is a low-mountain resort ashore the Prut river, on the way to Hoverla, the highest mountain in Ukraine. The town was founded in 1787. In XIX-mid XX centuries, it used to be a holiday destination for vacationers from Lviv, Krakow and Warsaw. It was also a popular mountain resort during Soviet times. Nowadays, it is one of the most popular touristic destinations in the Ukrainian Carpathians. Hutsulschyna Restaurant
is an exemplary modern interpretation of traditional Hutsul wooden architecture. It was built in 1959 without a single nail, with extensive use of wood carved finish. Probiy Waterfall
is a cascade waterfall on the Prut river in Yaremche with the height over 20 meters.