Located in Bucharest, Romania, the Sun Plaza shopping center is an indoor shopping complex that landed a place in the Guinness Book of World Records in November of 2010, when it displayed an indoor Christmas lights decoration featuring 449,658 light bulbs.
Romania celebrates today Constantin Brâncuşi’s 135th birthday – a reason for Argophilia to invite you to Târgu Jiu, to see the sculptor’s finest outdoors works.
Foreign tourism in Romania is in recovery mode, but the country still has a lot to do to enrich the tourist market in the country with authentic values.
Visitors to Rogoz will find one of Romania’s greatest architectural treasures, a painstakingly detailed church known as the Wooden Church of the Holy Archangels. Situated along the valley of the Lapus River, where once a different church once stood in the spot, the current edifice was constructed in 1663 by the villagers of there.
The Buşteni Fun Park, the largest ski and winter activities theme park in Romania, has just been launched, offering 14000 square meters to kids learning how to ski or taking one of the thrill rides. Not only is Fun Park a great place for children to take a baby-ski ride, learn how to ski or take their sleighs down the slopes, it’s also a year-round theme park!
If you’re traveling to Bucharest and want to enjoy a relaxing afternoon or even a full day of pampering to brush off the exhaustion of sightseeing sprees or long business meetings, Velvet Spa & Wellness should be on your list. It is welcoming, warm and it makes you feel like your millions of miles away from the heavy traffic of day-to-day life in Romania’s capital city.
Argophilia is proud to announce another great gift of love from one of the world’s great photographic artists, Eugen Mihai. In keeping with Argophilia Travel’s vision to show the world the best of Eastern Europe, still another extraordinary talent has contributed inestimable worth to our project. We hope you enjoy today, and in the months to come, the award winning images of on Romania’s and Europe’s great photographers.
On a December 1st that was determined to mark the beginning of winter with extremely cold weather, cloudy skies and icy roads, Romanians around the world celebrated their National Day, marking the Great Union of the country.
Nicolas Cage’s official travel to Romania to film the sequel to Ghost Rider has been announced.
The Piatra Craiului Massif in Piatra Craiului National Park is one of the most spectacular and well known in Romania and even abroad, and has been described by generations of mountaineers.
Peleş Castle (Romanian: Castelul Peleş [kasˈtelul ˈpeleʃ]) is a Neo-Renaissance castle placed in an idyllic setting in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, on an existing medieval route linking Transylvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914; its inauguration was held in 1883.