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Bukovel (Bukovel) — is the largest ski resort in Ukraine situated in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of western Ukraine.

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Chernivtsi - the capital of Bukovina offers Balkan atmosphere and fine classical Habsburg architecture in Central-European style, as it was part of Austrian empire (prior to 1918).

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Lviv - old city in the west of country, with its medieval old town and unique architecture with Polish and Austrian influences. The top tourist destination in Ukraine, when it comes to architecture and culture.

The old walled city was at the foothills of the High Castle on the banks of the river Poltva.

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Ivano-Frankivsk — western Ukrainian city that was recognized as the best city to live in Ukraine. It is the administrative centre of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province), and is designated as its own separate raion (district) within the oblast, municipality. 

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The capital of Hutsul people

Ivano-Frankivsk reg. 

Kolomyya - city, in the south-west of Ukraine, on the Prut River. Documents first mention the city in 1240. It initially grew as a salt-trading town and over time became an administrative centre. In the 19th century Kolomyya was an important site of Ukrainian cultural life in Galicia. It is now a trading centre for the surrounding area, and it has various light industries. 

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Kiev (Kyiv) - The historical capital of Kievan Rus' and modern Ukraine on the river Dnieper. Ancient churches, broad boulevards, beautiful landscapes and a variety of cultural facilities make it fascinating destination. 

Ukraine is a destination on the crossroads between central and eastern Europe, between north and south. It borders Russia and is not far from Turkey. It has mountain ranges - the Carpathian Mountains suitable for skiing, hiking, fishing and hunting. The coastline on the Black Sea is a popular summer destination for vacationers. Ukraine has vineyards where they produce native wines, ruins of ancient castles, historical parks, Orthodox and Catholic churches as well as a few mosques and synagogues. Kiev, the country's capital city has many unique structures such as Saint Sophia Cathedral and broad boulevards. There are other cities well-known to tourists such as the harbour town Odessa and the old city of Lviv in the west. The Crimea, a little "continent" of its own, is a popular vacation destination for tourists for swimming or suntaning on the Black Sea with its warm climate, rugged mountains, plateaus and ancient ruins. Cities there include: Sevastopol and Yalta - location of the peace conference at the end of World War II. Visitors can also take cruise tours by ship on Dnieper River from Kiev to the Black Sea coastline. Ukrainian cuisine has a long history and offers a wide variety of original dishes.

All who will dare to spend in Ukraine free time in the Carpathians will be pleasantly surprised by kindness and hospitality of this land. You will be congratulated by mountains covered with beautiful forests, fresh and healthful air,rivers and mountain streams, green meadows.     

The Carpathian region has preserved its history, the life care and colour. This land is proud of its traditions. It is preserved in the customs, works of decorative art, dances and a kind of music.    

The Carpathians hospitality invite you .We are ready to take you in any of the seasons.

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