Starting with August 1st, Padina Plateau in the heart of Bucegi Mountains, Romania, hosts the 3rd edition of Padina Fest, a five-day festival of mountain sports, environmental education programs, folk and rock concerts, as well as outdoor movie nights and lots of surprises.
Most Romanians like me may love to travel abroad during the hot months of Summer, but on the flip side, Eastern Europe developed into a fashionable destination among travelers in search of culture and authenticity, an increasingly number of foreign tourists has begun to target Romania as an excellent travel spot.
Research and Markets has just released their “Romania Tourism Report Q3 2012” report analyzing the country’s tourism industry and top players in the market which shows a downwards trend for the January-February 2012 period. The report is based on an analysis of statistical data on indicators such as the number of cross border foreign visitors, both by country […]
Sinaia is a mountain resort situated in Prahova Valley, Romania, famous for its tumultuous history, winter sports, outdoor activities and lovely surroundings.
One of the most exciting ways of exploring Romania is to choose a wine route and to spoil yourself in history, relics of voievodic courts, royal manors, attics, wine museums and ancient cellars, constantly guided by the peerless taste of wine.
Between 6 and 13 May, Sibiu, a medieval city located in Transylvania, becomes a lively party scene, by hosting the Sibiu Jazz Festival, following a 42-years tradition of quality music and prestigious artists performing on the city’s stages. This year’s edition of Sibiu Jazz Festival will be spiced up with a bit of Baroque music, […]
The Eastern European Vintage Bike Rally, also known as the Dracula Rally, invites vintage bike enthusiasts to Turda, Romania, in the 3rd weekend of July.
Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao, the two UEFA Europa League finalists will meet on May 9 at the National Arena in Bucharest, to play the European match of the year.
Romania seems to be an ideal destination for Hollywood productions. A series of famous movies, featuring many Hollywood stars, were set on Romanian territory.
EUROPAfest, Bucharest’s international music festival takes place May 4 to 19, promising quality live music – Jazz, Blues, Pop and classic – and a great time.
According to Mediafax, the main news agency in Romania, one of the largest low-cost flight companies, Blue Air has recently announced its intention in building a new airport in Bucharest.
A little village in Argeș county – Corbi – will host Sunday, April 29 the first edition of its own Romanian Traditions Festival.