Simferopol Airport Transportation
Located on the northwest side of Crimea’s capital, Simferopol International Airport makes getting to the heart of Simferopol a quaint experience. Make it even better by having the right ride to enjoy the view, whether it’s a private lift that lets you go the long way, from sedans to SUVs, or a special meet-and-greet service that takes the cake in convenience, whether it’s an opulent stretched limousine to showcase Crimea’s fine dining or a taxi that makes busy downtown events that much easier.
Shared Ride Van
Local Personal Drivers
SIP Airport Terminals
Terminal A (Domestic):
Terminal B (International):
Simferopol Airport Shuttles
With less than 9 miles from downtown Simferopol, getting to the city can easily be a leisurely ride. Make it even easier by booking a shuttle ahead of time, contacting either area sedan or taxi providers for convenient rides to the hotel or resort of your dreams.
Find the right corner of town to call your temporary home before arriving, whether it’s the northern prairies of the Kyivs’kyi District or the western buzz of the Zalizynchnyi District, the latter popular for its close access to the massive Yury Alekseevich Gagarin's Park. Just east of town is the Simferopolsky Reservoir, a trendy watering hole surrounded by university cafes as well as the foothills of the Crimean Mountains, while the south side offers quaint suburbs, villages, and parks by the pond.
Stay focused on the day’s tasks by making sure you’re organized, starting with your shuttle reservations. Keep track of all confirmation emails, including hotels and event bookings, also scanning important documentation for extra safety, keeping back-ups in both digital and physical form, whether that means taking extra copies of your prescription medication or storing images of your passport on cloud storage. Keep everything in one place by storing it in a travel journal, or spread it out so you don’t risk losing everything in one place.
About Simferopol International Airport
Take advantage of delays by having fun at the many airport shops & restaurants as well. The older Terminal A is home to a few duty-free shops as well as a couple cafés, while Terminal B offers a wider range. Start with the shops in Terminal A, enjoying the colorful kids gear at Aptek as well as the department-sized shopping from Duty Paid. Eateries in Terminal B include the sweets and baked goods at All You Need is KPblM snack bar as well as spacious sit-down eats, from an internet café to classic Russian restaurants.
Enjoy surrounding destinations near the airport if you plan to stay close, whether that means finding a quaint eatery by the Salir River or discovering a nearby village, choosing between the mix of country and urban in Molodizhne or the tranquil paths that wind through old parks and cottages in Hvardiis’ke. If you’re simply staying close to Simferopol northwest side, check out the immensely popular Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin Park, which connects to downtown, also considering the capital-sized Trts ‘Meganom’ Shopping Mall for all-day fun.
Families in search of something kid-friendly should take advantage of the many attractions at Children’s Park, home to a zoo, aquarium, and a unique medieval theme, while the city’s downtown circus on Hor’koho Street provides indoor amusements for hours. When the sun starts to dip past the horizon, look forward to the shores just west of town, whether it’s toward Saks Ke Lake or the beaches of Mykolaivka. also considering the beauty of the Crimean Mountain Range, located south of the peninsula and offering ethereal peaks you could only dream of. Grab a bite to eat at Simferopol best before the night is finished, enjoying classic pizza eats at Trattoria Pesto or the classic Russian-style seafood from Fisherman’s Village.
Lounges at Simferopol Airport