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Rădăuţi is a city in Southern Bucovina.


A relatively pleasant small town with several historical sites, Rădăuţi is also a good base for visiting the Painted Monasteries. It has received prizes as being the cleanest city in Romania.

Get in[edit]

Radauti is reached by hourly buses from the regional hub Suceava (one hour away) and 4-5 direct buses from Bucharest (9-10 hours away). There are also several buses from Siret (30 minutes away), near the main border crossing from Ukraine.

Get around[edit]

The town is rather small, it can be visited on foot.


  • 1 [dead link] Mănăstirea Bogdana (Bogdana Monastery), strada Bogdan Vodă nr. 6, +40 230 563005, . Partly built in the 14th century, it is one of the oldest religious sites in the country Bogdana Monastery (Q594737) on Wikidata Bogdana Monastery on Wikipedia
  • 2 Muzeul Etnografic (Ethnography Museum), Piaţa Unirii nr. 69, +40 230 562565. Has extensive collections of traditional artifacts (wooden objects, pottery, clothing etc.) from throughout the Bucovina region (Q18547327) on Wikidata
  • 3 Templul Mare (Great Temple), strada 1 Mai nr. 2. A large synagogue built in 1883 by the once numerous Jewish community Great Jewish Temple, Rădăuți (Q2900798) on Wikidata
  • Biserica Naşterea Sfintei Fecioare Maria (Birth of the holy Virgin Mary church), strada Ştefan cel Mare nr.16. The town's only Catholic church, built in 1823-1826 Roman Catholic church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary in Rădăuți (Q18547328) on Wikidata







Go next[edit]

  • Bukovina - historical region in Central Europe
  • Arbore monastery is about 15 km south of the town
  • Sucevita monastery is 20 km to the west
  • Putna monastery is 30 km north-west
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