Around 380,000 people call Sevastopol in Crimea home.
Kiev, the national capital, is situated 430 miles (692 kilometers) north of Sevastopol, while Chisinau lies 280 miles (451 kilometers) to the northwest.
Wander back through the ages at Chersonesos; one of the most popular historic sites in Sevastopol. After exploring the site, snap some pictures and learn about the history that makes it so significant.
Get ready to learn something new at Panorama Museum, one of the most loved museum experiences in Sevastopol. Take a self-guided tour, browse the various exhibits, then ask around to uncover some of the more niche museums in the area.
An iconic religious building, among the most popular of the many historic attractions in the city, is the St. Vladimir's Cathedral. Visit the historic site to discover its history and then take your time to admire the architecture.
For those interested in stories of settlement and defense, tour the watchtowers and fortifications dotted around the region. Make sure you see the Fort Paul, and check the signs and inscriptions for the legends about what life was like here in the early days.
The Monument to the Scuttled Ships is a great place for travellers who think they’ve seen it all in Sevastopol.