A trip to Bucovina – a region in North-Eastern part of Romania – should include the famous painted monasteries, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Here history, tradition, local food and drinks are still well preserved. Our day tour from Suceava to Painted Monastery will let you explore and experience Bucovina’s amazing countryside. The tour will entice you away from the city center and teach you all about Bucovina rich Heritage. You’ll have a local friendly and experienced tour guide who’ll accompany you along the way. Our tour guides are full of passion and knowledge about the history and culture of Bucovina. From a story area, full of history and with unique landscapes, they could not miss the traditional culinary dishes, which today form the cultural heritage of Bucovina.
Suceava - Radauti - Marginea - Sucevita - Moldovita - Campulung Moldovenesc - Voronet - Gura Humorului - Suceava
Arbore - the only church in the region with no belfry towers, because it was not built by a prince.
Black Pottery Workshop at Marginea - the only place in the world where the black color is obtained without adding anything to the clay paste.
Sucevita Monastery - the architecture of the church is a summary of the most important Moldavian ecclesiastical building principles in of XV and XVI centuries, is the only church that includes a representation of The Ladder of St. John.
Moldovita Monastery - situated on the banks of the Moldoviţa River at the beginning of the 15th century. The exterior paintings are the best preserved of all the churches of Bucovina.
After a delicious Bucovinean meal continue to Gura Humorului monasteries.
Voronet Monastery - known throughout the world for its exterior frescoes of bright and intense colors, and for the hundreds of well-preserved figures placed against the renowned azurite background.
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