There are many points of interest in the area. Most of them are natural wonders. For example, you cannot pass by the legendary 500-year-old oak, which grows in the very center of the region.
Mizhhirya also prepared man-made treasures for tourists. These include wooden churches located in almost all settlements. Moreover, some of them were built according to the canons of the old masters already in the 20th century. Bell towers made of wood are no less remarkable.
The Mizhhirya guide advises you to visit the unique Tereble-retsky hydroelectric power station, which stands on 2 rivers, between which an almost 4-kilometer tunnel stretches.
Very close is the Kolochava village museum, which includes 10 of the most interesting objects of folk architecture, a narrow gauge railway, Czech school institutions and other no less interesting locations. All of them are unique in their essence and therefore will be remembered forever.
There are 20 statues here, among which the most memorable are the monuments to soldiers, shepherds, teachers and workers.
Children will definitely like the Shwegan bird park with a collection of exotic birds and the “Shepherd School”, where everyone can imagine themselves as a shepherd.
Adults and younger generations will be interested in returning to the history of the past war represented by the Hungarian Arpad Line. It consists of several belts of concrete fortifications and various mechanical obstacles that pass along the borders of Mizhhirya, Transcarpathia and the surrounding areas.
There are many recreation centers in the region. Therefore, it will be easy for travelers to find accommodation in order to see all the sights located in the most popular destinations.