What comes to your mind when you think of Romania? Is it the legendary figure of Count Dracula, or the huge Palace of Parliament, the second-largest building in the world, or maybe the traditional Saxon villages and the gypsy with their colorful lifestyle.
Romania has so much more to offer! With a mixture of rich culture and history, amazing landscapes and ancient traditions, charming medieval towns, fairytale castles, and rural areas, UNESCO world heritage sites and a delicious BIO cuisine, Romania is a dream came true! Discover all these treasures and you’ll get the real Romanian experience!
Last of the Carpathian Forestry Railways - Mocanita in Maramures;
Transfagarasan –Top Gear’s best road in the world;
Cluj Napoca - European Youth Capital in 2015;
Curtea de Arges Monastery - the burial place of the kings and queens of Romania;
The three most famous medieval Saxon towns from Transylvania:
Sibiu (“the town that sees and hears everything” – you’ll find out why!),
Sighisoara (the best preserved medieval citadel in SE Europe, “so pretty that it should be arrested” a UNESCO site and also the birthplace of Dracula)
Brasov, the pearl of the medieval towns in Romania;
The unique Merry Cemetery from Sapanta;
The Painted Monasteries of Bucovina (UNESCO sites) - Some of the world’s greatest art treasures;
Dracula’s Castle - the world’s most famous castle;
Peles Castle - the most beautiful palace in Romania, once the summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family;
All these assorted with delicious traditional dishes and flavored with the best Romanian wines!