Re: ferry from Russia to Crimea, and apartments

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Posted by Natasha on March 23, 2001 at 14:08:18:

In Reply to: Re: ferry from Russia to Crimea, and apartments posted by Ingerid on March 23, 2001 at 09:09:40:

: Thanks a lot, I now feel even more like going.
: Ingerid
Prices vary a lot in different parts of the Crimea. The most expensive place is Yalta, especially the city centre. Bear in mind that this part of the city has a better water suuply as the areas on the hillsides are often affected by the shortage of water both hot and cold and electricity cuts. another factor is that buses do not go regularly to those areas and you will ad the cost of transportation to go back home. The lowest price for an apartment in the downtown in winter will be $5 a day and the highest in mid-summer - $25. But it also depends on how many visitors are in Yalta. Sevastopol will be cheaper and accommodation in the southeastern part of the Crimea will cost even less( it is still a popular resort so the prices vary depending on the demand). Kerch is a big industrial centre but a fascinating place to visit if you love history. Tourism is not developed there at all and the prices for private apartments could be the lowest in the region.
If you need any assistance in Yalta or Sevastopol you can contact me or look at my reply to Chris below where I mentioned the e-mail addresses of my friends in those areas who can help you.
Have a good time in the Crimea.
Regards,
Natasha



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