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Tour to the Carpathians “Transcarpathia – Silver Land”

Uzhgorod, Transcarpathian region, Ukraine
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7 days / 6 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

30 people


English, Ukrainian


A unique non-stop tour to Transcarpathia. What makes it unique: any number of people can join on any date for any number of days. You can adjust the tour programme yourself – it depends on the day of the week. If you choose Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, you will have a wonderful spa tour with swimming in the thermal pools of Kosyno and Velyatino + bathing in vats.

If you want to come for more than 7 days, we will offer an alternative tour programme to Transcarpathia – a land close to the sky.

Tour to Transcarpathia – Silver Land – all the pearls of Transcarpathia in one tour. You will find beech forests and mountains, meadows, waterfalls, unspoilt nature, medieval castles, magnificent palaces, ancient wooden churches, interesting museums, Transcarpathian cuisine, aromatic wine, mineral springs and many other highlights of Transcarpathia.

Tour programme

Day 1 (Monday)

– 9:00 a.m Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Departure from Uzhgorod.
– A countryside excursion to Lumshory: a bath in vats.
– Excursion to Nevytsky Castle. According to legend, young brides of noble families were buried there, away from public view. It is believed that the castle was built before the appearance of the Hungarians in Transcarpathia around the eighth century. The stronghold has undergone four major reconstructions, and the main architectural ensemble was formed in the middle of the fifteenth century. Around this time, a moat appeared around the castle, which was constantly filled with running water. This is a unique hydraulic engineering structure of the Middle Ages, because at that time it was a great achievement to supply water to a moat at a height. Only two such systems have been found in Central Europe, and they were built much later. In 1644, during the religious wars, the fortress was destroyed by the Transylvanian governor György II Rákóczi. Since then, only the mysterious ruins remind us of the former greatness of the impregnable fortress.
– The ancient mountain village of Lumshory: bathing in vats (extra charge – from 100 UAH / person)
– A short walk to the beautiful Solovey and Partizan waterfalls (Davir), and, most importantly, bathing in vats on an open fire with hydrogen sulphide water on the banks of a mountain river. It is 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 about 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 (5-6 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 +45°C), jump out! A few steps away is an icy mountain stream, you jump in with your head and back into the vat. Both in summer and winter, the procedure takes place in the open air.
– Lunch-tasting of Transcarpathian cuisine: 16 dishes + plum cake from local grandfather Mykhailo (surcharge – 250 UAH / person)
– 5:00 p.m – Estimated time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Day 2 (Tuesday)

– 09:00 a.m – Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Departure from Uzhgorod.
– Bus tour to the Kosyno thermal springs.
– Moving to Beregovo.
– A walk in the centre of Beregovo. The border town of Berehove is considered the most “Hungarian” in Ukraine and is also the capital of Transcarpathian winemaking. Walking tour, exploring Hungarian culture, historical and architectural monuments. You will see the 12th-century Roman Catholic church, destroyed by the Tatars in 1241, rebuilt in 1370, restored in 1846; the huge palace of the Komitat court (1908-1909, architect Ferenc Jablonsky), now the Transcarpathian Hungarian Pedagogical Institute; the beautiful Count’s Palace (1629) of the Transylvanian magnate Gabor Betlen; the Reformed Church (1552); the building of the Lion’s Court Hotel (XVII century); the Golden Peacock Casino and Restaurant (early XX century); the ancient bridge over the Verke River.
– Moving to Kosyno.
– visit to the thermal pools + royal sauna complex (bathing is an additional fee – 500 UAH/person/3 hours).
– An interesting tour and wine tasting in the wine cellars (tasting is an additional fee of 150 UAH/person).
– 6:00 p.m – Approximate time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Day 3 (Wednesday)

– 08:00 a.m – Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Departure from Uzhgorod.
– Bus tour “Highlights of Khust region”.
– Transfer to the village of Velyatino. Thermal pools and baths of the “Tepli Vody” health resort (bathing is an additional fee – 230 UAH/person/2 hours) are located near Khust. The therapeutic thermal, boric and boric-chloride mineral water (+30-58 degrees) used in the health resort is extracted from a 100 m deep well and is characterised by a high iodine content. The thermal pool is equipped for year-round bathing. After such a bath, excellent health is maintained for a long time.
– Excursion to the cheese factory in Baranovo (cheese tasting – 170 UAH/person). Here, some of the best organic cheeses in Ukraine are made using ancient technology. Tourists will have a guided tour where they can learn all about cheese, as well as taste and buy different varieties of eco-cheese.
– Transfer to the village of Iza, where you can see and buy unique willow wicker products from craftsmen.
– An excursion to a unique farm near the village of Iza, where spotted deer have taken root. These wonderful animals are so used to people that they eat from hands and willingly take pictures with tourists (40 UAH/person).
– 7:30 p.m – Approximate time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Day 4 (Thursday)

– 9:00 a.m Meeting with the guide at the hotel.
– Departure from Uzhgorod.
– Excursion to Voevodyno “Schönborn Park, Horses and Trout”.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle, forget about work and all your affairs, feel the childlike carefree spirit that gives you true joy and enthusiasm for life. The Voevodyno tract is exactly the place where you can truly immerse yourself in the unique nature of the Carpathians, as well as feel like real Austrian aristocrats and enjoy the touches of caring human hands to nature – Schönborn Park. It was recently restored after many years of neglect.
– Excursion around the park. Getting acquainted with the history of Transcarpathia in different historical periods.
– Free time – a walk around the beautiful Lake Tur.
– Next, you will go fishing for river trout.
While you stroll along the fish ponds, the fish you catch will be deliciously cooked in the Hungry Trout restaurant. Lunch (approx. 350 UAH).
– Excursion to the stables. Horse riding in the arena or a walk in the woods.
– 5:00 p.m – Estimated time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Day 5 (Friday)

– 10:00 a.m – meeting with the guide at the hotel.
– A walking tour of the “Castle on the Uzh”. Uzhgorod is one of the smallest regional centres in Ukraine in terms of area and population. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to travel back in time. In the old part of the city, buildings from the late XIX – early XX century of the Austro-Hungarian period have been preserved. You will see the “Czech district” (20-30s). And on the left side of the Uzh river is the “Soviet” and modern Uzhgorod. The main decorations of the city are the longest linden alley in Europe and an alley planted with sakura, a Japanese cherry tree.
– Excursion to Uzhgorod Castle (extra charge – 100 UAH/person) One of the oldest buildings in the city, long belonged to the Italian Druget dynasty. Today it houses a local history museum and exhibition halls, which you will be able to see during the tour.
– Optional: Excursion to the Transcarpathian Museum of Folk Architecture and Life (surcharge – 100 UAH/person). The museum is located on the slope of the Castle Hill. It was created as a skansen, that is, an open-air museum. During the tour, you will get acquainted with the life and traditions of the Transcarpathian population, see original houses from different parts of our region. The most valuable exhibit of the museum is a wooden church built in 1777 without a single nail.
– Free time in the city.
Optional visit:
– the tavern-museum of Transcarpathian humour “Detsa u notarya” (entrance fee: 5 UAH/person).
– Chardonnay wine tasting room (tasting fee: 150 UAH/person).

Day 6 (Saturday)

– 08:00 a.m – Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Departure from Uzhgorod.
– Countryside excursion to Lake Synevyr “Pearls of Mizhhirya”.
– Transfer to Pylypets (Mizhhirya district) to the picturesque waterfall “Shipit” (entrance fee: 30 UAH/person).
Along the way, tourists will see a beautiful mountain panorama, learn ancient legends and stories of the mysterious Carpathians.
– Rise by chairlift (additional fee 200 UAH/person) to the alpine meadows of Borzhava to Mount Gimba, which offers amazing panoramic views of the Carpathians. The height of the mountain is 1300 m above sea level, the length of the road is 1600 metres, and the ascent time is 15 minutes.
– Excursion to the Mizhhirya National Reserve to the high-mountainous Synevyr Lake (entrance fee: 40 UAH/person). Synevyr Lake is popularly called the Sea Eye. And, indeed, if you climb the nearest mountain Ozerna (1296m), then from its height Synevyr seems to be a huge blue eye with a pupil-island in the middle framed by dense spruce-willows. Here you can enjoy a walk and buy interesting souvenirs.
– Excursion to the rehabilitation centre for bears (entrance fee: 40 UAH/person). It was built in the middle of the Carpathian Mountains in Mizhhiria district. Its area is 14 hectares. The shelter is designed for thirty bears. Each bear has a personal den, which is no different from a natural one. The dens are dug in the ground and covered with moss and roots. There are several artificial lakes on the territory of the centre where bears swim. To prevent the animals from leaving the shelter, they are guarded by an electronic shepherd: a fence through which a weak current passes.
– 10:00 p.m – Approximate time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Day 7 (Sunday)

– 09:00 a.m – Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Departure from Uzhgorod.
– A countryside excursion to Mukachevo and the castles of Transcarpathia.
– Along the way, a brief introduction to the mysterious history of the destroyed stronghold – the Templar Castle.
– Excursion to the Mukachevo castle “Palanok” (100 UAH/person). During the tour, you will see the restored medieval fortification architecture, ancient courtyards and galleries with exhibitions of contemporary sculpture. The castle is located on a 68 m high mountain of volcanic origin. The exact date of the castle’s foundation is unknown, but it is already mentioned in documents dating back to the XI century.
– Walking tour of the city “The City on the Latorytsia” – a city with a thousand-year history, which emerged at the intersection of important trade routes. During the tour you will walk along the narrow medieval streets of the city, see numerous monuments of architecture and history of the city.
– Excursion to the Karpaty sanatorium, a former Schönborn hunting castle (40 UAH/person): The castle was built in a romantic style with Gothic motifs by Count Buheim Schönborn in 1890-1895. The castle is also original in that it has 365 windows (number of days in a year), 52 chimneys (number of weeks in a year) and 12 entrances (12 months).
– Departure on an excursion to St. Miklos (Chynadiyevo village), visit to the “Castle of Love” (40 UAH/person).
The castle was built in the XV century by Baron P. Pereni. After that it was owned by the Rakoczy and Schönborn families.
Since 2002, the Bartosz family of artists, who rented the castle, has been trying to breathe life into it and resurrect it with their own resources: the 17th-century furniture and stained-glass windows have been restored, enthusiasts are carrying out restoration work, and a museum exhibition and art gallery have been opened. Art exhibitions are held in several restored rooms, artists periodically gather for plein airs, live music concerts are held, and the castle is already operating as an arts centre.
– 5:00 p.m – Approximate time of arrival in Uzhgorod.

Please note that on New Year’s holidays (from 20.12 to 15.01) the cost of the tour increases by 20%!


  • 2 days / 1 night - 2225 UAH/person
  • 3 days / 2 nights - 3645 UAH/person
  • 4 days / 3 nights - 5120 UAH/person
  • 5 days / 4 nights - 6745 UAH/person
  • 6 days / 5 nights - 8165 UAH/person
  • 7 days / 6 nights - 9185 UAH/person













  • Transport service according to the tour programme
  • Hotel accommodation in 2-bed rooms
  • Breakfasts
  • Transfer to the locations indicated in the tour programme
  • Guide services
  • Excursion service
  • Entrance tickets to castles, museums, cheese dairies, farms
  • Wine and cheese tastings
  • Bathing in vats
  • Swimming in thermal pools
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