Liliana Hincu


Bucovina - ancient cradle of Romanian culture and civilization is a special tourist area thanks to accessible and harmoniously combined landforms, a favorable climate for tourism throughout the year, which provides a varied fauna and flora and a cultural, historical and architectural heritage appreciated both nationally and internationally. There is also the well-known Bucovina people’s hospitality, traditions, folk customs and  specific cuisine. All these elements make of Bucovina a real tourist destination. This tourist area is famous for the sheer number of monasteries, some of which are part of the UNESCO world heritage.


tourism, tourist destination, Bucovina area, forms of tourism


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