Impressive surrounding landscape and a great spot for hiking, ice climbing, cycling or (if you are pro) even skiing – this is how one can best attempt to describe the famous Balea Lake in the Fagaras mountains. Reachable by car (or bike) in the summer and by cable car in the winter, this old glacier...
Discover the Black Sea Shore and its attractions: fine sand beaches, adventure parks, aquaparks, kajaking, daulphin sightseeing, night clubs and health spas.
Although not as well known abroad as its neighboring Transylvania, Wallachia is actually the traditional heart of Romania. The region was named by the land rulers,…Wallachia, the land of the Vlachs was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by Travel Guru
What do we know about the Sphinx? Even though the official theory speaks of a natural rock formation carved by the wind in the shape of a human head, there are theories that speak about the Sphinx as artificially carved in stone by an ancient long lost civilization. As it stands alone in the...
As the waters of the Danube flow into the Black Sea, they form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas, the Danube Delta. A labyrinth of water and land is building a mosaic of river branches, channels, lakes, sand dunes and oak forests.
While a lot has been said about the unique painted monasteries of Southern Bucowina, there are many unique Wooden churches and monasteries in the current…Wooden Churches of Northern Moldavia was last modified: May 31st, 2018 by Travel Guru
Scarisoara Ice Cave in the Apuseni Mountains houses the largest underground glacier in Europe and second largest in the world. It is considered a show cave and one of the natural wonders of Romania .
The "Land between the forests" is a world of secluded medieval castles, Saxon fortresses, misterious, sometimes spooky ruins but also rustic countryside, tree-covered mountains and cozy small towns waiting for you to discover it.
One of the most spectacular roads in the world, the Transfagarasan runs trough the spectacular, rocky Fagaras mountains, the highest mountains in Romania with the Moldoveanu peak reaching 2544 meters. Spooky tunnels and amazing views are awaiting the curious tourist!
Situated on the Arges River, supported by the slopes of the Pleasa and Vidraru Mountains, along Tranfagarasan, about 40 kilometers from Curtea de Arges, Vidraru Dam is considered by the specialists a real jewel of engineering. The first arch dam in Romania, Vidraru Dam was built in 1966 with the purpose of creating hydroelectricity....