Birthplace Vlad Tepes III

Just a few meters from the Clock Tower, the landmark of the city of Sighisoara, is the birthplace of Prince Vlad Tepes III, who is said to have served as the inspiration for the novel character Dracula. He was also called Prince Vlad Drăculea, and was brutal towards...

Open Air Museum Astra Sibiu

The open-air museum Astra (“Muzeul Civilizatiei Populare Traditionale ASTRA”) is located just outside the city of Sibiu and is one of the city’s must-see attractions. On more than 90 hectares, exhibits on Romanian rural life and farming technology...

Discover Bucharest

Bucharest (Bucuresti) is the capital of Romania and with more than two million inhabitants (unofficially much more) also the largest city in the country. Bucharest is the political and economic center of Romania and a popular destination for tourists from all over the...

Discover Sibiu

A must-see is the city of Sibiu in Transylvania, also known as Hermannstadt. The medieval city center offers numerous historical monuments and other old buildings and a huge marketplace where various events take place. In 2007, Sibui was also the European Capital of...

Discover Sighisoara

The city of Sighisoara is a must-see for any traveler. The Romanian city is one of the most worth seeing medieval cities in Europe and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, which shows the importance of the place. And as so often in Transylvania, there are...

Discover Iasi

The charming city of Iasi is located in the northeast of Romania and is one of the oldest cities in Romania. Iasi is also the political, economic and cultural center of the province of Moldavia and a very popular city break destination in Eastern Europe due to its...