Fiolent Cape is one of the most pristine nature spectacles anywhere. Few reading this article will ever have heard of this Crimea picture-scape. Untouched nature, crisp clean air, the clear waters Jasper beach (below), and the still quiet await adventurous travelers to Sevastopol. peace and quiet, flowering almond and new experiences.
Crimea 2017: Celebrating the Visit of Empress Catherine II
In Crimea this Spring season will mark the 230th anniversary since the famous journey to the peninsula by Empress Catherine II.
Crimea for Vacation: Beyond CNN and the Political Stir
CNN and other mainstream media need westerners to feel like geo-policy has somehow ruined the Crimea peninsula for tourism. Since voting to return to being Russian, the people of this fascinating part of the world have weathered a political blitz, sanctions, and outsiders doing everything possible to misrepresent the reality there. Here is a candid […]
Crimean Russia Gaining Acceptance & Tourists
According to the latest tourism news from Sevastopol on the Crimea peninsula, the Mayor of Nice plans to visit Yalta to sign a cooperation agreement between the two cities. Christian Estrosi, will travel to Crimea in May in what is in effect, a continuation of an ongoing intercity relationship.
Welcome to Russia Really Does Welcome Tourists
Argophilia Travel News continues coverage of the Russian Federation’s initiatives to expand their travel and tourism industry. An interview with a top travel business executive reveals much about Russia’s road to parity in travel, as well as the nature of Russia’s industry. Expanded travel choices within Russia appear to be right around the corner.