Gurzuf

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Gurzuf and Ayu-Dag mountain

Gurzuf (Russian: Гурзуф, Crimean Tatar: Gurzuf) is a resort town in Crimea. Its small size and Ottoman flavour make it distinct from nearby Yalta.

Understand[edit]

Despite being a small town there is a full assortment of tourist facilities: money exchange, accommodation, ATM, cafes, seafront.

Get in[edit]

Get around[edit]

The town's narrow cobbled streets are best explored on foot.

See[edit]

Tatar kitsch meets Black Sea Soviet resort.

Tatar architecture.

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Sleep[edit]

Connect[edit]

Cafes have wifi.

Go next[edit]

Ayu-Dag (Crimean Tatar: Ayuv Dağ Russian: Аю-Даг, Медведь-гора, Ukrainian: Аю-Даг means "Bear Mountain" in all three languages) is a nearby coastal peak and nature reserve. Its 572 m summit can be scaled from the Artek childrens' camp which lies at its base. Take minibus number 2 to Artek and find the trail up from there.

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