Can someone advice any tour guides for a day tour to the Suceava monasteries in 05-May 2013? As I am travelling solo, I was quoted 500RON which is quite steep. I tried emailing to a few travel agencies but got no response from them. Does anyone know any good individual travel guide with a car that provide a monastery day tour at a more affordable rate?
I have heard that there is a very ethnic street market in Suceava, where the farmers come and sell their fruit and veg. I heard it was on Thursdays. Does anyone know if this is true, and if so, where it is?
I've been looking for information about how to get to Chernivtsi from Suceava but it is actually a mess because I can't find anything new. Newest information was posted like 2 years ago and idk if it is still the same. I would like to know what's the better way to get to Chernivtsi from Suceava, I heard there are some buses which are the fastest way to get there. Does anybody know about the prices and so? or maybe train or minibuses thing?
Thank you all!
From Suceava to Chernivtsi (first city in Ukraine), what is the price and timetable ? By the way, should some exchange offices there to exchange money ? thanks.
I find it a bit difficult to find out the exact location of the following hotel:
4 - 6 Mihai Viteazul str
Is it centrally located in Suceava?
Any help is more than welcome.
Iam trying to plan a trip to the romanian moldavia before the cold comes here, so it should be in the next few weeks. Iam in Cluj right now so my idea is something like this: get a night train to Iasi and see the city for few hours, get a train to Suceava (does anybody know if there are buses to do this way, the train cost 149,000leis) and stay at the hostel there for one or two nights, and get some tour to see the monastery (any cheap choices?) and try to find a tour to visit the Happy cementery and Spanta village (any names?) and then come back to Cluj in the night train on a Sunday or something like that. What do you think, it is quick and i know i wont see much but i havent got too much time nor money... thanks ***
hii knowledgeable people :) we plan to go to vatra dornei, for about a week in august. we = 3 adults and one 18 months baby . first night , and last upon return from vatra dornei, will be in bucuresti . here are the questions: 1. can some one recommend a non expensive good hotel with facilities for baby, ( about 3 stars and /or less than 50$ per person per night ) ? 2. what is the distance to vatra dornei ? which day ! train is best to take, R ? A ? , how many hours will it take ? and cost of a ticket in first class compartment ? i guess it has to be via suceava, am i right ? (not enough , and not clear, info on CFR site) 3. can someone recommend a hotel without spa in vatra dornei ? ( 5-7 nights, rooms with bath ) the hotels i found on the internet are only for spa treatments, therefore expensive. will appreciate to receive advice thanks , feli_x
Q: Hi Has anyone driven a car into Ukraine along this route(E85). I am interested in knowing what the border crossing (Siret) is like. Is it a particularly busy crossing? How long would one expect a normal crossing to take? Also, was wondering if anyone knows if English speaking guides would be available in Suceava to accompany one by car(we will have rental) across the border to Cernauti and area? Any thoughts on how one might go about arranging this. Thanks Art