Bukovina Hotel

141, Holovna Street , Chernivtsi, 58022, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chernivtsi

Rally day 2: Romania and Ukraine

A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox


We started out today with breakfast at the hotel then drove into Bran to see Dracula's castle. Getting there was not without incident through. We missed the parking lot and tried to flip a u-turn on the medium city street. We didn't quite make it and ended up going into the grass on the side of the road a little. The grass was deceivingly long and …

A Ukranian Introduction

A travel blog entry by christina88


We have left Romania and have arrived in Ukraine. The city of Chernivtsi still has a very Communist-esque feel to it, which was displayed through the architecture, as well as in the hotel we stayed at. Yet there was also a bit of Austrian architectural influences. These influences could be best seen with the architecture of the Chernivtsi …

The Important Stuff in Chernivtsi!

A travel blog entry by brian.budik


... 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


... 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


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 ...


This hotel, located on 141, Holovna Street , Chernivtsi, is near City Stadium, Artyom monument, Donetsk Planetarium, and St.Michael the Archangel.
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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.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Bukovina Hotel Chernivtsi

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good