Tourist information about Dzhankoy
Dzhankoy (Dzhankoy, Jankoy) – a city in the Northern part of the Crimea in the 93 kilometers from Simferopol (Dzhankoy on the map of the Crimea). The town is small, population of only 38,000 people. Not a popular vacation spot, however, is an important transportation hub due to held here the railway from the territory of Ukraine. Also used by tourists as a base location to get to several interesting attractions in the surrounding area.
In contrast to the raised Delta South of the cities located on the plain. The climate is moderately soft. The average temperature in January is +2°C, in July +24°C.
During the reign of the Crimean Khan Djankov was a village, and currently is an industrial city. It is the center of agricultural activities: processing and production technology.
Despite the fact that campers will not be able to swim in the warm Black sea (the nearest beach is 100 miles), this city is not deprived of their love. In Dzhankoy unforgettable architecture, in the vicinity of the picturesque nature and, therefore, spiritual and aesthetic recreation.
Dzhankoy is famous for producing wine, the recipe of which is estimated over 2000 years ago. For those who like to eat out, visit local cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy Crimean Tatar cuisine. Relax with friends and have fun in clubs, bars and discos and with the children to visit amusement parks, cinemas and stadiums. If you are an avid hunter, in the midst of hunting season the local hunting economy to arrange for you a perfect hunt for goose, duck or snipe, and during hunting pictures forever memorializing your trophy.
Cultural centres should be also carried out with advantage, so visit, though not many, but interesting sights of Sochi:
- Museum of Dzhankoy. 23 Lenin St, hours: 10 to 13 and from 15 to 18 hours Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
- Geothermal source – radon curative water source. 10-15 minutes of water procedures will have a beneficial effect on your body.
- Czech Heart of Jesus Church of Christ in 1910, was the richest and most beautiful temple in the Crimea, is now in poor condition.
- Manor I. Shatilova – built in the mid-nineteenth century, vividly illustrates the living conditions of civilian advisers.
- Landscape Park "Kalinowski", having visited which, you will meet different types of local flora and fauna.
- Svyato-Pokrovsky Cathedral and the Muslim mosque will leave a lasting impression.
Hotels in Dzhankoy, where to stay
The range of accommodation in Dzhankoy poor, due to the fact that holidaymakers don't stay here long. This city has long been a kind of "transit point" on the way from the territory of Ukraine in achieving the ultimate goal of marine recreation. In the end, the city has only a few minigostinitsa, which even cannot be booked via Internet online. If you plan to stay in Dzhankoy and want to ensure the availability of space in the hotel, please see their contacts on the Internet and booked by phone.
How to get to Jankoi
Nearest to Dzhankoy airport is in Simferopol, but directly from it can only be reached by taxi, or by bus or train with a transfer at the Simferopol.
Today the most convenient and fastest way to get to Dzhankoy is the bus. Many regular flights connect Sochi with the Crimean cities, cities in Ukraine, and also Rostov-on-don on the Russian mainland.
Until 2014 Dzhankoy been an important railway station and junction on the way from mainland Ukraine to the Crimea. At present, however, railway communication with Ukraine interrupted, and now in Dzhankoy you can only get from Simferopol.
At the moment with W/d station of Simferopol to Dzhankoy several times a day trains (s-Bahn). In a path 2 hour. There are also direct flights from Feodosia and Kerch. From Sevastopol and Yevpatoria by train I have to change in Simferopol. The schedule of all trains can be found in Yandex.schedule.