Centuries of tradition have shaped Romania’s charms, as any trip to this bucolic central European land makes quite evident. Driving through the Transylvanian countryside, valleys and Carpathian mountains is an endless adventure peppered with tiny, remote villages and commanding views – and one of the best ways to explore the country. On your Romania vacation, you might meet locals who will share their ways of life, cuisine and palinca (traditional plum brandy) with you, or stay in restored rural cottages that truly set the scene.
Much of Romania’s remarkably well preserved history can be discovered through its architecture: from the impressive neo-classical, Bauhaus, art deco and Communist-era buildings that fantastically collide in the capital city Bucharest, to exquisite 15th and 16th-century frescoed monasteries in Bucovina. Countless wooden and medieval Saxon fortified churches will lure curious travellers to remote reaches on daytrips, and the scenery may never release you from its irresistible grasp.
Transfixing drives through the Transylvanian countryside, Saxon churches and fortifications plus a taste of Romanian tradition – lose yourself in this historically rich and spectacularly preserved part of central Europe.
Journey into the far reaches of northeastern Romania to the land of Bucovina. UNESCO World Heritage listed for the wonderful 15th & 16th century painted monasteries that are adorned with exquisite frescoes.
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