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Kategorie – Romania

Romania, a country in southeastern Europe, inspires with a rich culture, breathtaking nature and historical treasures.

The capital Bucharest impresses with its elegant boulevards, historic palaces and lively markets.

The Carpathian Mountains offer spectacular mountain landscapes, ideal conditions for hiking, skiing and outdoor adventures.

Famous for its medieval cities such as Brasov and Sibiu, Transylvania is a magnet for history and Dracula enthusiasts.

The Danube Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a paradise for birdwatching and boat trips.

Romanian cuisine spoils you with delicious dishes such as mămăligă (polenta) and sarmale (cabbage rolls).

Romania is a country that combines history and modernity, nature and culture in perfect harmony, delighting visitors with its diversity and hospitality.

Cluj-Napoca – The city trip for low-budget holidaymakers

by Esther Burmann From Germany by direct flight to the heart of Transylvania Summer is coming to an end and with it the high season for holiday trips to the beach or the mountains. Late summer and autumn are ideal for city trips due to the mild temperatures. But you often have to dig deep into your pocket for this. For those who prefer to travel on a low-budget and...

Bucharest – “Little Paris” and the “Gateway to the Orient”

Charming, melancholic, attractive, but also edgy and mischievous: Bucharest leads you to believe that it is Europe’s best-kept secret. Roma women in colourful skirts stand on the corners and offer flowers for sale, elegant people stroll along the inner city boulevards, restaurants with Italian cuisine and Mediterranean design flank the boulevard – cheerful...

Romania – Dracula is just a movie character

Times have also changed in Romania, although travelers can remember that just a few decades ago they had to knock on the door of the village priest to secure a camp for the night. In the meantime, Romania has shed the status of a tourist developing country, and even in the most remote regions of Maramures or the Banat, the sign “Retea turistica” can be...