Come and discover Brașov, the centre of tourism in Transylvania. The Saxon city situated at the foot of Mount Tâmpa is an attractive one, with natural beauties and Renaissance architecture. Listen to the fascinating legends about haunted old buildings, enjoy the best traditional desserts and charge yourselves with the energy that this place emanates.
Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is a metropolis located in the south of the country, on the banks of the river Dâmboviţa. Come to discover Bucharest, with its streets full of old palaces and boyar houses. Stroll along the wide tree-lined boulevards and visit its famous parks. For a complete experience, get to know the noisy world of Bucharest’s nightlife and accommodate in one of the Capital’s boutique hotels.
Cluj Napoca is one of the most important cities in Transylvania and a destination not to be missed. Cluj-Napoca invites you to discover the medieval atmosphere of its streets and the buildings’ architectural beauty. Being an important multicultural university centre, the city impresses through the variety and multitude of its cultural events.
Constanţa (ancient Greek colony Tomis) is the capital of Dobrogea region and Romania’s most important sea port. The city on the Black Sea coast reveals an attractive combination of Greco-Roman remains, Turkish mosques, Art Nouveau monuments and interesting museums. Constanţa is also an important starting point for going to the Romanian seaside resorts.
Craiova, the biggest city located in the Oltenia Plain, has a natural charm. Stroll along the streets in the old part of the city, where, 200 years ago, merchants exposed their products like in a Byzantine market town. Admire the Renaissance-inspired boyar houses and the old churches, decorated with stained glass. For a moment of relaxation, enter in one of the cafes from Craiova’s old centre, or in the restaurants with menus for all tastes.
Iași is the second largest city in Romania, and Moldavia’s cultural, religious, social and historical centre. The city’s past as capital of Moldavia and even Romania has resulted in an impressive number of monasteries, churches, museums, memorial houses, palaces, historic buildings and parks. Visiting Iași, the country’s biggest university centre, you will feel the students’ energy and the nightlife’s vividness.
Located in the heart of the country, Sibiu (Hermannstadt in German) is Transylvania’s cultural centre. In Sibiu you will discover one of the best museums in Romania, beautiful churches, the ruins of Saxon bastions and the old centre painted in pastel colours, where every third building is a historical monument. Visit the city declared European Capital of Culture in 2007 and discover the intriguing mixture of German, Austrian, Hungarian and Romanian influences.
Sighişoara is a medieval town located inside the Carpathian arch, in the historical region Transylvania. Sighişoara’s charm is given by its narrow cobblestone streets, the historic buildings, the defence walls and towers of the old citadel and the medieval festivals. Discover Sighişoara, one of the most beautiful fortified towns, included on the UNESCO’s World Heritage list.
Called the “City of Lights”, Timişoara is one of the largest urban centres in western Romania. Filled with history and more open to the western civilization, the city was the starting point of the anti-communist revolution in Romania. Visiting Timişoara will give you the opportunity to discover its Habsburg-influenced architecture, to take a romantic walk on the bridges over the river Bega and to taste the Serbian-flavoured cuisine.