LOT Polish Airlines flight from Toronto to Bucharest from $749

LOT Polish Airlines flight from Toronto to Bucharest from $749

Our deal hunters were busy again and found you a fligh from Toronto to Bucharest for a really good price at the beginning of March. If you were ever thinking to visit the Romanian capital, don’t hesitate; book yourself a flight with the LOT Polish Airlines flight from Toronto to Bucharest for $749 from March 3 to March 10, 2014 and save more than 20%. For other deals of our partners please search the box below. You may never know, you might find a flight that is better for you; maybe an... [ read more ]

The Galbena Stone and Live Fire glacier

The Galbena Stone and Live Fire glacier

The Galbena Stone (1,243 m) seen from the north, is a slope located in the southern extreme of the Barsa Pit. The southern part of the slope, however, is a steep limestone of over 200 m, with wide views, guarding the Flower Glade. Due to the views that the Stone of Galbena offers, is one of the most beautiful lookout points in the Apuseni Mountains. The Live Fire Glacier is a cave that is sheltering the third largest fossil ice block in the country, after the Glacier of Scărişoara and t... [ read more ]

The Balileasa Depression and the area of

The Balileasa Depression and the area of “The Stables”

Romania is a beautiful country with a diverse relief that worth to be visited. Even if there are not as many developed resorts as in the Western countries, the landscape is breathtaking and the hiking routes are not crowded. Balileasa is an elongated lowland located in the western part of Padis devoid of forest and riddled with sinkholes. The lowland has the appearance of a valley with a large meadow, without being crossed by a regularly stream. The upstream side of the "valley" is guarded by... [ read more ]

Tourism on the Small Island of Braila

Tourism on the Small Island of Braila

From the point of view of tourism, downstream side of the Small Island of Braila, called the Popa area, and the half upstream, the Egret special protection area, represents a particular interest. The total area of ​​this protected area is 17529 ha. Due to the efforts of specialists, the Small Island of Braila was declared a Mixed zoological and botanical reservation. On the area were identified about 150 species of plants. The forest vegetation, encountered both in terrestrial habitats ... [ read more ]

Things to know about the Galbena gorges

Things to know about the Galbena gorges

Located in the southwestern and western part of the closed basin of Padiş - Fortress of Ponor, Galbena is a drainage corridor to the Beius Depression for the majority of the water from the Padiş Basin. Almost throughout the whole area, the Galbena include narrow gorges, bounded by vertical walls and steep slopes, with numerous waterfalls and is very difficult to cross. The upstream sector is the most spectacular, the portion between the Izbuc of Galbena and the confluence with the Luncşoa... [ read more ]

The main tourist attractions in Braila

The main tourist attractions in Braila

The Danube, this wonderful way of European water, after crossing 2500 km, like feeling its end, it splits into two branches, the Macin (Old Danube) and the Cremenea (Danube), hoping that at least one of them will not meet the sea. The Greek historian and geographer Herodotus wrote in the 5th century BC the following: "between rivers that has a reputation and are navigable when you come from the sea, it is the Hister as well" – the Hister is another name for the Danube. In the course of thi... [ read more ]

The Small Island of Braila

The Small Island of Braila

One of the most important agricultural areas of Romania is the swamp of Braila. Between the two arms of the Danube, the navigable Danube on the west called the Cremenea arm and the Old Danube in the east called the Macin arm, was one of the most important hydrological units in the Danube. With a total length of about 60 km and a width of 23 km, the Swamp of Braila has a total area of 99 000 ha. If we add to this area the floodplain part from the outside of it, the whole area is over 153 000 h... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Braila

Tourist guide to Braila

The County of Braila is located in southeastern part of Romania on the Lower Danube with an area of ​​4,766 km2 and a population of 392,000 inhabitants. The center of the area, the city of Braila was mentioned in 1350 in a Spanish geographical work under the name of "Drinago". In 1368 it was mentioned in a document of the ruler of Wallachia, Vlaicu Voda. In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries Braila was considered the largest sea ​​port on the Danube, here came the ships fromevery ... [ read more ]

Cultural life and education in the ancient city of Braila

Cultural life and education in the ancient city of Braila

Braila is one of the oldest cities in Romania and has been the most important port of Wallachia, the southern part of Romania. Situated on a large terrace, at the union of the two main branches of the Danube, where the river becomes available for the medium sized trasport ships, Braila is an ancient city with numerous archaeological remains from the Bronze Age and the Geto-Dacian Era, discovered in the neighborhood of Brailita. The city of Braila encouraged cultural life from the earliest age... [ read more ]

An authentic tour around Transylvania, Maramures

An authentic tour around Transylvania, Maramures

Join us for a one week tour around Maramures during which you will be able to visit some of the legendary locations of Transylvania. Listen to stories about life and death, history, places of worship and silent, agglomerated and cold places. Admire the monumental scenery, breath in the fresh air and the medieval atmosphere. Thus tourists will get more than expected from the coffin vampire count: authenticity. Discover the Romanian traditions rooted in Maramures. During the seven days of this ... [ read more ]