Culture

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

The Fortified Church from Prejmer: Almost Invincible For Centuries

Prejmer fortified church

The fortified church from Prejmer was conquered only once, but went through 50 sieges during its hundreds of years of existence. Read more ›

Moldovita Monastery: Rare Frescoes from the Medieval Ages

Moldovita Monastery

Moldovita Monastery is one of the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bucovina, all masterpieces inspired by the Byzantine art of the 15th and 16th centuries.  Read more ›

The Fortified Church from Cisnadioara: Over 800 Years of History

Cisnadioara Fortified Church

The fortified church from Cisnadioara is one of the oldest monuments around Sibiu, one of the seven citadels founded by the Saxons centuries ago. Read more ›

Corvin Castle: The Gothic Masterpiece of Transylvania

Corvin Castle

A fairy tale castle, a Gothic masterpiece and even a haunted looking place for Hollywood movies, Corvin Castle is the most impressive castle in Transylvania.  Read more ›

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Castles, fortresses & ruins

Histria: An Ancient Greek City by the Black Sea

Histria

Explore the ancient Greek city of Histria, the oldest city in present-day Romania, founded in the 7th century BC on the coast of the Black Sea. Read more ›

Churches

The Merry Cemetery: Even Death Can Become Funny

Merry Cemetery Sapanta

Discover the Merry Cemetery from Maramures, a world unique attraction where death looses its tragic touch only to become a colorful expression of life. Read more ›

Museums

The Florean Museum: Dazzling Contemporary Art in the Forest

florean museum

Explore the unique open-air Florean Museum with thousands of sculptures from all over the world on more than 40 hectares. 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 ›