It is unlikely that there are tourists who do not like bus tours of Uzhgorod and its environs. They will satisfy even the meticulous aesthetic demands of the most experienced travelers. The city center will not leave indifferent neither children nor adults. But even going beyond it, you should not think that all the most interesting things are left behind. This is why transport is designed to cover the maximum number of the most interesting locations, which are so generous in Transcarpathia.
Those who choose this type of recreation will also be offered excellently brewed coffee of the best varieties, the opportunity to explore the unique Goryan rotunda, get acquainted with the stunning mini-sculptures, bathing in thermal springs and lunch at the museum-tavern.
Uzhhorod is located at the junction of 4 borders and borders with countries: Slovakia (literally a couple of kilometers), Poland, Hungary and Romania. They can communicate with you in different languages, both Russian and Ukrainian, as well as in Hungarian and other languages, this is not a problem for locals.
What should be a holiday in Uzhgorod, it is very individual for everyone and depends on the season. For starters, it makes sense to try coffee, here it is really delicious.
Stroll through the center, look for mini sculptures, they are all just concentrated in interesting places in the city. And in the spring, be sure to come when the sakura blossoms in Uzhgorod, it's about mid-April, it's a very beautiful sight!
Acquaintance with Uzhgorod will be incomplete without visiting the famous Goryanska rotunda, which is one of the oldest monuments of sacred architecture in Ukraine. Believers have been coming here to pray for almost 1,000 years.
There is an architectural monument at a distance of four kilometers east of the central part of Uzhgorod, on the rocky ledge of Antalovetskaya Polyana, which is part of the Vygorlat-Gutyn ridge. From here there is a wonderful view. It is from the Goryanska rotunda that the City Day has been celebrated in recent years.