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Celebrate the Hutsul Easter together!
4 days in Carpathians is the best vacation for the whole family. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking traditional atosphere of Hutsulshchyna. Feel the family comfort with a true traditional Easter dinner.
The spring season is the best time to explore the nature of the Carpathians.
You can enjoy the beauty of the arts and craftsmanship of famous craftsmasters, as well as visit the Museum of Easter eggs «Pysanka» and «Museum of Folk Art of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya» of the oldest wooden church of Pokuttya. We offer you to have a festive Easter dinner in the best traditions of Hutsulshchyna.
The main dishes of Easter dinner:
Tour lasts for 4 days and 3 nights. Duration from 27th to 30th April 2019 (Sunday - Tuesday)
We invite you to visit the picturesque corner of Carpathians – Kosmach village, town of Easter eggs – Kolomyia, Delyatin - historic town, Ukrainian Athos - Manyava Skete, the heart of the Carpathians – Yaremche town, ski resort Bukovel, to have photo shot in colorful national costumes, master class in painting Easter egg, to eat festive Easter dinner in the best traditions of Hutsulshchyna.
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking traditional atmosphere of Hutsulshchyna.
In Ukraine Easter is called Velykden (The Great Day). In Ukraine Easter has been celebrated over a long period of history and has had many rich folk traditions. Velykden was celebrated thousands of years ago as the victory of the Light over the Dark, Day over Night, Spring over Winter. 4 days in Carpathians is the best vacation for the whole family. Feel the family comfort with a true traditional Easter dinner. People prepare for Easter in advance, they bake traditional paskha, paint Easter eggs, so-called Pysanka. Before the Easter dinner is taken go to the church, consecrate a basket with meal, which will then be laid out on the table.
Usually people go to church in the morning. After mass, all are gathered together in a family circle and start a banquet. At first they should pray and than start eating with a piece of traditional Paskha. On Easter, children and adults play with Easter eggs, so-called "Battle with eggs", they are battling as long as someone does not break an egg.