Suceava County (Județul Suceava) is situated in northeastern Romania, bordering Ukraine on the north. The county has most of its territory within the historical region of Bucovina and a small part in western Moldavia.
The county is famed for the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina. These monasteries feature exterior walls decorated with 15th and 16th century frescoes, and are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, since 1993. In the capital city of the same name, Suceava, you will find historical landmarks including Suceava Fortress, which was part of a fortified defence system built at the end of the 14th century. The most visited towns in the county are Suceava, Vatra Dornei, a spa and ski resort in the Carpathian Mountains, Fălticeni, Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Gura Humorului, Siret and Rădăuți.
Population: over 630 thousand inhabitants
Other major cities: Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Fălticeni, Gura Humorului, Rădăuț, Siret, Putna, Vatra Dornei
Main attractions: Fortress of Suceava, Arbore Church, Humor Monastery, Probota Monastery, Patrauti Church, Sucevița Monastery, Voroneț Monastery, Moldovița Monastery, Saint John the New Monastery, Painted Eggs Museum Lucia Condrea, Daniil Sihastrul cave, Mocănița Huțulca (stream locomotive trips)
Nearest Airports: Suceava Ștefan cel Mare International Airport (SCV - Aeroportul Internațional "Ștefan cel Mare" Suceava)