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What could be better than a pleasant and remarkable ride on a comfortable bike? Just a stunning bike tour of the ancient city with a majestic, international and unsurpassed charm – Uzhgorod! A bicycle tour of Uzhhorod on bicycles will give exceptionally bright and unforgettable impressions, a great mood and a lot of positive. Interesting sights of the old millennial city with its unique architectural heritage, charming mini-sculptures, great themed “Transcarpathian bears”, amazing stories and legends, cozy cafes and delicious almond cakes from the best confectioner of Ukraine are waiting for you!
During the cycling tour you will have a great opportunity to visit the famous colorful tavern-museum, where the most original Transcarpathian exhibits are collected and treated with spicy original dishes of Transcarpathian cuisine. Each of our esteemed cyclists will receive as a gift an interesting souvenir and a detailed map of the city.
A bicycle tour of Uzhhorod on bicycles is not just an option for exciting active recreation, but also a great way to see the city in all its beauty, ease and sophistication, with all its unique and interesting attractions. An ancient millennial Ungwar bike ride is ideal for those who want to see as many sights as possible, learn as much as possible about the city in a short period of time, as well as for those who follow the principles of environmental protection and for those who like fast active movement and dynamics in everything.
– Elegant and unsurpassed Czech region. Magical mini-sculptures and a monument to the first president of Carpathian Russia.
– A bike ride along the romantic lime alley, which is the longest and most beautiful in Europe.
– The heart of ancient Ungvar is the Theater Square, to which all the roads of the city lead.
– Pit stop. Tasting of coffee in a traditional Uzhgorod cafe and macaroons (French almond cakes) from Valentin Stefanio, the best confectioner in Ukraine.
– The majestic Cathedral, the Hasidic Synagogue and a cozy observation deck in a small park;
– The legendary Uzhhorod Castle and the local lore open-air museum “Old Village”: all of Transcarpathia in one museum!
– Sunny old Corso with its wonderful atmosphere, small courtyards and various cafés.
– Visits to the museum-inn “Children at the Notary”: delicious international dishes of Transcarpathian cuisine, unique Transcarpathian souvenirs and exhibits.
Uzhhorod is an exceptionally attractive intertwining and center of various European cultures. Here coexist the brightest aromas and tastes, national traditions and religious denominations. Here you can discover the unique charm of ancient architecture and touching mini-monuments. Then, thanks to the diversity of culture and the proximity of other countries, before going on a trip you can visit the cozy cafes and restaurants, where it is recommended to enjoy delicious food and delicious coffee.
Independence Embankment, located on the right bank of the river Uzh, is the most beautiful in the city. Along it stretches one of the longest lime alleys in Europe with a length of 2.2 km. More than 300 trees were planted in 1928 by Czech botanists.
The embankment is crossed by five small squares. On one of them stands a monument to the President of Carpathian Ukraine Augustyn Voloshin. On the east side, the Independence Embankment rests on E. Fentsyk Square (formerly Teatralna), where you can see a monument to the local artist I. Roshkovych, after whom the Embankment had its first name, and one of the oldest ash trees in Ukraine - Masaryk ash. The tree is named after the first president of the Czechoslovak Republic, a prominent scientist and politician Tomas Masaryk, during whose reign (1918-1937) Uzhhorod was put in order and built up.
Today the square remains one of the most charming highlights of the city. Surrounded by historic buildings, it is also the center of modern life in Uzhgorod. Interesting events and emotions regularly take place here. There is a big stage on the square, from which music, singing or just children's laughter are constantly heard. Next to the stage is a monument to Roshkovich, near which you can usually see a crowd of tourists rushing to take a souvenir photo.
The architectural style of Corso Street was formed in the late 19th - early 20th centuries, when the city was part of Austria-Hungary and Czechoslovakia. But it is not only the architectural originality that attracts guests and Uzhgorod residents: almost every house built on Corso Street has its own interesting history or legend. In recent years, new monuments and original sculptures have appeared on the "streets for walks", which in their own way express her face and make it unique.
The oldest street in Uzhhorod was once called Zamkova Street. It was the only street located within the outer fortifications of the castle. In the early 19th century. the name Kapitulna gradually became attached to the street.