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Cave of Zamolxes Romania
The cave of the ancient God Zamolxes, the one worshiped by the people of Dacia, can be found and visited near the small town of Polovragi, Romania. The stories and mysteries of this place are a quite fascinating piece of history mixed with legends and mythological stories. Zamolxes was the all-mighty God of the Dacians (also known in the...
Rope Street Brasov Romania
The Rope Street (Strada Sforii) in Brasov city of Romania is, according to Huffington Post journalists, one of the skinniest streets on earth."This alley is certainly almost as thin as a cord. Built as a corridor for firemen in the 15th century, it's just 43 inches wide at its skinniest point. Snuggle through it to find more of old...
Salt Mine Romania
Prahova Salt Mine (Slanic Prahova) is the largest salt mine in Europe that is opened to the public. At this moment, the mine is not used for industrial purposes but for touristic and medical ones.People come here all the year round to visit the impressive galleries carved in salt. Leaving aside the beauty of the place, this salt mine...
Bridge of Lies Sibiu Romania
The Bridge of Lies is a bridge that can be found in the old center of the magnificent city of Sibiu, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe.This is Romania’s oldest cast-iron bridge and it was built in 1859, taking the place of an older wooden bridge. The three legends that are connected to this construction piece are...
Balea Lake is one of the most visited lakes in Romania. What is it so special about it? Well, first of all, the road to Balea lake and also the landscape you can admire on that spot are amazing. The lake is also a reservation and near it, in winter, you can find the first ice hotel built in...
Seven Stairs Canyon
The 7 Stairs Canyon (or Seven Ladders Canyon) is a breathtaking attraction in Romania, near Brasov, one of the most beautiful cities in eastern Europe.The trip to the 7 Stairs Canyon can be done in one day and it’s a remarkable experience for brave tourists. 7 Stairs Canyon lies in Piatra Mare Mountains and it is one of the...
Vlad the Impaler fortress, Bucharest, Romania
The Old Fortress of Bucharest, one of the former residences of Vlad the Impaler, the Romanian ruler who sparked the Dracula legends, can now be seen right in the center of the most important city of Romania.Bonus photo below as a fun fact: Notice a very interesting shadow on the right of the photo. I noticed it only when...
Nicolae Ceausescu execution Romania
Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were shot on 25th of December, 1989. They were executed after a very short trial in a military unit in Targoviste city, Romania. Well, since September 2013, this military unit became a museum. Tourists can now see the very wall where Nicolae Ceausescu was shot,  can walk the hallway where he pleaded for...
Sometimes, on very very special occasions, some lucky and brave people get to spend the night at the Bran castle in Romania, also known as Dracula's Transylvanian Castle.On 2016's Halloween, there is such an occasion. Airbnb has announced that the company has launched a contest for tourists who want a really spooky experience on the scariest night of the year.Dracula's...
Rasnov Cave - The Valley of the Fortress Cave Romania
The Valley of the Fortress Cave in Romania (Pestera Valea Cetatii) is one of the most interesting caverns in the country. Unlike all the other caves in Romania, this one is impressive not by its length, but by its height.You will discover that it is not a long way from the entrance to the exit. However, you will be...