Where to take a break from curfews in Ukraine?
How long has it been since you've been to a 24-hour supermarket or walked around the city at night? Find out how and where you can take a break from the curfew and remember the almost pre-war life without leaving Ukraine
Curfews in almost all regions of Ukraine have been in place for more than a year and a half, forcing people to adjust their lives to the "permitted hours." However, the Transcarpathia region is the only region of Ukraine where no time restrictions have been imposed since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, and therefore no restrictions on people's presence on the streets and in public places.
This is mainly due to the geographical location of the region. Read more about how and why Transcarpathia lives without a curfew here.
So, for those whose soul needs spontaneous evening walks under the starry sky, we offer a selection of places where you can take a break from the "commando" and return to almost pre-war life for a while.
Holidays in Transcarpathia without curfew: where to go?
Holidays in Transcarpathia can be different, because the diversity of this region of Ukraine will fascinate even the most avid tourists. But if you need a short vacation that will restore your strength and allow you to take a break from your daily routine, we suggest buying tickets to Uzhhorod and booking an evening walking tour of the city, which will remind you of the romance of evening walks and allow you to calm your anxious thoughts for at least one evening.
A SPA tour to the thermal pools of Berehove or an individual tour of Uzhhorod and the surrounding area, which includes swimming in the thermal pools at the Zolota Hora Ranch, are good options for those who want to restore maximum strength and energy in a short time. It is worth noting that the composition of the water in these thermal pools is very similar to that offered by the best thermal resorts in France, Germany, and the Czech Republic, and therefore you are guaranteed not only moral but also physical recovery.
For those who can't imagine a real vacation in the city, the best option would be to go hiking or walking in the woods. However, if you are not a fan of outdoor activities, or want to combine business with pleasure, we recommend that you explore the amazing castles of Transcarpathia or the secrets of the Uzhan Valley.
And for those who want to go on an individual trip, but do not have time to plan the route and organize all the nuances related to transportation, accommodation, food and insurance, we can help you plan and implement such a trip. To organize a special vacation that will fully meet your wishes, preferences, and needs, please contact Visit Ukraine's managers on the hotline (from 08:00 to 02:00 Kyiv time).
And remember that it is very important to restore your own moral and physical resources, especially during the war. And, according to many years of experience and expert opinion, short trips are one of the best ways to express recovery.
We remind you! The majesty and beauty of the Ukrainian Carpathians attracts thousands of tourists, not only from Ukraine, in any season. However, each season makes this region special in its own way. Read our previous article to find out which locations and places in the Carpathians are worth visiting at the junction of fall and winter to recover and relax.
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