One of the interesting points of travel in the Berehiv district of the Zakarpattia region is undoubtedly the urban-type village of Korolevo (formerly known as Kiragaza). Its population is more than eight thousand people. It is located ten kilometers east of Vynohradiv. There are several temples and many cafes in the village. Walking along it, you can think that you are in the capital of Transcarpathian Roma: bright skirts of gypsies can be seen everywhere. An interesting fact is that near this very village, traces of the oldest man on the territory of Ukraine, who lived about a million years ago, were found. Korolevo is also known for its wine cellars 700 meters long, which are laid under the castle hill.