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Top 12 popular things to do in Brasov

Top 12 popular things to do in Brasov

Highlights of Transylvania - a complete city guide of Brasov

A visit to Romania should definitely include a stop in the medieval city of Brasov, one of the most popular highlights of Transylvania. Check out a complete Brasov city guide which will help you organize your trip to Romania and …

 
Photo Travel Destinations in Romania

Photo Travel Destinations in Romania

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.
 
Highlights of Transylvania

Highlights of Transylvania

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 …

 
Want to book a trip to Romania?

Want to book a trip to Romania?

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

 
Vampires, Dracula and Transylvania

Vampires, Dracula and Transylvania

Who's afraid of Dracula?

Legends of vampires have existed for centuries, even millennia. The Mesopotamians, the Romans, even the Ancient Greeks, all had blood-drinking entities in their culture which can be considered the ancestors of modern vampires. Nevertheless, the image and description of these spirits/entities, as we know them today, date from the 18th century – and from nowhere else than Southeastern Europe and particularly Transylvania.