Hotels in Kolomyia

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Kolomyia, Ukraine
May 24 — May 252
Kolomyia, Ukraine
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Kolomyia:$18/night
Cheapest price found:$15/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Friday
$17 - $20
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$18 - $20
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Kolomyia

About Kolomyia

The historic city of Kolomyia has survived and thrived throughout different periods of rule, all of which have left their own individual marks on the city. Today it’s a fascinating place to learn about Ukrainian culture, in particular, the tribal practices of the Hutsul and the tradition of Easter egg painting.

Things to do

Kolomyia is known as a centre of Hutsul culture, a semi-nomadic Ukrainian tribe. To learn more about the Hutsul culture and traditions, visit the Hutsul Museum to browse a collection of folk art, including costumes intricately embroidered with flowers.

Don’t miss a visit to the Pysanka Museum, which takes its name from pysanky, Ukrainian Easter eggs. Often brightly painted with geometric patterns, these eggs are something of a national obsession. The entrance to the museum is one giant orange egg, 14 metres high and 10 metres in diameter. It is the most famous and curious landmark in Kolomyia, where you’ll find over 10,000 eggs, many of them decorated by notable Ukrainian artists.

In the evening, you can explore Kolomyia’s night market, Torgovitsa. It’s near to the bridge across the River Prut and is a treasure trove of Soviet-era memorabilia and other nicknacks. Genuine antiques are mixed in with the junk, so keep your eyes peeled for a bargain.

Getting around

Bus routes cover the entirety of Kolomyia and travel outside the city into the Carpathian Mountains. Taxis and minivans are available to hire and are particularly convenient if you want to see multiple sites.

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The historic city of Kolomyia has survived and thrived throughout different periods of rule, all of which have left their own individual marks on the city. Today it’s a fascinating place to learn about Ukrainian culture, in particular, the tribal practices of the Hutsul and the tradition of Easter egg painting.

Things to do in Kolomyia

Kolomyia is known as a centre of Hutsul culture, a semi-nomadic Ukrainian tribe. To learn more about the Hutsul culture and traditions, visit the Hutsul Museum to browse a collection of folk art, including costumes intricately embroidered with flowers.

Don’t miss a visit to the Pysanka Museum, which takes its name from pysanky, Ukrainian Easter eggs. Often brightly painted with geometric patterns, these eggs are something of a national obsession. The entrance to the museum is one giant orange egg, 14 metres high and 10 metres in diameter. It is the most famous and curious landmark in Kolomyia, where you’ll find over 10,000 eggs, many of them decorated by notable Ukrainian artists.

In the evening, you can explore Kolomyia’s night market, Torgovitsa. It’s near to the bridge across the River Prut and is a treasure trove of Soviet-era memorabilia and other nicknacks. Genuine antiques are mixed in with the junk, so keep your eyes peeled for a bargain.

Getting around Kolomyia

Bus routes cover the entirety of Kolomyia and travel outside the city into the Carpathian Mountains. Taxis and minivans are available to hire and are particularly convenient if you want to see multiple sites.

  • What are the best hotels in Kolomyia?

    City Hostel (9.3/10 from 156 reviews), Samarianka Hotel (8.4/10 from 184 reviews), and Friendly House (9.6/10 from 41 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Kolomyia.