A tour to Domogled National Park, Valea Cernei

A tour to Domogled National Park, Valea Cernei

Domogled national reserve works as a sanctuary for the local flora and fauna varieties. The park is very rich in rare elements for you will find exceptional flora on the limy stones and hardly accessible spots, sunny fields and rocks covered by spring water. All this beautiful wildlife can be also found further up in Valea Cernei towards the north and other regions of the Banat Mountains. If you keep your eyes open you can notice the remarkable elements and plants at Domogled which can be ide... [ read more ]

Danube River Cruises

Danube River Cruises

The famous and well known Danube River which inspired several poets and writers of many nations throughout history forms a lengthy part of the southern border of Romania. Herodotus, the Greek historian called it ‘The King of European Rivers’. The Danube enters Romania at the Iron Gates and flows about 670 miles through the country, which after streams freely into the Black Sea. Before entering and uniting with the sea, the Danube forms the Danube Delta, a unique and spectacular wetland whe... [ read more ]

One week tour in Romania

One week tour in Romania

You’re lying in the grass and it’s greener than you have ever seen. You’re looking up and you see the sky bluer than ever. You look around and you see tall, quiet fir trees, standing still for hundreds and hundreds of years. Oh, sorry I should have started with the beginning: you’re on fourth day of your one week tour in Romania and you have just reached one of the peaks of Apuseni Mountains. I bet you want to know, though, how you got there. Here is a little hint of what you might see a... [ read more ]

Most beautiful Saxon Cities in Romania

Most beautiful Saxon Cities in Romania

During the 12th century, following an order of the Hungarian Empire, Transylvania began to be colonized by a Germanic population, subsequently known as Transylvanian Saxons. Their aim was to defend the Hungarian borders in Transylvania. As they settled in, the Saxons influenced to a great extent the manner of living and the organizational structures within the Romanian principality. As such, there are now almost 250 fortifications and churches built by the Saxons from the 14th until the 18th cen... [ read more ]