January 24, 2015

Tiraspol

Tiraspol (IPA: [tɪˈraspəl]; Russian and Ukrainian: Тирасполь, Romanian pronunciation: [tiˈraspol]) is internationally recognised as the second largest […]
January 24, 2015

Orheiul Vechi

Orheiul Vechi, also known as Old Orhei, arguably Moldova’s most […]
January 24, 2015

Cricova Wine Cellar

Cricova: The Largest Underground Wine Cellar in the World By […]
December 14, 2014

About Moldova

The land of a 14th century monastery sheltered by a […]
December 14, 2014

About Ukraine

The ancient Greeks settled colonies along the Black Sea coast; […]
June 20, 2014

ABOUT ROMANIA

Area – Total: 238,391 km2 / 92,043 sq mi (83rd) – Water (%): 3 […]
May 21, 2014

Voronet Monastery

The exterior frescoes where added in 1547 and today this […]
May 5, 2014

Viscri

Apparently, Viscri is just a village situated in the Brasov […]
May 5, 2014

Vinnytsia

Vinnytsia  is a city located in central Ukraine. It is […]
May 5, 2014

Valley of Vaser

Between 1930 and 1933 on the Valley of Vaser a […]
May 5, 2014

Transylvania

Transylvania is a a historical region in the central part […]
May 5, 2014

Sighetu Marmaţiei

Sighetu Marmaţiei is a town in Maramures county situated in […]
June 23, 2015
Excellent services for business trip and guided Bucharest tour!
Reviewed on TripAdvisor on June 3, 2015 by Claudiu B from Bucharest, Romania With the event of a global corporate meeting organized in Bucharest one day was dedicated to discover the beauty of the city capital in the hosting country - Romania. We advanced this request to Hello Bucovina Day Tours in organizing a one day tour in Bucharest and definitively this was a very inspired decision. Chip was very helpful and first assisted us in all the steps before doing the booking, with a handful of suggestions on how we could spend our one day Bucharest tour as enjoyable as possible.
November 29, 2015
“Fascinating tour”
Reviewed on TripAdvisor on November 29, 2015 by Stephen L from North Yorkshire, United Kingdom A brilliant tour last month to the painted monasteries and beautiful countryside of Bucovina. Until I arrived, I didn't realise just how interesting, unique and artistically stunning the painted monestaries were. However, our guide Ciprian really brought them to life with his in depth knowledge of each one we visited, so much so that we not only gained an appreciation of the buildings, but also of the deep spirituality of so many of the people of the region. I had never been to Romania before this tour, but I heartily recommend this region to anyone. It may not be as well known as some regions of Europe, but it deserves to be placed firmly on the itinerary of any traveller.