Kerch is a treasure trove of ancient, medieval and modern history. You will walk through the ruins of the Greek city of Panticapaeum and visit the Royal Barrow with tombs from the 4th century BC. And also admire the panorama of the city from a height and find traces of the Russian-German battles in the Adzhimushkay quarries. Individual excursion for 1-4 people Duration 11 hours Children Without children How it goes By car 15,000 rubles per excursion Price for 1-4 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
The ancient settlement of Panticapaeum and the Church of St. John You will go up by car to Mount Mithridat and enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Kerch. Next, go to explore the ancient settlement of Panticapaeum: find out who founded it and when, see the ruins of the temples of Apollo and Aphrodite. Going down the Mithridatesky stairs to the central embankment, you will see the Church of St. John, erected in the VIII century
Tsarsky burial mound and underground quarries Immerse yourself in the world of the distant past with the help of the Tsarsky Kurgan. You will hear about the life and customs of the ancient Scythians and see the royal tombs, which are not inferior in scale to the Egyptian pyramids. In conclusion, visit the underground Adzhimushkay quarries, where to this day you can find artifacts of the Great Patriotic War: German shell casings and remnants of soldiers' clothes.
- The journey takes place in a comfortable prepared off-road vehicle
- Entrance tickets are not included in the price: Tsarsky Kurgan - 120 rubles, children under 16 are free; Adzhimushkay quarries - 400 rubles, children under 6 years old are not allowed. Payment only in cash.
Meeting point by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering an excursion.