An interesting travel statistic for the Romanian tourism sector for 2012. It turns out some 218,000 Austrians visited Romania last year, a 14% increase over the previous numbers. The Austrian travelers also spent upwards of €52 million in the country, this according to Romania Insider.
A guide to Romania’s best skiing destinations from the trendy resorts of Prahova Valley to Bucovina and Maramures’ picturesque alpine villages.
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.
Recent data from the Romanian Federation of Tourism Employers (FPTR) shows some 650,000 plus tourists having arrived from outside the country in Bucharest every year. The data shows most tourists taking advantage of Bucharest hotels are in fact business travelers.
Good news for Romania tourism, leading tour operators TUI and ITS have decided not to withdraw from the market there for the coming year. According to the news, the Romanian Ministry of Tourism and Regional Development’s (MDRT’s) recent talks with the German companies ended in success apparently.
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.
Coming up later this month, the Arad International Expo kicks off the Gardenia Flower Fair from April 19 through April 22. Some 40 plus exhibitors from Romania and Hungary will show off some of the most exotic and beautiful plants anywhere. Arad, Romania, in the far West of the country near the Hungary border, will […]
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.
Claiming itself to be the largest shopping center in Eastern Europe, Sun Plaza Mall was inaugurated on February 25, 2010 and since then, has received two CIJ Awards in the categories of “Best Shopping Centre Development” and “Best Overall Development” and it has also achieved an official record, accepted by the Guinness Book – In 2010, it created the world’s largest indoor Christmas display, using 449,658 lights.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Bulgarian officials foresee a great year for Winter sports. With incentives and prices too good to be true, and ski resorts capable of competing with any in the world, Bulgaria’s ski paradise beacons any in search of powder on a budget.