Shenborn Castle — located in the West Transcarpathia region in Ukraine. This castle is famous for an architectural plan of the structure of the building, which is astronomically aligned. The Shenborn Castle has 365 windows (symbolize 365 days of the year), the 52 rooms (symbolize the number of weeks per year) and 12 (symbolize the number of months in the astronomical year). Also there is an interesting fact about the lake near the castle that had a little artificial original form. Its contours and shape is a repetition of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The park around the mansion is made up of unique plant species that are selected from many parts of Europe. The garden of Shenborn Castlen, which was built in an English style, is an additional relaxation place where visitors can enjoy the Sanitarium of Karpaty.
The Palanok Castle or Mukachevo Castle is a historic castle in the city of Mukachevo.
The Palanok Castle is delicately preserved and is located on a former 68-meter high volcanic hill. The castle complex consists of three parts: the high, middle, and low castle. The total area of the castle is 14,000 m². The castle consists of 130 different rooms with a complex system of underground passages connecting them together. The castle currently houses a museum dedicated to the history of Mukachevo and the castle.
Uzhhorod Castle stands on a 30-meter-high hill; in plan view, it is an irregular quadrangle with protruding bastions in the corners, once equipped with cannons. Behind the bastions, there’s a castle court with a 6-hectare park. The park is decorated with ancient sculptures, the most interesting of them representing Heracles fighting the Lernean Hydra, and a bronze sculpture of a turul (a Hungarian name for a steppe falcon). Also you can visit Zakarpattia Local History Museum and enjoy the collection of the unique exhibition made of bronze, among them weapons, articles of everyday use and sophisticated bronze decorations. In the 18th century, the Uzhgorod castle lost its defensive importance and its premises were given to the spiritual seminary.
- Start at 6:45 AM – Halytska Square, near the monument to King Danylo Halytskyi. You can buy tickets for tour (in advance) in our office at Rynok Square, 29 (the office is located in the courtyard).
- Trip duration — 7:00-00:00.
- Group tour — 600 UAH* + entrance tickets.
- Entrance tickets:
– Schönborn palace: adult, pension, student – 20 UAH, students – 15 UAH;
– Mukachevo Castle: adults – 50 UAH, students, pensioners – 40 UAH, children under 14 – 30 UAH;
– Uzhgorod Castle: general (adults, pensioners) – 50 UAH, students – 40 UAH, students – 20 UAH.
*You join a group with Ukrainian speaking guide (we provide you with printed information in English/ Polish language).
+38 067 67 42 42 6
+38 050 622 31 51
+38 063 72 72 477
Address: Lviv, Rynok Square, 29 (office in the courtyard – Andreolli Passage).
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