Cheap flights to Simferopol Crimea

Green spaces and ancient history
Flights to Simferopol from
  • 240 GBP per person
  • Flights from London starting at 240 GBP
  • Flights from Birmingham starting at 410 GBP
  • Flights from Manchester starting at 390 GBP

About Simferopol


The most important city on the Crimean peninsula is also the biggest travel hub – the buses departing from the main bus station take tourists to famous destinations like beautiful Yalta and Feodosia. Although most of the visitors are passing through, Simferopol is worth a lazy stopover.

The monument to the Aivazovsky brothers at Sovetskaya Square has an identical twin near the Radio Market. Nobody seems to know why.

The city is much older than it seems and full of history: for proof check the curious archaeological finds at the Museum of Tavria and the ruins of Naples-Skifsky. There is even an impressive Paleolithic caveman dwelling called Chokurcha – in mint condition and open to the public. The peaceful green parks are perfect for surviving the summer heat: have an afternoon nap by the pond at Gagarin Park, once popular among aristocrats, or meet Russian fairytale characters in the children's fun park.

140 years ago there was an Indo-European telegraph passing through Simferopol, connecting London and Calcutta. You can still find a few historical poles here.

How’s the weather in Simferopol in September?

  • Temperature 11-23 °C
  • Dry days 20-
  • Average rainfall 49 mm
  • Snow days 0


  • Population 362K
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