The first Romanian private tourist complex affiliated to the World Tourism Organization
Aqvila Club**** in Rucăr has become the first and only tourist complex in Romania affiliated to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), following an evaluation process that lasted more than a year, a press release reports.
The resort is hosting team building activities, training sessions and workshops, business meetings and corporate events, but also private parties and anniversaries.
In its over 15 years of activity, the tourist complex has provided services to over 500 multinational or Romanian companies. The resort is promoting a responsible and sustainable tourism and the gourmet gastronomy while capitalizing the local products and traditions.
The tourist complex is also encouraging the conservation of the Carpathians ecosystem through outdoor activities to train its guests on the protection of environment and of nature.
Rucăr is a commune in the north-eastern part of Argeș County, Romania, located on the Bran-Rucăr Pass, mostly known for its Bran Castle, aka Dracula’s Castle, but also for other famous tourists sights like Dambovicioara Cave and Piatra Craiului National Park.