The City of Kherson (Russian) has access to two seas: the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. With a moderate climate, it lies on the shores of the third largest river in Europe, the Dnieper. With the region are two of the country's three national natural reserves: the Askania Nova and the Black Sea State Reservation, both of which hold beautiful and unique ecological and biological communities.
The Kherson Commercial Seaport region enjoys many sunny days every year (about 200), and it boasts many beautiful sandy beaches, gorgeous river landscapes, and the romance of the steppes. The area is covered with small lakes and verdant fields that outdoor lovers will treasure.
The city has many tree-lined parks, a beautiful theater for ballet and drama, and the Museum of Fine Arts with three centuries of Ukrainian and Russian artwork.
Travelers who want to visit the Kherson Commercial Seaport by sea can find a list of scheduled cruises by searching for "Kherson" on the Cruise compete website.