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CARPATHIAN MTB EPIC 2019 by MPG, in the land of Dracula

CARPATHIAN MTB EPIC by MPG, one of the most spectacular multi-stage mountain bike racing events in Europe, near Dracula’s Castle, is opening the registration period for the 2019 race. The event has reached its third edition and has earned a ...

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The Evening Standard Lists Sighisoara as a Top October Destination

The mystical Transylvanian city of Sighisoara is becoming one of the top destinations in Europe to visit. The city dates back to the early 12th century, when the invading Magyars occupied Transylvania. Wanting to consolidate his power and defend the ...

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Huffington Post: Is Romania Europe’s Prettiest Country? It Just Might Be

“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 ...

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The Spectator: A trip to Dracula’s birthplace won’t bleed you dry – an invitation to visit Sighisoara

The British publication ‘The Spectator’ has released a feature on the Romanian city of Sighisoara, inviting the readers to make the trip to the medieval town, to see the 12th century fortified citadel, the evangelical Church on the Hill. “Sighisoara ...

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Kitsch Museum opens in Bucharest

A new museum is peering on the Bucharest’s tourist map, the Kitsch Museum, located in the Capital’s Old Center (6 Covaci street). As of May 5, Romanian and foreign tourists will be able to see 200 items revealing a perspective ...

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Bram Stoker’s offspring in Romania, joins touristic project in Bran

Famous Irish Dracula author, Bram Stoker’s great-grand nephew, Dacre Stoker has recently come to Romania to join a group of young local entrepreneurs who want to build a village in little in Bran, based on the place’s real story and ...

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The 2016 edition of Sighisoara medieval festival, in limbo

The largest and most long-lasting medieval festival in Romania, the one in Sighisoara, that usually took place in the last weekend of July, will not be organized in the traditional period this year, which is a first in the past ...

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