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There are many interesting villages in the Ukrainian Carpathians from a tourist point of view. In this regard, the village of Mykulychyn deserves special attention. It is located in the valley of the Prut River, in the middle of the Carpathian Nature National Park, at an altitude of 750 metres.

Mykulychyn belongs to the Yaremche city community, Nadvirna district, Ivano-Frankivsk region, and has a population of just over 5,000 people. Few people know that this unique settlement is the longest village in Ukraine, with a length of 10 km. Until 1927, when Tatariv, Vorokhta, Polyanytsia and other small settlements were separated from Mykulychyn, it was considered the largest village in Europe and was 44 km long.


Nowadays, Mykulychyn is actively developing as a lowland climate resort. The local unique climate and clean air have an extremely strong healing effect on the human body, and the developed tourist infrastructure with a large variety of entertainment and interesting historical monuments and museums makes your holiday rich and unforgettable. At the same time, the prices for accommodation, food and entertainment are much lower than in the neighbouring mega-popular Bukovel. Many holidaymakers take advantage of this to save their holiday budget, staying in Mykulychyn and visiting the ski slopes of neighbouring Bukovel, Yablunytsia and Vorokhta.

Map of attractions in Mykulychyn

A brief history of Mykulychyn

In historical written sources, Mykulychyn was first mentioned in 1412. This date is considered to be the year the village was founded. In 2012, the 600th anniversary of this picturesque village was celebrated, and Ukrposhta even issued a series of stamps in honour of this event. However, the first people appeared here 40,000 years ago, which is confirmed by archaeological findings.

For centuries after its foundation, Mykulychyn was part of the Polish Kingdom (since 1569, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth). The local population was subjected to significant oppression and harassment by the Polish gentry. This caused numerous uprisings of local peasants. The rebels were called opryshky. The most famous of their leaders was Oleksa Dovbush, who also appeared with his troops in Mykulychyn itself many times.

In addition to agriculture in the form of farming and, especially, animal husbandry, the inhabitants of Mykulychyn provided horse and pack transport of merchant goods along mountain routes towards Transcarpathia. These merchant caravans were often attacked by the Carpathian robin hoods – opryshky.

In 1772, after the first partition of Poland, Mykulychyn became part of the Austrian monarchy (from 1804 – the Austrian Empire, from 1867 – the Austro-Hungarian Empire). At that time, the village began to develop actively as an industrial centre. In 1825, a motorway was built through the village. During the nineteenth century, a glass factory was operating in Mykulychyn, where sheet glass was produced (at the end of the nineteenth century, this production was closed).

The woodworking industry was actively developing. And in 1894, Mykulychyn received a railway connection, which was a big impetus for its development as a lowland climate resort. The village began to actively build boarding houses and sanatoriums. The flow of tourists to Mykulychyn began to grow rapidly. Holidaymakers from all over Europe came here.

In 1889, a young Scottish writer Mary Dowie visited Mykulychyn. She was simply delighted with the magical local nature, rituals and clothes of the local Hutsuls. To share her impressions with the world, she published a book of memoirs, A Girl in the Carpathians, in London in 1891.

In 1900-1904, a railway station was built in Mykulychyn for the comfort of holidaymakers. Most tourists came to Mykulychyn in the warm season. That’s why the locals called them “summer people”. In fact, it was a classic green tourism. Back in the day, Mykulychyn was known as a gentian resort (gentian is a serum that is extremely beneficial for the human body). Even today, healing with fresh local milk and dairy products from cows and goats is popular among holidaymakers in Mykulychyn.

Not surprisingly, it was in Mykulychyn that the first hotel in all of western Ukraine was opened. It happened in 1901 thanks to the Lviv-based Narodna Hospodarka company, which rented a villa next to the railway station owned by Father Tadei Halaychuk to create the hotel. The first two-storey hotel in Mykulychyn consisted of a large hall, a library, a bar and eight rooms.

In 1912, the future heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, Karl Franz Joseph Habsburg, visited Mykulychyn. He was accompanied by his wife, Princess Zita of the Bourbon-Parma family. They came at the invitation of the Prince of Liechtenstein, who at that time owned part of the Carpathian forests in this area. The future emperor travelled in his own car and even took a surprised local resident for a ride who had never seen a car before.

After the tumultuous events of the First World War and the defeat of the Ukrainian national liberation struggle, Mykulychyn became part of interwar Poland. At this time, in the 1920s and 1930s, the village continued to develop as a centre of green tourism. In the interwar period, Mykulychyn offered three tourist stations, the Zdzislaw Sher Hotel, the Hoverla boarding house, the Lviv Printers’ Health House, and the famous Sanatorium of Lviv Academic Schools. Every year, a large number of students and teachers from Lviv University, Lviv Polytechnic, and the Krakow Jagiellonian Academy spent their holidays there. In addition to recreation, students were actively engaged in collecting ethnographic materials. In 1938, a monument to Queen Jadwiga was erected near the sanatorium. The sculpture holds a model of the Krakow Jagiellonian University in its left hand, but the right arm of the monument was destroyed in 1945 by a Red Army shot. The sculpture was saved from complete destruction by the Soviet authorities by teacher Anna, who convinced the Red Army that it was an ancient statue of the goddess Aphrodite, not a monument to Queen Jadwiga.

After the arrival of Soviet rule, the OUN-UPA underground was active in Mykulychyn for a long period of time, fighting the Soviet occupiers. In Soviet times, the tourist infrastructure in Mykulychyn continued to develop. For example, in the 1970s, a children’s sanatorium of Ivano-Frankivsk University was built in a beautiful Hutsul style.

After Ukraine gained its independence in 1991, tourism development in Mykulychyn accelerated even further. The tourist infrastructure in the village is developing rapidly and is already at a modern European level.

In 2002, a modern brewery called Hutsulske was opened in Mykulychyn. Here you can enjoy the taste of excellent local beer and visit a grocery store with organic meat and dairy products.

In 2009, another large sanatorium, Gerdan, was built. A large number of new private manors and hotels have appeared.

The temperature in Mykulychyn now:

9.6o C   |   49.2o F

Origin of the village name Mykulychyn

Two legends about the appearance of the village of Mykulychyn have survived to this day. According to the first one, the king of the Kingdom of Galicia-Volhynia, Danylo Halytskyi, had a loyal voivode named Mykula. One day, while walking through the Carpathian mountains, he saw a picturesque village that he really liked. He told King Danylo about it. He decided to reward the voivode for his faithful service and gave him this village and two former lands. Voivode Mykula ruled the locals fairly, becoming a real father and protector for them. On the nearby Mount Dilok, on the voivode’s instructions, a dil (fortress) was built and used as a customs office. All merchants who passed through with their goods to Transcarpathia paid a tax to the local residents at the customs. In honour of the good and fair voivode, they decided to name their village Mykulychyn.

The second legend about the foundation of Mykulychyn also tells of a boyar named Mykula. Once he was marching with a group of his soldiers through the mountains and came across a large army of enemies. But the brave warriors did not give up, but fought a worthy battle against the enemy army. At the same time, they sang patriotic songs. According to one version, Mykula and his soldiers were surrounded on a mountain, but they fought bravely until they all died. According to another, they fought with all their strength and managed to destroy all the enemies. In any case, since that battle, the mountain has been called Mykulynka, and the nearby village – Mykulychyn.

Attractions and museums in Mykulychyn

The ancient history of Mykulychyn is reflected in the historical and architectural monuments and museums preserved in the village. It is worth setting aside at least one day to get to know them. This will give you the opportunity to visit the main interesting locations. You should do this with local guides who will tell you many interesting things about the history of the village. A walk around Mykulychyn with its picturesque old wooden villas of the XIX – early XX century, museums and the Church of the Holy Trinity will be a good start to your holiday in this picturesque village.

Церква Пресвятої Трійці у Микуличині

It is impossible to imagine the life of any village in the Carpathians without its own church. Historical sources mention the church in Mykulychyn for the first time in 1700. At that time, the church was surrounded by a cemetery, and the shrine itself was located in the area of Falcha Lane. However, in 1765, this church was damaged by a severe storm and was never restored. In the mid-nineteenth century, it was decided to build a new wooden church in Mykulychyn. One part of Mykulychyn residents from the Horby district wanted to build a church in the northern part of the village, while residents of the Pidlisni district were in favour of building a new shrine in the south of Mykulychyn.

In the end, it was decided to build the church near the 1825 road in the heart of Mykulychyn, which was a compromise between the other two options.

In architectural terms, the Church of the Holy Trinity in Mykulychyn is a striking example of the Hutsul type of wooden churches with a cruciform layout. Inside the church, there are unique highly artistic paintings that were made in 1892 by the outstanding Ukrainian artist Kornylo Ustianovych (1839-1903). They were preserved even despite the barbaric policies of the Soviet government.

During the years of independence, the Church of the Holy Trinity was returned to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, which began to gradually renovate and restore the shrine. Thus, in the 2000s, the wood of the upper tiers of the old bell tower was renewed and the upper tiers of the church were covered with minted tin. Nowadays, the Church of the Holy Trinity in Mykulychyn is the main architectural decoration of the village, which is worth a visit.


Bell tower-museum in Mykulychych

Directly next to the Church of the Holy Trinity in Mykulychyn stands a recently restored 18th-century wooden bell tower covered with shingles. Nowadays, this valuable ancient monument is a unique bell tower museum.

Among the exhibits of this shrine, you can see church utensils, holy images, old prints, and photographic documents.

The exposition of the first floor of the bell tower-museum is presented:

  • canvases depicting the Virgin Mary, biblical stories, and religious symbols;
  • towels with Hutsul patterns that were used to decorate icons and banners;
  • a collection of liturgical books in the Old Slavonic language.

To get to the second floor of the bell tower, you should use a wooden staircase. Here, the museum exposition is located in the middle of a circular room. It features reproductions of images of saints and old icons brought by parishioners. The centre of the arcade gallery is occupied by a wooden figure of the crucified Jesus Christ.

In general, the bell tower museum in Mykulychyn is an extremely valuable collection of antiquities that highlights the spiritual history of the village.

Музей звичаєвої символіки Гуцульщини

Address: 73-b Hrushevskoho Street, Mykulychyn village.

Working hours: Monday-Friday from 09:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m, Saturday-Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Ticket price: symbolic (optional).

Administration phone numbers for organising and conducting excursions: +38 (098) 067 14 91, +38 (093) 711 69 91, +38 (097) 395 78 61.

E-mail: [email protected]

The Museum of Traditional Symbols of the Hutsul Region opened its doors to visitors in 2012. It is located in the very centre of the village. The exhibits of this remarkable historical and ethnographic museum are housed in three rooms of a hut.

Броварня “Микуличин”

Address: 68b Hrushevskoho Street, Mykulychyn village.

Working hours: daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Phone number for booking excursions: +38 (067) 343 13 89 (Lidiya Vasylivna).

Another symbol of Mykulychyn village is the famous Mykulychyn brewery. It was opened relatively recently – in 2002. In the short time since its opening, the brewery has gained great popularity throughout Ukraine. It produces a large number of different beers under the Hutsulske brand. Among them, the most popular are:

  • “Bright Jubilee 2012”;
  • “Dark”;
  • “Wheat”;
  • “Honey”;
  • “Berries”;
  • “Rye”;
  • “Shafran”;
  • “Kvass Rye”.
Велика карпатська гойдалка

Since ancient times, people have enjoyed swinging. They were a popular pastime in ancient Greece, Rome, China and Kyivan Rus. Swinging fills you with a sense of euphoria of flight and free fall. Since childhood, we all have positive emotions associated with being rocked to sleep in our subconscious. Doctors consider swinging to be an effective therapeutic procedure that is a good antidepressant.

On the outskirts of the village of Mykulychyn, you can ride one of the most famous swings in Ukraine. It is located in the middle of the picturesque mountains. The big swing attracts crowds of tourists every year.

Natural attractions of Mykulychyn

In addition to visiting historical and cultural monuments and museums, there are many other opportunities for diverse recreation in Mykulychyn. First of all, it is worth getting to know the local nature. There are a large number of natural attractions near Mykulychyn that attract thousands of tourists every year.

First of all, holidaymakers are interested in visiting incredible waterfalls and mountain peaks. However, in these challenging times, not everyone has a lot of free time. It is for such active people that day trips to the most interesting natural locations are a good option for unity with nature near the village of Mykulychyn.

In this regard, the most popular routes among the village’s holidaymakers are the routes to the Zhenetskyi Huk, Narinetskyi and Kaplyvets waterfalls, to the picturesque peaks of Kostel, Yahidna, Rokyta Velyka, Makovytsia, as well as to the Chemehivskyi Canyon on the Prut River.

Водоспад Женецький Гук

The Zhenetskyi Huk waterfall is an extremely popular location for photo shoots. This mighty 15-metre-high waterfall is located just 8 km from the village of Mykulychyn in the middle of the mountains at an altitude of 900 metres. It was formed on the river Zhenets after a major flood that occurred in the post-war period. The name “huk” comes from the noise and roar that comes from this mighty waterfall.

To get to it, you should take a bus to the turnoff to Huk. Then you can follow the signs, and after the railway tracks, you should pass through the checkpoint where the fee for visiting the waterfall is collected.

Tickets cost 30 UAH for adults and 15 UAH for children.

It will take up to 1.5 hours to walk from the checkpoint to the waterfall itself on an asphalt road. Then follow the signs along the dirt road. In the souvenir market near the waterfall itself, tourists can warm up with Carpathian herbal tea, mulled wine, coffee or have a snack in a small cafe-hut in the cold season.

The area around the waterfall is equipped with gazebos and benches, as well as viewing platforms with ladders and handrails.

A huge number of excursion groups come to the waterfall every day, so if you want to be alone here, you should come early in the morning.

Нарінецький водоспад

This magnificent waterfall is only 1800 metres away from the Zhenetskyi Huk. The height of Narinetskyi single-cascade waterfall reaches 10 metres.

Narinetskyi waterfall is located between the villages of Mykulychyn and Tatariv in a picturesque place in the Ukrainian Carpathians at an altitude of 820 metres above sea level. It is formed by the intersection of the swift waters of the Noretsky Stream, which is the left tributary of the Zhenets River, and a thick sandstone formation. The name of the waterfall comes from the distortion of the name of the Noretsky Stream.

There are fewer tourists near this waterfall than near the Zhenetskyi Huk, which gives this place an atmosphere of peace and romance.

Водоспад Капливець

Another interesting waterfall, Kaplyvets, is located 5 km from the Mykulychyn railway station. The waterfall is located in the former village of Yamna in the southeastern part of the modern city of Yaremche. You won’t find it on maps, which creates an aura of mystery when looking for it. This is a great advantage, as there are no crowds of tourists here and you can enjoy its beauty and melodious noise in peace and quiet. Being in this cosy place in the Ukrainian Carpathians at an altitude of 650 metres above sea level, you can spend hours enjoying the beauty of nature and taking incredible photos.

Чемегівський каньйон

Recently, the extremely picturesque Chemehivskyi Canyon has become a very popular natural location in the village of Mykulychyn. Instagram bloggers and tik-tokers are attracted to the local paradise blue waters, picturesque rocks and tall trees located in the middle of a deep, multi-kilometre-long stone canyon in the Prutets-Chemehivskyi river valley. For many holidaymakers, the landscapes of this paradise with its spruce “jungle” remind them of tropical forests.

A narrow-gauge railway used to operate near this canyon.

Гора Маковиця

If you intend to climb to the top of a mountain that was the scene of fierce battles, the best option near the village of Mykulychyn is undoubtedly the 984-metre-high Makovytsia Mountain.

Mount Makovytsia is located at a distance of 7.7 km from the village of Mykulychyn. To climb Mount Makovytsia in Mykulychyn, you should follow the main street to Hirska Street, where the road to the top begins.

Moving to the top of this picturesque mountain, you can see the remains of trenches and even find shell casings. All these are traces of the past fierce battles that took place here during the First and Second World Wars.

Гора Рокита Велика

While holidaying in the village of Mykulychyn, you should definitely find time to travel to the top of the mighty 1111-metre-high Rokyta Velyka Mountain.

Rokyta Velyka Mountain is located at a distance of about 10 km from Mykulychyn. The route to the top of this mountain is pleasant and does not present any major difficulties. It is possible to hike to the top of Rokyta Velyka and back during daylight hours. You can do it in one day even in autumn. The return journey takes only 2 hours.

It is not difficult to find the mountain itself, as it has a clear landmark – the relay tower is located at the very top.

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 is a part of the Pokutsko-Bukovyna Mountains and the Lisnivskyi Ridge. It is conveniently accessible from the villages of Mykulychyn and Tatariv. Having climbed to the top of Yahidna, tourists admire the incredible landscapes of the Chornohora ridge as if spellbound. In good, clear weather, you can see the peaks of Mount Petros (2020 m), Mount Hoverla (2061 m), and Mount Khomyak (1542 m) seems to be at arm’s length. The picturesque Gorgany Mountains can be seen on the south-western side. The top of Mount Yahidna is equipped with comfortable gazebos. This gives tourists the opportunity to sit down and have a snack after the climb and enjoy the surrounding scenery in peace.

Гора Костел

Mount Kostel

Among the mountain peaks around Mykulychyn, the first one worth climbing is the majestic Mount Kostel (also known as Horhan Burachkivskyi), which is 1049 metres high. This peak is part of the Horhany system and is located just 4.5 km east of Mykulychyn village.

The path to Mount Kostel should start near the road bridge over the Prutets-Chemehivskyi River. Moving along the canyon of this river through the forest, you can get to the very top. The top of this mountain is a 45-metre-high flat-topped rock. It is a wonderful natural observation deck with incredible views.

From here, in good clear weather, you can enjoy the fabulous scenery created by the Horhan, Petros and Hoverla mountain ranges.

You can climb to the top of Mount Kostel on foot without climbing equipment or take a tour and get as close as possible to the top with an off-road vehicle. From the jeep stop to the summit, you will have to walk 300 metres along the trail. These jeep tours are available for booking at many hotels and estates in Mykulychyn.

Read more about the climbing routes in the article “The majestic Mount Kostel“.

What else to do in Mykulychyn?

In addition to visiting architectural and historical monuments, Mykulychyn and its surroundings offer a wide variety of entertainment and recreational opportunities for tourists.

The village’s tourist infrastructure is developing rapidly, so every year the holiday experience here becomes more comfortable and diverse.

Since 2010, a bicycle rental service has been actively developing in Mykulychyn. A little later, since 2011, exciting cycling tours have been held here on a regular basis.

Horse riding is a very popular pastime among tourists in Mykulychyn. This attraction can be booked in many hotels and estates. They offer horse and cart rides and sleigh rides. You can also book horseback riding excursions along mountain and forest routes.

For extreme sports enthusiasts, exciting rafting tours on the Prut River to the Probiy waterfall in Yaremche are a great way to spend their holidays in Mykulychyn. Travelling along a fast-moving mountain river will fill your holiday with lots of adrenaline and powerful emotions.

Despite the fact that there are no ski slopes in Mykulychyn itself, there are a large number of ski equipment rental shops. The fact is that from Mykulychyn you can easily get to the neighbouring ski resorts of Bukovel and Vorokhta.

For fishing enthusiasts, Mykulychyn has a sufficient number of trout ponds, which are equipped with everything necessary for a wonderful rest with friends or family in the lap of nature.

Mykulychyn is an extremely good location for lovers of quiet field trips. The surrounding forests and meadows are a real Klondike for picking berries and mushrooms.

For those who want to improve their health with spa treatments, Mykulychyn has a large number of different vats, baths and saunas. By combining these health treatments with walks in the fresh air, you can achieve a powerful healing effect for the whole body. Vats, saunas and baths in Mykulychyn are especially popular during the cold season. It is worth asking in advance about the availability of free places in them.

The most interesting places near Mykulychyn

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
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
Дорога на гору Говерла
Mount Hoverla is located within two Ukrainian regions - Transcarpathia and Ivano-Frankivsk, and it is 17 kilometers from the border
Легенда гори Близниця
The highest mountain in the Svydovets range of the Carpathians is Mount Blyznytsia, which is 1881 metres high. One of
Природний заповідник Горгани
"Gorgany" is a nature reserve in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It is located in the southwestern part of the Ivano-Frankivsk region,
Женецький Гук
Zhenetskii Huk (Zhenetski Vodospad) is a waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians, on the Zhenets stream (a left tributary of the
Музей звичаєвої символіки Гуцульщини
This museum is the most popular in Mykulychyn. Its visit is included in most excursion routes around the village. The
Chornogora is the highest mountain massif of the Ukrainian Carpathians, it includes the town of Hoverla, the highest point in
Озеро Несамовите
Lake Nesamovyte, located on the slope of Mount Turkul, attracts the attention of tourists on the northeastern slopes of the

The best accommodation options in Mykulychyn

The village of Mykulychyn has many different options for accommodation for tourists and holidaymakers with different financial capabilities. Among the offers housing in Mykulychyn There are many good hotels, comfortable cottages, guest houses and cosy private manors.

Hotels in Mykulychyn

Those who want to relax with maximum comfort choose sanatoriums and hotels in Mykulychyn and its surroundings. The price for accommodation in these hotels directly depends on the range of services and the level of comfort. Prices for accommodation start from 700 UAH per night for a double room.

готель «Срібні Роси»
with. Mykulychyn, Laz tract 54
+380 ....
from 1000 ₴/day
Готель «Гірська соната»
Mykulychyn, str. Hrushevsky, 188 B
+380 ....
from 1698 ₴/day

Private manors and cottages of Mykulychyn

A good option for accommodation in Mykulychyn has cottages and guest houses. Here you can find affordable prices and negotiate discounts. Prices for accommodation in cottages and guest houses in Mykulychyn start from 500 UAH per night for a double room.

The most economical way to spend your holidays in Mykulychyn has a private sector. In addition to saving money on rent, you can also save a lot on food, as most of the private sector offers have their own kitchens with the ability to prepare their own meals. Prices for accommodation in the private sector of Mykulychyn start from 250 UAH per night.

Садиба «У Тарнавських» (Микуличин)
10, 1 Travnya St., Mykulychyn
+380 ....
from 2000₴/day
«Микулин Хутірець»
Horba plot, 163A, p. Mykulychyn
+380 ....
from 500 ₴/day

Where to eat?

Mykulychyn has many interesting restaurants where you can eat to your heart’s content. Among them, it is worth paying attention to such establishments as the Klen restaurant, the Gostynna Hata kolyba, the Leopold restaurant, the Zori Karpat restaurant and the Pizza Rotate pizzeria. These establishments are considered to be the most popular in Mykulychyn. They offer delicious Hutsul, Ukrainian and European cuisine.

Every year, the network of food outlets in Mykulychyn is expanding, and the existing establishments are improving their work, taking into account the wishes of customers

ресторан при готелі «Міленіум»
St. Hrushevsky, 140 G, c. Mykulychyn
+380 ....
Рес­то­ран «Пивниця»
St. Hrushevsky, 68b, c. Mykulychyn
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Tours and excursions

Екстремальний джип-тур “Повний круг”
3 hours
From 4500 ₴
Джип-тур (лайт маршрут) “Еко”
2 hours
From 2500 ₴
Джип-тур “Стеришора”
3 hours
From 3500 ₴
Джип-тур “Русанівка”
3 hours
From 3000 ₴

How to get to Mykulychyn?

Mykulychyn is surprisingly well located from a geographical point of view. It offers convenient access to such popular resorts as Verkhovyna, Tatariv, Bukovel and Yaremche, which are located nearby.

The closest airports to Mykulychyn are in Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk, but they are currently temporarily closed due to Russian aggression.

A large number of tourists and holidaymakers travel to Mykulychyn by rail. Trains from such cities as Lviv, Kyiv, Kremenchuk, Rakhiv and Vorokhta arrive at the local railway station every day.

Another popular way to get to Mykulychyn is by bus and minibus. Buses from Verkhovyna, Ivano-Frankivsk, Rakhiv, Kolomyia, Dovhopol, Nadvirna, Bukovel, Yaremche, Solotvyno, Tyachiv, Kharkiv, Khust, Mukachevo, Yasinya, Kamianets-Podilskyi and Uzhhorod regularly arrive at the local bus station. At the same time, buses and minibuses to Vorokhta and Verkhovyna via Mykulychyn depart from Ivano-Frankivsk every 30 minutes daily.

If you are travelling by car, you should choose a route from Kyiv through such cities as Zhytomyr, Ternopil, Buchach, Ivano-Frankivsk and Yaremche. This journey takes an average of 6-8 hours.

In addition to your own car, Mykulychyn can be easily reached by a fast and comfortable transfer from Ivano-Frankivsk and other surrounding settlements.

🧡 Whichever means of transport you choose, the road to the village of Mykulychyn is extremely picturesque and scenic, which in itself brings peace and tranquillity to the hearts of holidaymakers and tourists.

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