If you have ever heard or read about Romania in a foreign publication, then there is a great chance you have already heard of Transylvania. Why? Read more here.
The westernmost region of Romania, Banat and Crisana, will surprise you also by the well proportioned mix of multiculturalism, history, traditions and culture.
When you visit Bucovina and Moldova maybe the first feeling you will have is that Romania is such a beautiful country and could live very well only from tourism.
Maramures remains a place of fairy tales, where the sun shines differently and rivers flows angrily.
Dobrogea is a small region in South-Eastern Romania, home to the two main attractions: Black Sea coast with its famous resorts and the Danube Delta. Another attractions are the Macin Mountains and picturesque roads.
Muntenia: also known in English as Greater Wallachia is a historical province of Romania, situated between the Danube (south and east), the Carpathian Mountains (the Transylvanian Alps branch) and Moldavia (both north), and the Olt River to the west.