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 oldest mining town in Romania, dating back 1870 years ago, with rich mineral resources and a gold mine.
You can't say that you've visited Romania if you haven't seen Sighișoara, the most beautiful fortress-city in Europe.
Visiting monasteries is a unique and emotional experience, and Romania has plenty of monasteries to choose from.
Sighisoara is considered to be one of the most beautiful fortresses in Europe. It has been kept almost intact, and it is one of the few places where medieval houses are inhabited.
One of the best hotels to stay in Sighisoara. Excellent location, in the middle of the citadel.
The Carpathian Mountains are a densely forested mountainous area, with lots of resorts and interesting places to explore.
A city dating back to 1212, influenced by many cultures over the years: the Romans, the Tatars, the Turkish.
Why is Romanian food so special? Because it's a mixture of Turkish and Hungarian and of course, Latin influences.
The clock museum, unique among the museums in Romania, introduces the visitor in the world of clocks, whatever their type might be.
A land of diversity, ruggedly beautiful, Romania has a lot to offer to its visitors, from traditional villages, where customs are being kept for thousands of years, to medieval castles and impressive landscapes. Cruise through the channels of the Danube Delta in the south or visit the villages in the northern part of the country, you'll be amazed.
This villages provide a picture of the cultural landscape of Southern Transylvania and illustrate building styles from the 13th to the 16th century.
The most well kept and the strongest medieval church in Eastern Europe, a UNESCO site since 1999.
The touristic offer in the area of Maramures is so rich and diverse, the only thing that is not available here being the sea.