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Things to do in Romania

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The most visited in Romania
Castles in Bran
Bran Castle
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Cities in Brașov
Brasov
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Cities in Bucharest
Bucharest Historic District
(4)
Palaces in Bucharest
Palace of the Parliament
(19)
Castles in Sinaia
Peleș Castle
(18)
1 activity
Cities in Sibiu
Sibiu
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Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Arcul de Triumf
(14)
Churches in Brașov
Black Church (Biserica Neagra)
(10)
Streets in Curtea de Arges
Transfagarasan Highway
(6)
Churches in Câlnic
Calnic Church
Villages in Curtea de Arges
Curtea de Arges
(2)
Cities in Sighisoara
Sighisoara
(4)
Squares in Sibiu
Piata Mica
(4)
Nature Reserves in Brașov
Tampa Mountain
(3)
Cemeteries in Sapânta
The Merry Cemetery
(8)
Airports in Timisoara
Timisoara
(6)
Nightlife Districts in Bucharest
Macca-Vilacrosse Passage
Villages in Bran
Bran
(7)
Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Arcul de Triumf
(14)
Historical Monuments in Suceava
Voronet Monastery
(3)
Historical Monuments in Târgu-Neamt
Neamt Monastery
(2)
Historical Monuments in Brașov
Rasnov Fortress
(1)
1 activity
Historical Monuments in Probota
Monasteries of Bucovina
(2)
Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Romanian Athenaeum
(5)
Historical Monuments in Sibiu
Sibiu Lutheran Cathedral
(3)
Historical Monuments in Rasnov
Râșnov Citadel
(1)
2 activities
Historical Monuments in Sibiu
The Council Tower
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Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Senate of Romania
(2)
Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Charles de Gaulle Square
(7)
Historical Monuments in Bucov
Moldovita Monastery
(3)
Historical Monuments in Prejmer
Prejmer Fortress
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Historical Monuments in Sibiu
Sibiu Old Town
(3)
Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Curtea Veche
(2)
Historical Monuments in Brașov
Historical Monuments in Cotesti
Regia Sarmizegetutsa Hypogeal
Historical Monuments in Câmpulung
Namaesti Monastery
Historical Monuments in Sighisoara
Clock Tower
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Historical Monuments in Sighisoara
Churches in Brașov
Black Church (Biserica Neagra)
(10)
Churches in Câlnic
Calnic Church
Churches in Bucharest
Biserica Doamnei
Churches in Brașov
Biserica Sfanta Treime
(1)
Churches in Prejmer
Santa Cruz Church
Churches in Baraolt
Church of Ocland
Churches in Biertan
Church of Biertan
Churches in Orlat
Church of Sibiel
Churches in Câlnic
Câlnic Fortified Church
Churches in Bucharest
Churches in Jina
Jina Church
Churches in Cluj-Napoca
Reformed Fortified Church
(1)
Churches in Hunedoara
Royal Chapel
(1)
Churches in Sighisoara
Church of the Hill
Churches in Sighisoara
Saschiz Fortified Church
Churches in Biertan
Biertan Fortified Church
Churches in Sibiu
St Ursuline Church
Churches in Ieud
Maramures: Ieud Church
Churches in Bucharest
Villages in Curtea de Arges
Curtea de Arges
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Villages in Bran
Bran
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Villages in Baia Mare
Maramures
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Villages in Rupea
Rupea
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Villages in Brașov
Poiana Brasov
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Villages in Sfântu Gheorghe
Sfântu Gheorghe
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Villages in Sebes
Sebes
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Villages in Rasnov
Rasnov
Villages in Prejmer
Prejmer
Villages in Contesti
Contesti
Villages in Rasnov
Valea Moeciului
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Villages in Homorod
Homorod
Villages in Orlat
Orlat
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Villages in Saliste
Saliste
Villages in Jina
Jina
Villages in Sighisoara
Villages in Pitesti
Pitesti
Villages in Zarnesti
Zarnesti
Villages in Rupea
Dacia
Villages in Biertan
Biertan
Museums in Bucharest
National Museum of Art of Romania
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Museums in Câlnic
Museum of Popular Art
Museums in Bucharest
The Art Collections Museum
Museums in Sighetu Marmatiei
Sighet Prison Memorial
(1)
Museums in Suceava
Bucovina Ethnographic Museum
(4)
Museums in Orlat
Museum of Religious Icons
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Museums in Sibiu
Brukenthal National Museum
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Museums in Alba Iulia
Museum of the Union
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Museums in Sighetu Marmatiei
Museums in Bran
Bran Castle Museum
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Museums in Falticeni
Ion Irimescu Art Museum
(1)
Museums in Bucharest
(1)
Nature Reserves in Brașov
Tampa Mountain
(3)
Nature Reserves in Pitesti
Fagaras Mountains
(1)
Nature Reserves in Rasnov
The Carpathians
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Nature Reserves in Zarnesti
Piatra Craiului National Park
Nature Reserves in Simeria
Rezerva?ia Natural? Arboretum Simeria
Nature Reserves in Bran
Country of Bran
Nature Reserves in Costesti
Retezat National Park
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Nature Reserves in Sebes
Valea Sebesului
Nature Reserves in Rasnov
Libearty Bear Sanctuary
Nature Reserves in Moroeni
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Nature Reserves in Bran
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Nature Reserves in Vatra Dornei
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Nature Reserves in Danesti
Nature Reserves in Uricani
Nature Reserves in Horezu
Nature Reserves in Piatra Neamt
Nature Reserves in Bucharest
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Nature Reserves in Caransebes
Nature Reserves in Alba Iulia
Nature Reserves in Cavnic

The top 580 attractions in Romania

Castles in Bran
Bran Castle
(34)
Bran Castle can be found right in the heart of the Carpathians, in Transylvania. The castle is definitely worth a visit, but the expectations were so high that to be honest I was a little disappointed. Many of the castles of the Loire French or Spanish Castilian steppe are most impressive. Anyway, a must if you walk through this area.
2 activities
Cities in Brașov
Brasov
(13)
In my opinion, Brasow is the prettiest city in Romania, it is much prettier than the capital city, where I didn´t even take one photograph. It is medieval yet modern and it has a main street full of terraces and restaurants, its people are the most modern and with the best design stores nationwide, it is a city that I would not mind living.
Cities in Bucharest
Bucharest Historic District
(4)
Bucharest is fascinating. When arriving, the contrast of the city is incredible, but walking through the old town is magical. Among local produce shops and trendy bars, one can find little pearls, little corners that have something special that is quite difficult to put into words.
Palaces in Bucharest
Palace of the Parliament
(19)
Este edificio es extremadamente gigante, de hecho es el segundo edificio administrativo más grande del mundo, el primer puesto se lo lleva el pentágono.
Castles in Sinaia
Peleș Castle
(18)
This is an amazing palace in the city of Sinaia. It is called "The Pearl of the Carpathians" and no wonder. Situated in the foothills of the Bucegi Mountains and along the Prahova River, they began work in 1873 and the palace was completed in 1914. It was the summer residence of King Carod I. Honestly this place is worth the visit, we left there stunned. The palace is huge and full of luxuries and curiosities. It has a room decorated in oriental style, furniture from different cultures and civilizations, very luxurious, passageways , libraries, and about 160 rooms. Awesome!
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Cities in Sibiu
Sibiu
(7)
The city of Sibiu is situated in the heart of the European cultural capital Romania. It was the capital when Romania joined the European Union. The most typical are roofs with windows that look like eyes, I loved them. It has a very interesting history, one I recommend you search for because it is worth it.
Historical Monuments in Bucharest
Arcul de Triumf
(14)
Si el día está lindo, no dudes en ir preparado para hacer un pic nic luego de visitar el arco. Se encuentra a unos metros de distancia de uno de los parques más lindos de la ciudad. Con puestos para comprar comida y golosinas.
Churches in Brașov
Black Church (Biserica Neagra)
(10)
This church is the largest church in the city. It is located in the historic center, in front of the old Town Hall. It was constructed between 1385 and 1477 over the remains of an earlier church which was destroyed by invading Mongols in the year 1242. Throughout its existence, it has undergone various vicissitudes, the last was in 1689 when a large fire destroyed the city and caused the walls to go black (since then, it is known as the "black church"). It had to be rebuilt afterwards. It is the largest Gothic church to be found in Romania, although its interior is mostly Baroque. It is made of sandstone, and it has six gates which are decorated with various sculptures. It has the largest bell in Romania, which weighs seven tons. The interior has three naves divided by pillars; I must mention the Italian Renaissance-style murals, an impressive 4,000 pipe organ which dates from the early nineteenth century, and a collection of Anatolian carpets from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which are considered the most important of Europe. Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 to 15.30.
Streets in Curtea de Arges
Transfagarasan Highway
(6)
The Transfagarasan highway is the road that crosses the Fagaras mountain range in the south of the Carpathians. It's a beautiful place, but you have to know what you are going to do a few miles in two or three hours of travel. The beauty of the scenery is spectacular, with the highlight being Balea Lake. Just before the lake, I was amused by the last "public bathroom", actually a hole with three walls, no door, with probably the best view you can have from a bathroom, the whole valley of Fagaras. We went in early summer and there was still snow around the edges. In Curtea de Arges, you can say if you can take or turn around and take the normal road that goes to Sibiu. Above, there are a few hotels and restaurants. It is a favorite route for cyclists to train.
Churches in Câlnic
Calnic Church
The church in Calnic is situated in the fortress which has the same name. Together they are classed as a UNESCO world heritage site. The entrance fee costs 5 RON and you can access everything, including the bell tower where you can see the original bells which used to call the inhabitants for Mass, and also, during the invasions, to take refuge in the fortress. The church is small and quite a modest place. There are some great decorations such as the Orthodox, it is a Romanian Catholic Church. There used to be a chapel, in the same place. But in 1430, the owners sold the fort to the town, and painted this chapel with white walls. In 1733 a wooden platform was added for the nobles, with paintings of flowers.
Villages in Curtea de Arges
Curtea de Arges
(2)
Curtea de Arges is a city that can be found in central Romania, and it's also the head of Arges district. It was built on the shore of Arges River, south of the Carpathians. You can train to Curtea a very pleasant journey from Pitesti and Bucharest. You cross beautiful landscapes. Curtea's experienced a population boom over the past century along with its industrial development, and grew to about 30,000 inhabitants. Its climate cooler than the summer capital also makes find many town houses, occupied only in summer, which belong to the capital. Curtea is one of the oldest cities in the country. It was founded in the 13th century as the capital of Valachia. Its name means "the court", and it refers to the royal court. The town has many beautiful sights to see, such as medieval churches, like its cathedral, and the royal church. Go check it out.
Cities in Sighisoara
Sighisoara
(4)
One of the most important traditional festivals in Sighisoara is the Fanfarelor Festival, taking place in early September. There are various concerts performed by typical Romanian folklore groups, plus a parade through the streets of the medieval old town over Saturday and Sunday. There are also [poi = 121520] craft markets [/ poi] in [poi = 121519] Plaza of the Museum [/ poi], and an exhibition of musical instruments in the music school.
Squares in Sibiu
Piata Mica
(4)
It is very nice, I was eating at a restaurant in June of the year 2007 and loved it. You could see some acting and darma as it was Europe's cultural capital at the time, and that surprised me, it seems more a German city that Romanian named Hammerstad German or something, and it seemed that at any alley you would see a chariot pulled by horses. I later went up to the evangelical church tower, what a climb.
Nature Reserves in Brașov
Tampa Mountain
(3)
The city of Brasov sits in the foothills of Mount Tampa, a nature reserve of 370 hectares in the Carpathian Mountains. You can access this park with a [poi = 121479] Cable [/ poi] as walking through the trails (about one hour to reach the top). In addition to the vegetation and forests that make up its flora, various wild animals such as foxes and lynx, as well as many birds and butterflies live there. Upstairs there is a gazebo and a panoramic restaurant. Mount Tampa is a historic place since it was one of the seven castles of Transylvania built in the 13th century, a walled and two towers of the fifteenth century, and the aqueduct of the city. Some small fragments still remain. What I caught my enough were the [poi = 121477] huge letters [/ poi] with the name of the city, located on the hill in the style of Hollywood.
Cemeteries in Sapânta
The Merry Cemetery
(8)
The Merry Cemetery is located in Sapânta, in the region of Maramures. In 1934, Stan Patras began working in the cemetery of Sapânta. Due to his vivid imagination and creativity, he began to use wood to carve tombstones. As Sapanta is a small town, Stan told everyone in the town about his work and so he began to carve on gravestones a scene from the life of the deceased. Stan told stories, strengths, weaknesses and vices, always with a friendly tone. Even in some he told the story of how the people died. Despite being a cemetery, breathe happiness. The colors welcome this celebration of life histories, yellow, red, white but mostly blue, which is the official color of men's suits at parties. Maramures pleasantly surprised. (When visiting a song from the late 80's by Mecano echoed in my head "No seriously this cemetery").
Airports in Timisoara
Timisoara
(6)
The city of Timisoara is called "Little Vienna" for its buildings, palaces and cultural life. It was taken over by the Turkish army in the year 1552, and stayed under their protection until the year 1718, when it passed to Austria for 2 centuries. Following that it turned into a vital market town with Turkish influences, Austrian, German and Serbian who left their mark and their influence, as seen in the neighborhoods of the city. Timisoara is a cosmopolitan town, the 1st European city to introduce a horse-drawn trams in the year 1869 and electric lighting in the streets in the year 1889. It has lots of public parks, green spaces, and is easy to navigate on foot as part of its downtown area which is pedestrianized. It has many churches (Catholic and Orthodox), Jewish synagogues, and elegant Baroque structures in the historical and art nouveau in the residential zones.
Nightlife Districts in Bucharest
Macca-Vilacrosse Passage
Going down Carada street, parallel to Calea Victoriei, then up to the National History Museum of Romania, we found on the right a bohemian passage, like the ancient covered passages of traders of Paris in the Belle Epoque. Several streets have been covered by a large glass roof, allowing the small shops and restaurants to have a terrace in all seasons, or to leave their goods out. Built in 1891 the passage has a strong French influence, there is even a "bistro", nothing but national dishes are served though, from goulash to bean soups. Today the passage has mainly restaurants, there is a curious Moroccan style restaurant with water pipes and large comfy seats outside that students frequent, another serves Romanian food with transalpine chalet decor, and a third more neutral looks really old, and has a fine selection of products. It's a shame that artisan shops and antique book stores have been replaced by soulless shops offering souvenirs to tourists.
Villages in Bran
Bran
(7)
Bran is Dracula's village! The Prince Vlad Tepes castle overlooks the village and makes it all very dramatic. It's a small town, but because the castle is one of the most visited places by tourists outside of Bucharest, there are a few hotels and restaurants along the main road that you can stop off in. If you walk just five miles you can get good accommodation at a fraction of the price, and that's all while staying with a nice family that will cook for you and take care of you. Bran's strong point is that it's the boundary between the Translivania and Valachia. It is now a museum open to the public, you can visit inside. At the beginning it was a wooden castle built in the thirteenth century by the Teutons. The Saxons built the stone citadel in the nineteenth century. Other than that, Bran is in a beautiful natural setting, you can go walking, skiing in winter, rent a bike ...