Bukovina Hotel

Address: 141, Holovna Street , Chernivtsi, 58022, Ukraine | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 141, Holovna Street , Chernivtsi, is near City Stadium, Artyom monument, Taras Shevchenko monument, and Donetsk Planetarium.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBukovina Hotel Chernivtsi

Reviewed by matthewswilcox

Open late

Reviewed Jul 16, 2013
by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Restaurants closed before their listed times.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Bukovina Hotel Chernivtsi

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Chernivtsi

The Important Stuff in Chernivtsi!

A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 02, 2014

1 comment, 129 photos

... where the cemetery office is located. We tried to find if they could find the specific plot of Menashe Bernstein Z"L in the books, but they could not find it based on the information provided. Later, she gave us a map of the Jewish Cemetery and marked the plots of the people who I already had the specific plot numbers. I had to pay about 80 Gryvnas for the search service. ...

First Day in Chernivtsi

A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 01, 2014

92 photos

... times, it was a regular street with car traffic, but was restored to a pedestrian street in the 1990s.

After passing several notorious churches and Soviet monuments, we entered the area of what was the ghetto of Chernivtsi/Cernauti/Chernowitz. The notorious Turkish Well is located in the center, and is still a major attraction of the ...

Changing Spaces

A travel blog entry by ralund on Mar 19, 2013

2 photos

Chernivtsi is a city that is in the Ukraine, but is very close to Romania. It was first mentioned and recognized as a city in 1408. Chernivtsi has had a long history with many changes affecting it. From 1359 to 1775, the city was a part of the Principality of Moldavia, which would later make up Romania. In 1775, however, the norther part of Moldavia was annexed by the ...

THE KHOTYN Fortress

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 24, 2012

11 photos

... Chief, Petro Konashevych, a hero, commemorated today by a gigantic statue.But, the fort will be conquered after, by the Turks in 1711, and then the Russians captured it in the 19th century.Inside it s not big thing to do and it really ' impressive building at the edge of the Dniester which is the attraction of the site.After doing the tour length and breadth to nothing Miss, I climb the ramparts with caution. I leave the Castle by the River, I take my box at the ...

Christmas, New year, christmas & New year

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Jan 15, 2011

4 comments, 5 photos

... Ukraine that is starting to get to me is the type of people I meet here. Most travellers I see are part of either one of two groups: Backpackers (young people like me enjoying the cheap beer, great scenery and cool party places) and sex tourists (middle aged overweight guys who seem to think you can buy a girl here for a thousand dollars). I am runnning more and more into the sextourists (although most hostels try to keep them out, they are still around), almost all of ...