Category: Romania

A Complete Guide to Fortified Churches in Transylvania; Kamila Napora; My Wanderlust

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Looking for a unique place to visit in Romania? Don’t miss the fortified churches in Transylvania, a hidden gem of the region!

Source: A Complete Guide to Fortified Churches in Transylvania

World’s most complicated church lock: The Biertan fortified church sets world record; World Record Academy

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Discover the unique Danube Delta by boat; David Catalin; Travel Daily News

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Danube Delta is one of the wonders of the world. You heard about it, maybe in quizzes , but I am sure that it is very hard to really be impressed if you haven’t been there! In this video you will discover the most important things about it and I am sure you will book your place in the Danube Delta with us (see the link in the description). So what is so special about the Danube Delta, are you asking? The Danube Delta is the last virgin natural place in Europe.

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Travel Backwards and Forwards in Time with These Stays Fit for a Time Traveler; Booking.com

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5 Reasons To Visit The Last Inhabited Medieval Citadel In Europe; Emese Fromm; Travel Awaits

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Sighișoara is the only inhabited medieval city in southeast Europe and has maintained its historical and cultural heritage through the ages.

Source: 5 Reasons To Visit The Last Inhabited Medieval Citadel In Europe

12 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To Transylvania; Emese Fromm; Travel Awaits

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If you’ve ever been curious about what Transylvania is like, read more about the famous region of Romania here.

Source: 12 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To Transylvania

Just how enchanting is Transylvania’s enchanted way?; Craig Turp-Balazs; Emerging Europe

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Prince Charles last month chose a book about rural Romania, Along the Enchanted Way, as one of five favourites featured by his wife the Duchess of Cornwall’s reading club. But just how enchanting is Romania’s countryside?

Source: Just how enchanting is Transylvania’s enchanted way?

21 Romanian Landmarks; Sarah Holmes; Travel2Next

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Romania’s rise to popularity in Europe is due to its stunning scenery and budget-friendly options, opening up weekends away for visitors. Romania is a beautiful country, with breathtaking sandy beaches on the shores of the Black Sea, a forest-covered stretch of the Carpathian Mountains, and the largest delta in Europe filled with a variety of birds and animals. Romania’s natural wonders also include the largest population of brown bears in Europe and large bison reserves. Romania also has many hidden areas of natural beauty, including the second biggest underground glacier in Europe. Many travellers are more aware of Romania’s links to the famous gothic novel Dracula by Bram Stoker.

Source: 21 Romanian Landmarks

Tomb Raiders Fined Millions For Stealing Treasure Trove Of Gold Coins From UNESCO Site; Judith Isacoff & Fern Siegel; Minority Reporter

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25 Best Places to Visit in Romania – Your Guide to Romania; Kamila Napora; My Wanderlust

Thinking of visiting Romania? Check out this list of the best places to visit in Romania and plan a trip to this wonderful country!

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The magical Romanian villages known for their unique Gothic churches; Katy Dartford; Euronews

Romania’s remote region of Maramureș has a unique architectural style, where tall, tower-like wooden churches dot the landscape.

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Tourists swamp village loved by Prince Charles; BBC

Residents say Viscri, where Prince Charles owns a home, is struggling with a recent tourism boom.

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A vanishing way of life in Danube Delta’s natural paradise; AFP

As the “last rower” left in one of the villages dotting Romania’s Danube Delta, Iosif Acsente is all too aware of how the traditions and vistas of the region are slowly disappearing — an issue brought into sharper relief by the coronavirus pandemic.

Source: A vanishing way of life in Danube Delta’s natural paradise

Ancient Dacian fortress in Romania to undergo EUR 3 million refurbishment; Romania Insider

The Dacian fortress of Sarmizegetusa Regia, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Hunedoara county, will undergo a EUR 3 million refurbishment process.

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The top ten attractions in Transylvania everyone should see; Gergely Kolba; Daily News Hungary

Have you ever been to Transylvania? #dailynewshungary #hungary #transilvania

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Spectacular and Ancient Dacian fortresses in the Mountains of Romania; Ed Whelan; Ancient Origins

The mighty Dacian civilization once rivalled Rome in power and prestige. Today little remains of this empire apart from the six Dacian fortresses which are located across several sites in the…

Source: Spectacular and Ancient Dacian fortresses in the Mountains of Romania

7 UNESCO Villages In Romania With Fortified Churches; Maria; Chasing the Donkey

Here is everything there is to know about the best UNESCO villages in Romania. Start planning a fantastic trip to explore Transylvania’s 7 villages with fortified churches now!

Source: 7 UNESCO Villages In Romania With Fortified Churches – Chasing the Donkey

Letter from Romania: A 12th-century village endures; David Karas; CS Monitor

By investing in its cultural heritage, a Transylvanian village makes a comeback.

Source: Letter from Romania: A 12th-century village endures

The most underrated rural regions in Romania for cultural immersion; Olivia Petra-Coman; Matador Network

Look further than Transylvania.

Source: The most underrated rural regions in Romania for cultural immersion

Greening the Danube; WWF

Restoring forests is helping to secure the future of one of the world’s great rivers – and the people and nature that depend on it.

Source: Greening the Danube

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