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Ceausescu grave Romania communist dictator
Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife, Elena Ceausescu, represent a dark period of Romania's past. The communist era seemed good for a while as people could lead a fairly good life in the communist mirage. However, all looked good as no one had the chance to see the greener grass of capitalism on the other side of the fence.Nicolae Ceausescu...
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...
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...
Bran Castle Romania
Bran Castle is the most visited tourist attractions in Romania. People from all over the world come here hoping to meet Dracula.Although Poenari Castle would be a much more notable place to see if you are a Dracula fan, the Bran Castle has its own very interesting story. Here, Vlad the Impaler (the ruler who sparked the Dracula legends)...
Corvin Castle Romania
The Corvin Castle, also known as Hunyad Castle, is one of the most impressive medieval constructions in Romania. Many say that it is even more amazing than the famous Bran Castle.Iancu of Hunedoara ( aka John Hunyadi) was a leading Hungarian military and political figure in Central and Southeastern Europe during the 15th century. He started the construction of...
Dolphins Black Sea Romania
Dolphins are adorable creatures and you can see them in Romania too. Many may not know, but, besides mountains, Transylvania, medieval strongholds and Dracula, Romania has exit to the Black Sea. On the coast line, there are some beaches where you can enjoy the sun and the sea.Along the shore, there are some beach resorts that become really crowded...
Sighisoara Romania
Sighisoara (pronounced like siggy-shwa-rah) is one of the most interesting medieval cities in Romania. It lies in the heart of Transylvania and it is best known for being the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler, the Romanian ruler who sparked the Dracula legends.The center of this amazing city fascinates tourist mostly with its historical aura kept deep between the medieval walls....
Brasov, located in Transylvania region,  is one of the best cities to visit when traveling to Romania. It is the perfect mix between nature, medieval tourist attractions and relaxation opportunities.So far, on Tourist in Romania, we presented the story of the Black Church, one of the main attractions in Brasov city. There are many great visiting sites worth talking...
Haunted Abbey Carta Romania
The Abbey of Carta - (haunted Abbey) is the oldest construction of its kind in eastern Europe. The Abbey, that it is also said to be haunted, is located at 43 kilometers (27 miles) from the Sibiu city, one of the most beautiful establishments in Transylvania region in Romania. I would normally recommend to find accommodation in Sibiu city...
Merry Cemetery Romania
The Merry Cemetery is located in the Northen part of Romania, in Sapanta village, in one of the most cultural and unique areas of the country.The Merry Cemetery is famous in Romania and all over the world for its one of a kind way of looking upon death, not as a sad event, but as a celebration of a...