The City Hall of Borsa has relaunched a project aimed at building an Olympic ski slope in the Carpathians of Northern Romania. In addition to building the longest ski slope in Romania, the project aims to create a world-class support infrastructure.
Ploieşti, the county seat of Prahova County in Wallachia, Romania, will celebrate 420 years since it was historically mentioned in documents during the reign of Michael the Brave, Prince of Wallachia.
The mud volcanoes at Pâclele Mari are one of Buzau’s (Romania) most interesting attractions. A trip with family and friends turns unforgettable in this literary reportage by Liliana Steffens.
We mark Easter with an Orthodox tradition from Romania: beautifully decorated Easter Eggs and some of the legends surrounding this ancient art.
Carei in the Crişana region of Romania is a small medieval market town at the border with Hungary. It is charming and peaceful, a surprising destination.
Mărţişor is a lucky charm with a long history and universal tradition. It is found in Romania, but also in Moldova, and neighboring Bulgaria, as well as – to a lesser extent – other Eastern European countries.
Like Cupid or Eros, Dragobete can be considered a god of love. Traditionally celebrated on February 24, it is the Romanian equivalent to Valentine’s Day.
Vegan travelers will find Bucharest adequate for their dietary needs. Besides vegan restaurants, mainstream eateries now have vegan menus.
The Romanian Tourism Fair (Targul de Turism al Romaniei) takes place at the Romexpo Exhibition Centre in Bucharest on February 16-19, 2017.
For a romantic Valentine’s Day in Romania, check out the special offer by Hotel Alpin Poiana Brasov. Prices start at as low as 45 €/person.
Holidays booked by Romanians in November and December this year (early booking) went up by 55%, on average, compared to last year, according to Christian Tour. At the top of the list of destinations are Turkey, Greece, and Mallorca.
The Transylvanian citadel of Sighisoara is famous for being the birthplace of Vlad Tepes (Dracula, anyone?), a still inhabited Medieval stronghold (UNESCO World Heritage Site), and for its Medieval Festival that happens every year in August or September. Yet beyond the culture, the history, and the Goth passion for vampires, there are restaurants, cafes, and […]