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  • Suceava fortress was built by Petru I Muşat who moved here his residence from Siret and it had a rectangular shape, with a 36-meter long southern side and 40-meter long eastern side and defensive square towers at each end and in the middle of each side as well. It was first mentioned in 1388, but it was later transformed into a residence castle by Alexander the Good (1400-1432) and Stephen the Great (1457-1504) when Suceava became the capital of Moldavia. At the initial walls (10 m high and 2 m width) there were added new ones and a deeper water ditch was dig to surround the castle. The inside rooms belonged to soldiers, the prince and his family; there was also a chapel and a warehouse for food and ammunition. After 1476 Stephen doubled the exterior walls by adding new layers which were fixed to the existing walls, so that they varied in thickness from 2m to 4m. The walls were also made circular so that they stood more chance of surviving bombardment. This is the explanation why Suceava fortress couldn’t be conquered despite the fact it was under siege several times by Turks and Polish armies – in 1467, 1485, 1497 and 1509. Only treason was the key for making possible its occupation by enemies (September 18th, 1538).
  • Sucevița Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox convent situated in the Northeastern part of Romania. It is situated near the Suceviţa River, in the village Sucevița, 18 km away from the city of Rădăuţi, Suceava County. It is located in the southern part of the historical region of Bukovina (northwestern Moldavia). It was built in 1585 by Ieremia Movilă, Gheorghe Movilă and Simion Movilă
  • Humor Monastery located in Mănăstirea Humorului, about 5 km north of the town of Gura Humorului, Romania. It is a monastery for nuns dedicated to the Dormition of Virgin Mary, or Theotokos. It was constructed in 1530 by Voievod Petru Rareş and his chancellor Teodor Bubuiog. The monastery was built over the foundation of a previous monastery that dated from around 1415. The Humor monastery was closed in 1786 and was not reopened until 1990.
Situated in the center of Radauti City, Galany Hotel is placed at convinient distance from Bucovina's most popular tourist attractions zone; one of the most attractive and popular touristical areas on Romania's map, with monuments included in the list of UNESCO monuments of universal art.

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Galany Hotel *, recently entered in Bucovina's touristical circuit, is arranged according to the concept of Boutique Hotel, each room has its individual personality, but without affecting its functionality. Galany Hotel *, recently entered in Bucovina's touristical circuit, is arranged according to the concept of Boutique Hotel, each room has its individual personality, but without affecting its functionality.

Conference Room


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  • Courtyard: 8 matrimonial rooms
  • Attic: 4 matrimonial rooms, 2 single rooms and 1 apartment
  • Galany Restaurant: 36 seats
  • Café-PUB: 16 seats
  • Conference Room: 25 seats

Special Offers



  • Weekend
  • Touristical week
  • Grups
  • Summer in Bucovina
  • Teambuilding
  • Special events, Restaurant, PUB

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