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
The Danube Delta is the third area of the planet in terms of biodiversity, after the Great Coral Barrier and the Galapagos Archipelago. Here you can find over 5,400 species of plants and animals and here you feel like uncovering a hidden paradise!2 Read More
Romania and Bulgaria share certain common features that are largely due to the historical context in which these cultures developed north and south of the Danube. That’s why, to find out more about the culture specific to the East European countries, a trip that includes visits […]0 Read More
In recent years, the Mud Volcanoes located in Berca, Buzau County, have become a frequented tourist destination and probably the most famous geological monument in Romania. The strange scenery of the cracked clay, the various colors of the “lava” emerged from the clay, transformed the place […]0 Read More
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