Freddie Hopkinson has won The Telegraph’s weekly Just Back travel writing competition with an account of a trip in Transylvania, a region in Romania. After...

Romania travel: Five reasons to visit Arad

With its large parks and monumental buildings, Arad spreads on the banks of the Mureș river, welcoming visitors to its long history and 'Little...

Romanian film review – The week in festivals: Dracula Brașov, Astra Sibiu, Les Films...

These are busy days for film aficionados. No less than three festivals are taking place at the moment in different cities, all three very...

Wild Carpathia & Flavours of Romania producers raise money to send free DVDs to...

The producers of the Wild Carpathia & Flavours of Romania documentary series promoting Romania plan to donate their most recent documentaries on DVD to...

Romania travel: Seven ways to experience the countryside

Waking up away from the noise of the city and eating locally-grown products and traditional dishes are part of the allure of a countryside...

Bucharest Centennial: Manuc’s Inn, the witness of two centuries of Romania’s history

Romania-Insider.com has started a series of articles about Bucharest landmarks of architecture or history, which have witnessed the last century of what is now...

Discover Romania: Small museums dedicated to the everyday life under communism

Although called The Golden Age by the communist propaganda, the years during which Romania was ruled by the communist regime were some of the...

Bucharest Centennial: Grigore Cerchez, leading representative of Neo-Romanian architectural style

Romania-Insider.com has started a series of articles about Bucharest landmarks of architecture or history, which have witnessed the last century of what is now...

Discover Romania: Seven tourist destinations and their legends

Many places in Romania are surrounded by stories, myths and legends, which sometimes make the experience of visiting them even more interesting. From legends about...

Romania travel: Five reasons to visit Bistrița

The flourishing trade and crafts put Bistrița on the map of Transylvania’s burgs centuries ago. Now, the northernmost Saxon town in the country welcomes...

New look: Castles and fortresses in Romania restored with EU funding

With limited local budgets and plans to develop their tourist potential, many historical landmarks in the country have turned to EU funds to help...

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