Sibiu is a city surrounded by a medieval atmosphere, full of tourist attractions and most of them can be found in the historical center of the city. We strongly recommend you to visit: The Council Tower The council tower is one of the most famous monuments of Sibiu and today is the result of several…Details
Maramures Country is one of the largest depression of the Carpathian chain, with an area of approximately 10,000 km² and a wide range of sights which worth visiting. The Merry Cemetery This cemetery is located in Sapanta, from Maramures County and it is famous because is the only cemetery in Romania where on the monuments and…Details
Bucovina is the perfect combination of tradition, history, religion, spirituality and modernism. The types of existing tourism here can include: cultural tourism, events tourism and leisure tourism. This area is also known as the “Land of Monasteries’. The Citadel This citadel was built by Petru I Musat and is a medieval citadel located on the eastern…Details
Sphinx of Bucegi Mountains Sphinx of Bucegi is an anthropomorphic megalith formed by the wind erosion and is located at 2216 m altitude. The name of Sphinx is due to its resemblance to a human head, specifically the Egyptian Sphinx. The Sphinx of Bucegi appeared in various films such as Dacia (1967), Haiducii lui Şaptecai (1971)…Details
The Black Church is the most representative historical monument of Brasov, and it represents the largest Gothic church in Transylvania. Originally, this church was called St. Mary Church and its construction began around 1380 and it was completed in 1477 because in 1421, after a Turkish invasion, a part of this building was destroyed. The present…Details
Râşnov is a town located 15 km far away from Brasov, on the river named Ghimbăşel, at 650 m altitude. Thanks to its geographical position, Râşnov provides a wide range of activities in the field of skiing and a wide range of tourism attractions including: Râşnov Citadel Rasnov is for the first time mentioned in 1331…Details
Dracula’s Castle is situated between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains, 30 km far away from Brasov.
The first documentary attestation dates from 1377, when Ludovic I D’Anjou gave the inhabitants of Brasov the privilege to build the citadel in the location of the old stronghold. Then, between 1419 and 1424, it entered in Sigismund’s possession. At the end of the 14th century, king Sigismund gave up the leadership of Bran Fortress in favor of Mircea cel Batran.Details
Sinaia is a town and mountain resort in Romania’s Prahova County, and it is named after Sinaia Monastery, around which it was built.
The city is officially documented first time around the year 1200. The city’s Orthodox Church is the oldest proof and one of the interesting places that you have to visit.Details
Sighisoara is a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1999, representing a small town in central Transylvania, where you can see and visit touristic objectives, although the real attraction is the medieval architecture which is well preserved that can give you a glimpse into the past centuries. 3 Touristic objectives in Sighisoara The Clock Tower Sighisoara’…Details