Mukachevo is a small (area 27 km2), but very ancient Transcarpathian city on the river Latorytsia. It has its official biography from the 9th century, but experts have reliably confirmed its even older history.
It is proved that the Celts originally lived here. In the 14th century Queen Elizabeth of Hungary gave the settlement a special status associated with the name of its patron Saint Martin. This step laid further international, historical and cultural advantages of Mukachevo.
In the future, the rules here:
- Czechoslovak authorities;
- Carpathian Ukraine;
- Hungarians again;
- Communists of the USSR;
- independent Ukraine.
Therefore, it is no coincidence that the city has become a recognized international center of road and rail services. From here it is equally easy to get to Vienna and Prague or Rome. That is why nowadays Mukachevo is a tourist Mecca of Western Ukraine.
There is always something to see in any season, in the warm or cold season. In the city you can always find where to rest, where to go and what to see. For those who have not yet fully mastered here, it is better to contact Go-To.Rest.