What could possibly be the connection between of the bloodiest Romanian rulers and Prince Charles? Well, apparently the two have more in common than you would think, starting with the heritage and going all their way to promote Romania – in their own way.0 Read More
If you’re not familiar with Charlie Ottley’s “Wild Carpathia” documentary series than you’re missing out on learning more about the beauty of Romania’s natural landscape. The series will soon come to an end as Ottley is preparing to film the fifth and final part, which will […]0 Read More
When it comes to the best places to travel to Europe, Rick Stevens is your man. He is one of those people who take the time to explore some of the less traveled pats so if you want to discover some of the hidden gems of […]0 Read More
The Ice Hotel from Balea is one of the most interesting and exciting tourist attractions from Romania during the winter season or especially for a winter holiday vacation in Romania. But what is there to know about this intriguing hotel built of ice and why should […]0 Read More
For some, Paris is the city of eternal spring, for others sunny Rome is the place where they seek warmth and sunlight. However, you should also consider Bucharest as a perfect holiday destination for a spring getaway. Why? Because Bucharest is a city with many facets […]0 Read More
Romania became a communist country in the late 1940s, almost immediately after the Second World War. For many, it was a real surprise to see the rise to power of an apparently insignificant party in Romania. But as in many cases throughout history, the cards were […]0 Read More
Besides its purely funeral function, the Bellu Cemetery is a museum of monuments of the 19th-century Romanian mortuary architecture and it’s worth a visiting you happen to spend some time in Bucharest. Especially if you like spooky places and stories from the past, then this is […]0 Read More
Those who are passionate about history will probably know that Romania used to be divided into several provinces before the Great Union of 1918. These historical provinces are still easily recognizable to this day due to their particularities regarding traditions, culture, and art, so if you […]0 Read More
The Princely Court of Targoviste was conceived as a complex of edifices serving both as a center of the country’s administration and a home for the Wallachian ruler, his family and for the numerous courtiers and ministers. This was the place where the voivode would consult […]0 Read More
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