About this tour

Cheese and wine tour of Transcarpathia (individual tour)

An exciting 2-day trip to Transcarpathia for all those who want to experience the culture and nature of this unique region.

During this tour, you can expect: Carpathian Mountains, Transcarpathian castles and cities, tasting of cheeses, wines and local dishes, swimming in a pool with thermal water, getting to know the colorful culture of the local population.

The length of the route of this trip is approximately 670 km.

Possible days of the excursion are every day (as part of a collective group - every Saturday and Sunday).

Estimated departure time from Lviv is 8:00 a.m. (on the first day).

The estimated time of return to Lviv is 11:00 p.m. (on the second day).


The price of the tour includes: travel by comfortable transport, escort of a tour guide, accommodation.

* Entrance tickets to excursion sites, cheese and wine tasting, meals are paid additionally (per person):

– Shenborn Palace: UAH 30;

– Palanok Castle: UAH 100;

– swimming in the thermal pool (Beregovo): UAH 220;

– tasting of local wines: UAH 60;

– tasting of cheese and other dairy products: UAH 75;

– deer farm: UAH 30;

– climbing Makovitsa mountain on the chairlift (both ways): UAH 100;

– Shipit waterfall: UAH 20.

*The tour is conducted in English or Ukrainian


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Day 1

On the first day of the trip, departure from Lviv takes place at 8:00 a.m. The first significant stop during the excursion is the palace of the Schönborn Counts (1895). The construction style of this noble residence is neo-romantic, combining Gothic and Romanesque motifs. The special feature of the palace is that it has 12 entrances (the number of months in a year), 52 rooms (the number of weeks in a year), and according to the number of days in a year, the palace has 365 windows. The magnificent palace garden impresses with rare tree species planted around a decorative lake. Today, the Karpaty sanatorium is located on the territory of the Shenborn Palace. After a short journey, we reach the Palanok Mukachevo Castle, which is located on a 68-meter-high volcanic mountain. The castle was first mentioned in documents in the 11th century, but its present appearance was formed in the 14th-17th centuries. Palanok Castle witnessed and participated in many historical events. A walk through the restored halls of the Mukachevo Castle and going to its observation terrace will give you many pleasant emotions. After visiting the castle - lunch. In addition to the castle in Mukachevo, the following are also worth noting: the Town Hall (1904), the Church of St. Martyna (1904) with the Gothic Chapel of St. Joseph (XIV century), the Palace of Princes Rakotsi (1667), etc. Then - moving almost to the Hungarian border, namely to the city of Berehove. This almost thousand-year-old city, the bulk of the population of which is made up of Hungarians, is famous for its healing thermal waters. In addition to swimming in a pool with thermal water and tasting local wines, we invite you to explore the sights of the historical center of Berehove. For example, the Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (1370), the Church of the Reformers (1775), the Palace of the County Court (1909), the Palace of the Princes of Bethlen (1629), the Casino (1912). After this day full of interesting events, you will spend the night in the estates of local residents in the Berehiv district or in a hotel in the cities of Berehova or Mukachevo.

Day 2

We start the second day with breakfast and departure at 8.00. We head to the village of Nizhne Selyshche for a tasting of various types of cheese. Local cheese is made at the Selyska cheese factory using Swiss technology. Then we go to the village of Mizhhirya, next to which Makovytsia mountain is located. We will climb to the top of the mountain for a view of the panorama of the Carpathian ridges with a chair lift. After that, lunch and a short rest. After that, we will go to the village of Pylypets, which is a famous resort. At a distance of 6 km from the village is the picturesque Shipit waterfall. This waterfall, in which water falls from a height of 15 m, is a real miracle of nature. Here you really feel the majesty of nature and its beauty. The next point of the tour will be the village of Verkhnia Grabivnytsia, where a powerful bunker is located, which was a component of the Arpada Defense Line, which was built by Hungarian soldiers during World War II. A walk through the one and a half kilometer long tunnel will certainly not leave you indifferent.

5 reasons to choose tour


During this tour, you can expect Carpathian mountains


Transcarpathian castles and cities


Tasting of cheeses, wines and local dishes


Sswimming in a pool with thermal water


Getting to know the colorful culture of the local population

Key landmarks


Shenborn Palace


Palanok Castle


Makovitsa mountain


Shipit waterfall

What is included?

Transfer along the route

Transfer along the route

Professional guide

Professional guide



*From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund. All profits from press tours are transferred to the reconstruction of Ukraine.