Vorokhta (Ukrainian: Ворохта, Polish: Worochta) is an urban-type settlement located in the Carpathian Mountains and is part of Yaremche Municipality. Historically, it is a tourist spa town and later was also turned into a ski resort with several ski-jumping ramps (Avanhard). Population: 4,270 (2016 est.); due to a constant flow of tourists, its population almost year round is bigger.
Restaurants in Vorokhta
5 based on 107 reviews
Great, great, great! Unbelievable place! It's pretty hard to go to the top, but it worth it 100%. There is fantastic outlook from the very top of the Hoverla mountain.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Amazing views. Worth to see. We were with 6 months baby, no problem to see the place. 5km by car than 200 metres on foot.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
As my first venture onto a resort slopes only having practiced indoors in the UK I was a little nervous...but Bukovel was so easy...all the lifts were working....plenty of ski runs...of various levels...not the best sign posted and think the only criticism would be the apparent mad scramble at the bottom for the ski lifts which could be easily sorted with a few barriers to save the pushing and shoving. Skiers of all levels on the easier slopes and had no issues on any of the slopes in 14 days of skiing....English is not spoken by many residents or staff at the ski hire or hotels and restaurants but managed easy enough with a few basic phrases I had learned and translation app. If you want a good holiday on the slopes different from European resorts then I would recommend heading to Bukovel.....new year was fantastic at the restaurant museum.of football......over all a great holiday....couldn't fault anything really..
4.5 based on 6 reviews
It is on the border between Ivano Frankivsk and Zakarpattya region. Famous for its souvenir market and wooden TRYSUB . You can make some nice photos as we did and continue your journey.
5 based on 5 reviews
Пиво и квас очень ароматные и вкусные. Судя по этикеткам так варят только из натурального сырья. Кроме того и цена нормальная. Хотел набрать больше, но поскольку натуральное, то и срок годности 5 дней, не успел бы выпить. Но на подарки друзьям взял.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
If you have 1-2 spare hours, it's a nice place to visit and to make some photos. There are several Bridges close by. The Bridges are quite old (something about 200 years), but still working! You can see trains going on top. The Bridges were built during Austrian time, using eggs to fix them.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
4.5 based on 182 reviews
This is a cascade and not a real waterfall in the Carpathians. There are warning signs about not actually getting into the water.
To get to the cascades you have to pass a number of touristy souvenir markets but you can find interesting stuff like handmade soap and real-leather locally made handbags.
There is also a very good restaurant.
4 based on 124 reviews
Really fabulous water focused area. We visited in summer when everything focused around the lake and sun & water were the goal. I understand it's also open in the winter for relaxation after a ski day. We found the lounge areas extensive and very enjoyable
4 based on 9 reviews
Покупаем пиво уже на протяжении лет 5... С каждым разом вкус пива разный! Иногда даже чересчур кислый! Лучше всего взять бокал пива и выпить его прямо там, возле пивоварни. Или же, максимум, купить бутылочку и выпить сразу, так как буквально через минут 10 пиво уже не то. Сухарики жирноваты, цена сыров не оправдана. А очереди- эти, наверное, фишка пивоварни))) они огромны... Особенно, если приезжает автобус. В общем, чего-то особенного в этом пиве нет. Но попробовать можно. И лучше пусть при Вас наливают пиво, а не дают уже налитую бутылку, оно совсем никакое....
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