Hotel in Bukovel just steps from the Carpathian Mountains
Located next to ski slope #7, the Radisson Blu Resort in Bukovel, Ukraine, delivers unforgettable holidays year round. The ski slopes around the resort feature 16 lifts and 60 kilometers of pistes. Skiing enthusiasts can choose from the big-airbag, mogul and giant slalom trails, and a snow park for snowboard jibbing. Dogsledding, snowmobiling, zorbing and ice skating also provide plenty of winter fun for non-skiers and skiers alike.
During the summer months there are a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy, including mountain biking, horse riding, fishing, quad bike tours and even paintball competitions. Ukraine’s largest artificial lake is situated near the resort and offers dynamic water sport activities, including flysurf, waterskies or wakeboarding.
Our staff are available to assist you in planning a weekend trip to one of the many towns and cities that surround the area, like Lviv. Here you can partake in local festivals, celebrating everything from cheese to embroidery, which are often the highlight of the Bukovel summer calendar.
- Souvenir market – Bukovel center. Grab a gift from your skiing adventure for your family back home.
- Souvenir market at Yanlunytsky pass – 8 km. Find a traditional craft from your visit to Bukovel at this small market.
- Museum Huzulschyna – 34 km. Learn about the traditional Hutsul culture through this museum, which displays artwork, embroidery, clothes and books.
- Yaremche waterfall – 34 km. This powerful waterfall is 8 meters tall and is one of the wonderful examples of the natural springs and waterways that flow through the Carpathian Mountains.
- Yaremche Souvenir market – 34 km. From traditional dishes to local crafts, this market offers a variety of stalls to explore.
- Mineral springs in Yaremche – 34 km. Famous for its springs, the Carpathian Mountains have over 800 mineral springs, like this one, to take a dip in.
- Church of Saints Peter and Paul in Yaremche – 38 km. Crafted out of wood, this church is a beautiful display of the type of craftsmanship typical to this area.
- Hoverla Mountain – 43 km. At 2,061 meters, Hoverla Mountain is the highest mountain in Ukraine.
- Ivan Franko Literary and Memorial Museum in Kryvorivnia – 61 km. This museum displays 4,000 items that belonged to the writer, including books, manuscripts and photographs.
- Manyava Skete – 83 km. This Orthodox monastery is located on the outskirts of the village of Maniava.
- Pysanka Museum in Kolomyia – 89 km. Shaped like an egg, this museum houses 10,000 colorful pysanky.