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Tatariv

The picturesque mountain village of Tatariv is located in the Nadvirna district of Ivano-Frankivsk region. Like a necklace of pearls, the houses of this village stretch for 25 kilometers along the picturesque Prut River valley.

The village of Tatariv is a wonderful lowland climate resort in the Carpathian National Nature Park. It has been known as a resort since the days of Austria-Hungary. The extremely healing air and phytophysical environment of the Prut River valley have a powerful positive effect on the immune system. Just 10-14 days of staying in Tatariv is enough to bring it back to normal. The local climate increases the volume of breathing, normalizes blood circulation, and improves lung ventilation.

Татарів

Rest in Tatariv helps in the treatment of diseases of the upper respiratory tract (laryngitis, tracheitis, bronchial asthma, tuberculosis) and nervous disorders.

From this settlement, which is located at an altitude of 750 meters above sea level, it is very convenient to hike in the surrounding mountains. The surrounding forests are extremely rich in mushrooms and berries.

Cheap prices for accommodation and high quality of service make Tatariv a great place to stop for visiting the ski resort of Bukovel. In Tatariv itself and its surroundings there are a sufficient number of noteworthy historical, cultural and natural attractions.

In general, a vacation in Tatariv is an unforgettable journey into the heart of the paradise of Hutsulshchyna.

Map of attractions in Tatariv

A brief history of the village of Tatariv

History of the name of Tatariv village

Throughout its history, the village of Tatariv has changed its name several times. The first written mention of this settlement dates back to 1651. At that time, Tatariv was called Prutets and was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Later, the name of the village was changed to Belzets, and in 1673 the modern name Tatariv appeared. Later, in 1772, Tatariv became part of the Austrian Habsburg monarchy (from 1804 – the Austrian Empire, from 1867 – the Austro-Hungarian Empire). In the interwar period, the village was part of Poland. Nominally, until April 1, 1931, Tatariv was a suburb and part of the huge village of Mykulychyn. In Soviet times, in 1946, Tatariv was renamed Kremintsi. This new name was not derived from the flint, but in honor of a Soviet army lieutenant named Kreminets who died here in 1944. The historical name of the village of Tatariv was returned to Tatariv after Ukraine’s independence.

Legends about the origin of the village name Tatariv

Old-timers say that the name of the village is connected with an ancient attack of Tatar hordes on this place. In those distant times, a very handsome young man lived in these parts. All the village girls were in love with him. A local nymph also had her eye on him. One day he was walking in the woods and saw Tatar hordes sneaking up on the village. He immediately ran to warn his fellow villagers of the danger. A nymph in love with the young man, with tears on her face, asked her father, the king of the forest, to save her beloved and his fellow villagers. The wise old forest king took pity on his daughter and threw his magic crown to the ground. The village was immediately fenced off from the nomads by high mountains, and the Tatars could not reach it quickly. During this time, the young man managed to warn the villagers and organize an impregnable defense system together with them. The village survived a fierce battle with the enemies and has been called Tatariv since then.

The second legend about the origin of the village’s name says that in ancient times, wounded and captured Tatars were settled in the Carpathian villages. The present-day village of Tatariv became one of the places of compact accommodation of prisoners. The current name of this picturesque village is associated with these past events.

Formation of the modern resort of Tatariv

Almost immediately after the first written mention of Tatariv, it became a popular vacation spot for representatives of the Polish and Ukrainian elite.

Thanks to the favorable geographical location of the settlement between the mountain ranges that protect the village from the cold wind; healing mountain air purified by dense coniferous forests; and clear water originating high in the Carpathians, Tatariv became a famous Hutsul ecological resort.

Already in the XVIII-XIX centuries, a stream of noble vacationers from Krakow, Lviv, and Vienna came here. In those days, people were treated for tuberculosis and respiratory diseases. Over time, the popularity of vacationing in Tatariv only continued to grow. It became especially popular after it received a railway connection with the world in 1894.

In the early 20th century, Tatariv was described in Polish guidebooks as a climatic resort in the midst of wooded mountainous terrain with a large number of villas, houses, and the sanatorium of Dr. Zhurakovsky.

During the fierce battles of World War I, Tatariv suffered enormous destruction. During the interwar period, Tatariv was rebuilt and further developed as a climatic resort. This trend continued in Soviet times. And in the era of Ukraine’s independence, the popularity of the Tatariv resort has grown exponentially.

The temperature in Tatariv is now:

21.7o C   |   71.0o F

Architectural attractions of Tatariv

The village of Tatariv and its surroundings have many interesting locations from a tourist point of view. First of all, it is worth visiting two remarkable architectural monuments of the village (Tatariv Museum of History and Antiquities, Museum of Hutsul Life) and the Zenko Foundation art space.

Церква Святого Димитрія Солунського

Church of St Demetrius of Thessaloniki

The main architectural landmark of the village of Tatariv is an extremely photogenic wooden church of the XIX century. It was built between 1856 and 1870 and is dedicated to the Great Martyr Demetrius of Thessalonica.

The walls of this picturesque five-storey cross-shaped church are made of spruce timbers. This shrine stands on a stone foundation. The church is decorated with a wide porch, supported by a crown of log cabins with figured carvings. The roof of the church is covered with shingles. In general, the wooden church of St Demetrius of Thessalonica is a vivid example of the Hutsul style of sacred architecture.

The interior of the church was decorated with masterpieces of nineteenth-century tempera painting. According to the preserved inscription on the icon of St Nicholas the Wonderworker, it was found that the magnificent five-tiered church iconostasis was painted by Antonii Orzhekhovskyi.

An integral part of this monument is a two-tiered wooden bell tower. The first tier is log and square, and the second is a frame structure with eight walls and bell towers. The bell tower is decorated with a dome supported by shaped brackets. It is covered with a hipped octagonal roof.

Another interesting location not far from the church is a wooden cross with wreaths decorated with ribbons of the colours of the Hungarian flag. This is the place where 17 Hungarian soldiers from the First World War are buried.

After the arrival of Soviet rule in the village, the church was closed for a long period of time (1954-1987). At that time, the church was placed under protection as an architectural monument of the Ukrainian SSR. In the late 1980s, the church was partially covered with a tin roof. At the time of independence, the church was returned to the Greek Catholic community of the village, which holds regular services here. In 2017, the church was restored, during which the authentic shingle roof was returned to the shrine.

Залізнична станція Татарів-Буковель

Tatariv-Bukovel railway station

Another architectural monument in the village of Tatariv is the building of the Tatariv-Bukovel railway passenger stop (formerly a station). The railway connection appeared in the village of Tatariv back in 1894. However, the modern building of the station in Tatariv was built later – in 1932.

At that time, this railway station was perhaps the best of its kind among all Ukrainian railways. Despite the tumultuous events of the Second World War, the station building has been preserved to this day in almost unchanged form.

The last restoration of this architectural monument was carried out in November-December 2021. As a result of the work, the length of the station’s railway platform was increased from 180 to 324 metres. This allows the station to accommodate passenger trains with 12 cars. Prior to the reconstruction, the railway station in Tatariv village was capable of simultaneously receiving trains with only 6 cars. The renovated platform is equipped with modern LED lighting. The facade of the station building was also repaired. Despite the station’s renaming to Tatariv-Bukovel in 2021, the facade was kept in its historical name – Tatariv.

Музей історії та старожитностей Татарова

To get a deeper insight into the history and traditional way of life in the village of Tatariv, you should definitely visit the Museum of History and Antiquities. It opened its doors to visitors relatively recently – in 2020. Local residents took an active part in filling the museum with exhibits.

Address: this museum is located at 23 Nezalezhnosti Street.

To arrange excursions, please call:

Музей гуцульського побуту у Татарові

This wonderful ethnographic museum is located in the village of Tatariv on the territory of the Koruna recreation complex. The museum’s exposition is housed in an original Hutsul hut, which in itself is a valuable monument of folk architecture. The exhibits of the Museum of Hutsul Life include traditional towels, crockery, a loom, and a baby cradle.

Address: 660 Pihivska Street, Tatariv village.

Working hours: you can visit this museum every day.

Ticket price: entrance is free.

Find out the details by phone: +38 (067) 857 31 02.

Арт-простір Zenko Foundation

Address: Tatariv village, 660 Pihivska Street.

Working hours: Zenko Foundation art space welcomes visitors every day of the week.

Ticket price: entrance to the gallery’s exhibitions is free.

If you have any questions, you can contact the gallery’s art consultant by phone: +38 (067) 624 92 36.

Another tourist attraction on the territory of the Koruna complex in the village of Tatariv is a wonderful contemporary art gallery – the Zenko Foundation art space. It is located in the central building of the hotel.

The gallery’s exhibition halls regularly host exhibitions of contemporary Ukrainian art, represented by paintings, sculptures, installations and video art by well-known Ukrainian artists.

Hiking in the mountains from the village of Tatariv

The village of Tatariv is home to many noteworthy majestic mountains, mighty waterfalls and picturesque meadows. The surrounding nature is like a magnet, attracting tourists higher and higher. On the way, you can pick up a huge amount of berries and mushrooms in season. All this should be accompanied by photo shoots in the most picturesque places. The most popular and convenient routes for hiking from the village of Tatariv are the Khomyak and Yahidna mountains.

Гора Хом’як

Mount Khomyak is located at a distance of almost 6 km from the village of Tatariv and is part of the Chornohora range. This mountain got its name due to the roof-like shape of its peak, covered with stone placers, which resembles the rodent of the same name.

Conquering this picturesque peak, 1542 metres above sea level, is an easy task that can be completed in 2.5 hours one way. In the warm season, even pensioners and small children can overcome this route. Due to the ease of access to this mountain, it is even called the “weekend peak”. That is why one-day tours from the village of Tatariv to this majestic mountain are very popular among holidaymakers.

Зіплайн на полонині Ліснова

A trip to Mount Yahidna

Another route from the village of Tatariv through the surrounding mountains starts from the very centre of the village. From here, you should follow the green marked trail towards Polyany Kohannya and the village of Kreminets. This part of the route is 5 km long and can be easily covered in about 2.5 hours. Along the way, you can see the already mentioned Church of St Demetrius of Thessalonica and try the healing water from the hydrogen sulphide spring, which the locals call “Dry Eggs”, due to the specific smell of this water. Next, we will pass through the Lisnova meadow (1257 m) to the majestic Yahidna mountain (1216 m).

In the Lisnova valley, extreme sports enthusiasts have the opportunity to try an exciting flight on the highest zipline in Ukraine. The cable of this zipline is 500 metres long and 60 metres high. The sensations after the flight are incredible.

At the meadow, you can make a stop to visit a local kolyba, where you can try tinctures, taste cheeses and have a full lunch, represented by delicious Hutsul cuisine.

After a snack, you can continue on to Mount Yahidna. It offers an incredible view of the Montenegrin ridge, and the photos taken here will proudly take pride of place in your photo archive.

It will take you about 12 km to get to the top. The estimated time to complete this route is 4.5 hours.

What else to do in Tatariv?

In addition to sightseeing and hiking in the mountains, Tatariv has many other interesting recreational opportunities.

Рафтинг по річці Прут

Rafting on the Prut River

For extreme sports enthusiasts, rafting on the Prut River is regularly organised in the village of Tatariv. In addition to this mountain river, the Chornyi Cheremosh is a popular rafting destination, which is about 55 km away from Tatariv.

Rafting on the mountain rivers of the Carpathians can be done by rafts, kayaks, catamarans and kayaks. For beginners, the safest watercraft is a raft. In Tatariv itself, you can rent all the equipment you need for rafting, and experienced instructors will help you prepare for the extreme entertainment.

Safety equipment should not be neglected; you should wear a life jacket and a special helmet. As for clothing, it all depends on the weather. In case of cool weather conditions, you should definitely wear a wetsuit. On hot days, it is enough to wear a swimsuit/swim trunks and shorts.

There are 6 categories of river rafting difficulty. In the Ukrainian Carpathians, the easiest waterway for rafting is the Chornyi Cheremosh. Rafting on this river belongs to the 3rd category of difficulty. There are only a few rapids on the way of rafting tourists on the Cheremosh River. But it is worth keeping in mind that the flow speed here can reach 20 km/h, which does not allow you to relax and will enrich your body with adrenaline to the fullest.

Rafting on the Bilyi Cheremosh river is a bit more difficult. The rapids and treacherous turns of this waterway allow it to be classified as the 4th category of difficulty.

A very popular destination for rafting is the Prut River. In different parts of this waterway, the difficulty of rafting belongs to the 3rd and 4th categories of difficulty. For extreme rafters, the Prut River is of great interest due to its variable nature and a large number of obstacles in the form of rapids, stones and bends. The most difficult section for rafting on the Prut River is the route through Probiy waterfall. It is worth remembering that beginners are not allowed on this section, it is the realm of professional extreme sportsmen. Not every pro dares to overcome an eight-metre drop and a huge number of treacherous rapids in this section of the Prut River. To pass the Probiy waterfall, beginners should first gain enough experience on other sections of the Prut River for their safety.

The main advantages of rafting on the Prut River are the presence of some of the most extreme and difficult rapids in Ukraine, as well as convenient access to the rafting site. The disadvantage of the Prut River is its low water level. In this regard, the Chornyi Cheremosh river is more full-flowing and has a consistently high water level.

The rafting season in the Carpathians is usually in spring. However, in the case of rainy summers, the season becomes longer. The best month for rafting in the Carpathians is April.

However, you should not be afraid to try rafting on the mountain rivers of the Ukrainian Carpathians. Those who have tried this extreme entertainment at least once in their lives are eager to repeat this adventure again and again. Thanks to the adrenaline rush and extraordinary emotions, they feel like real heroes who can do any feat.

Кінні прогулянки у Татарові

Horse riding

Prices for horseback riding in Tatariv are available:

  1. For renting a horse for 1 hour, you have to pay 300 UAH.
  2. Renting a cart for 5 people costs 600 UAH per hour, for 10 people – 800 UAH per hour.
  3. The cost of VIP service is 1000 UAH per 1 person.

This price includes the services of a guide and funny stories along the way.

Horse riding is a very popular pastime for tourists and holidaymakers in the village of Tatariv. There is nothing better than to walk through the Carpathians on horseback with the feeling of an aristocrat. Local grooms have developed interesting routes that allow you to see all the beauty of the local nature. Under the supervision of experienced instructors, horseback riding is as safe as possible. The animals themselves are extremely intelligent and very obedient. And their ability to rely on their sixth sense will help you avoid any dangers. Horseback riding is an excellent health remedy for spinal diseases, improves the psychological state and has a generally positive effect on the human body.

Horseback riding is a very good holiday option for both romantic couples and families with children.

Джипінг в Татарові

Jeeping in Tatariv

If you want to get acquainted with the nature of Tatariv and its surroundings as quickly as possible, you should do it on off-road vehicles. For holidaymakers and tourists, the city regularly organises and hosts drive and adrenaline jeep tours. Various routes have been developed for exciting trips. This type of entertainment is chosen by lovers of outdoor activities and extreme sports. Extraordinary emotions, picturesque landscapes and the drive of speed make this adventure unforgettable.

Риболовля в селі Татарів

Fishing in the village of Tatariv

Fishing on the banks of the picturesque Prut River is a very popular way to spend a relaxing holiday in Tatariv. The upper reaches of this waterway are extremely rich in fish. As a result of successful fishing here, you can enjoy trout, chub, minnow, gudgeon, burbot, pikeminnow, stonefish, Danube salmon, podust, mustachian, ugly, minnow, fish, needle, goby, chop, etc.

Fishing in the Carpathian mountain rivers should be done during the evening twilight, when whole clouds of insects begin to fly over the water surface, and fish swim closer to the surface to grab and eat prey.

It is at this time that the chances of catching a fish on a hook increase exponentially. Fishing among the picturesque landscapes of the Carpathians is an extremely good way to calm down and enjoy the harmony of nature.

Пляжний відпочинок у с. Татарів

Beach rest in the village of Tatariv

For beach lovers in the village of Tatariv, many hotels have their own swimming pools, there is an opportunity to cool off in the cool waters of the Prut River, and those who want to get a full range of water activities visit the famous Lake Molodosti in Bukovel.

Катання на лижах у Буковелі

Skiing

In winter, Tatariv is visited by a large number of skiing enthusiasts. The village of Tatariv does not have its own ski slopes. The fact is that such famous ski resorts as Yablunytsia, Vorokhta and the mega-popular Bukovel are located nearby at a distance of 10-15 kilometres, and the Dragobrat ski resort is a little further away, at a distance of 40 km. Most tourists come to Tatariv at this time to save money on accommodation, as housing prices are much lower than in Bukovel.

Чани в Татарові

However, Tatariv in winter is not just a place where visitors to Bukovel’s ski slopes spend the night. At this time, local healing vats become extremely popular. There’s nothing better than taking a dip in a hot tub after skiing and plunging into the cold waters of the Prut River. This contrasting procedure will help rejuvenate and strengthen the whole body. The largest number of vat visitors in Tatariv is in autumn and winter. You should take this seasonality factor into account and book places in the tubs in advance.

Розваги в селі Татарів

Other entertainment in the village of Tatariv

The village of Tatariv offers many other interesting entertainments and attractions.

Those who like a quiet and leisurely holiday often choose to go “quiet hunting” in Tatariv in summer and autumn. In a short period of time during the season, you can pick countless mushrooms and berries here.

Fans of outdoor activities in the village of Tatariv can rent a bicycle or quad bike and make extreme trips through the surrounding mountains.

Before the full-scale invasion of Russia, the village of Tatariv hosted the annual Tatariv Vatra festival. The constant and most attractive components of this festival have always been incendiary music, delicious Hutsul cuisine, fire shows and a great mood.

The most interesting places near Tatariv

Етно-парк «Полонина Перці» в Яблуниці
"Polonyna Pertsi" is the most interesting place for a family rest in Yablunytsya. This incredibly picturesque meadow has become a
Гора Хом’як
Mount Khomyak is located at a distance of almost 6 km from the village of Tatariv and is part of
Арт-простір Zenko Foundation
A tourist attraction on the territory of the Koruna complex in Tatariv village is a wonderful contemporary art gallery -
Музей гуцульського побуту у Татарові
This ethnographic museum is located in the village of Tatariv on the territory of the Koruna recreation complex. The museum's
Музей історії та старожитностей Татарова
To get a deeper insight into the history and traditional way of life in Tatariv, it is worth visiting the
Гора Костел
Among the mountain peaks around Mykulychyn, the first one worth climbing is the majestic Mount Kostel (also known as Horhan
Гора Ягідна
Another mountain peak near the village of Mykulychyn that is definitely worth a visit is the 1,216-metre-high Yahidna Mountain. It
Гора Рокита Велика
While holidaying in the village of Mykulychyn, you should definitely find time to travel to the top of the mighty
Гора Маковиця
If you intend to climb to the top, which was the scene of fierce battles, the best option near Mykulychyn
Чемегівський каньйон
The extremely picturesque Chemehivskyi Canyon has become a very popular natural location in the village of Mykulychyn. Instagram bloggers and
Водоспад Капливець
The Kaplyvets waterfall is located 5 km from the Mykulychyn railway station. It is located on the territory of the
Нарінецький водоспад
The Narinetskyi single-cascade waterfall is 10 metres high. It is located between the villages of Mykulychyn and Tatariv in a
Велика карпатська гойдалка
On the outskirts of Mykulychyn village, you can ride one of the most famous swings in Ukraine. It is located
Броварня “Микуличин”
One of the symbols of Mykulychyn village is the famous Mykulychyn Brewery. It was opened relatively recently - in 2002.
Церква Пресвятої Трійці у Микуличині
In the middle of the nineteenth century, it was decided to build a new wooden church in Mykulychyn not far
Музей етнографії та екології Карпатського краю
At the end of your visit to the museums in Yaremche, you should definitely visit the Museum of Ethnography and
Музей мольфарства у Яремче
Fans of mysticism and magic should definitely visit the Museum of Molfarism in Yaremche. It features ancient household items used
Петропавлівська церква (Музей Шептицького)
While holidaying in Yaremche, tourists will be interested in visiting the modern wooden church of the Holy Apostles Peter and
Екопарк «Ведмежа гора»
Not far from the mini-zoo in Yaremche, there is another interesting location with animals - an eco-park with a petting
Парк-музей «Карпати в мініатюрі»
This unique museum attracts tourists like a magnet. It was initiated in 2015 by the Carpathian National Park and the
Фермерське господарство «Полонина Маковиця»
When you are on holiday in Yaremche, you should definitely visit the cheese dairy of the Polonyna Makovytsia farm to
Гора Синячка
Mount Synyachka, with a height of 1400 metres, is located 20 km from Yaremche. It takes 6 hours to get
Скеля «Слон» у Яремче
At a distance of only 5.5 km from the centre of Yaremche, there is the Elephant Rock, which is formed
Скеля Білий Камінь
The White Stone Rock is located on the outskirts of Yaremche (the northern part of the city is called Dora).
Скелі Довбуша
The rock and cave complex Dovbush's Rocks is located 7.7 km from the central part of Yaremche, Ivano-Frankivsk region, in
Міні-зоопарк «Вольєрне господарство Карпатського національного природного парку»
If you come to Yaremche with children, you should definitely visit the local mini-zoo. It was established in 1992 with
Яблуницький перевал
The grandeur of the Yablunytskyi Pass is impressive. It is one of the most picturesque in Ukraine. It is located
Женецький Гук
Zhenetskii Huk (Zhenetski Vodospad) is a waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians, on the Zhenets stream (a left tributary of the
Чани Татарів
The climatic resort of Tatariv has long been very popular among tourists. It attracts them with the majesty of the
Карпатський національний природний парк
Carpathian National Nature Park is a national park in Ukraine, on the territory of Ivano-Frankivsk region. Created to preserve the
Музей гуцульського побуту
At an altitude of 700 m above sea level. near an elegant wooden house, the honored worker of culture M.
Озеро Несамовите
Lake Nesamovyte, located on the slope of Mount Turkul, attracts the attention of tourists on the northeastern slopes of the

Best accommodation options

The village of Tatariv has a huge number of different accommodation offers for holidaymakers and tourists. There is even a joke here that the number of cottages and hotels far exceeds the number of homes of the village’s indigenous residents.

Accommodation in the village of Tatariv becomes very popular in winter during the ski season. Therefore, if you plan to come here at this time, you should book a place in advance.

Hotels in Tatariv

Those looking for the highest level of comfort choose to live in the village Tatariv hotels. They are not inferior to Bukovel in terms of service and range of services, and the prices for accommodation are very affordable.

The cost of accommodation in a simple double room starts from 350 UAH per day.

Готельний комплекс «Під Хом’яком»
Tatariv village, st. Nezalezhnosti, 38
+380 ....
from 1580 ₴/night
Готель «Коруна»
Tatariv village, st. Pigivska, 660
+380 ....
from 2260 ₴/night
Villa Billa
st. T. Shevchenko, 753, Tatariv village
+380 ....
from 1195 UAH/day

Private manors and cottages in Tatariv

For large companies and families with children, a good option for accommodation in in Tatariv there are cottages. Some of them offer a chic holiday with vats, swimming pools and saunas. Prices for accommodation in Tatariv cottages start from 800 UAH per night.

The most economical option for accommodation in Tatariv has a private sector. It is possible to significantly reduce the holiday budget at the expense of food, as most private sector offers are equipped with a modern kitchen with the ability to prepare your own meals. The cost of accommodation in private estates of Tatariv starts from 248 UAH per day.

Садиба «Дана»
83, Nezalezhnosti str., Tatariv village
+380 ....
from 750 ₴/night

Tours and excursions

Джип-тур “Стеришора”
3 hours
From 3500 ₴
Джип-тур “Русанівка”
3 hours
From 3000 ₴

Where to eat?

The picturesque village of Tatariv has many interesting restaurants and kolybas where you can taste delicious Ukrainian, Hutsul and European cuisine.

If you want to enjoy the taste of traditional Hutsul dishes, you should pay attention to such well-known kolyba and restaurants in Tatariv as Hutsulsky Dvir, Dykyi Med, Koruna, Suzirya Karpat, Petros, Olga and Lavanda Country Club.

Those who prefer traditional Ukrainian and European cuisine should visit Cufer, Bili Horvaty, Prut and Tatariv Deluxe restaurants.

For lovers of delicious beer, the Beer Garden restaurant and brewery is a good place to go.

Those who want to enjoy bakery products and/or delicacies like to visit the Kulchytsky Bakery cafe in Tatariv.

The best fast food places in Tatariv are undoubtedly “U Armena” and “Hutsuly ta ribs”.

Prices for food in the village of Tatariv are several times lower than in the neighbouring Bukovel, but the quality of food and service is in no way inferior to the mega-popular resort.

Ресторан «Прут»
St. Nezalezhnosti, 14, Tatariv village
+380 ....
Ресторан «Білі Горвати»
St. Nezalezhnosti, 565a, Tatariv village
+380 ....
Колиба «Гуцульський двір»
St. Nezalezhnosti, 453, Tatariv village
+380 ....

How to get to Tatariv village?

Thanks to its good geographical location and proximity to popular ski resorts, Tatariv has no problems with transport links.

The lion’s share of tourists and holidaymakers come to Tatariv by rail. Trains from Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Zaporizhzhia, Kremenchuk, Rakhiv and Yasinya arrive here daily.

The next most popular way to get to Tatariv is by bus and minibus. Buses from Verkhovyna, Rakhiv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kolomyia, Yasinya, Bukovel, Yaremche, Kosiv, Khust, Kharkiv, and Dovhopol regularly arrive at the local bus station.

To get to Tatariv by car from Kyiv or Lviv, you should go through Ivano-Frankivsk, where you should turn to Nadvirna. Then the road goes through Delyatyn and Yaremche to the village of Tatariv. If you are travelling from Uzhhorod, you should pass through Mukachevo, Khust, Tyachiv, Rakhiv and Yasinya.

As for air travel, the nearest airports in Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk are currently closed due to martial law.

In any case, the road to Tatariv is a kind of excursion to the most picturesque places in Ukraine.

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