1st day: Departure from Lviv (08:00) – Uzhok (overview of the wooden church) – Kostryno (overview of the wooden church) – Velykyi Bereznyi (lunch) – Uzhgorod (excursion to the temples and open-air museum) – Horiany (overview of the rotunda) – Chetfalva, Beregovo district (overnight in rural homesteads, dinner).
2nd day: Chetfalva (breakfast, overview of the temples and departure (08:00) – Danylovo (overview of the church) – Krainykovo (overview of the church) – Sokyrnytsia (overview of the church) – Steblivka (overview of the church) – Boronyavo (visit to the monastery) – Khust (overview of the temples and lunch) – Dzhublyk (overview of the monastery and prayer) – Mukachevo (excursion to the monastery) – Svalyava (overview of the church) – Lviv (return at 23:30).
Comfortable rural homesteads in the village of Chetfalva (Beregovo district), rooms: 2 and 3 bedrooms with amenities. To see the pictures of the houses, please follow the link:
- comfortable bus travel,
- guide accompaniment,
- excursions to tourist sites,
- travel insurance.
Price DOES NOT include:
- tickets to tourist sites.
The price of entrance tickets:
- Uzhgorod Skansen: general, pensioners – 35 UAH, students – 20 UAH, schoolchildren – 15 UAH.
Breakfast on the first day – Eat at home or bring your own food to eat during the bus stops.
Lunch on the first day – In Perechyn, at the restaurant “Horseshoe” (Pidkova). The suggested menu: borsch, chicken steak, baked potatoes with cheese and bacon, salad, pancake, compote. The price is 100 UAH.
Dinner on the first day – Served by your hosts in rural homesteads. Dinner consists of dishes of Hungarian national cuisine: bogracs gulyas (goulash), Magyar stuffed cabbage rolls, sweets, wine, palinka (vodka drink), compote. The price is 95 UAH.
Breakfast on the second day – At the hotel, the suggested menu: sausage, cheese, langos with jam (resemble pancakes), butter, bread, coffee/tea. The price is 60 UAH.
Lunch on the second day –“Old castle” restaurant in Khust. The suggested menu: vegetable salad, solyanka (soup), Hungarian style mashed potatoes with meat, bread and tea. The price is – 95 UAH.
Tour language: Ukrainian. Contact us if you would like to hire a guide who speaks English or another foreign language.
Located on the border of the three countries that meet at the picturesque Carpathian pass, Uzhok is now known to the whole world as the home of the church of St. Michael (1745), a masterpiece of Boykiv sacral architecture. It is made alsmost entirely of wood and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The pearl of the village is a wooden Church of St. Intercession (1645), which was built in the village of Sianky, Lviv region and in 1703, was brought to the present place.
During the tour of the city, we will visit its most famous temple, Holy Cross Cathedral (1841), the synagogue (1904), the Roman Catholic Church of St. George (1775) and the St. Michael's Church, a masterpiece of sacred wooden architecture made in the Lemko style (1777).
In this suburb of Uzhgorod is one of the oldest stone churches in Ukraine, Goryanskaya rotunda (X-XIІI). The temple is hexagonal, and inside there is a unique wall painting (XIII) in the Italian proto-renaissance style of the school of Giotto.
This village on the Hungarian border, near the river Tysa, is home to a magnificent architectural ensemble. A defense stone protestant temple (XIV) stands in conjunction with the modern, wooden Church of the Holy Spirit (2001). The pearl of the village is the slender Gothic bell tower (XVIII), the highest of its kind in Transcarpathia.
The local Church of St. Nicholas (1779) is the highest and most picturesque of all the wooden churches in the Khust region.
Surrounded by legendary old oaks, the Church of St. Michael (1666-1668) is the oldest of all the wooden churches of Khust and is a wonderful example of Gothic architecture.
Here, the very beautiful, yet poorly preserved Church of St. Nicholas (1709) stands. You should visit this until it is lost to the past.
The Greek-Catholic community of this village is trying to restore one of the most perfect samples of "Maramoros Gothic”, the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin (XVI, 1797), which burned down in 1994.
In this famous pilgrimage place, you can see the Boronyavsky miraculous icon of the Holy Virgin (1785) in the Basilian Monastery of the Annunciation.
In the capital of Carpathian Ukraine, which is glorious for its picturesque castle ruins (ХІ-ХVІ), we will visit the pearl of Zakarpattia, the sacred building of the Protestant Church (XIІІ).
In the so-called “Ukrainian Medjugorje”, the most famous pilgrimage site in Transcarpathia, you can find the monastery of the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin, that was erected on the site where two girls, Olena and Marianne, supposedly saw the virgin in 2002. Since 2003, Dzhublyk began bleeding the cross. It is also the only place on earth where the Holy Family have been sited.
Explore the women's Orthodox Nicholas monastery, built by prince Fedir Koriatovych, in the 14th century.
The capital of mineral waters of Transcarpathia hides from us the pearl of wooden sacred architecture, the Church of St. Michael (1588), one of two churches of this type in Transcarpathia.