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Kosiv, Ukraine
May 25 — May 262
Kosiv, Ukraine
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Kosiv:$29/night
Cheapest price found:$27/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
$27 - $35
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$27 - $35
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Kosiv

About Kosiv

Once a small Hutsul settlement, Kosiv is now a bustling Ukrainian town on the banks of the Rybnytsya River. It was under Polish rule until 1772 when it became part of the Habsburg Empire and was taken by the Soviets in 1939 as part of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.

Kosiv’s cultural attractions include the Museum of Folk Art and Life of the Hutsul Region, where ceramics, textiles and traditional costumes are on display. Set across two floors is the Museum of the Liberation Struggle, which details the tumultuous history of Kosiv and the Sich Riflemen of the Ukrainian People’s Army.

Sprawling west of Kosiv is Hutsulshchyna National Park, which encompasses rugged mountains, rushing rivers and beech forests. It’s traversed by scenic hiking trails and cycling routes and provides a home for brown bears, lynx and European otters. Birdwatchers can keep their eyes peeled for booted eagles, Ural owls and Eurasian three-toed woodpeckers.

Getting there

Kosiv is around a one-hour drive from Kolomyya and 1.5 hours from Chernivtsi. Ivano-Frankivsk International Airport is also 1.5 hours away and has regular flights to Kyiv. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to and around Kosiv.

Kosiv travel FAQs

Once a small Hutsul settlement, Kosiv is now a bustling Ukrainian town on the banks of the Rybnytsya River. It was under Polish rule until 1772 when it became part of the Habsburg Empire and was taken by the Soviets in 1939 as part of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.

Kosiv’s cultural attractions include the Museum of Folk Art and Life of the Hutsul Region, where ceramics, textiles and traditional costumes are on display. Set across two floors is the Museum of the Liberation Struggle, which details the tumultuous history of Kosiv and the Sich Riflemen of the Ukrainian People’s Army.

Sprawling west of Kosiv is Hutsulshchyna National Park, which encompasses rugged mountains, rushing rivers and beech forests. It’s traversed by scenic hiking trails and cycling routes and provides a home for brown bears, lynx and European otters. Birdwatchers can keep their eyes peeled for booted eagles, Ural owls and Eurasian three-toed woodpeckers.

Getting there

Kosiv is around a one-hour drive from Kolomyya and 1.5 hours from Chernivtsi. Ivano-Frankivsk International Airport is also 1.5 hours away and has regular flights to Kyiv. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to and around Kosiv.

  • What are the best hotels in Kosiv?

    142 reviews rated Villa Medova with an average score of 9.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Country House Kosiv, which received a rating of 10.0/10 from 22 reviews. Staryj Kosiv could also be a good option, with a score of 8.4/10 from 67 reviews.