Welcome ! Romania is one of the largest countries in Europe (the size of the United Kingdom or roughly half of France), with a population of approx. 22 million inhabitants. Along with the Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Serbs, Turks and other minorities also live in the country. Most of them are of Greek-Orthodox religion, but there are also many Catholics, Protestants, Evangelical, Muslims and others. ROMANIA has many tourist attractions waiting to be discovered. In such a vast country, one may try to see as much as possible in the few days available. Our aim is to assist you in planning your trip and to provide all the travel related services that you might need. The Romanian Riviera stretches from the Danube Delta in north down to the Bulgarian border in south, along 275 km of coastline which has , 90 km of beaches of sand or shingle, remarkable sites, promontories, islands and a succession of famous resorts. The most important resort is Mamaia, situated north of the city of Constanta on a narrow land slice that separates the Black Sea and the Siutghiol Lake Bukovine - Romanian Paradise BUCOVINA- name of Romanian legend and history with old resonance in the Romanian culture and civilisation - defines an old space where time perspective would acquire new valences on people's value who throughout birth, life and activity would register in the patrimony of soul and feeling of this nation so hardened by the uproar of the vicissitudes life experienced the ones who dwelled from the beginnings by God's grace in this corner of heaven of the Moldavian land. If your job takes you to Bucharest for a few days, you will certainly enjoy the tree-lined boulevards, the delightful parks, the monumental city dating from the end of the 19th century - early 20th century, when Bucharest got the surname of "Paris of the East" or "Little Paris". You should take advantage of being there to attend an evening performance at the Opera, a symphonic orchestra concert or a savoury play at the Yiddish Theatre (the oldest in Europe). The Danube Delta The Danube Delta is an exotic place, a wildlife refuge hosting more than 1,200 varieties of trees and plants, 300 species of birds, and 100 fish species. The "Gateway" to the paradise of waters is Tulcea city. This is the place to start a journey to the inner regions of the Danube Delta. If you are a Dracula fan, you wouldn't want to miss Dracula's Castle in Bran, the Borgo Pass or his birthplace in the medieval "Upper Town" of Sighisoara they're all in Transylvania. Vlad Ţepeş, more commonly known as Vlad the Impaler, or simply Dracula It is most likely that Bram Stoker found the name for his vampire from William Wilkinson`s book, "". It is known that Stoker made notes about this book. It is also suggested by some that because Stoker was a friend of a Hungarian professor (Arminius Vambery/Hermann Bamberger/Ármin Vámbéry) from Budapest, Vlad's name might have been mentioned by this friend. Regardless of how the name came to Stoker's attention, the cruel history of the Impaler would have readily lent itself to Stoker's purposes. SIBIU COUNTY – A JEWEL IN THE HEART OF TRANSYLVANIA Even though many people know it for being a land of bloodthirsty vampires and never-ending forests, Transylvania is, in terms of natural beauty, the best Romania offers. Transylvania is certainly one of the most beautiful natural regions in Europe, and all this is offered at a price far below that of, say, Germany or France. And if you’re not into mountains, forests and landscapes, Transylvania has all the history and culture you want – from mediaeval fortress towns and monasteries to lively cities with stunning baroque architecture. Mediaş Medias (German: Mediasch, Hungarian: Medgyes) is a city is located in the heart of Transylvania, on the valley of Târnava Mare river in Sibiu County. The population is around 55,403 inhabitants. It has one of the best preserved historical centers in Romania and also some well preserved medieval fortifications. Trumpeters’ Tower In 1450, the Tower of Trumpeters, so-called because guards would search the horizon and sound an alarm by trumpet to warn people against enemy attack or fire, was added to the citadel’s defense system. In 1880, a huge clock, showing the phases of the moon, was set up in the tower. The fortified St. Margaret Evangelical Church, erected in the 15th century on the ruins of a Roman basilica, dominates the old town. Enclosed by two rows of walls and several defense towers, one of which served as a jail for Prince Vlad Tepes (aka Vlad Dracula) in 1467, the church features three superb gothic altarpieces, a colorful baroque organ and some early 15th century frescoes. The church displays a collection of 14th century bronze artifacts and Oriental carpets brought by the tradesmen We invite you to WONDERFUL ROMANIA!