Romania comprises of a perfect blend of beautiful scenic mountain landscapes, unspoiled country side areas, historic and vibrant cities that makes for a perfect destination. With fortified churches and painted monasteries amongst pristine landscapes in this contemporary rustic country, a lot of visitors from around the world travel here for an exotic experience.
Begin your exciting travel at the city of Iasi, where visitors can experience the wonderful architectural beauty of churches here. Next, visit the exciting cineaste city of Cluj – Napoca before you move onto the beautiful city of Timisoara filled with lush parks and gardens surrounding the public square. The next destination should be the city of Brasov, where visitors can experience the beautiful fairy tale turrets and cobbled streets before moving to the city of Ploiesti known for its oil productions and refining industries. Move onto Bucharest, the capital city of Romania for some of the best museums in the country before ending your journey at Craiova that comprises of a perfect blend of the rustic countryside and the modern day society.
Romania is not without its iconic and mesmerizing attractions that comprise a perfect mix of its ancient history and the new contemporary culture. Lovers of music can visit the iconic concert hall of the Romanian Athenaeum for its beautiful ornate interiors that comprise intricate works of neoclassical art. The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is the perfect place to experience the artifacts of the Romanian peasant life from the 20th century. Visitors can experience the iconic Stavropoulos Monastery with its beautiful branscovenesc style of architecture and its Byzantine music. No visit to this country will be completed without a tour of the Bran Castle, famously known as ‘Dracula’s castle’ that houses the different art and furniture during the era of King Ferdinand I and Queen Marie.
The cuisines of Romania comprises of a unique blend of the Oriental, Austrian and the French with additional unique elements. Visitors can sample the delicious Sarmale, Mamaliga and the Bulz which are the local and traditional Romanian meals. Traditional sausages like the torchitura and the mici are a common delight amongst the locals. For the vegan fanatics, the Dobrogean or Bulgarian salad is must have. Food adventurers can try the drob, which is a local haggis like dish. Wash down these meals with the delectable local wine or beer to complete your authentic Romanian meal.
Although Romania is predominantly a rural country, it still has plenty of activities visitors can indulge in. apart from visiting the local religious and ancient structures, visitors can also hike some of the several lush green hills and forests in the summer, while winter makes it the perfect destination for skiing. Most of the harbors here have private boating facilities where a private boat can be hired for a cruise around the delta. The beaches here are an ideal location for camping and a quick swim if the weather permits it.
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