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Garbova, ruins and legendsDiscover the hidden treasures of Transylvania and find out more about the fortified church from Garbova.
Tour of Romania with Rick StevesIn May and June 2016 we had the chance of having Rick Steves, together with his team, as our guest. Although they were not in Romania for the first time, it was still the first time they were about to produce a travel documentary about Bucharest, Transylvania, and Maramures.
Why should you take a Romania Photo Tour?Though not too much is known about this ancient Eastern European country, Romania is becoming more and more popular with tourists from all around the world - and most of all, with photographers who are eager to discover its natural beauty and rich historical legacy of medieval cities, castles and citadels, picturesque Orthodox churches, quaint villages, and most of all, the Romanian people.
Short incursion in the history of BucovinaBucovina is known today for its painted churches, good food, beautiful landscape and traditional crafts. Beside these, it has a long and interesting history.
Location, neighbors, size-population, cities, geography, weatherMany of you might think that Romania is located in the eastern part of Europe, in fact, when asked where have you been, most of you will say that you have been in Eastern Europe. Well, this is wrong. Romania is located pretty much in the center of Europe, almost the half distance from the western and eastern fringes of Europe (2600km roughly). If Romania is an eastern European country then what can we say about Azerbaijan, Georgia or about the people who live in the western part of the Ural Mountains?
Travel back in time to Lonely Planet’s best destination for 2016: Transylvania and... its fortified churches
Known for quite some time as the birthplace of Dracula’s Legend, Transylvania was recently named by Lonely Planet as the must-see region for 2016. But Dracula has little to do with Transylvania being a wonderful tourist destination. Rather, it has …
Spring traditions in RomaniaThe "martisor" is, in popular tradition, a symbol of weeks, months and years gathered and twisted into a string with two colors, the colors representing the winter and the summer. It represents a present given to the women on the first of March. The richer families had "martisoare" with strings made of silver and gold. Children would wear it tied to their hand, on their chests or around their necks.
Seven important things to look for when booking a tour to Romania
I have been working in the travel industry for more than twenty years now, and I can tell you that booking a tour to visit Romania is not something challenging or even difficult. Moreover, if you are lucky enough to …