Last week Accor opened the Mercure Timisoara, the group’s first hotel in the western Romania city.
The Living Fires of Lopătari, Buzău are among the most mysterious, and unusual, phenomena you may find in nature.
Romania’s Sinaia mountain resort has been named Romania’s Best Ski Resort 2019 at the World Ski Awards. Bansko also took home top honors.
Romania and her neighbor the Republic of Moldova have launched a joint tourist route of historic and cultural sites. The route will cover 54 sites related to the famous Prince Ștefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great), who ruled from 1457 until 1504.
The “Charming Beijing” promotion event, kicked off on Monday at the Promenada Mall in northern Bucharest, the capital of Romania. The event headlined officials from both China and Romania bent on informing Romanians about China.
Foreign tourists spent more than €660 million euros in Romania in the first half of 2018, up 16% over 2017 y on y.
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.