Kolomyya Travel Guide

  • Things to Do
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Kolomyya Things to Do

  • Roman Shukhevych

    Roman Shukhevych was a Ukrainian politician and military leader who assassinated Polish government officers in the plan to radicalise Ukrainian society. The small monument to Shukhevych is on the front wall of the Kolomiya History Museum on Shukhevych Vulitsia. It is believed that Shukhevych's body was burned and his ashes scattered in the Zbruch...

  • Sculpture Park

    The Sculpture Park is a small museum like park behind the Pysanky Museum in Kolomiya. The park has around 10 stone statues all resembling the Pysanky (painted eggs)

  • Monument to Taras Shevchenko

    The monument to Taras Shevchenko is on the main walkway through the centre of Kolomiya. Taras Shevchenko Monuments are everywhere in Ukraine. For those of you who don't know who he is, He is the bard of Ukraine and the so called founder of modern Ukrainian literature and language.

  • Visit Pysanka Museum :)

    It is placed in a funny building in a shape of an Easter egg. The museum is the pride of Kolomyia - town in western Ukraine, a center of Hutsul culture. The building was built in 2000 and the museum was opened during the 10th International Hutsul festival.Easter eggs collection contains reportedly more than 10,000 exhibits. It includes pysanky from...

  • Museum of painted eggs

    The Pysanka museum is the museum of painted eggs and is located in the centre of Kolomiya and is the only museum of its kind. The museum is the most famous landmark in the town and is instantly recognised by many Ukrainians. The museum houses a collections of over 10,000 painted eggs from all the regions in Ukraine and even has a sample of eggs...

  • Ivan Maydanskiy

    Ivan Maydanskiy is a Ukrainian politician who served the town councils of Pechenizhyn and the administrative division of Korshivskoho. Using his official position, he managed to save many of the local young Ukrainian from forcibly sent to slave labor to Germany, making lists of those who had privileges to family circumstances and could not be sent,...

  • Town Hall

    Kolomiya's town hall is located on the corner of the Market Square. It is the place where famous Ukrainian poet Ivan Franko was imprisoned during 1880. The town hall used to be made of wood until it was burned down. The stone version was erected in the exact same spot.

  • Monument to Ivan Franko

    Ivan Franko is a famous poet and is the namesake of the province and city of Ivano-Frankivsk. As you walk around Kolomiya you will see many monuments like this of different Ukrainian artists and poets. This monument of Ivan Franko is located on the wall of the Kolomiya medical college.

  • Monument to the unborn child

    The monument to the unborn child is located near the market in central Kolomiya and is a stone monument showing a mother and father holding their unborn child.


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Kolomyya Restaurants

  • Best Burgers!

    Burger Vil' is a burger restaurant located in central Kolomiya not far from the famous Pysanky Museum on the high street. As you enter the restaurant you feel like you are entering a dark dungeon until you open up the door to the restaurant. It is a low budget restaurant but made a nice change to having Ukrainian food. All burgers are made fresh to...

  • Austrian Confectionary/ Pancake Tea Room

    Impreza is an Austrian tea room located near the Pysanky Museum in Kolomiya. There is an indoor section which is non smoking and an ourdoor section which is under a marquee which allows smoking. The marquee section is very cosy and there is beautiful music which helps to set the tone. It was just perfect! The Menus are in Ukrainian and English and...

  • Self-service restaurant

    We found this place while exploring the streets of Kolomyya and because we were kind of hungry, we decided to make a lounch stop. The place was rather small, designed in tyical local area way. The stuff was extremely friendly, trying hard to help you with you decisions. Only the cold food left a bad feeling about the place.Later we found out, the...


Kolomyya Transportation

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    Travel to Kolommya

    by Pomocub Written Oct 1, 2012

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    You can travel to and from Kolommya/ Kolomiya mostly from buses/coaches. Usually these can be organised from the airport.

    If you have hired a car, Kolomiya is roughly an hour away from other small towns like Kosiv and it is roughly 2 hours or less drive from the centre of the province Ivano-Frankivsk.

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