Vorontsov Palace and Park complex, Alupka

(4.8/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
Once the home of a wealthy Russian prince, Vorontsov Palace and Park complex remains one of Crimea's most popular landmarks and features a mix of architectural influences. Visit the palace, located at the foot of a mountain range near the sea, and you'll immediately notice the huge variation in design throughout. Stroll around the building and take in the facades, which feature construction reminiscent of Indian palaces, medieval castles, and English country estates. Tour the interior and explore its 150 rooms replete with ornate wooden furniture, paintings, expansive book collections, and decorative furnishings. Afterwards, walk the grounds and see the gardens surrounding the building. Make Vorontsov Palace and Park complex a centerpiece of your Alupka vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Alupka tour planner.
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  • Consider this place the Pearl of Crimea. Great Palace, a beautiful park. Beautiful views! Excellent care of this complex.
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  • The vorontsovsky Palace and Park complex is one of the jewels of southern coast of Crimea. The Palace was built in the beginning of 19 century, surrounded by a wonderful park, which cleverly used the topography and many water sources that form the cascade ponds where swans. The Park is especially beautiful in the Golden autumn, October-November.
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  • Be sure to take a walk through the Park ... a very picturesque place, and Vorontsov's Palace astonishes with its eclectic style from Victorian England service yard to Mauritanian southern façade.
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