In the heart of Transylvania, this is a beautiful city, with a long and rich history, enjoying the best of both Romanian and Hungarian cultures.
Constantin Brancusi is a name with a strong resonance in the world, whenever Romania in mentioned in a discussion.
Thirty hectares of dry and arid soil, dotted with miniature volcanoes- this is the scenery of the natural geological reservation from Buzau.
This giant human head rock on top of the Bucegi Mountains has sparked the interest of the curious along the years.
The Carpathian Mountains are a densely forested mountainous area, with lots of resorts and interesting places to explore.
It is the second largest air museum in the world. Situated at 4 kilometers from the city Sibiu, it presents the wonderful world of the Romanian villages.
The Parâng mountain group is a subgroup of mountains in the Southern Carpathians and it is the second highest in Romania, after Fagaras Mountains.
The memorial “Shot Pillars” honours the martyrs from the December 1989 Revolution in Cluj, Transylvania, an artwork that delights both eye and the mind.
The clock museum, unique among the museums in Romania, introduces the visitor in the world of clocks, whatever their type might be.
An experience like this is not only new and unique, but also reinvigorating and healthy.
Sighisoara is an old fortress-city in the center of Romania, founded by German craftsmen and merchants, the Saxons of Transylvania.
In the beginning of the 16th century, when the pressure of the Turkish armies was at it's highest point, the local artists of Moldavia found a simple and direct way of transmitting the essence of an age-old tradition: they covered the walls of five churches with what we can call a truly "illustrated Bible". In a time when Michelangelo said that "frescoes are the most difficult and daring paintings", the Moldavian painters created works comparable with the great European masterpieces, and even more than that, their frescoes hide secrets that have not been discovered not even in our days. What no one can find out, is how the colors managed to resist in time, without changing their shade. The painted churches of Moldavia are part of the orthodox monasteries in Suceava county and Bucovina. Seven of these churches are part of the UNESCO World Heritage, since 1993. The most famous of all is Voronet, raised by Stefan the Great in only three months, and enlarged by his son, Petru Rares. Th