Eugene Ionesco and success of the play “La Cantatrice Chauve”
The Romanian-French playwright of the absurd theatre
The Meledic Plateau in the Buzău Carpathians - surrounded by extraordinary landscapes, beauty and mystery, the plateau and its hidden treasures are waiting to be admired
The attractions of the area are the 6S Mânzăleşti Cave - the largest salt cave dug in Europe and the second in the world -, along with the legendary “Bottomless Lake”
Eco Tiny House - a Romanian business for Romanians?
Eco Tiny House, a firm, or better yet a new concept emerging on the Romanian market, proposes to clients a return to the simple things both when it comes to inhabiting a home and when it comes to the way they decide to live their...
Râşnov Citadel– a must see destination in Romania
One of the oldest and best preserved citadels in Romania, built in the 13th century in order to protect Transylvanian villages from foreign invasions
Casa Altringen - a delicious restaurant with a strong original imprint of the local tradition in Banat, defined by a local rustic decor that seduces even the most demanding tastes
Casa Altringen - a successful family-run business, which turned an old authentic Swabian household in a jewel-like bed and breakfast with a restaurant, given their desire to share with others the joys of living in the countryside
Blagoveștenia – the Lady Day and the annunciation of the birth of Jesus
The Annunciation of our Lord to the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Romanian tradition
Filippo Scolari, the rise from a Florentine warlord to a Count of Temesvár
Filippo Scolari has distinguished himself for his military and diplomatic talent, at the Hungarian king, Sigismund of Luxembourg
Dobrogea, the fascinated land between the Danube and the Black Sea and its treasures: the little churches of rods and clay from the Ostrov area, Constanța county
Near the cave where St. Apostle Andrew lived, there is a group of three churches, unique in the country and in Europe, by the architectural technique used
Brukenthal Palace from Avrig – a historical Baroque jewel at the foot of Făgăraş Mountains
Discover the summer residence of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal, built in the late 18th century, restored and returned to public
Cotnari wines, the liquid gold of Romania
Tradition. Refinement. Quality.
The monasteries in Vâlcea – the pride of Vâlcea and a reason for national pride – classed as historical monuments, on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list
Râmnicu Vâlcea, the first county in Romania under documentary certification, holds a rich heritage of monastic establishments and the highest number of wooden churches in Romania
Grilled mititei – traditional Romanian recipe
Mititei, a sort of grilled meatball, are kings of Romanian picnics. Mici are mandatory served with mustard and bread, next to a pint of beer
Fairy-tale palaces and boyar houses in Bucharest: Creţulescu Palace - an architectural jewel located in the proximity of Cișmigiu Park
The story of Creţulescu Palace begins around 1700, when Safta, one of Ruler Constantin Brâncoveanu’s daughters got married and received the land as dowry to build up a home for her future family
The most beautiful libraries in Romania
Imposing by their sheer size and maze-like structures, commanding respect for the knowledge they hold inside, libraries can be the most fascinating buildings of all. Here is a selection of libraries in Romania with a long history...
Bogdan Domain, nature in a glass of wine
Murfatlar wine area, biodynamic viticulture
Cabbage á la Cluj – a traditional recipe from Transylvania
Although a symbolic recipe of Cluj-Napoca, recognized as such by the rest of the country, it might in fact not have a lot to do with the city whose name it bears.
Top 5 ski resorts in Romania
There are many ski resorts in Romania that draw thousands of tourists every season. But there are a few that are so well equipped and high standard that they will make your skiing experience extremely luxurious and comfortable
Soveja Monastery – a 17th Century voivodal foundation in Vrancea region, built as a symbol of the peace treaty reached by two Romanian voivodes, a Moldavian and a Wallachian
Located at the entry in Soveja balneary resort – the place with the best ozone-rich air in the country – Dobromirea Monastery, as it is also called, is a light and spirituality oasis placed in a piece of heaven
Cucuteni - the traces of a fascinating population found on the territory of Romania
Traces of a remarkably evolved population from around 6-7.000 years ago were discovered in Romania. The population is called the Cucuteni and it produced some of the most impressive artistic items. Scientists are amazed at their...
The Melik House – an architectural gemstone in Bucharest, a story-like house with a tumultuous history of more than 250 years, hosting the Theodor Pallady Museum
Not far from the Armenian Church, surrounded by narrow streets that emanate the fascination of old times, among multi-coloured flower bushes, a splendidhouse stands - one of the most beautiful and oldest in Bucharest