The capital of mineral waters in Transcarpathia. Here you can find the pearl of wooden sacred architecture, St. Michael's Church (1588), one of two churches of this type in Transcarpathia.
The Forge Museum Gamora is a unique site of industrial production and the only water forge in Europe. The forge is interesting because it combines three industrial eras: handicraft, manufacture, and industrial. People say that the horseshoe from this forge will protect you, as long as the wooden hammer, Gamora, continues to work.
At the remains of the majestic and impregnable castle, Bronetsky (ХІІІ), you will find a unique valley of spring snowflakes (White Valley). Nearby is a trout farm, Stara Vaga, where you can learn to fish the river trout and then cook it.
The picturesque wine-growing town of Transcarpathia. Located near the volcanic Black mountain, some of the best European grape varieties have been growing here for generations. You can hear about the traditions of winemaking in this region and taste the local wines in The Hospitable House of Mykhaila Polychka.
Among the picturesque volcanic mountains, sources of thermal waters have long been in existence on the basis of which a modern and comfortable tourist complex, Warm Waters, operates all year-round. Water rises from a depth of 1000m and has a temperature of more than 36 degrees. This complex containes 3 thermal, 2 mineral and 5 freshwater pools, where, in addition to rehabilitation, you will leave feeling positive and refreshed.
The local Church of St. Nicholas (1779) is the highest and the most picturesque of all wooden churches in the Khust region.
The old St. Michael's Church (1666-1668) is surrounded by huge, ancient oaks. It is the oldest of all the wooden churches in the Hust region and is a wonderful example of the Maramoros Gothic style.
The village is known for its fairy tales and Buffalo farm, Na Toku, where its owners seek to save the world’s northernmost Buffalo population. On the farm, founded by Vasylem Shymonom, are more than 30 Carpathian Buffalo and a small zoo with animals (pheasants, roe deers, ducks, ostriches, wild boars…). After the overview of the farm, you can taste the 7 dairy products from Buffalo milk, 2 types of cheese, sour cream, milk, buttermilk and butter.
Khyst is the capital of Carpathian Ukraine and located at the crossroads of the Rika and Tisza rivers. The picturesque ruins of the impregnable and once insuperable Khust Castle (XI-XVI) rise above the city which once belonged to the family of count Draga (Dracula).