Veliko Tarnovo is the wonder city, located at only 180 km from Bucharest, in northern Bulgaria, along river Yantra. Be it that you want to escape the crowd of the capital, discover a new place or spend a week-end away from home, Veliko Tarnovo is the ideal place.


Iași, the former capital of Moldova is a city full of history, every step you take.


Nowadays there is a tendency for more and more Romanian people to celebrate Valentine’s Day, which became the international celebration of love, but “Dragobetele” is the authentic Romanian celebration of love, deeply rooted in the ancestral traditions.


Regardless if a tourist or inhabitant of Bucharest, an escape into Bucharest is always a good reason to discover the beauties of Little Paris, as well as the places less known that are worth visiting.


Alba Iulia is one of the most beautiful cities, located at a distance of 350 km from Bucharest.


If you ever get to the heart of Romania, you don’t have to miss Sighisoara. Located at a distance of 300 km from Bucharest, Sighisoara is a place where you can charge your batteries and where history is written on every narrow lane of this citadel.


Mogosoaia Palace, located at approximately 15 km from Bucharest City Centre, is built of Brancoveanu architecture (Romanian Renaissance) and combines Venetian and Ottoman elements


Located at 184 km from Bucharest, Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities of Romania to have quantified its history and worth visiting.


The city of Sibiu was founded in the 12th century by the Saxon community, initially under the name of Hermanstadt. In 1919, the name of the city was officially changed to Sibiu.


Bran Castle is one of the Romanian symbols acknowledged across borders due to its association with the legend of Dracula and Bram Stoker’s novel. Bran Castle is also known as “Dracula’s Castle”.