Christmas Gura Humorului, Bucovina Romania winter 2019
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Toaca Bellevue Hotel, Gura Humorului

Toaca Bellevue Hotel  

   Score 8.4/10 out of 4 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Full Board  
  • No transport provided

  Last booking: 10/01/2019

Hotel Best Western Bucovina, Gura Humorului

Hotel Best Western Bucovina    

   Score 8/10 out of 4 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Hotel with children playground  
  • No transport provided

  Last booking: 09/26/2019

Vila Boem, Gura Humorului

Vila Boem

   Score 10/10 out of 1 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Hotel with parking  
  • No transport provided
Roua Voronetului, Gura Humorului

Roua Voronetului

   Score 9.8/10 out of 4 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Hotel with children playground  
  • No transport provided
Pensiunea Casa Humor, Gura Humorului

Pensiunea Casa Humor  

   Score 9.5/10 out of 4 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Hotel with children playground  
  • No transport provided

  Last booking: 09/12/2019

La Roata, Gura Humorului

La Roata

   Score 8.4/10 out of 1 reviews

Gura Humorului, Bucovina, Romania

  • Hotel with children playground  
  • No transport provided

About Gura HumoruluiDetails and images of Gura Humorului

Gura Humorului

Gura Humorului Gura Homorului earlier, (in Hebrew and Yiddish - Mouth Shut Humura Humuruluei or in German and Polish: Gura Humorului) is a town in Suceava County, Bukovina, south, northern Romania. It has a population of 15,837 inhabitants.

Historical

Raising in 1488, building on the site of a old wooden Voronet monastery, Prince of Moldova, Stefan cel Mare a settlement founded the monastery whose fame has gone over the centuries the borders. The exterior painting preserved in remarkably good condition, the monastery church, like those from the Monastery Humor Monastery of Moldova, is a testament to the unusual decorative technique was one of the most exciting art events of the past Romanian people.