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Travel period: 7 days / 6 nights
For those who love Dracula, Transylvania will give them a temptation hard to refuse, a better one: intimate stories about sacrifices, life and death stories, histories and places of worship, quiet places, others crowded and warm, monumental sights, cool air, medieval scent. Thus, from Transylvania, tourists will receive more than expected from the coffin of the vampire Count - authenticity. And the way to retrieve or discover the origins, the Romanian traditions, is really combined in Maramures. Here, the national costume changes from being a museum exhibit to a daily suit during holidays, and the sweet say, the food and beliefs are transposed from the touring albums simple daily habits.
Travel period: 6 days / 5 nights
The passenger’s travel diary catches the moment when, as if from nowhere, the beauty of faith reveals itself. This represents the faith in good, beautiful, in truth and in the travels that the soul occasionally needs be fulfilled.
In terms of sightseeings, Bucovina creates expectations - which the travel to the painted monasteries of Bucovina entirely fulfill. Here, beauty softens with fascination for the creator. The blue of these places is unique in the world. And silence loses its everyday pressure, becoming relief.
Travel period: Half a day
Romania's capital, cultural, economic and social center of the country, was established more than five hundred years ago. And yet, Bucharest is still looking to define itself in the eyes of the inhabitants and visitors alike. In the '30s, Bucharest was known as "Little Paris" because of its boulevards lined with trees, and, since then, the city sought to meet the expectations created by the "Little Paris" name. Today, Bucharest finally shows the first signs of courage to recognize its authenticity. Not by comparison, not by "borrowing", but by building its own characteristics - for that Bucharest is now a teenager.
One day round trip to Sinaia
Distance: 120 km from Bucharest
Nature, peace, comfort and privacy. All these are attributes of the mountain resort Sinaia situated in Prahova Valley. And all these support the charm of this place since the first hours spent here. At the foot of the Bucegi mountains, on the plateau descending to Prahova Valley, at an altitude of 800-1000 m, Sinaia seems a living city just for tourists, in armony with their feelings, generous with natural beauty
Travel period: 4 days
Looks fly from one rooftop to another, from confused image of statues in the central markets to the rhythmic movements of walks, from pastel colours and the intuitive curiosity to study what happens beyond the high, Saxon fences. Because, what Sibiu, Sighisoara and Brasov have in common, are the panoramas with therapeutic effects upon the soul. Beyond the silence, grandeur and beauty of cities, the panoramic view of the cities shares with each tourist a bit of the dream having a photographer’s career.
Travel period: 1 day
In the castles of the medieval town lived those who contributed to the welfare of village. Tanners, potters, firemen, masons or locksmiths - each guild was in charge of a defense tower and the others were excluded, living outside the fortress’s walls. That was the order in the medieval Sibiu.
Meanwhile, Austrian principalities have left their mark on the habits and radically altered the course of things, in dozens bittersweet years in which the Saxons adopted the Romanians and vice versa. So, today we owe Sibiu equally to the Saxons: they speak only as much about Maria Teresa here as in Vienna!
The legacy is even more valuable the more Hermannstadt is a multicultural city, where the dialogue is set between faiths and architectural styles.
Travel period: 3 days / 2 nights
Travel period: 4 days / 3 nights
Here, nothing is left to chance. And everything is legend. From the alley recognized at European level, the Rope’s Street, and up to the tragedy of the biggest Gothic monument in Romania – the Black Church, the curiosities of Brasov write each day a legend. The modern combines with history, once mingled with the old style of buildings and streets. The Gothic, the Roman, the Renaissance, the Baroque, the Art Nouveau, Brancoveanu styles - are all present in the fortress’, churches’, cathedrals’ and the gates’ walls, which Brasov harmoniously hosts.
Spring in the town’s square, Piata Sfatului, is fresh, and in autumn the air is colorful. Winters are magical and summers are intimate. Here, where chance is met with grace, the citizen’s life slowly flows among the cameras and the admiring gaze of tourists. Because the silence over the city watches upon the local legends and makes any other stories to be redundant.