Romania is a land of natural beauty and diversity and a rich cultural heritage.
A journey of a few hours by car or train can take you from the Danube River to a beautiful, intact, medieval town in Transylvania; from Bucharest – Romania’s capital city – to the Black Sea; from Southern Transylvania to Bucovina or Maramures.
Legends, like that of Count Dracula, or the authentic history of Romania are testimonies of its fascinating history. This kind of testimonies can also be found inside the wooden churches of Transylvania or in the artistic thesaurus of the Bucovina Monasteries with their churches entirely covered with 16th century frescoes on the outside walls, appearing among hills and woods as an illustrated Bible open on all the pages. You can admire the traditional villages where time stopped a long time ago, where the horse carriage is the main vehicle and the food still comes from the back yard.
Discover the Danube Delta, the largest natural reserve in Europe, a paradise for fishermen and birdwatchers of wild land with just a few fishermen villages and only waterways (no roads, no cars).