Transcarpathia rural tourism

31 sights of Transcarpathia

Green Tours

Huge recreational potential, unique architectural and historical heritage, ethnocultural originality have made Transcarpathia a real center of "green" tourism in Ukraine, which attracts more and more tourists from everywhere. "Green" tours (eco-tours, rural tours) are an amazingly interesting vacation (both active and passive) in nature, in the fresh air, in the most interesting and comfortable estates, among the picturesque Carpathian mountains, in picturesque villages. First of all, these are recreational trips, educational trips, various excursions, hiking, picking mushrooms, berries, fishing, horseback riding, folk crafts, such as weaving, embroidery, pottery, basket weaving, wood carving. This allows tourists to relax, learn more about Transcarpathia, enrich themselves aesthetically and spiritually, discover the sources of folk culture, be alone with the amazing and rich nature.

It should be emphasized that the opportunity to engage in green tourism in Transcarpathia is year-round. More than 80% of the territory of the region is made up of villages and urban-type settlements. This opens up great opportunities to introduce rural green tours here. Most of all, green tourism is developed today in Mizhgirya, Rakhivshchina, Beregovshchina, Khustshchina, Perechinshchina, as well as in Savelovsky, Velyky Bereznyansky and Volovetsky districts of the region. All the advantages of rural "green" tourism in Transcarpathia have long been appreciated by guests from neighboring countries - Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Poland.

Green tours in Transcarpathia: priorities and proposals

The pioneer of the development of "green" tourism in Transcarpathia and Ukraine is rightfully considered the picturesque Rakhiv region, surrounded on all sides by the beautiful Carpathians. Many innovative projects are implemented here, which introduce interesting "green" tours, mountain hikes, revive Hutsul traditions and Transcarpathian folk crafts. The main cells of the "green" rural tourism in the Rakhiv region are the picturesque villages of Yasinya, Kvasy, and the vicinity of Rakhiv. Rest in these estates will give you an extremely unforgettable experience and incredible emotions.

The most picturesque corner of the Carpathians is Mizhhirya, which offers unsurpassed "green" tours. Tourists from all over the world come to admire the high-mountainous lake Synevyr, the Shypot waterfall, to visit the only rehabilitation center for brown bears in Ukraine. There are many ski resorts in the Mizhgirya region, the lifts of which work in the summer as well. Therefore, you can admire the endless Borzhavsky valleys and conquer Mount Gemba at any time of the year.

Perechinsk region is developing well in terms of green tourism. Here you will be offered a rather exotic tourist service - the so-called Carpathian Jacuzzi, or bathing in vats with hydrogen sulfide water. The area boasts wonderful natural treasures, for example, cascades of waterfalls in the picturesque village of Lumshory, Schönborn's aristocratic park in the Voevodyno resort, etc.

Today, rural "green" tourism is developing promisingly in such villages of the Beregovsky region as Koson, Chetfalva, Bene, Borzhava, Dyida and other settlements. The most popular are excursions to the thermal waters of Beregovo and Kosino, wine tastings, as well as an excursion to "little Hungary" - the city of Beregovo. This region is famous for its hospitable people, delicious Hungarian cuisine, mineral springs and a great architectural heritage.

Feel all the aesthetics of the mountain landscapes of the Uzhansky valley, visit the unique wooden temples of the region, learn about the heroic past of the Uzhotsk pass and the legendary defensive Arpad Line, taste delicious water from healing mineral springs, offer "green" tours ... Almost half of the territory is occupied by the amazing Uzhansky National Park; there is also the Krasiya ski resort with modern infrastructure.

"Green" tourism in Vinogradovsky district

Here you will be offered wonderful "green" tours to unique tourist attractions - the Black Mountain nature reserve, the Kankov and Nyalab castle, local history and ethnic museums, architectural sacred monuments, the Pereni Palace in ancient Vinogradov, which became famous for its "Royal" history. In addition, today elite types of VIP tourism are introduced here - hunting, fishing, horse breeding, etc.

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≈ 384 m to the ski lift This is the distance on the map in a straight line. The actual distance when traveling by car or public transport may differ.

The Villa Garden Hotel is located in the resort village of Svalyava, 5.6 km from the mineral water pump-room Polyana. Guests are offered accommodation in standard rooms, junior suites. →

≈ 24 km to the ski lift This is the distance on the map in a straight line. The actual distance when traveling by car or public transport may differ.

The Kilikia Hotel is located in the Shakhta microdistrict, 2.5 km from the center of Uzhgorod and a 7-minute drive from Uzhgorod Castle. Hotel "Kilikia" is modern, new. →

≈ 25. km to the ski lift This is the distance on the map in a straight line. The actual distance when traveling by car or public transport may differ.

The modern and cozy hostel "City Hostel Panorama Zatishku" is located in the very center of Uzhgorod. The hostel is located on the 4th floor of a multi-storey building and can at the same time. →

≈ 25. km to the ski lift This is the distance on the map in a straight line. The actual distance when traveling by car or public transport may differ.

Hotel "Antonio" is located 3.6 km from the center of Uzhgorod, as well as 2 km from Uzhgorod Castle. The hotel room capacity is presented by the categories standard, comfort, family and. →

Transcarpathian region (Ukrainian Transcarpathian region, Rusyn. Transcarpathian region, Hungarian Kárpátontúli terület, Rum. Regiunea Transcarpatia) is a region of Ukraine, the administrative center is the city of Uzhgorod.

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Geography [edit | edit source]

The Transcarpathian region is located on the southwestern slopes and foothills of the Eastern Carpathians, and also includes the Transcarpathian lowland. In the south, the region borders with the Romanian counties of Satu Mare and Maramures, in the southwest - with Szabolcs-Satmar-Beregmedie of Hungary, in the west - with the Presov and Kosice regions of Slovakia and in the northwest - with the Subcarpathian Voivodeship of Poland. This is the only region of Ukraine bordering on Slovakia and Hungary. Thus, the Transcarpathian region is a kind of Ukrainian “window to Europe”. In the north and east, the region borders on two other regions of Ukraine - Lvov and Ivano-Frankivsk. In terms of area, the region occupies the penultimate place among twenty-four Ukrainian regions, ahead of only the Chernivtsi region. The territory of the region is 12,777 km², the population is 1,254,900 people (as of January 1, 2013), which corresponds to 2.11% of the territory and 2.76% of the population of Ukraine.

Relief [edit | edit source]

About 80% of the region's territory is made up of the Carpathian Mountains, located by three main ridges (Verkhovynsky Ridge, Dividing Ridge and Poloninsky Ridge), as well as the Volcanic Carpathians ridge and four smaller, but higher mountain ranges (Chornohora, Svidovets , Gorgan and Rakhiv massif). The peaks of the Montenegrin ridge are the highest on the territory of Ukraine - the peaks of Pip Ivan, Brebeneskul and Petros exceed 2 km in height, and Mount Goverlad reaches an altitude of 2061 m, being the highest point of the region and Ukraine. Transcarpathia is separated from the northeastern slopes of the Carpathians by passes: Yablunetsky (Yablunytsky), Torunsky, Uzhoksky, Veretsky, Volovetsky and Legions with a height of 931 to 1110 m above sea level. Most of the population lives in the Transcarpathian lowland (up to 250 m), which occupies slightly less than 20% of the region's territory.

9429 rivers and streams flow on the territory of the region. The largest of them is the Tisza (Tissa), the left tributary of the Danube, formed with the confluence of the White and Black Tisza. Within the boundaries of the region, its length is 240 km. All major rivers in the region flow either into the Tisza itself, including Borzhava, Rika, Teresva and Tereblya, or into Bodrog in the territory of Slovakia (Latorica and Uzh). There are 137 natural lakes in the region, mainly of glacial origin, the largest and deepest lake in Transcarpathia is Synevyr. Traditionally, it is believed that the geographical center of Europe is located on the territory of Transcarpathia near the village of Delovoe, Rakhiv district (this point of view is now disputed).

Climate [edit | edit source]

Transcarpathia is dominated by a temperate continental climate with a predominant influence from the Atlantic. The average air temperature in July is up to +21 ° C, and in winter -4 ° C (in the highlands up to -10 ° C). The temperature maximum is +40 ° C (recorded in 2010), and the absolute minimum is -41 ° C (recorded in 1993). Summer on the plain is long and hot, lasts up to 135 days (from the first decade of May to mid-September), in the mountains at an altitude of 600 m it lasts less than 70 days. The nature of a relatively mild winter varies depending on the year and altitude; in mountainous regions, its duration reaches 5 months. The average annual temperature in the low-lying areas of Transcarpathia is about +9.5 ° C.

The distribution of precipitation is extremely uneven and is associated with altitudinal zonation. Thus, in the Beregovsky region the amount of precipitation is 640 mm per year, in the foothill Uzhgorod - 805 mm, in the mountains - 1000-1500 mm. Russkaya Mokraya in the Tyachiv region is considered to be a kind of "humidity pole" - it receives an average of 2499 mm of precipitation per year. The snow cover, which usually sets in early December, is unstable; thaws are frequent, but in snowy winters the thickness of the cover reaches 200 cm in the mountains and 80 cm in the lowlands.

Soils [edit | edit source]

The soil cover of Transcarpathia is very diverse. Each relief zone is characterized by its own group of soils, although in general they can be attributed to mixed brown-podzolic soils. Sod-podzolized gley soils and gley or brown gley soils are widespread on the plain. The foothills are characterized by brown-podzolic soils, and in the mountainous areas, brown forest, sod-brown-earth and mountain-meadow soils prevail.

The flora and fauna of Transcarpathia is one of the richest and best preserved in all of Europe. Forests, which are the main wealth of Transcarpathia, now occupy more than 45% of its territory (from the countries of Central Europe, only Slovakia can compare with this indicator, 41%), although at the beginning of the 19th century they covered 85% of the region's land.

Transcarpathia is a multinational region. In a fairly short period of time, there were 5 different countries on the territory. Each of them left its mark on the history of the region and those who live here. IGotoWorld journalists. om have compiled a list of places that, in our opinion, would be great for a traveler to visit.

Museum of Folk Architecture and Life, Uzhgorod

To immediately feel the heart of the region, you need to visit the Uzhgorod skansen. Despite the fact that the Transcarpathian Museum of Folk Architecture and Life covers only 2 hectares of land, on the slopes of the Castle Hill, it has something to tell the traveler about.

Walking through the territory, you will see the traditional folk architecture of Transcarpathia of the 17th - first half of the 20th century. In the skansen you can get acquainted with a considerable collection of works of traditional art.

Pay attention to the collection of folk clothes. It fully reveals the traditions of all ethnographic and ethnic groups of Transcarpathia, who lived on the territory of the region in the 19th - first half of the 20th century.

For several years in a row, the museum has been organizing fashion shows, which significantly revives our generation's perception of the traditions of our ancestors.

Opening hours: daily, except Tuesday.

  • Summer: from 10:00 to 18:00. You can walk on the territory of the museum until 20:00.
  • In winter: from 9:00 to 17:00.

How to contact: +38 (03122) 3-63-52, +38 (03122) 3-73-92.

Ticket price:

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