Romania is generally known for Dracula, Vlad Țepeș, the Carpathian Mountains, Dacia cars, Dacians (our forebears), Hagi, Nadia Comaneci, wine, The Black Sea, George Enescu and Brâncuși. These are just the tip of the iceberg. Let us take you on a journey through time, from the beginning to present.
  • ASTRA National Museum Complex
    Located in the center of Romania, in Sibiu, the ASTRA National Museum Complex is the most important ethnomuseum institution in Romania. Conceived under the auspices of the Transylvanian Association for Romanian Literature and Culture of the Romanian People – an institution founded in 1861 – ASTRA Museum – then the Association Museum – opened its […]
  • The Sphinx of the Bucegi Mountains
    The Sphinx of the Bucegi Mountains is an anthropomorphic megalith located at 2216 m altitude, measuring 8 meters high and 12 meters wide. The origin of the name of the Sphinx is due to its resemblance to a human head, more precisely to the resemblance of the Egyptian Sphinx, its formation being due to wind […]
  • Câmpulung Moldovenesc
    Câmpulung Moldovenesc (Moldovian Longfield) is located in the central-western part of Suceava County in the intramountain depression of the same name on the middle course of the Moldova River
  • Clocota Waterfall
    Clocota Waterfall is located on the edge of the Geoagiu-Băi spa resort, in Hunedoara County, and is one of the most beautiful in the county.
  • The Rodna Mountains are the second largest national park in the country
    The Rodna Mountains are the second largest national park in the country and one of the best preserved glacial landscapes.
  • The Cișmigiu Park
    The Cișmigiu Park was built in 1847, at a time when Bucharest was the capital of Wallachia, on a site formerly known as Lacul lui Dura neguțătorul