“Enchanting town plazas that date back to medieval times, rolling hills as far as the eye can see, castles cloaked in the mystery of Count Dracula, craggy mountain vistas, and a seemingly infinite array of fortresses and churches.
And don’t forget the Transfăgărășan – arguably the most spectacular road in the world.
Romania’s natural beauty and cultural diversity will surprise you. Bordering the Black Sea in Southeastern Europe, the country’s assets also include the Danube River and Carpathian Mountains,” that’s how a feature released by Huffington Post, signed by Patti Morrow.
The feature presents Bucharest, Sibiu, Saschiz, Sighisoara, Sibiel, Brasov, Biertan, Rupea, Bran Castle, Rupea, Cristain, Rosnov, Peles Castle and so on.
“Named “the world’s best road trip” by Top Gear, the Transfăgărășan (photo) winds through the Fagaras mountain range in a shocking series of white-knuckle hairpin turns and sharp descents. The 56-mile path climbs to an altitude 6,699 feet, slinking past gorgeous views of Vidaru and Balea (glacial) lakes and waterfalls,” the feature also reads.