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SPA tour to Transcarpathia: vats and thermal waters

Lumshory, Transcarpathian region, Ukraine
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2 days / 1 night

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

30 people


English, Ukrainian


Spa tour to Transcarpathia: vats and thermal waters takes place every Monday-Tuesday all year round!

It’s not a tour, it’s a pleasure :)) bathing in vats of hydrogen sulphide water on an open fire and thermal springs, delicious Transcarpathian and Hungarian cuisine, aromatic Transcarpathian wine and Carpathian eco-products. In addition, fascinating excursions to Uzhhorod, Beregovo, and Nevytsky Castle await you.

Tour schedule

Day 1

09:00 a.m – Meeting of tourists at the railway station in Uzhhorod with a representative of the tour operator.
– Departure for an excursion (things in the bus).
– Transfer to the ancient mountain village of Lumshory.
– A short walk to the small but very picturesque Solovey and Davir waterfalls.
– Bathing in vats of hydrogen sulphide water on an open fire on the banks of a mountain river. A fantastic pleasure that Peter the Great’s ambassadors wrote about when they were crossing the Carpathians. A huge cast-iron vat with a capacity of approximately 2000 litres stands in the middle of a roofless wooden hut. It is filled with mineral water and heated with wood over an open fire. There are several stones in the vat. You get inside (6-8 people), and the hospitable host puts wood on the fire and cooks you over low heat. As soon as you feel your blood start to boil (although the water is actually heated to no more than +43°C), jump out! A few steps away is an icy mountain stream, dive headlong and back into the vat. Both in summer and winter, the procedure takes place in the open air. This is a pleasant, exciting and very useful procedure!
– Lunch-tasting in the ethno-restaurant “Pidkova” (additional fee 220 UAH/person).
– Nevytsky Castle – history and legends.
– Transfer to Uzhhorod. Check in to the hotel.
7:30 p.m. – Evening tour of Uzhhorod.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out from the rooms.
– Visit to thermal springs (bathing for an additional fee).
– Lunch. Delicious Hungarian cuisine.
– Moving to Beregovo.
– A walk around the city centre. Walking tour, acquaintance with Hungarian culture, historical and architectural attractions:

  • Roman Catholic church of the XII century, destroyed by the Tatars in 1241, rebuilt in 1370, restored in 1846;
  • the huge palace of the Komitat Court (1908-1909, architect Ferenc Yablonsky), now the Transcarpathian Hungarian Pedagogical Institute;
  • the beautiful Count’s Palace (1629) by Transylvanian magnate Gábor Betlen;
  • Reformed Church (1552);
  • building of the Levinyi dvir hotel (XVII століття);
  • Zolotyi Pavych casino and restaurant (early twentieth century);
  • An ancient bridge over the Werke River.

– An interesting excursion to the old cellar with wine tasting (paid).
6:00 p.m. – Transfer to the Mukachevo railway station.

Additional information

The tour takes place every Monday-Tuesday all year round!

The recommended time of arrival in Uzhhorod is before 9:00 a.m.

The company reserves the right to change the programme without changing the scope of services provided. The time and place of gathering tourists for excursions can be adjusted, please check before arrival.


  • information sheet for the tour (issued 3-5 days before arrival);
  • a passport, and a birth certificate for children;
  • insurance.


  • SPA tour to Transcarpathia - relaxation for body and soul!




The ancient mountain village of Lumshory has been known for its recreational features since the 17th century. In Lumshory, you can take a short walk to the beautiful Solovey and Davir waterfalls, as well as bathe in hydrogen sulphide vats on an open fire on the banks of a mountain river. A few steps away is an icy mountain stream, where you can dive into after a dip in a hot vat. In summer and winter, the procedure takes place in the open air.


The village of Nevytske is notable for its Nevytsky Castle. Before it, there was an ancient citadel here that was destroyed during the Tatar-Mongol invasion. The new fortress was built in the 13th century on top of a hill overlooking the valley of the Uzh River. In 1644, the castle was captured and destroyed by the Transylvanian voivode György Rakoczy. Nowadays, the ruins of the building are preserved by historians and are available for viewing.



Beregovo is an ancient city located near the Hungarian border and is considered the centre of Hungarian culture and the capital of Transcarpathian winemaking. You will have a walk in the centre of Beregovo, get acquainted with Hungarian culture, historical and architectural monuments.

After a short excursion, you will enjoy a swim in the unique thermal pools. The water comes here from a well 1100 metres deep. There are similar thermal springs only in New Zealand, Sakhalin, and Iceland. Its temperature remains at approximately the same level - 39 degrees Celsius. Underground, the springs are very hot (50-52°C), but on the way up, the water cools down a little. You can swim here in the open air even in severe frosts.



  • Transport service according to the tour programme
  • Accommodation at the hotel
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Accompaniment of a guide according to the tour programme
  • Entrance tickets to castles and museums - 100 UAH/person.
  • Bathing in thermal pools - 500 UAH/person for 3 hours in Kosyno
  • Bathing in vats - from 120 UAH/person.
  • Wine tasting - 120 UAH/person.
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