Some facts about Suceava

Suceava is a Romanian county located towards the northern area of the country. The capital city of this county is called Suceava as well and is located within its central-eastern area, being one of the most attractive spots tourists can meet in it when going to the northern region of the country during their vacation in Romania.

The city of Suceava is often divided in two main regions: one composed by the banks of the Suceava River and the valley, and the other by the hills. This way, this city offers a very beautiful natural environment which combines different elements in a very attractive way and which turn it into a great choice for all those tourists who wish to be close to the nature during their vacation.

According to experts on the subject, the name of this county, Suceava, is derived from the Hungarian term Szucsvar which can be translated as Town of workers. It might also be interesting to know that the city of Suceava used to be the capital of the State of Moldavia and the favorite place for the Moldavian royalty, in such a way that between the 14th and 16th century it was their main royal residence.

While being in Suceava, tourists would be able to find an important amount of attractive and interesting spots to visit. This city has several tourist attractions, among which we can name, for example, the Fortress of Cetatea de Scaun, the Planetarium, the Museum of History, the Museul Satului, the Museum of Natural Science, and the Hanul Domnesc, as well as several lakes, monasteries, green areas, and a floral reservation in Bosanci.

The city of Suceava has a very lively night life, and is therefore a great choice for all those tourists who wish to be able to have fun and meet exciting places at night as well as during the day. This city has a variety of pubs, cafes, discos, and bars, many of which open the seven days of the week and become crowded during weekends. This way, this city is very versatile and offers attractions suitable too all preferences and wishes, ensuring most tourists of being able to have a great time during their visit.