Suceava is one of the principal cities in the historical region of Bukovina, located in modern-day Romania. Tens of thousands of tourists each year flock to the region around Suceava to see the Churches of Moldavia (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), of which Suceava`s best-known is St. John the New Monastery. Also noteworthy is the Fortress of Suceava, built while the city was part of the Principality of Moldavia in the 14th and 15th centuries. Suceava may not be as popular as other cities in Romania, but don’t let that fool you. Suceava is a smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination.
Full of diversity, entrenched in history and blessed with spectacular landscapes, Eastern Europe offers something for everyone. From Croatia`s crystal-blue Adriatic seacoast to the haunted castles of Transylvania in Romania, medieval monasteries, and old-world towns, along with Roman ruins and sophisticated metropolitan area - This region has everything that you need for a fascinating vacation!
The Bulgarian Black Sea coast (called Chernomorie in Bulgarian) is one of the trendiest resort destinations in southeastern Europe. Once the playground of Communist Party loyalists and their families, today these resort towns rival the French and Italian rivieras. Many are `ancient cities,` having been settled as far back as five millennia. So, if you`re looking for an off-the-beaten-path beach vacation that doesn`t skimp on quality, consider the beautiful Black Sea coast.
The beautiful Balkan States contain 11 breathtaking countries comprising such as Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, and Romania just to name a few. The stunning region lies on the southeastern edge of the European continent sandwiched between four major Seas, The Black Sea, The Mediterranean, The Adriatic, and The Aegean.