Founded by the ruler Neagoe Basarab, the monastery located in Curtea de Argeș (one of the oldest Wallachian settlements), is a true architectural masterpiece
Post-Easter festivities. In popular tradition, there is the belief that in this day begins the summer, birds teach their children to fly and it is celebrated as a day of rest
Panemar is a company founded in Cluj-Napoca that has become one of the most popular local brands. The products are of a very high standard and they are sold in a warm and welcoming environment
The menu offers a rich selection of Japanese specials, such as Ramen soup, delicious salads such as kappa sunomo, temaki, sahimi, Nigiri Sushior Maki Sushi
Nobody made better doughnuts that my grandmother - all fluffy and tasteful, filled with plum jam or confiture, or even without filling
Romanian terroir and African experience, exceptional Romanian wines
Built on a terrace, 60 meters above the River Someş, and to the North of the city center, the Fortress is a wonderful place to get a panoramic view of Cluj-Napoca
At the International Biological Wine Competition, Milessime BIO 2018, the first Romanian producer to develop biodynamic viticulture, wins the grand prize
Prince Vlad III Basarab, or Vlad the Impaler as he was called by the Turks because of the penalty of impaling applied to the enemy, while by the Romanians was called Vlad "Drăculea", which in Romanian medieval language meant son...
The oldest brewery in Romania has almost 300 years
A restaurant that lures you with “boyar’s goodies” and recipes from remote times
The fortress, haughty guards the southern entrance of Transfăgărăşan with its mysterious air from medieval times
A Little History Legend says that a shepherd named Bucur settled with his sheep in a fertile plain, close to a river and founded a dwelling – which is now known as Bucharest, the capital of Romania.
Ecologically certified wines, the right balance between tradition and technology
Fairy-tale palaces and boyar houses in Bucharest: The Știrbei palaces and the story of a family of rulers
Only 20 km away, in the cities of Bucharest and Buftea, there are two beautiful palaces that belonged to the same boyar family, Ştirbei-Bibescu
From old times, the wine produced here was "oily, strong and durable" and it was considered one of the best wines in Europe
Although it does not have an important pedigree, Sebeş has become a true business pole, not just in the region, but across the country, hosting billions of euros worth of businesses
Palaces and fairy-tale houses in Bucharest: The Palace of Carol I University Foundation - the monumental building that houses over 125 years of history
Located near the Royal Palace, the Carol I Central University Library is one of the most beautiful, intimate and welcoming cultural institutions in Bucharest
While remote sports betting may not have enjoyed the exponential growth recorded by the online casino vertical of late, it remains a key contributor to the Italian economy. It’s also fair to say that this lucrative market has...
Wine is a beverage whose ceremonial and ritual role clearly stands out for its many ancient meanings