Ecotourism in Bucovina
Bucovina, a part of northern Romania, is the image of painted monasteries, both inside and outside, recognized worldwide: Voroneţ Monastery, Humor Monastery, Suceviţa Monastery, Moldoviţa Monastery, Arbore Monastery. These architectural wonders are surrounded by natural riches, a diverse ecosystem with lakes, mountains and valleys, and gentle and hospitable people entice you with specific foods and crafts from craftsmen (potters, egg decorators, etc.).
Bucovina meets the conditions for the development of ecotourism and in this article we will demonstrate that this branch of the hospitality industry can differentiate between past and future, and ecotourism is the best method of capitalizing on nature, traditions, culture and economic growth.
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