- The River Uzh (Uj, Ung) with its unspoilt power plant and many happy fish that flows through the capital, where you may visit the State Museum of Folk Architecture
- Some old castles, some of them not fallen down
- Berehowe, an important city with a population of 26,000 and a palace of Justice which is nice
- Uzh national park - here there are bears and other plants
- Mountains - currently forests cover three quarters of Trans Carpathian Ruthenia and the rest is frequently mountain. The peak of the highest mountains are occupied by valleys.
- Viaducts and railway tunnels amongst the most picturesque in Europe
- Uzhocky Pass - the source of the Uzh. Here you may be shot if you try to cross the border, which is prohibited
- Vine plantations on the banks of the Uzh that makes wines similar to Tokaj but no-one outside drinks them
- Nationalities and ethnic groups; Transcarpathia is inhabited by numerous national and ethnic groups. Here lives next to each other Slavic people, Finno-Ugrics and the Balkans: Hungarians, Slovaks, Romanians, Ukrainians, Croats, Russians, Poles, Roms and others including Huculy, Boyko, Lemkos and Roma, the ethnic balance intact and conflict-free existence.
The cuisine is said to be unique. I think next year's travel plans are shaping up ...