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La Conac in Bucovina

La Conac in Bucovina

” La Conac in Bucovina” is located in Gura Humorului with an excellent position to Arinis Park and to the Voronet (about 2km). Whether you are Continue Reading →

Fronius

Fronius

In the middle of Sighisoara Citadel, right at the foot of the Hill, where the 175 steps of the Covered Stair ends, a haughty house Continue Reading →

Conacul dintre vii

Conacul dintre vii

Story of a manor and a traveller… End of the 19th century in Walachia. The traveller, tired and burdened with daily worries, seeks rest and Continue Reading →

Haller Castle

Haller Castle

Haller Castle The first castle pension with the elegance of historical Transylvania. The castle was built in the XVI. century, having the characteristic style of Continue Reading →

Maldăr Manor

Maldăr Manor

Maldăr Manor Maldăr Manor invites you to sample the boyar charm of old-fashioned Oltenia.The estate, situated near Horezu on the lower slopes of Măgura Slătioara Continue Reading →

We invite you all to discover a place unique on Earth, where mountains shake hands with the sea and modern cities look over their shoulders at the ancient villages that surround them.

Make your own adventureRomania is the place where your mind dares to imagine how our ancestors lived and evolved. Traditions are still kept sacred and during feast days you can still see people wearing national costumes and gather together at the church.
We are proud of the gifts with which God has blessed us: the Danube Delta, the Carpathian Mountains, the Black Sea, the 3500 lakes and the cold rivers, the wildlife’s diversity, the wine that filled our cups since the Dacians and Romans. But most of all we are proud of the strength and goodness which characterizes us.
Hold your breath and discover the amazing Romania.Start your journey now!

World travel guides about the amazing Romania:

  • Fortified churches and painted monasteries stand regally amid a pristine landscape. In the cities, former Saxon settlements such as Sibiu and Braşov ooze charm, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy.” (The Lonely Planet)
  • Romania’s high mountain ranges harbor magnificent castles perched on craggy promontories, charming villages lost in time, gorgeously painted monasteries and humble wooden churches, and a colorful history replete with fearsome heroes and terrible monsters.” (Fodor’s)
  • Few regions offer a more dazzling display of cultural and artistic treasures than Romania.” (Smithsonian Journeys)
  • …outstanding landscapes, a surprisingly efficient train system, a huge diversity of wildlife and rural communities and traditions that at times seem little changed since the Middle Ages.” (The Rough Guide)