A tour to Plovdiv, from Bucharest, is a great opportunity to explore two different Eastern Europe countries. Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in the world with a history that is visible all over the place, architecture and buildings that reflect the city’s past. An […]0 Read More
Jury of the International Institute for Gastronomy, Culture, Art and Tourism (IGCAT) nominated Sibiu County as European Gastronomy Region in 2019. The programme for Sibiu, European Region of Gastronomy 2019 was officially launched in November 2018 and celebrates the tradition of over two millennia of European medieval and […]0 Read More
When traveling to Romania, it’s good to know that, as with any other country, there are certain traditions, especially during winter holidays. Therefore, we decided to set up this small guide that will help you manage better in Romania, especially during the holidays, to understand why […]0 Read More
About 100 kilometers from Bucharest and 44 kilometers from Ploiesti, the Slanic Prahova salt mine is a recognized destination for balneal and touristic activities since 1853, when it was declared a tourist destination of national interest in Romania. Among the superlatives of the salt mine (especially […]0 Read More
Like in many other parts of the world, the harvest season is very important in Romanian tradition because it represents a tradition period from summer to winter, a time to gather and enjoy the harvest. In most rural parts, traditions and celebrations related to the harvest […]0 Read More
Romania is one of the tourist destinations that gain more and more appreciation in the world and in terms of authentic experiences that tourists can enjoy. Because the year 2019 announces to be a special one for Romania, especially due to the fact that Sibiu was […]0 Read More
The “Instagram fever” has been taking over everyone’s life for quite some time now. Considering that we all just love to share photographs from the places we travel as a way to keep memories from the places we have visited in one place (and to brag […]0 Read More
The Fagaras massif measures from east to west in a straight line about 70 kilometers and from north to south about 45 kilometers. The Fagaras Mountains resemble an immense backbone oriented from the east to the west with the “ridges” oriented to the north and south […]0 Read More
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