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
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...
A restaurant that lures you with “boyar’s goodies” and recipes from remote times
From old times, the wine produced here was "oily, strong and durable" and it was considered one of the best wines in Europe
Wine is a beverage whose ceremonial and ritual role clearly stands out for its many ancient meanings
Through its cuisine, considered one of the tastiest cuisines in Romania, Moldavia offers its guests unique dishes
An ancient ritual of renewal of the world known also as the Dead Passover, the Small Easter, the Easter of the ancient Gods (Blajini), Rocmanii, Romans, Rugmanii
If the high society had at his disposal an extravagant cuisine, the commoners lived a life in which the gastronomic rules followed strict canons imposed by the church and by the succession of the seasons.
Discover the taste of childhood in the Romanian kitchen
“Hristos a-nviat!” or “Christ is risen!” – Romanian believes, legends and gastronomy
Learn about the wonderful and unique tradition of Easter egg painting and about the meanings of the symbols that are represented
The Egg Museum from Vama offers visitors a collection of more than 3000 eggs, made with different techniques
Easter, the most important holiday of Christendom celebrates the miracle of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the essence of the Christian faith
The Crucifixion - the primordial chaos- and the Resurrection in the Romanian Orthodox Religion
The feast of the Meeting of the Lord
Practices, beliefs and habits of spring
The Annunciation of our Lord to the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Romanian tradition
The Firijba village in Vâlcea County, one of the oldest villages in the country, attracts tourists for its picturesque, naturalness and ancestral load
Hidden in the middle of a forest, surrounded by acacia trees and the secular oaks, the village tells its story from an ancient time
Everyone knows what the peaches are. But who knows what the peach cookies are? Taking into account the reputation of peaches, some woman, passionate for desserts, have created the dessert that mimics this fruit.
In the Orthodox calendar, March 9 marks an important celebration, the day of the forty holy martyrs, a day of specific food offerings, when ritual eating could influence the state of health and work ability of the people in the...