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Regular transfers by comfortable vans: LVIV - WARSAW, and WARSAW - LVIV.

15€ / 65 PLZ / 400 UAH

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Transcarpathian Tour

Day 1 (Saturday): Departure from Lviv (8:00) – Sanatorium ‘Karpaty’. Schoenborn Palace (excursion) – Mukachevo (lunch and castle excursion) – Berehove (a swim in the thermal pools, wine tasting) – Berehove area (lodging in Hungarian-type rural homes угорських зелених садибах, check-in at 21:30)

Day 2 (Sunday): Breakfast, check-out, and departure (8:00) – Nyzhnje Selyshche (cheese degustation) – Iza (hand-made items made of woven willow) – Soimy-Kelechyn (degustation of several unique types of mineral water) – Pylypets (lunch, a visit to the Shypit Waterfall, and an ascent up Mt. Hymba via chairlift) – Return to Lviv (22:30)

Accommodations and meals: Accommodations in cozy Hungarian-type rural homes угорських зелених садибах (in the Berehove Region), rooms for 2 or 3 people with amenities. We recommend ordering an evening meal and breakfast (60 UAH/person); the evening meal consists of Hungarian cuisine and wine while breakfast is a typical European-style breakfast.

Highlights of the trip include:

  • getting acquainted with the history, customs, cultures and religions of Transcarpathia’s five main ethnic groups: the Boykos, Lemkos, Hungarians, Roma, and Ruthenians;
  • the best dishes Boyko, Hungarian and Czech cuisines have to offer;
  • the most prominent historical sights of the area: the Scheonborn Castle, Mukachevo Castle, Berehove’s historic downtown, a look at the remains of the Vynohradiv and Khust Castles, beautiful wooden churches;
  • the beauty of the Carpathian Mountains, Shypit Waterfall, the opportunity to take pictures in the most picturesque places in the Carpathians, and a chance to go swimming in Berehove’s thermal pools;
  • degustation of organic cheeses made by using Swiss technology from the Selysko Creamery as well as a tasting of bryndza, wurda, and budz made in the valleys of the Carpathians;
  • wine degustation of the best Transcarpathian fine wines in ancient wine cellars as well as wine degustations from local private winemakers in the Berehove Region
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