In the middle of the historic town of St. Miklosh, there is the dark medieval castle of Baron Pereni (XIV century). The castle features a unique interior, including a secret passage and the bedroom of the courageous Ilona Zrini, where she met her husband, the Hungarian nobleman, Count Imre Tekeli. This Castle is also known as the "Castle of Love". The building was saved by the artist Joseph Bartosz. Hidden within the Carpathian beech forest, you will also find a picturesque “Skakalo” waterfall.
A village washed by a wayward Tisa river. The Museum of Regional Ethnography, consists of the palace of the counts Fogaras (1890), the house of a poor man (1918), a rural school (1920) and the house of a wealthy peasant (1882) with wooden carved furniture. The family count's chapel (ХІХ) is also preserved with the remains of the park’s plane trees and lime trees.
This place is very popular among foodies. It is here that the farm and the tasting room are located, where you can enjoy various varieties of lekvara (jam), Mongolycia pig sausages and fresh juices.
Here, 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. Local water rises from 1km below the ground, has a temperature of more than 36C and has 33 times higher salinity than the salinity of the sea.You will be visiting 3 thermal, 2 mineral and 5 freshwater pools, where, in addition to rehabilitation, you can experience total relaxation.
Khyst, the capital of Carpathian Ukraine, is located where the Rika and Tisza rivers intersect. 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). From the castle hill, you can see magical Carpathian landscapes and panoramas of the city. You can also reach the Czech quarter and explore the pearl of Zakarpattya sacral architecture, the St. Elizabeth Church (XIІІ).