Your Transylvania & Bukovina Travel Guide
Travel to Transylvania, Romania and dive into a mix of cultures, nature and history, from the legend of Dracula, to its imposing medieval castles and fortresses and the majestic Carpathian mountains.
Cross the mountains to visit Bukovina with its beautiful, unspoilt landscape dotted with painted monasteries and inhabited by hospitable people.
Surrounded by myths and legends (for only to mention the famous Dracula), Transylvania means "the land beyond the forests" and is known for the scenery of its Carpathian landscape and its rich history.
BucovinaNear a low foothillAt Heaven’s doorsill,Where the trail’s descendingTo the plain and ending ...
More than 150 kilometres in length is the Transfagarasan. It is Romania's most spectacular scenic road connecting Wallachia in the south with Transylvania and going straight across the highest, rocky Fagaras Mountains.