Welcome to Kolomyya

Spruced up in the early noughties, the town has a whiff of central European in places, with streets of faded fin-de-siècle architecture. This, plus two very worthwhile museums, including the famous Pysanky Museum housed in a monster Easter egg, make Kolomyya a worthwhile halt on any tour of the west.

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A Journey To Hutsuls, Ukrainians Who Live On The Wild Side

Day 1 • Lviv: arriving, transfer from the airport to the hotel according to the arrival, check-in • Historical Center of Lviv, listed on the UNESCO world heritage list: medieval Armenian, Ukrainian and Jewish quarters of Lviv’s Old Town Day 2 • Breakfast • Around the historical center of Lviv (optional): St.George’s Cathedral (the metropolitan cathedral of the Greek-Catholic Church), High Castle viewpoint, Lychakiv cemetery (the necropolis of the XVIII-XX centuries) Day 3 • Breakfast and check-out • Rohatyn: Holy Spirit Church • Yaremche: walk through the Dovbush trail • Lunch • Walk to the Probiy waterfall and Hutsulschyna restaurant, an example of hutsul architecture • Visit to an ancient wooden church in Vorokhta • Dinner and overnight stop in Verkhovyna Day 4 • Breakfast and check-out • Visit to the archaic hutsul dwelling and the ancient wooden church in Kryvorivnya • Visit to the high-mountain sheep farm • Lunch in the mountains: classical Hutsul banosh (corn flour porridge with sheep cheese, cooked on fire) • Visits to masters in wool blankets weaving, traditional Hutsul craft • Dinner and overnight stop in Kosiv • Optional: sauna Day 5 • Breakfast and check-out • Visits to potters, the makers of traditional Kosiv hand-made ceramics • Lunch • Museum of Hutsul everyday life and traditions and Museum of Painted Easter Eggs in Kolomyya • Return to Lviv: check-in Day 6 • Breakfast and check-out • Optionally: excursion, cheese & wine tasting session • Transfer to the airport (according to the departure time) Vorokhta is a high-mountain resort (850 m asl) and a famous center for both winter and summer sports. Vorokhta Viaducts are archwall railway bridges built in the XIX century when these territories were a part of Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The Church of The Nativity of the Virgin is one of the oldest temples in the region. It is a perfect exemplar of the archaic Hutsul wooden architecture.  Kryvorivnya is a small village in the Black Cheremosh river valley. In the XIX century, the village had a fame of the Ukrainian Athens, being a favourite summer destination for the UKrainian intellectual elites.  Kosiv is a small town known as a center of traditional Hutsul crafts, such as widely-known Kosiv ceramics, wood carving and sheep wool blankets weaving. The town grew in the Middle Ages as a place of the salt mining and trade.  Yavoriv is a most famous village of blanket weavers in Ukraine. In 1967, Yavoriv blankets were a Prize-winning entry at the World Exhibition in Montreal.