Transylvania is the best renowned region of Romania. It partly owes its fame to the myth of Dracula, the deadliest vampire, who is thought to have had his base in the Bran Castle.
Beyond this, Transylvania is recommended and seen as the new Tuscany of Europe. Impressive landscapes, green hills, blue mountains, medieval fortresses, small villages tucked into forested valleys, where people still practice small farming, and the delicious gastronomy, all make it for a worth to try experience.
The Danube river, also known as the European Amazon, represents for any tourist, a special encounter that can take the breath away. The Danube Delta is the newest territory of Europe, as it’s being constantly built by the Black Sea and the Danube. The Delta is the nest of the richest diversity of life, a Biosphere Reserve declared by the Unesco. It is the largest Delta in Europe and a paradise for plants and wildlife.
The territory is inhabited by warm, welcoming people and the gastronomy based on fish dishes is absolutely to be tasted on!
Nowhere in Romania are there more churches, monasteries and hermitages on such a small territory, than in Bucovina. Most of them are centuries old, they are very well preserved and a lot of them have been included on the Unesco World Patrimony list.
Bucovina, also known as the Beech Country is inigualable beautiful and sweet. Settled in the north eastern part of Romania, at the border with Ukraine, Bucovina is the land of the painted monasteries, the warm people and the beautiful homemade food and drink.
Huge buildings that can only be imagined It's nice to see how Romania offers a very impressive number of fascinating sites. The striking combination of large-scale castles located in breathtaking places, palaces(...)
The fascinating variety of hiking trails Romania's vast territory allows tourists who come to visit, not only impressive historical sites, but also countless hiking routes that one can find throughout the(...)
The cities that takes us back in time Many of us sometimes dream that we can go back in time and be in ancient places, completely different from the modern spaces we live today. Wonderful Romania seems to be(...)