Ghid turistic Transilvania si Bucovina Hello World Transfagarasan
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 lake
Sighisoara, the only inhabited medieval fortress in South-East Europe impresses through its pastel-coloured buildings, fortified walls & its old Clock Tower.
This 16th century once hunting residence turned into a symbol for Jidvei, one of Romania’s premier white wines wineries. Mix culture and pleasure by visiting the Bethlen Haller Castle in Cetatea de Balta, Transylvania.
Peștera Scarisoara din Munții Apuseni găzduiește cel mai mare ghețar subteran din Europa și al doilea ca mărime din lume. Este considerată o peșteră turistica și una dintre minunile naturale ale României. Probe de gheață extrase din Ghețarul din Scarisoara oferă dovezi ale modului în care clima pe timop de iarnă in Europa a fluctuat în ultimii 10.000 de ani.
An engineering jewel between Frunţii Mountains and Ghiţu mountains, the Vidraru Dam is basically where Transfagarasan starts … From here, you’ll follow the road through tunnels and slopes up to Balea Cascada (Balea Waterfall) and Balea Lake.
What do you know about Transylvania? The mythical land of Transylvania is a mysterious region in Romania known for medieval towns, mountainous borders and castles like Bran Castle, a Gothic fortress associated with the legend of Dracula. But we are not going to talk about Dracula from Bram Stoker’s famous novel here, even though Transylvania is
Surrounded by an amazing landscape, the only crater lake in Romania has the purest water and is said to do miracles. Ready for a visit?