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Yevpatoria (Eupatoria) Ukraine travel

Posted on: February 3, 2012

Evpatoria (Yevpatoriya) is a small, cozy and quiet town, located on the Crimean Peninsula, to the North-West from Simferopol in Ukraine. The population is 100.000 inhabitants. Yevpatoria (Eupatoria) is one of Ukrainian resorts, located on the coast of The Black Sea.

The town has not got any business or industry except tourism: nice location, attractions, rich town’s history attracts many tourists. Yevpatoria (Eupatoria) is one of small Ukraine Black Sea resorts. Residents of the town work only in summer as the largest flow of tourists during summer. When low season comes Evpatoria (Yevpatoriya) is looking like forsaken place.

The town was founded by ancient Greeks around 500 B.C. The town is named Yevpatoria (Eupatoria) after King of Pontos Eupator Dionysius. From the 7th till the 18th centuries the town of Evpatoria (Yevpatoriya) belonged to Asian Nations including Khazars, Cumans, Tatars and Turkish Empire. Since 1783 Evpatoria became a part of Russia Empire.

The best option to reach Evpatoria (Yevpatoriya) is to arrive to Simferopol railway station. Shuttles from Simferopol to Evpatoria depart every 20-30 minutes. After 2 hours drive in air conditioned car you’ll reach Evpatoria (Yevpatoriya).


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