See the Carpathian Mountains, the heart of Romania, with their breathtaking landscapes. Travel back in time in famous Transylvania where the medieval and ancient Dacian citadels await. Discover the authenticity of Maramureș villages and the art of the painted monasteries of Bucovina.
Explore the Carpathian garden with its ancient traditions, folkloric fairs and gastronomic delights. Turn south to explore Bucharest, the capital of Romania and find a mix of tradition and modernity, of Orient and Occident. Discover the Danube River, the southern border of Romania and trace its path to the Black Sea where it transforms into a unique delta.
Mystery abounds in every European country. You just have to know where to look. Welcome to the spooky side of Europe, home of ghastly ghosts, haunted happenings and eerie experiences for only the most adventurous of souls. Turn off the lights, get under your covers and dare to get familiar with some of the creepiest, scariest and most mysterious places in Europe.
From the virtuosos of the Renaissance to the modern masters, Europe has hundreds of museums and galleries to house them. Experience the movements that started in Europe, such as Surrealism with Salvador Dalí and Cubism with Picasso. Europe was the center of a revolution in art, the Renaissance.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the views. Some of Europe’s most magical natural wonders come in the form of waterfalls. From raging falls in Iceland to babbling brooks in Hungary, they come in many forms. See some of the favorite falls here before seeing them firsthand on your trip to Europe.
This traditional Romanian product, produced using common plums, has been made in several municipalities of the Argeş County since 1914. It has exceptional health-giving qualities due to the fruit’s high nutritional value, which is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. The addition of sweeteners or preservatives is prohibited.
You’re probably already familiar with the big-time European wine producers of France, Italy and Spain. But there are many more wines to discover in the rest of the continent – and they’re as drinkable as they are affordable. Get to know six lesser-known European wine regions that are just begging to be explored.
European Heritage Sites include archives, monuments, archeological sites, and places of seminal cultural or political value, from the classic age to the present. Since the label’s inception in 2013, thirty-eight sites have been designated, bringing passages in Europe’s history to the foreground to honor, celebrate, and remember who built Europe, how, and why. They are lessons from the past to guide the future of Europe.
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There’s so much more to Europe than just the big cities and landmarks. Go off the beaten track and discover some of Europe’s lesser-known cities, hidden towns and secret villages that are rich in natural beauty and history.