Places to visit in Romania

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The capital, commercial and cultural center of the country, famous for its old city, Curtea Veche Palace, the government building, museums and churches.
Alba Iulia
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The city is located in Transylvania and was a medieval capital in the Roman Empire. It is home to the Roman Catholic cathedral, the Habsburg citadel, the Batthyaneum library with more than 60,000 rare documents that represent the rich history of the country.
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It is a modern city which dates back to the 4th century. The most known places here are the Stirbei castle, the Saint Barbara Church and the huge Trotus Salt Mine.
Băile Herculane
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It is a small town in the valley of a river, located between mountains, famous for its 16 thermal springs, each with an unique mineral content.
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A small and picturesque Transilvanian town surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. In its center, you can find the remnants of the medieval Saxon walls and the Gothic Black Church.
Parcul Natural Bucegi
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Located in the mountains, the park protects landscapes of forests, canyons, caves, waterfalls and valleys. The are 39 hiking trails and a lot of ski resorts here.
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One of the biggest, most vibrant cities of the country, established in the 2nd century. Here you can find examples of the 18th century architecture, the old Gothic St. Michael's Church and the Banffy Palace.
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One of the largest port cities on the Black Sea with a 2,000-year-old history. You can find Romanic mosaic tiled floors displayed here, along with the Great Mahmudiye Mosque, the Archaeology Museum and its park.
Parcul Național Apuseni
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Located in the Apuseni Mountains, it was created to protect rare Romanian cave fauna and unique flora. It is highly forested, with fascinating rivers and caves.
Baia Mare
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It is a key Romanian mining center where gold and silver are extracted. Its old main square known as Piața Libertății has royal buildings around.
Castelul Bran
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It is one of the most beautiful fortresses of the country that ilustrates the legend of Vlad Tepeș, the inspiration for the famous Count Dracula.
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It is a university town and a regional center that used to be an important strategical center in the Dacian time. Its oldest building is the Church of Cosuna Monastery.
Delta Dunării
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The Danube River travels through 9 countries and 4 capitals. Its delta is home to over 5,500 species of unique flora and fauna, making it one of the most biologically diverse in the world.
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This city is located at the northeast of the country, close to the border with Moldova. It is called "the city of the hundred churches", while the main attractions here ar the St. Paraschiva Metropolitan Cathedral, the Renaissance Orthodox Church and the Three Hierarchs Monastery.
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This region is dominated by old wooden churches, forests and old houses. Eight of its churches are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

What is so special about Romania?

This is the country that has everything, from picturesque natural wonders and wildlife of the Carpathian Mountains and the Black Sea to impressive mountain castles and monasteries, from urbanistic and commercial centers as Bucharest to rural undiscovered mysteries. It is far from being a melancholic country but a real historical and natural masterpiece. Therefore, there are many worth-seeing landmarks in Romania that we would like to present to you.

Must-see when visiting Romania

The Danube Delta, the second largest in Europe, is home to hundreds of fish and bird species. It is an oasis of peacefulness and nature beauty that we really advise to visit. The Apuseni Mountains, home to the Apuseni Natural Park and host to one of the largest underground glaciers in the world, is definitely a landmark of Romania.

Places to visit in Romania for history lovers

Built in the 19th century, the Peleș Castle is a representant of the New-Renaissance architecture with over 100 luxurious rooms with priceless art objects, like paintings and weapons. Another important historical and architectural building and a beautiful Romanian landmark worth visiting is the red-roof Bran Castle, known as the castle of Count Dracula.

Other touristic attractions in Romania

The Black Church in Brașov is one of those places in Romania that will be remembered forever. Its blackened walls accentuate that it is an old Gothic monument. Seeing the Palace of the Parliament is a must-do when travelling to Romania. It has over a thousand rooms distributed over the 12 floors. For more touristic attractions in Romania, make sure you check out our lesson and the many others we have! :)

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