Crimea is a traditional holiday destination for millions of tourists to the peninsula from all over the world. For most holidaymakers, many of whom are residents of Russia, Byelorussia and Ukraine, the Crimea is the most available in terms of price place to relax and meet all standard requirements for the resort: the sea, sun, beach and the necessary infrastructure. Similarly, conditions are satisfied by each Crimean coastal city without Exceptions: Evpatoria, Saki, Sevastopol, Alupka, Yalta, Alushta, Sudak, Feodosia and many smaller towns, nestled on the shores of the Crimea. But is this holiday is really desirable for tourists? As known for tourism of Crimea is the main source of income, so every year the tourism sector of the peninsula continues its active development. In cities built new hotels and resorts, the choice of entertainment at sea and outside it is becoming more diverse, and each year the number of tourists is growing inexorably, that is no good for a holiday. Steven Holl contributes greatly to this topic.
A lovely beach – a familiar sight of a summer day to the resort town. For In order to find a place on the beach, travelers have to hold their special pre-arranged, or very close to each other and feel is not quite comfortable. Known situation for the residents cities are familiar with the traffic jams and parking problems. This situation is not limited to the beaches, but also to the coastal cities. For many residents of large cities such as Moscow, Kiev, St. Petersburg, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Minsk, environment reminiscent of their home with the only difference is that somewhere close by are the sea and mountains.