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Livadia Palace and Park Museum-Reserve

Baturina Street, 44A, Livadiya 29865
+380 654 315 579
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Feel the history

This summer retreat was used as a guesthouse for FDR when he came for the Yalta conference in 1945... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
Dunedin, New Zealand
via mobile
Historic and beautiful

A restored (mostly) summer palace of the Tsars and meeting place for the historic conferences at... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2016
Norma W
Gilroy, California
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Baturina Street, 44A, Livadiya 29865
+380 654 315 579
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Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

This summer retreat was used as a guesthouse for FDR when he came for the Yalta conference in 1945. Meeting rooms are on display, as are old photographs with some English captions. There is also Romanov history on display here. Entrance fee is RUB400 which...More

1  Thank SergeiMingaliev
Reviewed 2 August 2016

A restored (mostly) summer palace of the Tsars and meeting place for the historic conferences at the end of WW2. a museum and shrine.

1  Thank Norma W
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Reminds one of past event. The era of the Tsars. Beautifully managed lawns overlooking the Black Sea .

Thank funmi98
Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

When you visit the Southern part of Crimea, there are some must-visit places and this one is one of those.

1  Thank KaterynaZhylova
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Yalta conference of heads of three countries took place in this palace in 1945. Here Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin have decided future of Europe and whole the world and here they have founded the United Nations.

Thank Elena K
Reviewed 19 February 2016

Livadia Palace is a amazing place to visit especially for history buffs of course theYalta agreement was signed here and is displayed time stopped when you visit it is simply stunning I had my own personal guide who is my fiancé and a translator with...More

1  Thank jipteq
Reviewed 8 January 2016

My second visit! Just great! As I love the architecture and especially the history! It's a must visit place! Plus it has some amazing views! Really great!

Thank Onarollgirl
Reviewed 30 September 2015

Beautifully situated on a height overlooking the Black Sea, this mini-palace has an intimate feel because it was built to human scale. Site of the historic Feb. 1945 Yalta Conference, it has many items on display that were not part of the original furnishings but...More

Thank SrdjaTrifkovic
Reviewed 4 September 2015 via mobile

Another great place to visit in Crimea with beautiful building, grounds and stunning views. We took a guided tour which is included within the entrance fee, but again only in Russian (lucky my Russian missus translated). Interesting facts are explained in certain parts in English...More

Thank Stephen Y
Reviewed 14 August 2015 via mobile

Many important history events happened here, which make it nice place for history lover. The building has 2 floors. There is nothing much for no history lover. The garden is beautiful. From there you can find the Tsar's path, which is good pathway for people...More

1  Thank Nicha K
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