This flimsy plastic-bucket-style chairlift swings above the rooftops to Darsan, to a bizarre pseudo-Greek temple and lookout that’s...
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
A beautiful piece of neo-Byzantine architecture with fantastic detailing.
Beer drinkers, you are not forgotten in this sweet-wine kingdom! Two Pinta pubs are strategically located on both sides of the...
This is the best workers' cafe in town because it makes your order fresh. Varenyky, blyny (pancakes), borshch and good, crisp salads...
Lonely Planet review
Harem is an unusual thing – an upscale Crimean Tatar restaurant. Mostly, they’re quite casual. But on the terrace or in the lovely tiled Oriental room, you can sample a wide range of the Tatar cuisine, from top-notch deniz (seafood soup), biber-sarma (sweet peppers stuffed with minced beef, rice and spices) and lampa bykadina (bulls’ testicles grilled in brandy). French, Italian, Chilean, Argentinean and Georgian wines provide libation, and there are hookah pipes.