Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, mostly concentrated in the historic city center and around it. So tourists don’t need transport (comfortable shoes are recommended), but they can walk on foot and see all the historic and medieval attractions and breathe in […]0 Read More
Sinaia is the “heart” of mountain resorts in the Prahova Valley, the center of winter fun, where you meet every season adrenaline, cold weather, winter sports and winter sports enthusiast. During summer, Sinaia is transformed into a bustle of people coming here to hide from the […]0 Read More
The painted monasteries in Bucovina are part of UNESCO heritage and they were recorded in the catalog “great monuments of the world” in 1993. They are unique in the world through their architecture that characterizes the golden age of Moldavia and by their exterior paintings. All […]0 Read More
The surroundings of Bucharest have the same charm and the same captivating scent of the interwar atmosphere as Bucharest itself. Many locals, but also tourists who spend some days in the capital of Romania do not miss the opportunity to make day trips to some of […]0 Read More
The Corvin Castle, also known as the Hunyadi castle is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved medieval castles in Transylvania. The castle was built in the 14th century, being the most famous property of Romanian ruler Iancu of Hunedoara. To this day, this impressive castle […]8 Read More
You can discover various medieval destinations in Romania, as long as you take the time to visit unique places, full of historical, religious or cultural significance. The monasteries, the hiking routes in the mountains and old fortresses are some of the most visited Romanian places at […]0 Read More
If you choose to visit the Brasov area and the Bran Castle, you will certainly have many things to see and you will be amazed by all the beautiful locations you can discover. Brasov is one of the largest cities in Romania located near the […]0 Read More
Vlad III, also called Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes) is one of the most famous figures in Romanian history. It’s a fact that most tourists who visit Romania know about Vlad the Impaler, or Vlad Dracula. It’s also a well-known fact that Bram Stoker based his […]0 Read More
Transylvanian villages with their fortified churches offer a very lively picture of the cultural life in the south of Transylvania. All these villages are characterized by a specific agricultural system and a specific pattern used to arrange the placement of rural households that was preserved to […]0 Read More
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