Diana Condrea

February 1, 2016
Black Sea Coast

The Black Sea Coast: From Ancient Ruins to Modern Beaches

The Black Sea is one of the natural borders of Romania and a major tourist attraction, the busiest and most popular summer destination for Romanians.
January 26, 2016
Rarau Mountains

Rarau Mountains: Panoramic Views and Easy Hikes

One of the best-known images of Bucovina, Rarau Mountains create an unmistakable landscape of weird shaped rock formations and panoramic views.
January 19, 2016
Catholic Church Orsova

The Catholic Church from Orsova: The Place where Jesus meets Lenin

An architectural masterpiece of the 20th century, the Roman Catholic Cathedral from Orsova is a unique monument in both Romania and Europe.
January 12, 2016
reasons to visit Romania

10 Reasons to Visit Romania More Than Once

If you’re looking for reasons to visit Romania, then we give you not one, but 10 reasons to visit one of the most authentic countries in Europe.
December 18, 2015
Cantacuzino Castle

Cantacuzino Castle: The Legacy of a Great Byzantine Family

Monumental and opulent, Cantacuzino Castle is part of the impressive legacy of the Cantacuzino family whose origins go back to the Byzantines.
December 2, 2015
Brasov Council Square

Top 10 Things to Do in Brasov for the First Time Visitor

Our top 10 things to do in Brasov guide sums up the must-see attractions that make this city one of the best destinations in Romania.
November 25, 2015
Curtea de Arges Monastery

Curtea de Arges Monastery: Legends and Unique Architecture

Curtea de Arges Monastery is one of the most beautiful religious edifices in Romania, a place of great history, legends and inspiring architecture.
November 19, 2015
Cozia National Park

Cozia National Park: A Hiker’s Dream Destination in the Carpathians

Cozia National Park is a hiker's dream destination, and one of the most breathtaking protected areas in Romania and the Carpathians.
November 12, 2015
Enisala fortress

Enisala Fortress: The Genovese Legacy from the Black Sea

The only remaining medieval fortress from Dobrogea, Enisala tells the old story of a time when the powerful Genovese merchants controlled the Black Sea.