When we are happy, we are always good, but when we are good, we are not always happy. To be good is to be in harmony with oneself.
Our goal is to create a pleasant environment and to see your faces glowing with happiness and harmony.
Launched in December 2015, Harmonie Hostel benefits from the newest features: a new and modern building with comfortable and spacious rooms, all featuring bathrooms, TVs, wireless internet connections and safe-boxes. The hostel is structured on 3 floors with a total number of 15 rooms. The 15 hotel rooms offer all the comfort for a memorable stay.
Harmonie Hostel serves a rich daily breakfast buffet.
Harmonie Hostel is located in Radauti, just 800 m from downtown. Being positioned on the Putnei street, the most important touristic attractions in Bucovina are easy to find and explore. The distance between Radauti and Putna is of 35 km and can be covered by car in about 40 minutes. Bucovina, one of the most beautiful Carpathian provinces, is a fascinating land through the history of the place and people as well through the harmony of the landscape with miraculous colors.
Whether you are on a business trip or a relaxing trip, whether you have a conference or private event, we want your stay to be pleasant in this extraordinary place where you will find the perfect harmony in everything.
The visitor who stops for a while in Radauti is delighted by the beautifully landscaped parks, can see the tombs of the first Moldovian voivodes at Bogdana Monastery, can see the Orthodox Cathedral in the city center, can enjoy the craftsmanship and beauty of the objects on display in the Ethnographic Museum of enameled ceramics of Colibaba craftsmen family. The Hebrew Temple in Radauti is one of the most important tourist attractions in Bucovina. This objective should not be missed if you are nearby. The stud farm with bred horses in the city is actually another interesting touristic spot.
The Putna Monastery is the most representative foundation of Stephen the Great. The hermitage of Daniil the Hermit was carved with a chisel and hammer by the one who will later become the most confident counselor of Stephen the Great and who urged the voivode to build the monastery of his soul.
Bucovina is undoubtedly an area where traditional dishes are at home. A land of fairy tales, full of history and unique landscapes, could not miss culinary tradition, which forms today the cultural heritage of Bucovina.