Livadia Palace is the most distinctive landmark in Yalta.
It was once the residence of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II. The Palace is one of the most historically significant buildings in the world. Several important conferences were held here at the end of World War II. It is here that Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill decided the future of Europe and the whole world. The United Nations was also founded here.
Apart from being a historic structure, the Palace is an architectural marvel too. It boasts a splendid facade and stately interiors. A guided tour is the best way to know more about this important place and get the most out of the visit.