Yaremche Vacation Packages
When it comes to getting the most out of your vacation, it's good to keep in mind that Yaremche is just just the start; Western Ukraine is home to a treasure-trove of natural and man-made attractions. Tatariv, is 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the north. Take the trip there to visit the St. Demetrius Church and Prut River Park.
This region is home to some wonderful churches, guaranteed to impress both atheists and the faithful.
Put on your winter woolies and enjoy cross-country skiing or skiing. These activities are great options for locals and tourists alike.
Making the effort to practice some words the local tongue often separates the savvy travelers from the mere tourists. "Chočeš zi mnoiu potanciuvaty?" ("Would you like to dance with me?") is useful. Another useful one to use "Zvidky vy?" (Where are you from?).
The 24th of August is when many people in the Ukraine celebrate Independence Day, so look out for festivities and parades if you're lucky enough to be vacationing in Yaremche at that time.
As you finish your trip, pack your baggage and bid the Ukraine a fond Do pobačennja (farewell).
Accommodation in Yaremche
At this time there are no accommodations in Yaremche showing up on Expedia's extensive database. However, if you don't mind commuting, a good options is the KLEN hotel in Mykulychyn, which is 5 miles (7 kilometers) away.