Here one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Ukraine, the Shypit waterfall, cascades between rocks from a height of 15m and drops its waters into a picturesque mountain valley. It flows from a big underground source in Polonyna Borzhava, one of the most beautiful places of the Ukrainian Carpathians. A stay here allows you to escape from civilization and revitalise.
Ukrainian Willow Weaving Capital. While visiting the village, you can view and buy various unique items made from willow. These items range from practical items for everyday use, to pieces that are true works of art. Also, you will be visiting a deer farm, with over one hundred unique spotted deer, which are friendly and often come up to the tourist to enjoy being fed.
The capital of Ukrainian “Hungary” – “Beregszasz” is famous for its pools with unique thermal water, springing up from a depth of 1,600 metres, which is said to cure 86 different diseases. Similar pools can only be found in New Zealand. Also, this location offers several architectural treasures in the town: Gothic Cathedral of All Saints (1370), Cathedral of Reformers (15th century), “Count’s yard” – the estate of Prince Betleni (1629), a Grand Imperial Court Building (1908), and the casino “Golden Peacock”.
Among the scenic Carpathian mountains, this is one of the most romantic and picturesque castles of Ukraine – Visit the hunting palace of Shenborn Counts (1890). The castle is surrounded by a beautiful park, with various exotic plants. The structure is unique with 365 windows, 12 entrances, and 52 rooms.
Here, on the only volcanic mountain in the area, sits the most powerful and dramatic fortress in Ukraine – “Palanok” castle (14th century) - built by Prince Fyodor Koriatovych and glorified by Princess Ilona Zrinyi. If there is extra time, you can visit other places in Mukacheve, including Saint Martin chapel (14th century), Rakoczi palace (1663) and the beautiful green City Hall (1903).
The first recorded history of this border town on the river of Uzh is dated from the year 872; so it will captivate and charm even the most demanding tourist. Walk along the historic street of the town - Korzo, visit the most famous temple of the city - Holy Cross Cathedral (1841), see the Roman Catholic Church of St. George (1775), explore one of the oldest castles in Ukraine (XIV century), visit the Transcarpathian Museum of folk architecture and life (Skansen) and be sure to join us in the visit to the village’s iconic tavern.
Lumshory. At the foot of the beautiful Ukrainian Carpathians mountains, come and discover Runa, the largest mountain valley. Visit the Spa Resort Lumshory, which has existed since the XVII century. Here you will find the heavenly beauty of nature and the elements of hell – you will soak in huge metal vats that bubble over a slow fire in the mineral hydrogen sulphide water. For the full experience you can alternate between soaking in the vat and bathing in cold river water. As well as being an unforgettable experience, your body will be rejuvenated with waters that rehabilitate the musculoskeletal system. The healing effects of these waters are said to last 10 years.