We have all the information necessary to plan a trip to Yalta. Transfer to Yalta is easy, as the city is only 80 minutes away by car from Simferopol and just 100 minutes drive from the airport of Simferopol. The modern bus terminal is near the city centre and about 10-minute walk from the seashore. Yalta is a compact city and easy to explore on foot or by taking a public transport or – by renting a bike. Take your time to visit picturesque suburbs of Yalta: Gurzuf, Massandra and Livadia, famous for their  châteaux and royal palaces, Alupka, renowned for the magnificent British architecture of the Vorontsov Palace, Nikita with its legendary Botanical Gardens, nightclubs and wild beaches of Simeyiz and Foros. Yalta itself is a home to a cornucopia of cultural delights, as well as shops and hundreds of boutiques. It is also a gourmet capital with award-winning restaurants for all tastes from Mediterranean molecular gastronomy to classic Russian fish restaurants to ethnic roadside cafes. With so much to see, taste and feel you will need to book accommodation in Yalta to really make the most of your visit and experience the whole city. For hikers and mountaineers, the stunning countryside of the southern coast of Crimea, including the Yalta Reserve and the Ai-Petri Plateau, offers some beautiful sites for biking, horseback riding, birdwatching and other activities. Whether it is your first visit to Yalta or your hundredth, on this site you will find everything you need to plan and prebook your Yalta holiday.