Culture

Uncover diverse cultural attractions in Romania, from unique UNESCO Heritage Sites to rare traditions, unconventional museums and Antiquity ruins.

Sarmizegetusa Regia: The Legendary Capital of the Dacians

Sarmizegetusa Regia

Hidden in the dense forests of the Carpathians, Sarmizegetusa Regia is one of the oldest, most surprising and mysterious attractions in Romania.  Read more ›

The Choral Temple: The Must-See Jewish Heritage of Bucharest

Choral Temple Bucharest

The most impressive synagogue in Romania – the Choral Temple – is the surviving testimony of what was once the strong Jewish community of Bucharest.  Read more ›

Top Open-Air Museums in Romania You Should Visit

open air museums in Romania

We hope that our top open-air museums in Romania guide we’ll make you curious to visit as many as possible as each and single one of them is a must-see.  Read more ›

Banffy Castle: From Medieval Times to Electric Music

banffy castle

If you’re wondering what history, ruins, tales of castles and electric music all have in common, the answer is simple: Banffy Castle from Bontida. Read more ›

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Castles, fortresses & ruins

The Millennial Capital: Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa

Ulpia Traiana Sarmisegetuza

Explore the ruins of one of the oldest cities in Romania, Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa, the Roman capital of conquered Dacia. Read more ›

Churches

Sinaia Monastery: Where Royalty Meets Faith

sinaia-monastery

Visit Sinaia Monastery, a must-see attraction close to the finest castle in Romania, Peles, the former royal residence from the Carpathians. Read more ›

Museums

Cultural Highlights in Bucharest: The Art Collections Museum

Art Collection Museums

Take at least three hours to explore at your own pace the Art Collections Museum from Bucharest and its see over 12,000 exhibits. Read more ›

Traditions

Traditions in Romania: Dragobete and the Celebration of Love

Best things to do in Sibiu

Before Valentine’s Day, Romania celebrated its own day of love, Dragobetele, a symbol of youth, love, hope and nature rebirth. Read more ›

UNESCO Heritage

Calnic Fortified Church: A Landmark of the Saxon Heritage

Calnic Fortified Church

The fortified church of Calnic is one of the seven fortified churches from Transylvania included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Read more ›