The list of the most famous sights to make your individual tour more interesting

Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve

Livadia Palace is an unique pearl of a South Coast in Crimea. This is the place that is permanently inspiring poets, artists and composers. This is a place that always has been attracting travelers all over the world. Prominent politics and cultural figures were visiting Palace repeatedly. Undoubtedly, this is a place, whose fate has got together many turning points of history.

Italian Court

Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve is the last building erected in the Russian Empire for the Romanov family. Created by the talent of the architect Nikolay Krasnov in the first decade of the past century palace and still attracts travelers from all over the globe.

The Italian Renaissance in Crimea

The palace, built in the Italian Renaissance style hard work of talented and skilled construction workers, is considered to be the picturesque structure in the vicinity of Yalta. Each of the facade of the palace has its own unique look.

Home church of the Romanov family

The Church in Livadia - is the palace church at Livadia palace and park museum reserve, which at the request of Empress Maria Alexandrovna was consecrated in honor of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.

The monument to the Peacemaker tsar Alexander III in the Livadia Palace park

The monument is a gift from the Russian Artists’ Union. It was erected in 2017. The author of the sculptural composition is sculptor Andrei Kovalchuk, head of the Artists’ Union, People’s Artist of Russia. The monument has been erected in the park of the Livadia Palace, where Emperor Alexander III liked to stay with his family. The four-metre-tall bronze monument was created at a plant in the Urals. Alexander III is presented as sitting on a tree stump, dressed in military uniform and resting on his sword, with a stele behind him topped with a double-headed eagle.

Monument to Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill

Russian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli created this bronze monument for the 60th anniversary of the Yalta Conference. It was transferred to Crimea in 2014 and installed in a square by the Livadia Palace, where the leaders of the anti-Hitler coalition — the USSR, the United States and Great Britain met in February 1945. The weight of the monument is 10 tonnes.