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Top three new Romanian travel offers for this summer

Besides the renowned Romanian travel destinations, new sites and routes are coming to light year by year displaying old or fresh touristic beauties. We unveil now to you three of the latest ones, provided for this summer season. ‘Sailing on ...

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Piatra Craiului National Park’s visitor centre to open this weekend

The Visitor Centre of the Piatra Craiului National Park, practically a museum dedicated to the exquisite national park in Romania, will be commissioned on Saturday, April 16th in Zărnești in Brașov county, in the presence of the Environment minister Cristiana ...

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Unique tulip in the world blooms in the Iron Gates natural reservation

Spring has arrived in the Danube’s Depressions/Cazanele Dunarii, the Iron Gates natural reservation, also revealing a rare flower in this area, unique in the world. The yellow tulip (tulipa hungarica) has just bloomed in the Danube Depressions natural reservation, unveiling ...

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Constanta Port, still No. 1 in top destinations for Black Sea cruises

Constanta Port continues to be considered the first cruise destination among the ports on the Black Sea in 2015, the statistics presented at the Seatrade Cruise Convention during March 13-16 March, held in Fort Lauderdale (USA) show, according to a ...

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Brad, the land of gold, steam engine train and Virsli sausages

Less exploited but full of undiscovered beauties, Tara Zarandului/ Zarand Land in Transylvania is hiding a troubled history, lots of stories, picturesque sceneries and many ancients folk traditions. The region got its name from the nearby Zarand Mountains, part of ...

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The cave in Apuseni hiding 10,000-year-old rupestral drawings

Apuseni Mountains are hiding more treasures than we can ever imagine and this cave makes no exception. Somewhere in Zarandului Land, there is a unique place in Eastern Europe, a cave famous for sheltering some rupestral paintings dating back ten ...

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The Palace of Culture in Iasi to re-open for visitors

The Palace of Culture in Iasi, listed in the National Register of Historic Monuments, will re-open its gates for visitors in about one month. During 2008-2016 the building has undergone an ample revamping process following a project financed by the ...

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