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The Best Places to Visit in Brasov, Romania

Brasov is not only a traditional university center but also an important industrial, cultural and business center. Due to numerous historical and artistic monuments Brasov is one of the most important tourist centers of the country. The city is divided into two distinct components: the area with baroque influence that winds from the foot of the mountain and the massive Postavaru and the large area with buildings and factories.

 

The main attraction is the old town - Schei, yet glamorous, where you will find plenty of houses and antiques, especially religious. Brasov is located in the central-eastern part of Romania, at the foot of Tampa (967m). The administrative territory of Brasov is within the southern part of the basin Brasov, in the internal flow of the Eastern Carpathians. The region consists of two distinct units: Brasov and the Carpathians and at the contact between them developed a series of activities following the foothills of external factors, namely , Sacele and Rasnov.

 

Brasov climate is temperate continental specifically characterized by a note-type transition between temperate oceanic and the continental temperate: wetter and cooler mountain areas with relatively low rainfall and temperatures slightly lower in low areas . Temperature inversions are numerous, therefore, minimum winter temperatures do not fall in the extremes, the annual average of 7.6 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is relatively high due to the small diurnal contrasts.

 

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Brasov is documented in 1234 in the Catalogue Ninivensis named Corona. In the second half of the XIV century, is confirmed as the administrative and ecclesiastical center of Barsa, (Corona, Kronstadt, Brasso), "free royal city" one of the economic and cultural centers of Transylvania. In the Renaissance, "Brasov these times stands out, compared to other cities, the cultivation of the sciences" noted in 1548, the great humanist and reformer Johannes Honterus sas (1498-1549), in a letter to Sebastian Munster, professor of University of Basel. The prestige of the school and library founded by Honterus in 1541 - Studium Coronense - was to attract students from all over Transylvania, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands. Johannes Honterus introduced religious reform Barsa Saxons, and in 1547 the Principality Diet accepted Lutheran religion as one of the four official religions allowed in Transylvania. Between 1639 and 1641, Brasov fortifications are amplified in the north of the city with several rows of curtains and moats. Bastion in 1646 ended the defensive system works. In 1689, the most devastating fire in the history of Brasov affects most important buildings of the Citadel. Weight restoration unfolds city and rebuild the destroyed buildings is consistent with new styles: Baroque, Rococo, Classical.

The transformation from a medieval town into a modern city imposed extension to the north-east (toward Old and Blumana) and west (toward Schei), by demolishing the fortified seat of the city that began in 1857 (Gate Street and fortifications therein), Street Wear Black (1873), Fair Gate Horses (1874), Bastion (1886), Bastion harness (1887). The old moats, ponds and swamps were filled, rose administrative and public buildings, schools, barracks and houses were decorated with parks and promenades. Nowadays Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to be visited with many , many places of visit that attract tourist all over the world all the year round.


The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The best touristic attractions in Romania
Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.

The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.

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ASTRA Park in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
ASTRA Park

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The idea of ​​transforming the land located between the Bastion and the current Soldisch Hotel "Boulevard" in a park dates from 1869 and materialized a decade later, with the establishment of the Society for the city beautification.It is the first company of its kind in Transylvania and the Park ASTRA, its first major achievement.    Located in the heart of the city and ...


Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Hilton Hotel in Bucharest is known for many years as the best hotel with high standards. Hotel Hilton Athenee Palace is located in the heart of Bucharest, near the University Square and the former Royal Palace. Municipal trolleybuses, buses and trams pass just near. The airport is 20 minutes far. The shell of neoclassical style in 1918 was retained, it completed the construction of a wing in 1964. ...


Balea Waterfall in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
Balea Waterfall

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


Balea Waterfall is located in the Fagaras Mountains at 1,200 m altitude. It is the largest waterfall in steps of Romania, with a fall of 60 m, and marks the glacial Balea lower gear. The cable car gives an incredible landscape. Balea waterfall can be seen in its true size. The access to the waterfall is from Sibiu, on the Transfagarasan road , Balea Waterfall to the cottage and hence to reach the waterfall right, you must follow a ...


Bamboo in The best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
Bamboo

Best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
   Situated on the shore of Tei Lake, Club Bamboo offers roar of the night every weekend. Through different music genres, from old hits to dance or house music genres trade. Probably the biggest club in Bucharest, can currently accommodate about 1,500 party-, standing or seated at 73 tables. ...


Bellagio in The best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
Bellagio

Best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
   White chairs, chandeliers and lush Victorian-style purple neon lights provincial disco style. It is the place where the two laser flare Bucharest pierce the sky. Has a capacity of 1500 people, 80 of which can relax in the lounge area consisting of a restaurant and a cafe.    Bellagio club held parties with foreign DJs, house music is usually, sometimes club band (!) Interprets hit disco and beyond. The atmosphere is always lively joyful several girls dancing on ...


Bistrita Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Bistrita Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Bistrita Monastery is an old sacred place that preserves nice memories that relate all the glorious times that it passed through. Thhis monastery was founded by Alexandru cel Bun and dates from more than six ages due to the powerful forests that surround it, facing all the troubles. The Bistrita Monastery is one of the oldest sacred building in Romania and represents an exclusive masterpiece, a cultural and archeological treasure. The history of the monastery starts during t ...


Bran Castle in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Bran Castle

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Bran Castle is situated in a mountainous place, between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains. It attracts thousand of tourists for its misterious legend of Dracula. The castle initially was built as a fortress by the Teotonic Knights in 1212. The castle appears in documents since 1377 when King Ludovic I offered to citizens of Brasov the possibility to build a new citadel, instead of the old fortress built by Knights. Then during the 1419-1424 the castles was possessed by Si ...


Brukenthal Palace in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
Brukenthal Palace

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


Being named the Governor of the Principality of Transylvania, a post he held between 1777 and 1787 in Sibiu, Samuel von Brukenthal built a palace in the late Baroque style, modeled after the palaces of Vienna. The Brukenthal Palace is one of the most important baroque monuments in Romania,the construction of the buildong taking place between 1778 -1788. The church wa ...


Bucharest in The best capital cities in the world
Bucharest

Is there a person who doesn't like to travel? I think no.Who doesn't wish for an exciting vacation or who isn't attracted by fascinating experiences? This poll provides comprehensive information about the best, most important capital cities in the world that we generally recommend as wonderful places to explore. Let them be your starting point and consider these places might occur to you and suit your goals. These are the most liveable,friendly and multicultural cities on Earth, with the most exciting cultures,with the most beautiful beaches, with the most lively nightlife and the most beautiful scenery. Explore the cities and find out the best kept secret of each of them. I'm sure you'll experience senses to the fullest intensity.
About Bucharest   Bucharest is the capital of Romania and at the same time, the largest , the most industrial and commercial center of the country. With a population of about 1,944,367 inhabitants (est. on January 1, 2009 ) ,Bucharest is the sixth city in population in the European Union . However, Bucharest gathers over three m ...


Carol Park in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Carol Park

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Designed in 1900 by the architect E. Redont, Carol Park was inaugurated in 1906. The park was arranged on an old plantation and was held at the time of the most beautiful parks of the city. The park covers about 45 ha. A small-sized lake is crossed by a bridge plated with marble slabs. Buxus sempervirens walls and many roses fit the central park,from one part and the other alignment paths are fit with lime. Regularity and siz ...


Cismigiu in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Cismigiu

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Cismigiu Park is located in the downtown of Bucharest. This is the oldest and the most beautiful park in Bucharest, it covers about 17 hectares, with entrances on three major roads: Boulevard Regina Elisabeta, Boulevard Schitu Magureanu and Stirbei Voda. The plans of the park were developed by the Viennese architect HW Meyer, Cismigiu garden today was inaugurated on March 22, 1860. The name of the garden derives from th ...


Citadel Sighișoara in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Citadel Sighișoara

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Experience and enjoy the time in the most old and beautiful  place from Romania, at the Citadel Sighișoara, which dates since 12th century. It is  a unique masterpiece that still preserves  the medieval spirit. It was constructed by Saxon colonists, and was the place were Vlad Dracula was born. It stays like a clean window relating all the past and the glorious history of Transylvania. This magnific citadel was included in UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. T ...


Cocos Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Cocos Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Situated in a pitoresque landscape , Cocos Monastery, is 6 km away from the city of Tulcea. Hiden between linden trees forests the monastery appears in a very retired area, on the foot of the Hill named Cocos. The legend says that once on that hill heard the song of a wild cock accompanied by a beat chop. Due to this fact the inhabitants decided to built this place of worship and gave the name of Cocos. They even bought land and started to build a monastery made in straw wit ...


Cotroceni Palace in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Cotroceni Palace

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Cotroceni Palace is part of the Cotroceni National Museum, an institution specialized for presentation of medieval and modern history of the palace and the evolution and transformation over time. Over three centuries, a long line of outstanding personalities made decisions and ruled Romania from here, starting with the founder of the palace,the rich ruler Serban Cantacuzino, Constantin Brancoveanu, Nicholas and Constantine Mavrocord ...


Curtea de Arges Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Curtea de Arges Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Monastery Curtea de Arges is the most precious pilgrimage place for district of Arges. Is surrounded by old linden trees,the church of the monastery is named “Adormirea Maicii Domnului”. The construction of the monastery started during the period when Neagoe Basarab was the ruler there. It took five years to complete its building and is a part from the famous legend about Mesterul Manole, who sacrified his wife for this sacred place. This place of worship is 18 m ...


Danube Delta in The most beautiful deltas in the world
Danube Delta

Most beautiful deltas in the world
   It is the second largest delta in Europe, and experts say remains the best preserved. Most of the Delta are in Tulcea County, and to the north of Ukraine belongs Chilia branch. Total area of the Danube delta is 4152 km square, of which Romania has 3446 km square.      This delta was formed 6,000 years ago in a bay of the Black Sea. From a geo-morphological, is a low alluvial plain, covered with marsh and water. A branch is made up of canals, lakes, reed, du ...


Danube Delta in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Danube Delta

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Danube Delta is a very large area that stands under the waters, and it is located where the river Danube runs into the Black Sea. It has a lenght of about 5050 km, inluding 732 km that lies on the territory of Ukraine. The Danube Delta has formed during the quaternary age, having a shape of a equlateral triangle covering over 80 km on each side of the triangle. The Danube river is the longest river on the planet that goes in 10 countries, like: Republic of  Moldova, Ukr ...


DJ Club Kado in The best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
DJ Club Kado

Best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
  Clubbing landscape Bucharest, Kado is required as a club to fast fashion, current, where fun is the key. Afterhours party are here at home, for good music and dance enthusiasts. With big names that have crossed the threshold, such as David K, Kool, Black, Livio, Vania Thornado, Marika, Pagal, Fady, One, Gemini Bros - Kado certainly is where you want to be. Is a powerful audio system, and satisfy all musical ear, more or less professional. ...


Fratelli in The best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
Fratelli

Best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
   It is a club that keeps a discreet and elegant air, both in service and the customer. High prices typically select clubs, music or cheerful evergreen hits in the style of the moment. Waiters are very service-minded, and bartenders prepare any cocktail you in an instant. At Fratelli  come both the people who want to relax after a day's work and those who want to party on weekends. The atmosphere is always civilized.  ...


Golia Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Golia Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Golia Monastery is situated the city of Iasi in the Northeastern side of Romania. Firstly was founded by Ioan Golia during the 16th century. The church named “Inaltarea Domnului” was restored and renovated by Vasile Lupu during the period 1650-1653, completed in 1660 by the son of V.Lupu, Stefanita.      This splendid monuments is hiding behind high walls with locked door appearing more as a fortress, combining 3 kind of craft ...


Grand Hotel Continental in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Grand Hotel Continental

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Grand Hotel Continental Bucharest is in Romania, located on Calea Victoriei street 56 where there are other hotels in Bucharest. The hotel rating is of 9.12 (on a ten-system), the rating is based on real feedback from tourists who are vacationing in the hotel . The cost of living for one night starts from 309 RON (the price is indicated in the currency of the hotel). Grand Hotel Continental is ...


Histria Citadel in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Histria Citadel

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Histria Citadel is situated along Lake Sinoe, is considered the ruins of the Greek city of Histria. The old city of Histria was founded by Greek that arrived here from Miletus and Minor Asia. In 657BC Histria was an important port in the region and was left in the 7th century AD, but was discovered in 1914 and now represents a gorgeous old city and the ruins of the citadel is a great prove for its history. Initially the citadel occuppied a big territory, covering over 35 hec ...


Hunedoara Castle in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Hunedoara Castle

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Hunedoara Castle also called Corvin’s  Castle is one of the most beautiful Ghotic style building. The castle lays on a rock where  the river Zlasti runs around. Its history is related by Dracula that was in prison for seven years in this castle. It was constructed during the 12th-14th century and initially was a small citadel that was given by Sigismund to Vojk Hunyad, after his death the castle was developed and extended by his son, Ioannus Corvinus, who tra ...


Neamt Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Neamt Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Neamt Monastery is a beautiful othodox complex for monks situated in the village with the same name, representing the oldest monachal place from Moldova. On documents it appears since 1407 but the monachal activity seems to belong to 12th century. The founder of the monastery is Petru I Musat, who had built the first church made from stone, that doesn’t exist today, but on this area existed a wooden church called White Church. The church that nowadays delight our eyes ...


Odeon Theatre in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
Odeon Theatre

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


Odeon Theatre, one of the most representative theaters in Bucharest, was founded in 1946 as the Theatre for Workers CFR Giulesti. The Majestic Hall was inaugurated in 1974. This is one of the finest theaters in Bucharest and one of Europe with a sliding ceiling. In 1990 the Giulesti Theatre changed its name into Odeon Theatre. It is a repertory theater, with a stab ...


Palace of the Parliament in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Palace of the Parliament

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
  A very fascinable and gorgeous building in the Center of Bucharest, the Capital of Romania is The Palace of the Parliament. This imposant palace is the largest building in Europe and was fondated by Nicolae Ceausescu, who gave the name of House of the Republic, on 25 july 1984. It is a unique masterpiece and is designed in a eclectic neoclassical style, using material from Romania only. The buiding appears as 86 meters high building, with 92 meters underground. It include ...


Peles Castle in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Peles Castle

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Situated in Sinaia and considered one of the most beautiful palace in Europe, Peles Palace is a precious pearl for Romanian Cultural Heritage. It was the last home for King Carol I who died here in 1914. The construction of the castle lasted from 1875 till 1883, when was officialy opened. Its history is related to the time when King Carol I came near the place and was impressed by the beauty of the nature and he decided to build an exceptional castle in that zone. Soon he bo ...


Peleş Castle, Romania in The most amazing castles in the world
Peleş Castle, Romania

Most amazing castles in the world
   Peles Castle is a castle in Sinaia, Romania, built between 1873 and 1914. It is considered one of the most beautiful in Romania and Europe. Peles Castle in Sinaia, the summer residence of the kings of Romania, was built at the wish of King Carol I of Romania (1866 - 1914), by Johannes Schultz and architect Karel Liman, and was decorated by famous decorators JD Heymann Hamburg, August Bembi in Mainz and Berhard Ludwig in Vienna.    Peles Castle may be cons ...


Peleş Castle, Romania in Top castles to visit in Europe
Peleş Castle, Romania

Top castles to visit in Europe
   Peles Castle is a castle in Sinaia, Romania, built between 1873 and 1914. It is considered one of the most beautiful in Romania and Europe. Peles Castle in Sinaia, the summer residence of the kings of Romania, was built at the wish of King Carol I of Romania (1866 - 1914), by Johannes Schultz and architect Karel Liman, and was decorated by famous decorators JD Heymann Hamburg, August Bembi in Mainz and Berhard Ludwig in Vienna.    Peles Castle may be cons ...


Poiana Brasov, Romania in The Most Spectacular Heated Swimming Pools Perfect for Winter
Poiana Brasov, Romania

Don't you know where to go in winter?  If you are a lover of winter sports and mountains and if you are certainly excited about the cool season, the ski resorts all over the world offer the most luxurious and extravagant amenities for you to have a winter like in tales. Elegant hotels below offer something extra, for your holidays to be special, namely the five-star spas with heated outdoor pools, which allow you to enjoy a unique experience.Get acknowledged with the most perfect places to visit in winter.


Poiana Brasov - is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Romania in winter and one of the most famous tourist resorts across the country. The ideal location to be visited during  winter, provides 12 ski slopes with varying degrees of difficulty. The scenery is magnificent, especially in winter. The Bran Castle is famous and abroad due to the famous Dracula. It is one of the most beautiful castles in Romania that can be visited in winter. As to the entertainment  there is the& ...


Posh in The best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
Posh

Best clubs in Bucharest, Romania
   A new entry in the clubs in Bucharest, which has undergone a change of look exactly one year ago, with prealuarea was under the wing of the Kristal Glam Club. Posh is the new hit can become a club. Conveniently located in the Director, this service is very prompt and prices are relatively reasonable. Fun is maintained within acceptable limits even on weekdays, and we recommend you try the cocktails. Posh club customers ranging from students Regia, especially for those who come to ...


Putna Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Putna Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Putna Monastery is situated at 33 km from the city of Radauti and represents an exclusive monastic edifice, called by foreign as the Jerusalem of Romanian nation. During the time it was an important  cultural center where have created important manuscripts, including a museum with cultural objects, icons and embroideries. Its construction started in 1446 till 1469 and was founded by Stefan the Great that has his tomb here. The inside of the building and the tower from t ...


Romania in The best countries of Europe
Romania

They all share the same geographical region, however differ from each other with their traditions, life style, landscapes and people -countries of Europe. Which one is the best?
Total area: 238,391 km2 Population: 21,959,278 (2010 estimate)Density: 90/km2 Currency: Romanian leu (RON)Official language(s): RomanianCapital: Bucharest (Bucureşti)Governement: Semi-presidential republicInternet TLD: .roCalling code: +40      Romania is a country located in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Ukraine and Moldova to the north and ea ...


Romanian Atheneum in The best touristic attractions in Romania
Romanian Atheneum

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   Romanian Atheneum is one of the most beautiful building in Bucharest and one of the most famous concert hall, that was started to build in 1886, designed in a neo classical style byAlbert Galleron, a French arhitect. It took two years to complete its construction and in 1888 the Atheneum was inaugurated for the public. From exterior it appears as formed from six colums designed in a Ionic style that create the image of a Greek Temple. Nearby the each column are five statues ...


Sinaia, Romania in The Best Winter Resorts of the World
Sinaia, Romania

Winter resorts are not only those places which meet us cool, but on the opposite, they are hot and not located in the northern latitudes. Why? It so happens that in summer we look for the best winter resorts, when the sea, the beaches and other natural beauties are near and do not cease. But in winter, especially in those places where snow is the usual case, rest does not pick up to the notorious Alps and other mountainous areas, inhabitants of skiing. However, all things have their order, where the really winter resorts in winter are , and about where the best winter experience in the warmth of hot countries will be, to contrast with the weather in your own region. Only let us not set priorities between the popular driven, or, in other words, the best winter resorts, let everyone choose their resort where you can spend an unforgettable vacation in winter.


Sinaia Ski Resort is in Romania, Southern Carpathians, the Prahova Valley, at the foot of the mountains and Piatra Furnika Arse, 50 km from Brasov and 100 km from Bucharest. It is the largest center for winter recreation , with a rich history. For its beauty it was called the "Pearl of the Carpathians". The high mountains covered with pine forests, picturesque glade, il ...


Small Square in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
Small Square

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The medieval buildings preserved in its original form by the numerous tourist attractions that are found here, Piata Mica is an important landmark for any visitor. In the Middle Ages in this market (know in documents under the name of 'circulus parvus') there were houses and workshops of local  craftsmen . Here are some of the most important attractions of the city, climb towards the Tower, Lies Bridge, Franz Binder Museum, Emil Sigerus Pharmacy Museum, Luxem ...


St. Bartholomew Church in The Best Places to Visit in Brasov, Romania
St. Bartholomew Church

Brasov is not only a traditional university center but also an important industrial, cultural and business center. Due to numerous historical and artistic monuments Brasov is one of the most important tourist centers of the country. The city is divided into two distinct components: the area with baroque influence that winds from the foot of the mountain and the massive Postavaru and the large area with buildings and factories.

 

The main attraction is the old town - Schei, yet glamorous, where you will find plenty of houses and antiques, especially religious. Brasov is located in the central-eastern part of Romania, at the foot of Tampa (967m). The administrative territory of Brasov is within the southern part of the basin Brasov, in the internal flow of the Eastern Carpathians. The region consists of two distinct units: Brasov and the Carpathians and at the contact between them developed a series of activities following the foothills of external factors, namely , Sacele and Rasnov.

 

Brasov climate is temperate continental specifically characterized by a note-type transition between temperate oceanic and the continental temperate: wetter and cooler mountain areas with relatively low rainfall and temperatures slightly lower in low areas . Temperature inversions are numerous, therefore, minimum winter temperatures do not fall in the extremes, the annual average of 7.6 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is relatively high due to the small diurnal contrasts.

 

Historical data:

Brasov is documented in 1234 in the Catalogue Ninivensis named Corona. In the second half of the XIV century, is confirmed as the administrative and ecclesiastical center of Barsa, (Corona, Kronstadt, Brasso), "free royal city" one of the economic and cultural centers of Transylvania. In the Renaissance, "Brasov these times stands out, compared to other cities, the cultivation of the sciences" noted in 1548, the great humanist and reformer Johannes Honterus sas (1498-1549), in a letter to Sebastian Munster, professor of University of Basel. The prestige of the school and library founded by Honterus in 1541 - Studium Coronense - was to attract students from all over Transylvania, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands. Johannes Honterus introduced religious reform Barsa Saxons, and in 1547 the Principality Diet accepted Lutheran religion as one of the four official religions allowed in Transylvania. Between 1639 and 1641, Brasov fortifications are amplified in the north of the city with several rows of curtains and moats. Bastion in 1646 ended the defensive system works. In 1689, the most devastating fire in the history of Brasov affects most important buildings of the Citadel. Weight restoration unfolds city and rebuild the destroyed buildings is consistent with new styles: Baroque, Rococo, Classical.

The transformation from a medieval town into a modern city imposed extension to the north-east (toward Old and Blumana) and west (toward Schei), by demolishing the fortified seat of the city that began in 1857 (Gate Street and fortifications therein), Street Wear Black (1873), Fair Gate Horses (1874), Bastion (1886), Bastion harness (1887). The old moats, ponds and swamps were filled, rose administrative and public buildings, schools, barracks and houses were decorated with parks and promenades. Nowadays Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to be visited with many , many places of visit that attract tourist all over the world all the year round.


St. Bartholomew's Church is the oldest building in the city. It was built in the thirteenth century and was known as the Church of the three orphans, which according to the legend had left all they had to the church that’s why they were buried under the altar. The building with three naves with massive buttress walls, surrounded by walls outlasted the Turkish   ...


St. Joseph Catholic Cathedral in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
St. Joseph Catholic Cathedral

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


The parish territorial of St. Joseph Cathedral, with a separate area from Baratia area was founded in 1900. Transcripts of parish registers show that the first baptism was celebrated on February 4, 1884, and the first marriage on May 3, 1884, while still the construction and the arrangement of the building of the cathedral were not still finished. St. Joseph Cathedral is one metropolitan and archbishop. It was built between ...


Sucevita Monastery in The most spectacular monasteries in Romania
Sucevita Monastery

Romania is hosting the most rare and unique monasteries that impress for their architectural style. During the time the cultural heritage of Romania has preserved very well and still fascinates everybody’s eyes with amazing fresco and paintings creating a charming historical ambiance. The monasteries represent splendid buildings that keep the spirit of faith untouched and sacred.
   Situated at 18 km away from Radauti, Sucevita Monastery is a wooden masterpiece, between hills,   dating since 16th century. It was born from a legend that says that a very sinful woman brought stones during the time to build a monastery as a sign of her regret for all her sins. The monastery appeared in documents since 1582 when Petru Schiopu was a ruler in this region. This gorgeous and imposant monument is built in a Ghotic with Byzantine style, combined with element ...


Tampa in The Best Places to Visit in Brasov, Romania
Tampa

Brasov is not only a traditional university center but also an important industrial, cultural and business center. Due to numerous historical and artistic monuments Brasov is one of the most important tourist centers of the country. The city is divided into two distinct components: the area with baroque influence that winds from the foot of the mountain and the massive Postavaru and the large area with buildings and factories.

 

The main attraction is the old town - Schei, yet glamorous, where you will find plenty of houses and antiques, especially religious. Brasov is located in the central-eastern part of Romania, at the foot of Tampa (967m). The administrative territory of Brasov is within the southern part of the basin Brasov, in the internal flow of the Eastern Carpathians. The region consists of two distinct units: Brasov and the Carpathians and at the contact between them developed a series of activities following the foothills of external factors, namely , Sacele and Rasnov.

 

Brasov climate is temperate continental specifically characterized by a note-type transition between temperate oceanic and the continental temperate: wetter and cooler mountain areas with relatively low rainfall and temperatures slightly lower in low areas . Temperature inversions are numerous, therefore, minimum winter temperatures do not fall in the extremes, the annual average of 7.6 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is relatively high due to the small diurnal contrasts.

 

Historical data:

Brasov is documented in 1234 in the Catalogue Ninivensis named Corona. In the second half of the XIV century, is confirmed as the administrative and ecclesiastical center of Barsa, (Corona, Kronstadt, Brasso), "free royal city" one of the economic and cultural centers of Transylvania. In the Renaissance, "Brasov these times stands out, compared to other cities, the cultivation of the sciences" noted in 1548, the great humanist and reformer Johannes Honterus sas (1498-1549), in a letter to Sebastian Munster, professor of University of Basel. The prestige of the school and library founded by Honterus in 1541 - Studium Coronense - was to attract students from all over Transylvania, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands. Johannes Honterus introduced religious reform Barsa Saxons, and in 1547 the Principality Diet accepted Lutheran religion as one of the four official religions allowed in Transylvania. Between 1639 and 1641, Brasov fortifications are amplified in the north of the city with several rows of curtains and moats. Bastion in 1646 ended the defensive system works. In 1689, the most devastating fire in the history of Brasov affects most important buildings of the Citadel. Weight restoration unfolds city and rebuild the destroyed buildings is consistent with new styles: Baroque, Rococo, Classical.

The transformation from a medieval town into a modern city imposed extension to the north-east (toward Old and Blumana) and west (toward Schei), by demolishing the fortified seat of the city that began in 1857 (Gate Street and fortifications therein), Street Wear Black (1873), Fair Gate Horses (1874), Bastion (1886), Bastion harness (1887). The old moats, ponds and swamps were filled, rose administrative and public buildings, schools, barracks and houses were decorated with parks and promenades. Nowadays Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to be visited with many , many places of visit that attract tourist all over the world all the year round.


Tampa is a mountain that belongs to Postavaru, located in the southern Carpathians and almost entirely surrounded by the city of Brasov. The mountain is composed mainly of limestone formations, forming in the process gathers the earth's crust. Much of it (150 ha) is a nature reserve due to wild animals (bears, lynx, wolves, butterflies - 35% ...


The ASTRA Museum in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
The ASTRA Museum

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The city of Sibiu opens for visitors, one of the largest outdoor museums in Romania and South-East Europe, the ASTRA Traditional Folk Civilization Museum. It is located in Dumbrava Forest , 4 km from the city of Sibiu. Dumbrava impressive areas marked as space and thematic harmony, reveals a wonderful world of the Romanian village.  The Open Air M ...


The Big Square in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
The Big Square

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The Square was first mentioned in 1411 as a corn market. Starting from the 16th century the  market became the center of the ancient citadel. The public executions and  the public meetings were held here. For hundreds of years it was calledthe  Grosser Ring or Grosser Platz, between wars to King Ferdinand, the Communists called it the Republic, and in 1990 returned to the original name.  The market has a length of 142 m and 93 m in width,it &nb ...


The Black Church in The best touristic attractions in Romania
The Black Church

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   The Black Church is the most imposant and attractive monument built by German people when they lived on Transylvanian land. It has a very interesting and mysterious history, it was built between 1385 and 1477 on a place where first was a church destroyed by Mongols in 1242. The building of the church was seriously damaged during the Turkish raids in 1421, later in 1689 it suffered because of the Habsburg invazions who torched it and the walls were blackened from the fires. T ...


The Black Church in The Best Places to Visit in Brasov, Romania
The Black Church

Brasov is not only a traditional university center but also an important industrial, cultural and business center. Due to numerous historical and artistic monuments Brasov is one of the most important tourist centers of the country. The city is divided into two distinct components: the area with baroque influence that winds from the foot of the mountain and the massive Postavaru and the large area with buildings and factories.

 

The main attraction is the old town - Schei, yet glamorous, where you will find plenty of houses and antiques, especially religious. Brasov is located in the central-eastern part of Romania, at the foot of Tampa (967m). The administrative territory of Brasov is within the southern part of the basin Brasov, in the internal flow of the Eastern Carpathians. The region consists of two distinct units: Brasov and the Carpathians and at the contact between them developed a series of activities following the foothills of external factors, namely , Sacele and Rasnov.

 

Brasov climate is temperate continental specifically characterized by a note-type transition between temperate oceanic and the continental temperate: wetter and cooler mountain areas with relatively low rainfall and temperatures slightly lower in low areas . Temperature inversions are numerous, therefore, minimum winter temperatures do not fall in the extremes, the annual average of 7.6 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is relatively high due to the small diurnal contrasts.

 

Historical data:

Brasov is documented in 1234 in the Catalogue Ninivensis named Corona. In the second half of the XIV century, is confirmed as the administrative and ecclesiastical center of Barsa, (Corona, Kronstadt, Brasso), "free royal city" one of the economic and cultural centers of Transylvania. In the Renaissance, "Brasov these times stands out, compared to other cities, the cultivation of the sciences" noted in 1548, the great humanist and reformer Johannes Honterus sas (1498-1549), in a letter to Sebastian Munster, professor of University of Basel. The prestige of the school and library founded by Honterus in 1541 - Studium Coronense - was to attract students from all over Transylvania, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands. Johannes Honterus introduced religious reform Barsa Saxons, and in 1547 the Principality Diet accepted Lutheran religion as one of the four official religions allowed in Transylvania. Between 1639 and 1641, Brasov fortifications are amplified in the north of the city with several rows of curtains and moats. Bastion in 1646 ended the defensive system works. In 1689, the most devastating fire in the history of Brasov affects most important buildings of the Citadel. Weight restoration unfolds city and rebuild the destroyed buildings is consistent with new styles: Baroque, Rococo, Classical.

The transformation from a medieval town into a modern city imposed extension to the north-east (toward Old and Blumana) and west (toward Schei), by demolishing the fortified seat of the city that began in 1857 (Gate Street and fortifications therein), Street Wear Black (1873), Fair Gate Horses (1874), Bastion (1886), Bastion harness (1887). The old moats, ponds and swamps were filled, rose administrative and public buildings, schools, barracks and houses were decorated with parks and promenades. Nowadays Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to be visited with many , many places of visit that attract tourist all over the world all the year round.


The geographical strategic position of Brasov, close to Rucăr- Bran commercial route through the Carpathians influenced its economic development over time. Due to its proximity to Bucegi Mountains and the Bran Castle, Brasov is one of the most important destinations in Romania.   The Black Church is the heart of Brasov Over 5 ...


The Botanical Garden in The best touristic attractions in Romania
The Botanical Garden

Romania is the ideal home for the most beautiful castles and medieval towns that keep their beauty during the time. If you plan a trip in Romania you should definitely see its best places which will fascinate you for their cultural style. Romania is a pot full of historical masterpieces that represents the most precious treasure of the country. Check out the best places in Romania and make your own decision about which one will be the first to visit.
   The Botanical Garden of Bucharest was created in 1860 by Alexandru Ioan Cuza, who founded his palace nearby garden, that was separated by the palace. But later the final place for this garden was chosen by the doctor Dimitrie Brandza and the arhitect Fuchs, who loved the beauty of the nature. It was completed in 1891 and there were founded the Greenhouse and the Botanical Institute that had a great importance as a educational center for University of Bucharest. The garden ha ...


The Bran Castle in The Best Places to Visit in Brasov, Romania
The Bran Castle

Brasov is not only a traditional university center but also an important industrial, cultural and business center. Due to numerous historical and artistic monuments Brasov is one of the most important tourist centers of the country. The city is divided into two distinct components: the area with baroque influence that winds from the foot of the mountain and the massive Postavaru and the large area with buildings and factories.

 

The main attraction is the old town - Schei, yet glamorous, where you will find plenty of houses and antiques, especially religious. Brasov is located in the central-eastern part of Romania, at the foot of Tampa (967m). The administrative territory of Brasov is within the southern part of the basin Brasov, in the internal flow of the Eastern Carpathians. The region consists of two distinct units: Brasov and the Carpathians and at the contact between them developed a series of activities following the foothills of external factors, namely , Sacele and Rasnov.

 

Brasov climate is temperate continental specifically characterized by a note-type transition between temperate oceanic and the continental temperate: wetter and cooler mountain areas with relatively low rainfall and temperatures slightly lower in low areas . Temperature inversions are numerous, therefore, minimum winter temperatures do not fall in the extremes, the annual average of 7.6 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is relatively high due to the small diurnal contrasts.

 

Historical data:

Brasov is documented in 1234 in the Catalogue Ninivensis named Corona. In the second half of the XIV century, is confirmed as the administrative and ecclesiastical center of Barsa, (Corona, Kronstadt, Brasso), "free royal city" one of the economic and cultural centers of Transylvania. In the Renaissance, "Brasov these times stands out, compared to other cities, the cultivation of the sciences" noted in 1548, the great humanist and reformer Johannes Honterus sas (1498-1549), in a letter to Sebastian Munster, professor of University of Basel. The prestige of the school and library founded by Honterus in 1541 - Studium Coronense - was to attract students from all over Transylvania, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands. Johannes Honterus introduced religious reform Barsa Saxons, and in 1547 the Principality Diet accepted Lutheran religion as one of the four official religions allowed in Transylvania. Between 1639 and 1641, Brasov fortifications are amplified in the north of the city with several rows of curtains and moats. Bastion in 1646 ended the defensive system works. In 1689, the most devastating fire in the history of Brasov affects most important buildings of the Citadel. Weight restoration unfolds city and rebuild the destroyed buildings is consistent with new styles: Baroque, Rococo, Classical.

The transformation from a medieval town into a modern city imposed extension to the north-east (toward Old and Blumana) and west (toward Schei), by demolishing the fortified seat of the city that began in 1857 (Gate Street and fortifications therein), Street Wear Black (1873), Fair Gate Horses (1874), Bastion (1886), Bastion harness (1887). The old moats, ponds and swamps were filled, rose administrative and public buildings, schools, barracks and houses were decorated with parks and promenades. Nowadays Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to be visited with many , many places of visit that attract tourist all over the world all the year round.


The Bran Castle, situated between the Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains, 30 km from Brasov, is the only landmark that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists because of a legend: the Legend of Count Dracula, although historical sources say that Vlad Tepes had been here once on the way to Brasov.   Originally, t ...


The Council Tower in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
The Council Tower

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The Council Tower in Sibiu is undoubtedly one of the best known symbols of Sibiu. The Council Tower is located rightly in the center of the city ever since the first bricks were laid for the construction of the burg Hermann. Sibiu was mentioned for the first time in 1191. At that time, only a four storey tower had served as a gateway fortification of the second series of fortifications of the city of Sibiu. Because it is lo ...


The Evangelical Cathedral in The Best Places to Visit in Sibiu, Romania
The Evangelical Cathedral

Sibiu is one of the most beautiful areas of Romania and is so beautiful that it is difficult to achieve a ranking of its  places.Sibiu is full of sights and places to be visited, most concentrated  on its  historic city center and around thereof. So you do not need transport  some comfortable shoes are  recommended, you can go on foot on  the whole historic  medieval part  and breathe the fresh  air.

 

Sibiu was ranked the eight among the most beautiful locations in Europe, a top made by US magazine Forbes. Described as a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, known for its natural beauty, landscapes and rich history, Sibiu has even surpassed Rome, the capital of Italy, and the  Spanish city Deiam  according to American rankings.

In 2007 Sibiu was named the  European Capital of Culture. The apartments situated on the cobbled streets surrounded by buildings in pastel colors are quoted at just under 50,000 euro,  the American journalists wrote in Forbes about it .

 

Sibiu is one of the most important cities of Transylvania and was the capital  of Ardeal  twice. The first time between 1692-1791 and then 1849-1865. In 2007, Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture together with Luxembourg. Sibiu has also been the place of German minorities of Romania since medieval times and has a great historical culture.The villages have great old traditions and here you can meet blond-haired, blue-eyed people, speakers with German accent, traits of original inhabitants that once lived there.Despite Germans, Sibiu hosts minorities of Hungarians, Austrians, Slovacks and Ukranians.

Today Sibiu is of an unestimable charm.It is a great city of art and culture worthy to be visited.  You can explore its pavements, cafes, the squares and its churches on foot even.Sibiu has many cultural centers, a lot of historical places, monuments and theaters.


The Evangelical Cathedral of Sibiu has had several features over the time, but for surely has been described as "the most remarkable building of Sibiu".  Emil Sigerius, great scientist called it "a true memorial house" of Transylvanian Saxons.Today however it is much more than all this: it is the symbol of Sibiu. The church is best known for its impressive organ, the largest organ ...


The House of Parliament in The Best Places to Visit in Bucharest, Romania
The House of Parliament

Bucharest is the capital of Romania from 1861, as well as the main economical and cultural center of the country. Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania. The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque. In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu. It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens. Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills. Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.8 to 91.5 meters.

The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians. Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris. If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.

In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here. A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca). This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church. Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful. Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb. Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now. The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet. The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest. This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.

Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures. Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.


The House of the Parliament or the People’s House is one of the most impressive buildings in the world and is the second largest after the Pentagon. It can be stated that the building exceeds 2% volume of the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. The building was built in record time during 1983 - 1989, and since its opening remained the most controversial building in Romania. For ma ...


The Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest in The Best Parliament Houses in the World
The Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest

The best government buildings in the world constitute perhaps the most popular and spread images of a country known and recognized throughout the world. These stunning places are the offices of all public meetings and different parliamentary offices. Each country in the world, no matter how big it is has such an unmistakable architectural complex, but only some attract our attention through their beauty and unique architecture. Government buildings play not only a role in the political life of a country, but they are historical monuments too. These majestic structures are a perfect illustration of a country’s heritage. They are a true example of grace and splendor. These are the most admirable government buildings in the world.


The Palace of the Parliament which is in the Romanian capital Bucharest, is the world's largest civilian administrative building, as well as the largest parliament building and covers an area of 350 thousand square meters. The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is one of the largest castle complexes in the world, it even concedes perhaps the Pentagon in Washington. The building ...


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