Earlier this month the luxurious private estate of Romania’s late communist leader, Nicolae Ceausescu was opened to the public. The massive 80 room “Spring Palace” (Palatul Primaverii), designed to the president’s specifications, was the Ceausescu family home for over 25 years. Here’s a look at the former Romanian leader’s estate, and at how Romanians view […]
“Wild Forever”, the third and the final part of the Wild Carpathia series – a unique trilogy about the priceless majesty of the Romanian forests and mountains, will be broadcast in Romania by Travel Channel UK on November 8th.
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.
The Romanian tourism industry has been on the rise in 2012, according to the latest data from the National Institute of Statistics which show growth for several performance metrics for this sector. With more than 6.2 million foreign tourists visiting Romania in the first 9 months of the year, up 5.8% from last year, the […]
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.
Romania seems to be an ideal destination for Hollywood productions. A series of famous movies, featuring many Hollywood stars, were set on Romanian territory.
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 […]
With a huge potential for tourism, and a growing number of travelers every year, Romania has become a popular destination among European travelers.
It would be Romanian tourism’s biggest boost since Count Dracula. The tiny Transylvanian village of Viscri has surprisingly been mentioned as one of the potential honeymoon destinations for Prince William and soon-to-be Princess Kate.
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.