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.
Greek officials meet with Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies in initial steps to create a Greek school of tourism. HATTA expresses complete satisfaction with the progress made at this early meeting to engage the school travel market niche.
EU Ambassasors and Moldova official begin hammering out free-visa rules. Meetings in Luxembourg today may signal a new era of travel to and from one of Eastern Europe’s most difficult countries to travel to. European Commission authoring of a new protocol will be needed, but it is expected Moldova’s new tourism goals match those of the Russian Federation.
Nicolas Cage’s official travel to Romania to film the sequel to Ghost Rider has been announced.
The Bay of Bengal holds a million wonders for the visitor. But Puri Beach holds a special place in the lives of so many people who live in India. For one beach comber, a tribute to her father’s favorite seaside destination reveals the spirit of one of India’s most popular attractions.
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.
Barsana is one of the wooden churches in Maramures, a beautiful synthesis of Eastern and Western European architecture, with Gothic and Byzantine elements.