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Bucharest is the capital of Romania and is the largest city in the country. It is located in the South East of the country and lies on the banks of the Dambovita, which is only 70 km north of the River Danube.
The city centre has had to re-invent itself several times due to; wars, enforced redevelopment and earthquakes, but that has a created an amazing mix of buildings. The architecture is; neo-classical, art-deco, communist style and modern, thus providing a wonderful array of shapes, features and designs.
Some of the most spectacular buildings to view and/or look around are; Palace of Parliament, Triumphal Arch, Central University Library, George Enescu Museum, Romanian Athenaeum and Grozavesti Bridge.
The city centre has a ‘laid-back feel’ and mixes the traditional with modern, very well. As you would expect for such a large city, it has a number of bars, cafes and restaurants, plus casinos and clubs too. The standard of living is relatively low for a capital city, but that is great news for visitors, as the cost of the majority of goods and services is comparatively low.
The capital is an extremely interesting city, but the country hides a multitude of fabulous locations and venues! There are many tours to choose from, so a visit to Bucharest without seeing other parts of Romania may be considered a wasted opportunity?
The advantage of going on one of these tours is that you get to see the spectacular Romanian countryside, such as the Carpathian Mountain Range and Bicaz Gorges and Lake.
Romania is famous for its variety of Monastery’s and Castles and thousands of tourists visit the country for that purpose alone. When you visit the Monastery’s at Neamt and Golia and the Peles and Bran Castles, you can see why? Bran Castle in Transylvania, was actually used as a defence against the Ottomans, but is now better known for being Dracula’s Castle, due to its links with Vlad The Impaler and the scary legend of character Count Dracula!!
The medieval citadel of Sighisoara also has a connection with ‘Dracula’, as it is where Vlad the Impaler lived, but most visitors go there to see the picturesque German architecture.
Wine tours bring thousands to Romania every year and the interest in this type of ‘trip’ is increasing. The locations and buildings that some of the Wineries are situated in are extremely unique and add to the visit. Drinking the locally produced wine, while eating traditional food is enjoyable, but add singing from the priests who made it and you have a wonderfully moving and unique experience.
Romania is also famous for Gypsey’s, whose heritage actually comes from Indian origin. They are fully aware of some of the negative press they get from around the world and are trying hard to put that right. Therefore, take the opportunity to visit a ‘real’ Roma Gypsey family in their own home and community and then you can make up your own mind about this intriguing race of people.
Romania is becoming more and more ‘westernised’ and is doing it very willingly! It is now looking at improving its whole infrastructure to welcome an increasing amount of visitors. It’s range of 3,4 & 5 Star Hotels, plus B&B’s and Pensions, give tourists a vast range of accommodation.