Beyond landmarks and typical attractions, Vatra Dornei is a place for active holidays, where adrenalin seekers can enjoy everything from ATV rides, to river rafting and more.
The route is an initiative of the Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism to increase the appeal of the capital as a tourist destination.
The 43rd edition of the traditional shepherd festival Nedeia Munţilor will open tomorrow, July 15, and last till Sunday, July 17, 2011.
The Peninsula Music Festival 2011, comes to the Transylvania city of Târgu Mureş (below) August 25th through 28th, promising yet another music experience of a lifetime. Known in Romania as Sziget (peninsula) Festival, and in Hungarian as Félsziget Festival, the music event has grown to become one of the most anticipated in all Europe. No matter who calls the event what, Transylvania is about to rock.
For the second year in a row, Bucharest will host the Bucharest Classic Car Show, an event organized by World Trade Center Bucharest, and the Retromobil Club of Romania.
The seven Eastern European countries that share the Carpathian Mountains have made an important deal to jointly manage the development of sustainable tourism in the region, it has been announced. Sustainable tourism is of course, fundamentally important to the region, hence the countries willingness to adopt the UN Environment Program and UNWTO-drafted Protocol on Sustainable […]
Aside five-star luxury accommodation in Romania’s walled old town, the Fronius Residence offers free guided tours of the Citadel.
The region of Piatra Neamt, with its beautiful surroundings – nature parks, medieval fortresses, traditional villages, monasteries and year round festivals – is a travel operator’s dream. It’s a place that is bursting with tourism potential, and yet, it just hasn’t happened. The problems lie not just with the local authorities, but with local tour […]
It would be Romanian tourism’s biggest boost since Count Dracula. The tiny Transylvanian village of Viscri has surprisingly been mentioned as one of the potential honeymoon destinations for Prince William and soon-to-be Princess Kate.
Holiday Market, an international tourism fair, opened its gates at The Parliament Palace in Bucharest on March 17. The fair remains open till Sunday March 20, 2011.
Romania and Bulgaria celebrate the 1st of March with a very interesting tradition. Mărțișor in Romania, and Martenitsa in Bulgaria, are all about welcoming the upcoming spring, and more.
Dragobete, the Romanian celebration of love, is gaining momentum. If you are a Romanian, Happy Dragobete!