Romania-World Heritage Sites

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Romania’s World Heritage Sites are well known: the Medieval Fortified Churches of Transylvania, the Historic Centre of Sighisoara,the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina, the Wooden Churches of Maramures, Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains, Danube Delta. All these sites are travel destinations for those seeking out history, art and culture. This trip will take you into some of […]

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Bucharest and Danube Delta

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An unforgettable experience….in the heart of the nature. Discover the stunning beauty of Europe’s last natural paradise while staying on board a comfortable barge. This tour meanders through the Danube Delta to where the mighty Danube River empties into the Black Sea. The Delta Danube in Romania is the second largest and best preserved of Europe’s […]

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The story of medieval castles

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Romania’s collection of castles and fortresses perhaps best illustrates the rich medieval heritage of the country.As a result of almost nine centuries of Saxon presence, Transylvania, located in central Romania, claims a cultural and architectural heritage unique in Europe. This region is home to nearly 200 Saxon villages, churches and fortifications built between the 13th […]

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Transylvania and the painted monasteries in Bucovina

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Discover two of Romania’s most picturesque regions Transylvania home to some of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, most relating to the legend of Dracula, and the unique painted churches of Bucovina, with their flowery exterior frescoes protected by soaring shingle roofs. Duration: 9 nights/10 days Price: from 720 Euro/Person HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR “Transylvania […]

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Transylvania – The Saxon heritage

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Saxons came to Transylvania during the mid 1100s from the Rhine and Moselle Rivers regions. Highly respected for their skill and talent the Saxons succeeded in gaining administrative autonomy, almost unmatched in the entire feudal Europe of absolute monarchies. The result of almost nine centuries of existence of the German community in Southern Transylvania is a […]

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Maramures and Bucovina – a magic journey back in time

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Maramures and Bucovina – a magic journey back in time:explore the north of Romania in 9 days and enjoy two of the most beautiful and well- preserved historical regions: Maramures and Bucovina.  You will discover a fragile and almost forgotten way of life, perhaps the most unchanged place in  Europe.Maramures is a land of wooden churches, […]

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Romanian villages – a rural fairytale

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“It’s like stepping back in time.” In the rural villages of Romania, this phrase rings incredibly true — when you visit, you really feel like you’ve done a time warp and been transported back at least a handful of decades, if not more.  The rural scenes of village life in Romania, hay meadows full of […]

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Dracula Tour – between myth and reality

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Some say that Transylvania sits on one of Earth’s strongest magnetic fields and its people have extra-sensory perception. Vampires are believed to hang around crossroads on St. George’s Day, April 23, and the eve of St. Andrew, November 29. The area is also home to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and it’s easy to get caught up […]

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