Coming up later this month, the Arad International Expo kicks off the Gardenia Flower Fair from April 19 through April 22. Some 40 plus exhibitors from Romania and Hungary will show off some of the most exotic and beautiful plants anywhere. Arad, Romania, in the far West of the country near the Hungary border, will […]
May 1st or more commonly, May Day is a national holiday in more than 80 countries, but for Romanians, the day bears more meanings than you’d expect. If in most countries the day is celebrated as the International Workers’ Day, Romania celebrates it as the beginning of the holiday season… more or less. Of course, […]
Business travel is not always as entertaining as it could be, it’s not even a vacation, after all. But, with good time management, business travelers to Bucharest should find ways to soak up of the local culture and to explore the city’s main attractions when not at the board table.
With a huge potential for tourism, and a growing number of travelers every year, Romania has become a popular destination among European travelers.
Transylvania is a real hidden gem, so beautiful you almost don’t want to tell other people about it in case a flood of tourists come and spoil its peaceful backwater atmosphere. Go there now, before everyone else finds out.
Like other Christian countries around the world, Easter is celebrated with the same fervor in Romania but there are still certain traditions and unique rituals which make it different from other nations.
Romania, get ready! Famous DJs, exceptional performers and an opulent atmosphere of music, dance, lights, theatre, choreography and pyrotechnics effects promise to transform Bucharest into an “Ocean of White”.
Instead aligning prices and services to other East European countries, Romanian hoteliers prefer to maintain fees that don’t attract tourists and cause them a greater financial loss. Add to this the low quality of the customer service practiced by most seaside hotels in Romania, and you get a full picture.
Romania’s European Capital of Culture in 2007, Sibiu is not only an important cultural center of Romania, but one of the most beautiful cities in the country.
Claiming itself to be the largest shopping center in Eastern Europe, Sun Plaza Mall was inaugurated on February 25, 2010 and since then, has received two CIJ Awards in the categories of “Best Shopping Centre Development” and “Best Overall Development” and it has also achieved an official record, accepted by the Guinness Book – In 2010, it created the world’s largest indoor Christmas display, using 449,658 lights.
Romania is to team up with the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in order to boost its travel credentials, staging a unique International Conference on Balneary and Health Care Tourism in the country.
In Romania, this holiday is a reason of joy for ladies, especially mothers, as they are rewarded with flowers and gifts for the happiness they bring into our lives.