The Living Fires of Lopătari, Buzău are among the most mysterious, and unusual, phenomena you may find in nature.
Romania’s Sinaia mountain resort has been named Romania’s Best Ski Resort 2019 at the World Ski Awards. Bansko also took home top honors.
Romania and her neighbor the Republic of Moldova have launched a joint tourist route of historic and cultural sites. The route will cover 54 sites related to the famous Prince Ștefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great), who ruled from 1457 until 1504.
The “Charming Beijing” promotion event, kicked off on Monday at the Promenada Mall in northern Bucharest, the capital of Romania. The event headlined officials from both China and Romania bent on informing Romanians about China.
Foreign tourists spent more than €660 million euros in Romania in the first half of 2018, up 16% over 2017 y on y.
Sports Events 365 has signed a wide-ranging cooperation agreement with TUI TravelCenter, the Romanian subsidiary of TUI Group.
The City Hall of Borsa has relaunched a project aimed at building an Olympic ski slope in the Carpathians of Northern Romania. In addition to building the longest ski slope in Romania, the project aims to create a world-class support infrastructure.
According to figures from the Romanian National Institute of Statistics (Institutul National de Statistica) arrivals and overnight stays increased by 6.1 % and by 5.7 %, respectively over the last year.
Earlier this week a delegation from Turkey met with Constanta, Romania prefect Radu Volcinschi to discuss Constanta as a destination for “Development of Outdoor Adventure Tourism Network in Black Sea Region (DOOA).”
News from Bulgaria’s 8th Annual National Conference “Strategic Infrastructure Bulgaria 2013” tells of the government there prioritizing road infrastructure across the country but particularly along the Black Sea.
Mamaia, the Romanian destination on the Black Sea Coast has been granted with the title of “The World’s Most Fashionable Resort” at this year’s edition of Monaco International Clubbing Show.
As part of its efforts to enhance awareness and the prestige of Romanian culture, The Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) has been awfully busy lately, preparing a number of new initiatives aimed at boosting cooperation with both local and foreign organizations.
Medical Tourism – Challenges and Opportunities, and International conference on tourism takes place this week in Bucharest. The conference, attended primarily by medical tourism specialists, aims at discussing cross border medical tourism, among other key issues.
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.
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.