Are you looking for a beautiful travel destination to spend your Easter Holidays? Choose Romania, where you will be surprised by old traditions and warm people.
Bucovina – one of the best destinations to celebrate Easter in Romania. Famous for beautiful painted monasteries, Bucovina will surprise you with great food and old traditions.
One of the most representative Easter traditions in Bucovina is the painting and decoration of the eggs, a beautiful custom, and a veritable form of art transmitted from one generation to the next.
In the Black Thursday women dye the eggs, bake Pasca (traditional Easter bread), and in the evening, everyone goes to church. On Saturday night, all churches are filled with crowds who come to take “Lumina” (light). After the religious service, they all leave the church with lit candles.
What to visit (if you stay in Sucevita):
Wooden Church in Toplita Horodnic de Sus
Black ceramics from the Geto-Dacian period (Marginea) – 3km
Church of Horodnic de Sus
Bogdan Voda Monastery in Radauti
Sucevita Monastery – 14 km
Radauti Museum of Ethnography – 16 km
Radauti Cathedral – 16 km
Daniil Sihastru Chilia – 17 km
Putna Monastery – 19 km
Cacica Salt Mine – 25 km
Humorului Monastery – 35 km
Dragomirna Monastery – 35 km
Suceava Fortress – 40 km
Moldovita Monastery – 49 km
Voronet Monastery – 55 km
The town and the surrounding area are famous for their spas and mineral waters received from seven springs.
What to visit near Baile Tusnad: 25 km away is the Lake Sfanta Ana, a famous volcanic crater lake, the only one of its kind in Romania, and Tinovul Mohos Peat Bog, an oligotrophic swamp where you find carnivorous plants.
Olanesti is a city located in Valcea county, Romania.
Olanesti is one of the few places in the country where you find a mild climate and healthy mineral waters. Baile Olanesti occupies the first place among the spa resorts in Romania in terms of the number of springs but also their variety.
Where to stay: Iulia Star Pension
What to visit: Valcea Village Museum – Bujoreni