About Romania


Nature and Culture are the words that best capture the essence of Romania, dynamic country rich in history, art and scenic beauty. 

Romania offers the traveler countless unique travel experiences waiting to be discovered.

Romania cities

Just click on the name of the city to find out more about it… Browse through the list and find your travel inspiration !

Romania’s Castles and Fortresses

Universal literature found valuable sources of inspiration in some of Romania’s castles, with the most famous novels written about them being “The Castle in the Carpathians” by Jules Verne and “Dracula” by Bram Stoker.

Romanian traditions and customs

The culture of Romania is a unique culture, which is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. Romanians, are the descendants of The Dacian people, one of the major indigenous peoples of the Balkans.  During late Antiquity and Middle Ages, the major influences came from the Slavic peoples who migrated and settled south of the Danube; from medieval Greeks, and the Byzantine Empire; from a long domination by the Ottoman Empire; from the Hungarians; and from several other neighboring peoples. Modern Romanian culture emerged and developed with many other influences as well, partially that of Central and Western Europe.

Romania’s waters: rivers, lakes, waterfalls

Danube River, Danube Delta, the most spectacular waterfall in the world, glaciar lake and a lot more of these… We got them all !

Tips & Tricks

Before coming into or visiting Romania you should read this section, it will come in handy in a lot of situations.


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