Visiting Cluj Napoca
According to the experts, the origins of Cluj Napoca can be traced back to the 2nd century, when a legion base was established in this area of Transylvania by the Trajans.
The Apuseni Mountains
A second large group of mountains tourists would be able to find in this destination is the Bihor Massif or Masivul Bihor.
The Szekely Land
The Szekely Lands are inhabited by approximately 660,000 people, with the highest density in the counties of Covasna and Harghita.
The interesting Targu Mures
The city of Targu Mures has approximately 150,000 inhabitants, most of whom are Romanian and Hungarian.
The Upper Mures Valley
The Upper Mures Valley is a Romanian region part of the Mures County.
Alba Lulia and its history
Archaeological discoveries allow experts to affirm that there were Dacian settlements established in the actual Alba Lulia around the year 100 BC.
Brasov is the capital city of the Romanian county that shares the same name.
The charming Hateg
Archaeologists have discovered a variety of interesting elements and objects in the Hateg Island, many of which allow them to affirm that it used to be home of a rare small specie of dinosaurs.
Sebes, in Alba County
Sebes, also known as Szazsebes or Muhlbach, is a very interesting Romanian city located towards the southern area of Transylvania, within the Alba County.
The historic Sighisoara
Towards beginnings of the 12th century, Sighisoara started becoming a city after a group of merchants and business men from German origin settled in this region by invitation of the King of Hungary.
The Bran Castle
Although the Bran Castle is famous as Dracula's Castle, there is not evidence that Vlad III Dracula, or Vlad III the Impaler has ever lived in it.
Deva, in Hunedoara
This city, with more than 79,000 inhabitants, counts with a very interesting history and is a very attractive destination which all those tourists who go to Transylvania for a vacation in Romania should not miss.
The Corvin Castle or Hunyadi Castle shows a very beautiful and impressing appearance which combines Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic styles in a unique way.
The beautiful Sibiu
Tourists should try not to miss meeting this city during a vacation in Romania since it is one of the most attractive and picturesque spots they could meet in not only Transylvania but the entire country as well.
The Retezat Mountains
The Retezat Mountains are the only National Park this country has, and are, without any doubt, one of the most beautiful spots visitors could meet in it.