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

The Fortified Church of Saschiz: 500 Years Back in Time

fortified chuech of Saschiz

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Romania, the fortified church of Saschiz is one of the highlights of Transylvania’s Saxon heritage.  Read more ›

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 ›


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Castles, fortresses & ruins

Rupea Fortress: One of Transylvania’s Top Medieval Sites

Rupea Fortress

One of the most imposing and best-conserved fortresses in Transylvania, Rupea is a definite must on your cultural itinerary through central Romania.
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Curtea de Arges Monastery: Legends and Unique Architecture

Curtea de Arges Monastery

The monastery of Curtea de Arges is one of the most beautiful religious edifices in Romania, a place of great history, legends and inspiring architecture. Read more ›


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 in the forests of Maramures. Read more ›


Traditions in Romania: Dragobete and the Celebration of Love

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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

Sucevita Monastery: The Masterpiece of Painted Churches

Sucevita Monastery

Few religious monuments are as mesmerizing as Sucevita Monastery, one of the painted churches from Bucovina included on the UNESCO World Heritage list.  Read more ›