Carpathian Tram is the only one narrow-gauge railway sightseeing route in Ukraine. The narrow track is 760 mm wide. It is almost twice less than a traditional one in Europe. On the route there are stops near the bridge across the Mizunka river; the spring of mineral water “Horyanka” and hunging bog “Shyrkovets”; “Dubovyj Kut” station and the cascade of the Mizunka waterfall.
The Rocks of Dovbush is a group of natural and man-made structures carved from rock in Ivano-Frankivsk Region in western Ukraine. Geologists have determined that this rock mass formed more than 70 million years ago and was situated on the bottom of a long dried-up sea. In 1981, the rocks were proclaimed as a reserve territory. Dovbush rocks have a rich and interesting history. The name of the formations comes from a leader of the opryshky movement, Oleksa Dovbush. Oleksa Dovbush is compared with a famous English folklore character – Robin Hood. The rocks are a part of the Polyanytskiy Regional Landscape Park.
Historical landmarks along the route include the ancient Goshiv monastery on the Jasna Hill. Goshiv monastery is famous for miraculous icon of the Mother of God. Nowadays, people from all over Ukraine come to Goshiv Virgin to feel God’s mercy and grace.
- Start at 7:45 a.m. (Rynok Square, 29, in courtyard)
- Trip duration — 8:00-21:00
- Price: 300/250 UAH* + 100/ 50 UAH (adult/ children) – entrance tickets.
*You join group with Ukrainian speaking guide (we provide you with printed information in English language).
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