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Yasinya

The village of Yasinya (Yasine in Hutsul dialect) is located in Rakhiv district of Transcarpathian region. It was founded in 1555. The population is almost 9 thousand people. The height of Yasinya is over 600 metres above sea level. Many people rent housing here because of its proximity to Dragobrat ski resort. There are also places for skiing in Yasinya, which are more suitable for beginners.

On Dragobrat snow can stay almost until summer, as the altitude is 1400 metres. There are challenging pistes for professionals. It should be borne in mind that you will have to take a mountain road from the village, the route is 12 km long. You don’t have to bring your own equipment for your holiday – you can rent it on site.

Ясіня

In Yasinia, you can relax in Hutsul vats. They are located outdoors and are heated from below. Pure spring water is used for bathing. The vats have a healing effect, improving the functioning of the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system, and making the skin more elastic.

There are hiking trails, and you can visit nearby attractions. In Yasinya itself, there is a wooden Ascension (Strukivska) Church built in 1824, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also preserved in Yasinya are the lesser-known wooden Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul of 1780, as well as the brick Church of Peter and Paul of 1814, the Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary of 1903, and the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the 1900s. Yasinya also has a nineteenth-century Jewish cemetery and the remains of the Arpad defence line.

Map of attractions in Yasinya

A brief history of the village of Yasinya

The first written mention of Yasinya dates back to 1555. At that time, the majority of the village’s population were Hutsuls, and the settlement itself belonged to the Hungarian nobleman Dragfe. From 1587 to 1944, the Hungarians themselves called the village Keremsezo, not Yasinya. In 1583, Yasinya became the property of the nobleman Karol, and in 1672 it became the property of the Bychkivska state dominion. At that time, timber development began to develop in Yasinya. For this purpose, German colonists were actively resettled here in the second half of the eighteenth century. The local ordinary Hutsul population was heavily oppressed and exploited by foreign invaders, which gave rise to an active movement of rebels – “opryshky” – in the eighteenth century. The legendary Carpathian Robin Hood, Oleksa Dovbush, stayed here twice in 1743 and 1745 with his troops. The residents of Yasinya also took an active part in the revolution of 1848-1849. Their uprising in 1849 was brutally suppressed by a punitive detachment.

Starting in 1800, Jews began to actively move to Yasinya. The first representative of the Jewish community of the village was Mr Marmarosh with his family. He was engaged in the trade of products in order to provide for the local population and immigrants from Germany who worked in logging. Until 1944, the Jewish community played a significant role in the life of the village. However, it was almost completely destroyed as a result of the Nazi genocidal policy against the Jewish population. Since then, the Jewish cemetery, the kirkut, has survived from the Jewish community of Yasinia to the present day.

In the nineteenth century, Yasinya was granted the right to have its own coat of arms and seal. The coat of arms depicted an ash tree and a sheep. Since the beginning of the XIX century, the first parochial schools appeared in Yasinya. At first, they were taught in the Church Slavonic language.

A significant impetus for the development of the village’s economy was the railway connection in 1896. First of all, the local railway was used for timber export.

In autumn 1918, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which included Yasinia, collapsed. The local residents took advantage of these events and raised an armed uprising, which resulted in the establishment of the Hutsul Republic with its capital in Yasinya on 08.01.1919. The republic’s leadership sought to reunite with all Ukrainian lands within a single Ukrainian state. However, in the summer of 1919, the Hutsul Republic was occupied by Romanian troops. After the conclusion of the Saint-Germain Peace Agreement, Yasinya, like all Transcarpathia, became part of Czechoslovakia. The next attempt at state-building was the events of 1938-1939, when first an autonomous Subcarpathian Rus was created, and on 15 March 1939, independent Carpathian Ukraine was proclaimed. However, already on 17 March 1939, Yasinya was occupied by Hungarian troops. The struggle for Ukrainian statehood continued in 1944-1953, when the OUN-UPA members provided armed resistance to the criminal Soviet regime. Since 1991, after Ukraine gained independence, Yasinya has been actively developing as a tourist centre.

The origin of the village name and its first settlers

Most researchers are inclined to believe that the name of the village comes from the ash tree. A folk legend about the foundation of Yasinya has survived to this day. According to it, the village was founded by a simple shepherd from Galicia, Ivan Struk. One autumn, he decided to drive his flock of sheep to a big fair in Transcarpathia. However, on the way they got caught in a terrible snowfall. In order not to die, he left the sheep behind and returned home. He thought that all his sheep would die and would not be able to survive the winter cold in the mountains. When he came to this place in the spring, he was very surprised to see his sheep under the crown of a huge ash tree, safe and sound and even with a litter. He immediately decided that this place was holy, cut down the ash tree, and built a chapel on its stump, which became the basis for the wooden church that has survived to this day, called Strukivska (after the shepherd). On the banks of the Black Tysa River, near the chapel, the shepherd founded a hamlet, which became the basis of the modern village of Yasinya. The hill and the Strukivska church on it are still considered sacred by the locals today.

Another version of this legend says that shepherd Struk was driving sheep from Romania, and on the site of modern Yasinya his flock was attacked by wolves. To save the sheep, the shepherd quickly fenced the flock with ash logs and fled home from the wolves. In the spring, he returned to this place and saw his entire flock safe and sound. The sheep survived the winter because they ate the bark from the ash logs. That is why the village at this place was named Yasinya.

Analysing these legends, Czech ethnographers once came to the conclusion that the first settlers of Yasinya were residents of the village of Zelenyi. According to the Transcarpathian ethnographer Mykhailo Tyvodar, the ancestors of the Yasinya Hutsuls were immigrants from Kosiv and Yaremche. Other researchers believe that the first settlers were residents of Bukovyna, who came here from the territory of the present-day Vyzhnytsia district of Chernivtsi region. The latter version is supported by place names such as Kryvorivnia, Zelenchynka, Vaskivchyk, Bukovyna, and local folklore material.

The temperature in Yasinya village now:

7.1o C   |   44.8o F

Attractions in Yasinya

Yasinya is a great place to discover authentic Hutsul architectural and cultural monuments that will help you to penetrate the freedom-loving Hutsul spirit and enjoy their beautiful masterpieces.

Струківська дерев'яна церква

You should start your sightseeing in Yasinya with the wooden Church of the Ascension, which locals call the Strukivska Church in honour of the legendary founder of the village. This masterpiece of Hutsul wooden architecture is one of the most perfect in the whole of Ukraine. In 2013, this unique church was even included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

This small church is located in a cosy place on the picturesque bank of the Black Tysa River, 3 km from the centre of Yasinya. The church has a decorative composition consisting of three crosses and an inscription with the date of construction (1824).

Some researchers believe that the Strukivka church was built much earlier. According to them, the Church of the Ascension in Yasinya was founded in the 16th century. Inside the temple, a skilfully carved iconostasis of the XIX century has been preserved. Even the atheistic Soviet authorities appreciated the beauty of the church. The church was included in the list of monuments of the Ukrainian SSR, and in 1971 the shrine was restored. Today, the church is not just an architectural monument, but also a functioning shrine. Since 1994, the church has once again belonged to the Greek Catholic community. However, as a result of a compromise, both Greek Catholics and Orthodox Christians take turns holding services there.

Next to the Church of the Ascension is an 11-metre-high wooden bell tower, which was moved here from the northern part of the village in 1895. The date of 1813 is engraved on the bell tower itself.

To get to the Church of the Ascension and the bell tower, you need to walk across a wooden suspension bridge over the Chorna Tysa River. The condition of the bridge is satisfactory, but it is characterised by a rather large amplitude of oscillations. However, this is even good, as it involuntarily makes you think about the fragility of our earthly existence.

Преображенська дерев’яна церква у Ясіні

Transfiguration wooden church

The wooden Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord is located on the outskirts of Yasinya in the cemetery between the main road and the railway near the village of Lazeshchyna. Like the Strukivska church, this masterpiece of Hutsul architecture is included in the register of architectural monuments of national importance. Historians believe that the Transfiguration Church was built back in 1780 in the village of Yablunytsia. Subsequently, in 1871, it was moved to its current location in the Plytovatyi tract, which is why the church is sometimes also called the Plytovatska church. This artistically perfect church is a cross-shaped and one-storeyed building with the altar facing south.

An equally wide porch is attached to the narthex along the axis of the church. The log cabins of the shrine are made of spruce beams. Next to the church, you can see a wooden two-tiered bell tower, which is also made of spruce beams.

In Soviet times, the church was closed and turned into a museum in the early 1960s. Later, in 1971, the church and the nearby bell tower were restored.

Services in the church resumed after Ukraine gained independence in 1991. In the early 1990s, the roof and the attic of the church were covered with tin instead of wood, but the outer walls have retained their authentic appearance and are still covered with shingles. In 2019, this church was one of the few in Transcarpathia to transfer from the UOC of the Moscow Patriarchate to the OCU.

Дерев'яна церква Жінок Мироносиць (храм Святого Архістратига Михаїла)

The wooden Church of the Myrrh-Bearing Women (Church of St Michael the Archangel)

In the village of Yasini Stebnyi, there is another example of Hutsul wooden sacred architecture – the Church of the Myrrh-Bearing Women. It was built in 1856. At that time it belonged to the Greek Catholic community and was called the Church of St Michael the Archangel. After the arrival of Soviet rule in the 1960s, this church was closed for worship. Later it was turned into a museum and restored. Services in this shrine resumed only in 1989. Today, the church belongs to the UOC of the Moscow Patriarchate and is called the Church of the Myrrh-Bearing Women. In 2016, the church underwent a significant reconstruction, which significantly changed the authentic appearance of the shrine. A wooden two-tiered bell tower is located next to the church.

Церква Різдва Пресвятої Богородиці у Ясіні

Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Another monument of sacred architecture is the stone Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In 1801, an ancient wooden church was located on this site. At that time, it was in a very poor condition. Given the impossibility of repair, the old wooden church was dismantled, and in its place in 1819 a stone church of a typical basilica form dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary was built, which has survived to this day.

Церква Покрови Пресвятої Богородиці у Ясіні

Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Another shrine in the village of Yasinya that is definitely worth a visit is the stone church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This architectural landmark was built in 1903 by the local Greek Catholic community. It was on the site of this stone church that the wooden Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit was built back in 1642. However, as a result of a fire in 1896, the 250-year-old church burned down completely.

The Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin is a basilica with one tower above the entrance. On the facade of the church you can see a clock, but it is not a real one, it is painted.

This aesthetic solution was typical for church communities that did not have enough money to buy a real clockwork. The building of the church is very similar to the local church of Saints Peter and Paul, which is located nearby, on the other side of the main street.

The differences are the more elongated shape of the Church of the Intercession and the continuous paintings on the vault of its nave.

In 1909, a large cross of Sobriety was erected in front of the church entrance, which has survived to this day.

The Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary is still active. It currently belongs to the UOC-MP.

Костел святих апостолів Петра і Павла у Ясіні

Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul

At the end of the tour of the churches in Yasinya, you should definitely visit the Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul. The Roman Catholic parish in Yasinya was founded back in 1785 by woodcutters from Lower Austria. At first, they had only a temporary church. They built the present-day large church of Saints Peter and Paul in 1814 at the expense of the royal treasury. The tower of the church is decorated with a real clock and crowned with a complex dome. The interior of the church is furnished with wooden benches, small paintings on the ceiling, and several wooden figures of saints under the walls. In addition, the church has an organ.

The eclectic-style church is located in the heart of the village. It takes only 20 minutes to walk from here to the Strukivska church.

Today, the church is active and belongs to the Catholic community of the village, which is mostly made up of local Hungarians. The chapel of St John of Nepomuk was built next to the church in 1994. When planning a photo session near the church, it is worth taking it from a large open courtyard, as the facade of the shrine is blocked from the road by several large trees.

Краєзнавчий музей в Ясіні

Address: Yasinya, 21 Hrushevskoho Street.

Working hours:

  • from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m;
  • Saturday: day off;
  • Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

For more information about the conditions of visiting this museum, please call ☎ +38 (067) 305-60-24

When visiting any locality, you should start by visiting the local museum. It is in the museum that you can learn more about local history and traditions.

In this respect, Yasinya is no exception. The local history and local lore museum, which is located in the north-eastern part of the village near the Lazeshchyna River, opened its doors to visitors back in 1966. In the two-storey building of the museum, you can get acquainted with the unique monuments of material culture and everyday life of the local population.

Старовинний єврейський цвинтар у Ясіні

Ancient Jewish cemetery

The village of Yasinya was once home to a large Jewish community. In 1944, it was almost entirely destroyed in German concentration camps. In memory of the Jews of Yasinya, a large cemetery remained in the village, which was founded in the nineteenth century. The area of the Jewish cemetery or kirkut in Yasinya is 0.5 hectares.

Several hundred stone matzevah gravestones have been preserved here. On some of them you can read the names of the deceased, the date of death according to the Jewish calendar, as well as cipher-like inscriptions that tell about the occupation and righteous deeds of the deceased.

The tombstones are decorated with engravings of floral ornaments, flowers, six-pointed stars, religious symbols, five-candlepins, and images of birds and animals. No two matzevot are alike. According to Jewish traditions and rituals, burials are not moved and are considered inviolable.

The Yasinia kirkut is located in the northern part of the village, only 500 metres from the bus station. To get there, you have to climb a high hill on a dirt road. The cemetery itself is fenced with a wooden fence and you will have to look for the gate. When visiting the Jewish cemetery in Yasinia, you should be careful, as in summer there may be ticks and snakes in the thick grass.

Скульптури в селищі Ясіня

Sculptures in the village of Yasinya

The village of Yasinya is home to several different sculptures, which can be divided into two parts. The first part includes monuments of the Soviet era. They include a memorial stele to the hero of the Soviet Union Rasul Isetov, a monument to Oleksa Borkaniuk erected in 1954 (sculptor Ivan Kushnir) and a monument to an unknown soldier. The second part includes sculptures from the period of Ukraine’s independence. Among them, it is worth visiting the monument to Stepan Klochurak and the Ukrainian People’s Council in Yasinia, unveiled in 2011 (sculptor: Mykhailo Belen), the monument to the Klympush brothers, erected in 1997 (sculptor: Mykhailo Belen, unveiled in 1997), the memorial cross to UPA soldier Bohdan Kuvik, and the monument to the Heavenly Hundred.

Залишки лінії Арпада в Ясіні

Remains of the Arpad line in Yasinya

One of the most powerful fortification lines of the World War II period ran through the Carpathians and went down in history as the “Arpad Line” in the part of the Hungarian tribal leader. It is worth noting that the village of Yasinya was home to the most fortified sections of the entire Arpad Line, which were called the Kereshmezh defensive node. This area was fortified with 19 strongholds connected in a single line. Each stronghold consisted of 2-3 firing points, reinforced concrete and wooden and earth shelters, and covered trenches. The strongholds were adapted for circular defence and had artillery positions and command posts.

However, the Soviet army bypassed this defensive junction on 28 September 1944 through the Svydovets Ridge and attacked the Hungarian forcesv from the rear. Eventually, the Hungarians suffered heavy losses and retreated.

Today, the powerful fortifications of the past are represented by the remains of anti-tank ditches, stone barriers, pillboxes, trenches, small bunkers and shelters. In total, there are about 50 rock pillboxes and other objects in the vicinity of the village.

The most interesting places near Yasinya

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
Чани Драгобрат
The Dragobrat ski resort is an incredibly popular holiday destination in Ukraine, with excellent natural conditions for skiing as its
Чани на Драгобраті (Ясіня)
The vats in the village of Yasinya are a great choice for relaxation. This is useful for recuperating even after
Історико-краєзнавчий музей (Ясіня)
The Museum of History and Local Lore is located in the north-eastern part of the village of Yasinya near the
Струківська церква у Ясіні
The name of the Strukivska church in the village of Yasinya comes from the surname of Ivan Struk, a shepherd
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
Говерла
Mount Hoverla is located within two Ukrainian regions - Transcarpathia and Ivano-Frankivsk, and it is 17 kilometers from the border
Гора Близниця
The highest mountain in the Svydovets range of the Carpathians is Mount Blyznytsia, which is 1881 metres high. One of
Водоспад Труфанець
Trufanets (Trofanets) is a waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians. A hydrological monument of nature of local importance. It is considered
Церква «Введення до храму Пресвятої Богородиці»
The luxurious wooden temple "Introduction to the Temple of the Most Holy Theotokos" of the end of the 20th century,
Озеро Івор
Dragobratske Lake (Ivor) is a high mountain lake of glacial origin in the Ukrainian Carpathians, in the Svidovets massif. It
Озеро Апшинець
Apshynets is a hydrological natural landmark of local importance, a high mountain lake in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It is located
Озеро Герашаська (Догяска)
Gerashaska (another name is Dogyaska, Orati) is a high-altitude lake in the Ukrainian Carpathians, within the Rakhiv District of Transcarpathian
Озеро Ворожеска
Vorozheska (Vorozheske) is a high mountain lake in the Ukrainian Carpathians within the Rakhiv District of the Zakarpattia Oblast. Lake
Природний заповідник Горгани
"Gorgany" is a nature reserve in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It is located in the southwestern part of the Ivano-Frankivsk region,
Водоспад Пробій
Probiy Waterfall is a popular tourist attraction. A 20-meter-high bridge has been built over the waterfall, from which the bravest
Гірський хребет Чорногора
Chornogora is the highest mountain massif of the Ukrainian Carpathians, it includes the town of Hoverla, the highest point in

Summer rest in Yasinya

The village of Yasinya is a magnet for tourists at any time of the year. In summer, in addition to excursions to the above-mentioned attractions, there are many other opportunities for recreation in Yasinya.

First of all, in the warm season, Yasinya becomes a mecca for fans of green tourism. From Yasinya there are many hiking routes to the peaks of Svydovets and Chornohora ranges. These highest mountains of Ukraine offer incredible landscapes, and the local nature has retained its original purity. When choosing a hike from Yasinya, you can choose both options for beginners and challenging routes for experienced tourists. Routes to the highest peak of Ukraine are very popular – mount Hoverla.

If you don’t have the energy for long hikes in the mountains, you can take a walk in the nearby forest. In the warmer months, Yasinya is a great place for quiet hunting for local mushrooms and berries, which are very abundant in the surrounding forests.

Those who like a quiet rest can also enjoy fishing in the local reservoirs.

In recent years, cycling has become very popular in Yasinya. All the necessary infrastructure has been created for this purpose, and experienced cycling instructors help to ride through the mountains.

In addition to bicycles at affordable prices, you can have fun riding quad bikes or horses.

For extreme sports enthusiasts, paragliding and hang gliding are a good way to relax. This option is available in the Dragobrat resort, located not far from Yasinya.

Winter rest in the village of Yasinya

In winter, Yasinya primarily attracts skiing enthusiasts. Many of them stay in Yasinya due to low housing prices, and go skiing and snowboarding to the highest ski resort Dragobrat, located next to the village.

Yasinia has two ski slopes of its own. One of them, 400 metres long and 200 metres wide with a height difference of 70 metres, is located in the very centre of the village – on Mount Kostyrivka, and the other, 800 metres long with a height difference of 150 metres, is located 2.6 km away from Yasinya – in the Mlaki tract. Both ski slopes in Yasini are equipped with drag lifts. These trails are a good option for beginners who have only recently learnt to ski or snowboard. Unlike Dragobrat, it’s less crowded and therefore much safer to ski here. Even during the peak season, standing in line will take you no more than 10 minutes. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can also go sledding or take an extreme snowmobile ride. The ski season in Yasinya, thanks to its unique microclimate, lasts from early November to late May. The prices for using the ski lift, ski equipment rental and instructor services are moderate. The local children’s ski school is one of the best in Ukraine, and its students achieve high results.

After skiing, a visit to a sauna or bathhouse, as well as an incredible swim in the local vats, will be a great option for relaxing in Yasinya. Bathing in local vats, which are located in the open air, has a particularly good healing effect on the body, making this procedure even more effective. Bathing in a hot vat filled with medicinal herbs and inhaling clean mountain air strengthens the immune system, heals the cardiovascular system and musculoskeletal system, improves thyroid function, and makes the skin supple and elastic. Prices for vats in Yasinya compared to Bukovel and Dragobrat are moderate, and the quality of service is at the highest level.

Tours and excursions

The best accommodation options in Yasinya

In Yasinya village, there are many options for accommodation for every taste and budget. But don’t put off booking accommodation in the village. This place is a very popular location for tourists, so you should book your accommodation here in advance, especially if you are planning a trip during the Christmas and New Year period. The fact is that a significant number of holidaymakers staying in the village have chosen this place to stay in order to save money when visiting the nearby ski slopes of Dragobrat and Bukovel.

Prices for accommodation in hotels Yasinya starts at 400 UAH per day. Cheaper prices are offered in the private sector, which is widely represented by a huge number of manors in and around the village. Here you can find options from 250 UAH per day. In addition to the cheap price of accommodation, the private sector speciality is the possibility of using the kitchen in the apartment for cooking. This will significantly reduce the travel budget due to food costs.

Садиба «У Ондраша» (Ясіня)
80 Borkaniuka St., Yasinya
+380 ....
from 500₴/night
Готель «ДАН» (Драгобрат, Ясіня)
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1900₴/night
Готель «Полонина» (Драгобрат)
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 750₴/night
Готель "У Румун" (La Romani) на курорті Драгобрат
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1200₴/day
Садиба «У Степана»
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 400₴/night
Готель "Оселя Драгобрат"
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1200₴/day
Готель "Зелена дача"
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1100₴/day
Готель "Смерічка"
Dragobrat, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 910 ₴/day
Готельно-ресторанний комплекс «Адреналін»
Yasinya, Dragobrat resort
+380 ....
from 2400₴/day
Готель «Горизонт»
Dragobrat, 7, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1200₴/day
Готель «Маріка»
Dragobrat tract, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 2200₴/day
Готель «У Стозі»
Dragobrat tract, Yasinya
+380 ....
from 1200₴/day

Where to eat?

Yasinya village has many interesting cafes and restaurants where you can satisfy your hunger with incredible Hutsul cuisine. Among the most famous cafes are Geysobar and Lyon. Both establishments are distinguished by their cosy interiors and exquisite Hutsul and Transcarpathian cuisine, the most famous of which are banush, kremzlyky and meat in the Polonynska style.

Zoryanyi restaurant of Ukrainian cuisine is a great place for celebrations and corporate events in the very centre of Yasinya village. It has a huge banquet hall for 150 seats. It is possible to order live music. And the dishes of Ukrainian and European cuisine taste incredible here.

Another interesting restaurant in the village is the Scythian Hunting restaurant. This establishment is filled with the atmosphere of ancient times, and the dishes are prepared according to ancient Ukrainian recipes.

Ресторан «Скіфське полювання» у Ясіні
30 Ivan Franko Street, Yasinya
+380 ....
Ресторан «Зоряний» у Ясіні
19 Myru Street, Yasinya
+380 ....
Кафе-бар «Ліон» (Ясіня)
29 Ivan Franko Street, Yasinya
+380 ....
Кафе «Курятня»
Dragobrat resort, Black Tisza
+380 ....
Кафе «У Золтана»
Dragobrat tract, Yasinya village
+380 ....
Ресторан «Маріка»
Dragobrat tract, Yasinya village
+380 ....
Кафе-колиба «У Степана»
with. Yasinya, Transcarpathian region.
+380 ....
Кафе «Шовкова Косиця»
with. Yasinya, Transcarpathian region.
+380 ....

How to get to Yasinya?

The first place in terms of the number of tourists arriving in Yasinya is occupied by railway transport. Trains from Lviv, Odesa, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia and Kyiv regularly arrive at Yasinya station.

The next most popular way to get to Yasinya is by bus. Buses from Uzhhorod, Ivano-Frankivsk, Vinnytsia and Chernivtsi regularly arrive here. If you are travelling by car, then from Lviv you should take the road through Davydiv – Rohatyn – Burshtyn to Ivano-Frankivsk, and from there head in the direction of Nadvirna – Delyatyn – Yaremche – Tatariv. The road from Tatariv to Yasinya will take you about half an hour on the H09 motorway.

In addition, in the village of Yasinya there are a large number of carriers that provide services transfer to the nearby Dragobrat.

In any case, a trip to the Hutsul village of Yasinya will remain in your heart forever 🧡

What it costs to stay in Yasinya in 2024?
Housing in the private sector can be found for as low as UAH 250 per day, while hotel accommodation costs from UAH 400 per day.
Where to eat in Yasinya?
The village of Yasinya has many interesting cafes and restaurants where you can satisfy your hunger with incredible Hutsul cuisine. Among the most famous cafes are Geysobar and Lyon, and for celebrations, you can choose the Zoryanyi restaurant. Another very interesting restaurant is the Scythian Hunt.
How to get to Yasinya?
The first place in terms of the number of tourists arriving in Yasinya is occupied by railway transport. Trains from Lviv, Odesa, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia and Kyiv regularly arrive at Yasinia station. The next most popular way to get to Yasinya is by bus. Buses from Uzhhorod, Ivano-Frankivsk, Vinnytsia and Chernivtsi regularly arrive here. If you are travelling by car, then from Lviv you should take the road through Davydiv - Rohatyn - Burshtyn to Ivano-Frankivsk, and from there head in the direction of Nadvirna - Delyatyn - Yaremche - Tatariv. On the H09 highway, you can drive from Tatariv to Yasinya in about half an hour. In addition, there are a large number of carriers that provide transfer services both to Yasinya itself and to the nearby Dragobrat.

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