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Romania has a collection of diverse attractions, the fascinating legacy of a storied history |
and a vibrant folk culture that makes visitors feel as if theyve taken a trip back in time.
Medieval Cities: Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu with fortified ramparts, cobblestoned streets and historic monuments.
Castles: Fairy-tale castles such as the Peles Royal Castle in Sinaia and Bran Castle near Brasov, home of the fictional Dracula
Villages: Old traditional communities in Maramures and Transylvania.
Wooden Churches: The elaborately carved wooden churches in the remote mountain villages of Maramures.
Painted Monasteries: The unique 13th-century monasteries of Bucovina, whose exteriors feature Byzantine influenced frescoes.
Bucharest: Magnificent architecture, opulent palaces, fascinating museums, and exciting nightlife.
Danube Delta: A wilderness paradise for birds and wildlife.
Black Sea Resorts: Golden beaches and seaside pleasures.
Spas: Rejuvenation escapes in Ana Aslan/ Gerovital treatment centers - many on the Black Sea coast.
Spectacular Scenery: The dramatic beauty of Romanias countryside.
Romania has a rich tradition in dramatic theatre, classical music and opera.
Romania's history, culture and arts can be seen throughout the country's many fine museums.
For a list of Romania's museums click: Museums
For Bucharest's museums, click: Bucharest
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