So, our First stop; the Olesko castle is small, but situated in a nice place, at a top of the hill, so it a got really picturesque scenery. Also there is a museum with a lot of rooms with different exhibitions, which tells you the story of the village + of the Castle itself
Second stop; I would say- my favourite caste in whole Ukraine, it might look up bit up a bit, but it is one of the most beautiful places, when I am there I envy those people that had an opportunity to live in such castle. You can really feel yourself as an Earl while there, this castle has been surely build not as a defence 'structure'.
There is also nice exhibition inside + for a small extra fee (around 1-2$) local guide will tell you the story about lady- ghost that lives in this castle.
This place is strongly religious, so there are some 'wearing regulations' :) As for men, they are not allowed to enter the monastery with their knees 'naked' so you should have trousers on you, or at least something to cover your knees, talking about women along with the knees they are not allowed to have naked head, so some scarf will come in handy. All of the clothes may be rented for a small fee. The money are returned back to you, as you return the clothes.