In this town, you can visit the Regional Museum of amber, which is very popular with tourists.
Here you will find the world-famous "tunnel of love", a botanical phenomenon formed by the thickets of trees and bushes around a narrow-gauge railway. Due to its scenic beauty, it attracts tourists, especially couples from all over the world. In addition to the picturesque road, you can see the ruins of the castle (XV century), the tomb of Chartoryiskyis, the long-term owners of the town, as well as the Church of the Annunciation (1610-1630) and the Church of the Nativity (1777).
The main residence of the noble family of Radzyvil is not as magnificent as it used to be in ancient times, but still has something to impress exquisite travellers. You can still find the oldest Roman Catholic building of Volyn, the Church of Peter and Paul (1450), and the Church of the Holy Trinity (1635-1640), which was built to represent the famous Roman Church of Il Gesu and which was once considered the most beautiful baroque church of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. You can also see the castle of Radzyvil (1564) one of the first square bastion fortresses in Ukraine, beautifully conntected to the present day via a perfectly preserved cobbled road that leads to the Lutsk gateway (XVII century).
An important ancient town of Kyivan Rus that was completely destroyed by the Mongols, Peresopnytsia is famous for the fact that in 1561, in the local monastery, the first Ukrainian translation of the East Slavic manuscript, Peresopnytskii Gospel, was finished. This is a symbol of Ukrainian statehood, on which the Presidents of Ukraine take the oath. The book is a masterpiece of handwritten art, which is unique in the beauty and richness of its design.
In the village, they have built a cultural and archaeological complex, Peresopnytsia, with the museums on the Peresopnytskii Gospel, archaeology and the “Princely City”.
This was one of the most important towns in Ukraine in the 16th century. Here, the Prince Kostiantyn Ostrozkyi Ostrih Academy was established (the 1550s), and Ivan Fedorovych (Fedorov) printed both the “Alphabet book” (1578) and the “Ostrih Bible” (1581).
From the "Golden Age of Development" in the city remained the defensive towers: Storozhova (Watchtower, XIV century), Nova (New/Round, XVI century), Tatar (XV century) and Lutsk (XV century); Epiphany Cathedral (XV century), which contains the tomb of the princes of Ostrih, is also worth visiting.
In Ostrih you can learn about the glorious pages of the town visiting the amazing museums: The Museum of Local History, The Museum of Books and Printing and The Museum of the History of the Ostrih Academy.
Near the picturesque lake on the river Svytenka, there is one of the most outstanding architectural ensembles in Ukraine, the Holy Trinity Mezhyritskyi monastery (XVI-XVII centuries). It was here that the Prince Kostiantyn Ostrozkyi built the Church of the Holy Trinity (XVI century) on the site of the ancient settlement. The сhurch is a decoration of the monastery and pleases the eye with a beautiful combination of Old Slavic church-building and late Gothic Western European traditions.
Here, you can see the remarkably well preserverd Anglo-Gothic Palace of Chosnovskyi-Voronin (XIX century).
One of the most beautiful towns in Ukraine offers a large number of natural and historical monuments. Above the town, there are the fascinating ruins of Castle Hill (397m). From the hill, you can see a charming panorama of the town.
The magnificent buildings of the Jesuit Collegium (1731-1753), due to which the town is deservedly considered the “Volyn Athens” attract a lot of tourists who are also fascinated by Mykolaivska Church (XVI century), Epiphany monastery, the Church of Mykolai (XIX century), the Botanical Garden and the twin houses (XVII-XVIII century).