The Poenari Citadel in Romania’s Arges county, also known as the citadel of Vlad the Impaler, will reopen after the bears in the Arfeu...

Famous Romanian citadel, revamped with EU money

One of the largest and best preserved feudal fortresses in Eastern Europe will undergo restoration fueled by EU money. The Fagaras Citadel in Romania, which...

New holiday idea: Cruises on the Danube, in Southwestern Romania

Tourists arriving in the town of Moldova Noua, in Southwestern Romania, now have a new way of spending their free time: regular cruises by...

Western Romania city, most demanded local air travel destination

Timisoara, a city in western Romania, is the air travel destination most in demand in the country, daily Ziarul Financiar (ZF) reported, quoted by...

Museum in north-central Romania to become country’s second largest nature sciences one

The Mureș Nature Sciences Museum will become the second one in the country, size and patrimony wise, after its refurbishment, the museum’s director, Soos...

Prince Charles reveals what brings him to Romania

Prince Charles of Wales, the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom said his Romanian friends, the cultural and nature patrimony of the...

Romanian steam train route reopens in Transylvania

The route of the steam train Mocănița going through the Bistrița-Năsăud and Mureș counties, in Romania’s Transylvania’s region, reopened starting May 27, Agerpres reported. The...

Tourist path opens at Romania’s Bigăr waterfall

A tourist path allowing visitors to go down at the base of the Bigăr waterfall has been set up, following a EUR 140,000 investment, Adevarul...
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Authorities work on reopening Romania’s beautiful high altitude roads

The Romanian authorities are currently working on reopening the amazing mountain roads Transfagarasan and Transalpina for the summer traffic. However, while the Transalpina may already be...

One of Romania’s oldest mines will become a museum

A mining museum will open in Anina, in Western Romania’s Caras – Severin county, on the site of the coal mine that closed more...

videoNational Geographic video looks at the many surprises of Romania

A short one-minute video on the National Geographic Facebook page describes Romania as a “country full of surprises,” ranging from the legend of Dracula's...

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