (+ time-schedule etc.).? and what's the best way to travel from Kiev to the Crimea-area?
Hi everyone !
I will be in Crimea at the end of the month with a friend. after staying a few days we are planning go up to kiev. But as I can see from the map that is a long way. So it will be good to split the journey into two. Any suggestions where we can stop for a break between two locations, Harkov comes to my mind but would love to hear suggestions. And may I also learn:
- If Ukraine railways have a web site. (No problem with the language I know some russian)
- If we decide to make the journey non stop how long will that take. (lets say from Yalta to Kiev)
Thanks in advance,
I shall be visiting Crimea (staying in Simeiz) in June this year, but only for a week.
What is the best way to get around? Taxis? Buses (I imagine that they are slow, but are they reliable?)? Car hire (Avis, Hertz, etc. are expensive - any local (Yalta?) recommendations?)?
Also, recommendations as to restaurants, bars, clubs all greatfully received!
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