A very easy and peaceful day trip from Bucharest. The ensemble are architectural examples of the Romanian Renaissance style or Brâncovenesc style.
A monument overlooking the Danube-Black Sea Canal. It is supposed to be a symbol for the young people and it is not easily reachable so difficult to promote as a tourist attraction.
Constanța is the only port in Romania on the shores of the Black Sea and also a destination for the summer holidays combined with the close-by resort peninsula of Mamaia.
Although you need to pay constant attention to incoming and parked cars within the city, the street art is often found when you least expect it.
Târgu Jiu is better known these days as the city where the local modern and sculptor Constantin Brâncuși has left his most famous ensemble of work.
The beauty of Transylvania is in its mountains natural setting.
The UNESCO World Heritage list of Romania includes the Fortified Churches of Transylvania, amongst them is Prejmer, close to Brașov.
Around Brașov, there is plenty to see for a few days so worth investing time in that area.
Our first steps in this new country, new capital.