Once a glorious town on the Opillia, Mariampol is located on the picturesque banks of the Dniester. Here you can see the remains of Mariampol castle (XVII), the monastery of capuchins and sisters of mercy (XVIII), the church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (1930), Simon Petliura oak, which is over 600 years old. Also interesting is the Biblical Garden and the magnificent panorama of the Dniester from the observation platforms.
The glorious village where the brilliant Ukrainian novelist, Vasyl Stefanyk, was born and buried. In the premises of the school (1927) there is a cozy Literary Memorial Museum of Vasyl Stefanyk. Nearby the writer's house is a nice pond and picturesque panoramas, that inspire and distract from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
One of the Pokuttya centers can be seen from afar thanks to one of the highest town halls in Ukraine (1861) with a fiftym tower. In Sniatyn, you can also see the Armenian Church (XVIII), Church of the Ascension (1838), Church of the Assumption (1843) and a beautiful panorama of the Prut river valley, where you can see Bukovina.
This is the birthplace of the famous painter Yaroslav Pstrak. The Bernardine monastery attracts visitors with the majestic Baroque Church of St. Anthony (1721-1735) and harmonious gate belfry (1902).
Here you can find the remains of the magnificent Church of the Dominicans (1661) and the remains of the famous Chernelytsia Castle (XVII), the Eastern fortress of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth on the right bank of the Dniester.
An extraordinarily picturesque and beautiful village that stretches on the gentle slopes of the Dniester canyon, it was once famous for its vineyards. It is a convenient spot to start or finish rafting on the Dniester.
Once a glorious ancient city in Pokuttya, you should visit the Armenian Church (1686), Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1763), the original monument of Stepan Bandera and the Baroque Church of the Immaculate Conception of The Virgin Mary and monastery of teatini (1743-1769), which was designed by Bernard Meretin, and sculpted by the brilliant John Pinzel.
A very picturesque spot on the right bank of the Dniester. The photogenic tower is all that remains of the once powerful Rakovets castle (1660). The fortress is located within the Regional landscape Park “Dniester”; the fragrance of flowers and herbs in combination with the picturesque scenery is a great relaxation for body and soul.
A village on the right bank of the Dniester river. Known for its numerous archaeological finds and amazing places for rafting, this place is both comfortable and tranquil. Nature lovers can admire the beautiful panoramas of the Dniester canyon from the bridge, and foodies can taste and buy home delicious smoked cheese-pigtail produced by local cheesemakers.