It is the birthplace of Nastia Lisovska, known as Roksolana, wife of Suleiman II the Magnificent. It is a charming Halychian town with magnificent monuments of sacred art. The wooden Church of the Holy Spirit (1598) is one of the perfect examples of Halychian wooden folk architecture, one of the most valuable sacred buildings in the world listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Nowadays, it houses the exposition of the Museum of local lore, the highlight of which is unique in beauty the only one in Halychyna five-tiered Renaissance iconostasis (1650).
The Church of St. Nicholas (XV century) built in Gothic-Renaissance style, and the Gothic-Baroque Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (XIV century) are also worth seeing.
The famous climatic resort is located between the picturesque mountains in the fascinating valley of the Prut River. Every year, thousands of people admire the cascading waterfall “Probii” (Yaremche Huk) and a wooden restaurant “Hutsulshchyna”.
The ethnic and geographical centre of Hutsulshchyna, the former village of Zhabie, nestled on the banks of the marvellous river Chornyi Cheremosh; in addition to the picturesque Carpathian panoramas has many other attractions for the discerning travellers. Here, you are warmly welcomed to a concert tour to the private Hutsul Museum of lifestyle and musical instruments named after Roman Kumlyk. In the house-museum of the movie “Shadows of forgotten ancestors”, you can learn about the great love of the Hutsuls Ivan and Marichka, as well as have a photoshoot in the Hutsul clothes. And in the museum of the Polonyna life “Khata-Staia”, you can taste delicious Hutsul brynza.
Ski resort No. 1 in Ukraine, where you can get to the top of the mountain Bukovel (1115 m) in the cable-chairlift and admire a beautiful view of the Gorgany and Chornohora mountain ridge.