Leaganul Bucovinei Boutique Hotel Suceava is located in the heart of Bucovina, at relatively small distances from the most tourist attractions of the area.
The main attraction from Bucovina is represented by the medieval painted monasteries. Leaganul Bucovinei Hotel can organize some tours on demand. Besides the monasteries, there are more than 500 monuments of national heritage located in Bucovina. In Suceava, there are many entertainment options, from sightseeing in the city or nearby, to horse riding lessons or sport fishing.
Suceava has some major attractions, including the Church of Saint John (in the UNESCO patrimony), Ethnography Museum with priceless collections, Fortress of Stefan cel Mare, The monument of medieval architecture Mirauti, The Ciprian Porumbescu Museum and the Royal Inn.
Situated on a high plateau, in the east side of the city, restored in the last years is founded by the voivode Petru I Musat, first mentioned in a document since 1388; built of stone, was later strengthened by Stephan the Great ...
Bucovina has seven churches and monasteries included in the UNESCO patrimony (Moldova, Voronet, Humor Probota, Arbore, Patrauti, St. George Church of the Monastery St. John the New of Suceava), the Sucevita Monastery is going to enter the UNESCO patrimony. 87 churches and monasteries in the cultural patrimony out of which 43 wooden and 44 brick work (brick and stone).
The easiest way to visit the monasteries is by car, most of them are at a distance of 30 minutes' driving from one monastery to another. Leaganul Bucovinei Boutique Hotel organizes some day trips by car and with a guide.
Once the capital of Moldova (from 1388 to 1565), Suceava is an excellent starting point for excursions to the most of the historical, cultural and natural attractions, that tourists can experience in Bucovina.
Suceava is definitely the gateway to visiting the painted monasteries of Bucovina.
Suceava territory and its surroundings were inhabited, as certified by archaeologists, since ancient times, starting even from the Paleolithic. In II-III century there is here a settlement of free Dacians, archaeological discoveries revealing strong Roman influences.