Vinnitsa region is situated in the central part of the right bank Ukraine, the country borders on Moldova in the south. Vinnitsa region occupies two plains - Podolskaya and Pridneprovskaya - which are crossed by two big rivers - the South Bug and the Dniester. Forests occupy up to 15% of the region territory, the rest is covered with the most fertile black soil in Europe. The region has developed agriculture and industries mainly related to agriculture. The region was a part of Kievan Rus since the settling time of Ulichi and Tivertsy tribes, later on it was included into the Great Lithuanian Principality, then Poland and finally the Russian Empire. Antique farmsteads with landscape architecture, museums, castles, cloisters on the territory of Vinnitsa region attract a lot of tourists. The history of the region is connected with such great names as A.V.Suvorov, the founder of the Russian military science (a museum in the village of Timonovka), N.I.Pirogov, an outstanding Russian surgeon, the founder of martial surgery (an estate museum), D.K.Zabolotniy, a Ukrainian, Russian, Soviet bacteriologist, one of the founders of the international society of microbiologists (a museum in the village of Zabolotnoe). Mineral radon waters of Novokhmelnitsk are of great tourist value. There are more than 30 health resort and centres, where the treatment is based on mineral waters and mineral therapeutic muds. The main health resorts are situated in the world-known health resort “Khmelnik”. “Regina”, “Podolskaya”, “Shumilovskaya” are well-known table waters.