Romania Insider
15 November 2010

Already planning your winter holidays? Well, if you're choosing Bucharest for your stay in the month of December, we've made a list of events in the city you could try yourself - or offer as gifts to your loved ones. Stay tuned in the following days as we are preparing more goodies to help you plan for the winter season in Romania! Also, check back on this article as we'll be adding more events as they are announced.

Romania Insider
12 November 2010

Two tourism associations, APDT Brasov and Association Monteoru Renaissance have recently launched the Carpathian Tourism Cluster Romania, a network of regional and national stakeholders in the Romanian tourism industry. The aim of this cluster is to support sustainable tourism development and create additional value for the tourism industry in region of the Carpathian Mountains. Members of the cluster are tourism development associations, NGOs, local and national authorities, tour operators, travel agencies, tourism guides, event agencies, suppliers of the tourism industry and service and consulting companies.

Romania Insider
10 November 2010

The heart of Romania, Sibiu or “Hermannstadt” in German and “Nagyszeben” in Hungarian, is one of the most important Romanian cultural centers. Ranked as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live in”, it was also the “European Capital of Culture” in 2007, alongside with Luxembourg.

Romania Insider
04 November 2010

A group of Romanian investors is planning the first lake dwelling resort in Romania, in Berzasca, Caras Severin county, South West of Romania, local media has reported. The resort will include, among others 30 bungalows, two pools and restaurants on the Danube. The project, worth EUR 1.6 million, will be half financed by European funds.

Romania Insider
03 November 2010

One of the main cities in Romania, at the crossroads of several commercial routes, Constanta is an industrial, commercial and tourist center and the oldest Romanian city, the town where Roman poet Ovid has been exiled during ancient times.

Romania Insider
27 October 2010

“Iasi is more than a former illustrious capital of Moldavia, within its walls art and national historical treasures dwell, such abundant treasures that no other city in today’s Romania possesses,“ wrote historian Nicolae Iorga. For most cultures known as Iassy, the main urban center in Nord-Eastern Romania, a former capital of Moldavia and later of Romania, this is today’s third largest city in Romania and the second largest university and cultural center.

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Named Cluj –Napoca in Romanian, Kolozsvárin in Hungarian, Klausenburg in German, Kluż in Polish, Claudiopolis in Greek and Napoca in Latin, this is the second largest and one of the most visited cities of Romania. A great place to visit over an extended week-end. Romania-Insider.com takes you on a trip to the city of Cluj – Napoca.

Romania Insider
12 October 2010

There is a vibrant world waiting to be discovered across Romania, outside capital city Bucharest and much of it rests unknown. Some of Romania's biggest cities have a rich history, have witnessed the creation of the country's culture and some of them are currently flourishing business hubs. Romania-insider.com starts a series of articles presenting major Romania cities. This week's pick is Timisoara, the first mainland European city to to be lit by electric street lamps in 1884. This was also the city where the anti-communist revolution spark started in 1989.

Romania Insider
24 September 2010

More than six centuries ago, when the Ilfov watcher was overlooking the Giurgiu road from the survey tower close to Dambovita, the scenery must have been lean. A couple of huts, maybe some water mills and a couple more chattels that made a so called village. The Vlasiei forests were surrounding the area, going deep and dark far beyond the distance.

Romania Insider
15 November 2010

Already planning your winter holidays? Well, if you're choosing Bucharest for your stay in the month of December, we've made a list of events in the city you could try yourself - or offer as gifts to your loved ones. Stay tuned in the following days as we are preparing more goodies to help you plan for the winter season in Romania! Also, check back on this article as we'll be adding more events as they are announced.

Romania Insider
12 November 2010

Two tourism associations, APDT Brasov and Association Monteoru Renaissance have recently launched the Carpathian Tourism Cluster Romania, a network of regional and national stakeholders in the Romanian tourism industry. The aim of this cluster is to support sustainable tourism development and create additional value for the tourism industry in region of the Carpathian Mountains. Members of the cluster are tourism development associations, NGOs, local and national authorities, tour operators, travel agencies, tourism guides, event agencies, suppliers of the tourism industry and service and consulting companies.

Romania Insider
10 November 2010

The heart of Romania, Sibiu or “Hermannstadt” in German and “Nagyszeben” in Hungarian, is one of the most important Romanian cultural centers. Ranked as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live in”, it was also the “European Capital of Culture” in 2007, alongside with Luxembourg.

Romania Insider
04 November 2010

A group of Romanian investors is planning the first lake dwelling resort in Romania, in Berzasca, Caras Severin county, South West of Romania, local media has reported. The resort will include, among others 30 bungalows, two pools and restaurants on the Danube. The project, worth EUR 1.6 million, will be half financed by European funds.

Romania Insider
03 November 2010

One of the main cities in Romania, at the crossroads of several commercial routes, Constanta is an industrial, commercial and tourist center and the oldest Romanian city, the town where Roman poet Ovid has been exiled during ancient times.

Romania Insider
27 October 2010

“Iasi is more than a former illustrious capital of Moldavia, within its walls art and national historical treasures dwell, such abundant treasures that no other city in today’s Romania possesses,“ wrote historian Nicolae Iorga. For most cultures known as Iassy, the main urban center in Nord-Eastern Romania, a former capital of Moldavia and later of Romania, this is today’s third largest city in Romania and the second largest university and cultural center.

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Named Cluj –Napoca in Romanian, Kolozsvárin in Hungarian, Klausenburg in German, Kluż in Polish, Claudiopolis in Greek and Napoca in Latin, this is the second largest and one of the most visited cities of Romania. A great place to visit over an extended week-end. Romania-Insider.com takes you on a trip to the city of Cluj – Napoca.

Romania Insider
12 October 2010

There is a vibrant world waiting to be discovered across Romania, outside capital city Bucharest and much of it rests unknown. Some of Romania's biggest cities have a rich history, have witnessed the creation of the country's culture and some of them are currently flourishing business hubs. Romania-insider.com starts a series of articles presenting major Romania cities. This week's pick is Timisoara, the first mainland European city to to be lit by electric street lamps in 1884. This was also the city where the anti-communist revolution spark started in 1989.

Romania Insider
24 September 2010

More than six centuries ago, when the Ilfov watcher was overlooking the Giurgiu road from the survey tower close to Dambovita, the scenery must have been lean. A couple of huts, maybe some water mills and a couple more chattels that made a so called village. The Vlasiei forests were surrounding the area, going deep and dark far beyond the distance.

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