Category: Romania travel destinations
Transylvania is a destination rich in history, with beautiful scenery, ancient traditions, quaint villages and enchanting castles. Widely known as the home of Vlad the Impaler, or Dracula, travellers will be delighted with the adorable medieval towns of Brasov and Sighisoara, surrounded by the soaring Carpathian Mountains and the charming Transylvania hotels offering hospitable accommodation in stunning natural scenery.
Transylvania Destination Guide
Transylvania is a relatively new option for holiday travel among tourists. This is surprising since you can find a wide range of fascinating wildlife, folklore and landscapes in the region. Transylvania is ideal for the tourist looking for a getaway from the usual overcrowded beach or resort. The country has not changed much in the last 50 years and tradition, folklore and culture are still an integral part of the daily life in many Transylvanian villages.
Carpathians – a mountain arc, which nature has gifted to Romania, apparently for good luck. And nothing has changed– Bran Castle appears exactly as described in Bram Stocker ‘s novel more than 100 years ago.
The city of joy, “the littleParis”, the city-dump – it’s all about Bucharest. And it’s all true. The beauty of it is that Bucharest does not disappoint. The Eiffel Tower may not seem like such a majestic Colosseum – just ordinary rubble, but Bucharest- is, as expected, gray, empty, naked and rather gloomy town. And in this way it’s attractive, and when you’re there, don’t forget to do the following TEN things: