The holiday season in Romania is focused mainly on two aspects, observing local traditions that are still kept alive mostly in the Romanian villages and participating at several events that are organized throughout the month of December in the largest Romanian cities. Given that for tourists […]0 Read More
Active holidays are the best option for those who want to explore new travel destinations in a different way, while doing some exercise along the way. Biking tours are increasing in popularity and if you decide to take your bike along on a vacation in Romania, […]0 Read More
What would you do if you had a full day just for yourself and you decide to go explore Bucharest – what route would you choose? Probably one long enough as a distance, including a number of parks in several areas of the city and different […]0 Read More
Although the first mention of Count Dracula appears in Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula” (1897), it was not Stoker who invented that name. The “original” Dracula lived in the fifteenth century; he was not a count, but a voivode and was not a vampire (nor was he […]0 Read More
The Bucegi Plateau is mostly known for one of the most impressive natural monuments in Romania, the Sphinx. The name was chosen because of its shape that resembles the human face, the shape resulting from erosion produced by wind over a long period of time.2 Read More
Piatra Craiului Mountains are not the highest mountains in Romania or even the richest in flora and fauna, but they are a favorite of many lovers of mountain landscapes, for the jagged ridges, spectacular mountain views, the variety of trails and sights, and the silence that […]0 Read More
Do you like spending time in nature, going on biking trails in the mountains or simply taking photos whenever you come across a landscape so beautiful you just have to capture it forever? It means you enjoy ecotourism, a segment that is increasingly stirring interest in […]0 Read More
In the past, the number of Romanian bears has varied widely. In the Middle Ages, when the forests occupied more than 40% of the territory, the bears were numerous. Bears have acquired a special place in Romanian folklore and mythology. Various traditions, such as the bears […]4 Read More
Romania is increasing in popularity as a trekking destination in Europe, and this is due tot the fact that tourists have plenty of things to see while climbing the Carpathian Mountains. The diversity of the plants, animals, birds and interesting natural sights is impressive, which should […]0 Read More
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