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Location: South-Eastern Europe. Time Zone : GMT + 2. Area : 237.502 square Kilometers. Population: 19.350.000 inhabitants. Capital : Bucharest. Currency : LEU . Climate : continental temperate (with four distict season: spring, summer, autumn, winter). The legal system : based on the European model and the 1991 Constitution. The European Status : member of the European Union since 2007, of UNO (1955), UNESCO (1990) and NATO (2004).


HRH Prince Charles :
“ The key thing that I think about Romania, Transylvania in particular, is that there is so much that we can learn from it. It is the last corner of Europe where you see true sustainability and complete resistance and the maintenance of entire eco-system to the benefit of
mankind and also for nature and there’s so much we can learn from that before it is too late I think “ .  (…) I have come to love Romania for its unique and unspoiled natural beauty; its fascinating patchwork of landscapes and rural communities, customs together with the
astonishingly rich and varied biodiversity of a countryside that is truly a European and international treasure (…). “

“Started by Romans and unique in Europe, today Romania’s 70 natural spas provide relief for many medical disorders and illnesses including rheumatism, endocrine, kidney, liver, respiratory, heart, stomach and nervous diseases as well as nutrition, metabolism and gynecological disorders.  Natural factors are complemented – under alternative medical care- by physiotherapy, acupuncture, electrotherapy and medicines produced from plants.”










Romania offers all the bathing minerals that can be used in the whole range of specific spa treatments.  The therapeutic value of the natural cures available in Romania has been recognized by locals since ancient times. Archaeologist have discovered numerous minerals and thermal baths from the time of the Roman Empire. Even today, at many Romanian spa resorts you will find two thousands- year-old vestiges of ancient baths. The Thermae Herculi, nowadays called Baile Herculane, was famous throughout the Roman Empire for the curative properties of its mineral waters.  Many of today ‘s spa and resorts continue the ancient tradition. In the eighteen and nineteen century they gained European renown, and became favorite destinations for those seeking a cure or wishing to spend their holidays in a spa resort.  In 1924, the Romanian Institute for Balneology was established, the second of its kind in Europe and researchers and physicians turned their attention to the treatment of ointments using natural cure.  Spa tourism in Romania has developed continuously, expanding greatly in the 1970’s and 80’s, and today there is a focus on the recuperative spa services and preventive cures of the highest quality.  Spa tourism is a major component of what Romanian tourism has to offer and is aimed not only at patients with medical problems but also at people wishing to relax, regain their vitality and get into better physical, mental and spiritual shape.  Moreover, Romanian doctors are known for their high standards of medical education .








“Romanian countryside is amazing. The rural scenes of village life in Romania, hay meadows full offlowers and mown by hand, storks nesting’s on chimneys , a medieval village street in the evening with cows to be milked…”

















“Romanian countryside is amazing. The rural scenes of village life in Romania, hay meadows full of flowers and mown by hand, storks nesting’s on chimneys , a medieval village street in the evening with cows to be milked…”

“ The Danube Delta Biosphere Reservation is the third – richest biosphere reservation in the world in terms of biodiversity, after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Ecuador ‘s Galapagos Island’s . It is home to more than 7,000 known species of plants and animals. Known and, scientist believe, still more yet unknown.”  “….and it has been included in UNESCO’s world culture and Natural Heritage List as of December 1990.”

“The Carpathian Mountains cover over the third of the county’s territory and
are forming a semi-circles around Transylvania , which is one of Romania’s nine historical provinces.
In Romania’s many national parks , nature parks and reservations, you can see so many specimens protected
by the law at European and International level , you might be in a botanical museum.
The Carpathian Mountains are home to one of the largest undisturbed forest in Europe.
60% brown bear population lives in the Carpathian Mountains and 400 unique species of mammals,
including the Carpathian chamois.
You can witness extremely scenic landscapes that include gorges and defiles caves (over 12,000) glacier
lakes, megalithic stones and waterfalls. ”

“Cool climate, sand beaches, ancient monuments (…) and modern resorts invite
travelers who seriously considers Romania’s Black Sea Coast as their summer
vacation destination”.

25 of its beautifully preserved architectural gems have been included by UNESCO in the World Cultural Heritage in acknowledgement of their
natural, scenic and monumental appeal. A tour of these sites is a good way to discover Romania’s history, artistic wealth and popular traditions.
Each and every stop on this route will reveal a unique and stunning location. The western half of Walachia (Southern Romania) is endowed with
spectacular monasteries, thermal-spring spas, and charming villages set at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains.

“ Continue your trip along the Olt River Valley and discover Transylvania’s forest-covered slopes, unspoiled landscapes, quaint villages, and fortified churches. In northeastern Romania, make time for
Bucovina’s painted monasteries, with their magnificent 15th-century frescoes, which are unique in the world. Cross the Prislop Pass into Maramures, famous for its hand-hewn wooden architecture and its
unique tall-spire churches with double roofs..”
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“…. Considered to be the Amazon of Europe”.

“Romanians are friendly and open to foreigners who are very welcome .
Chatting with visitors is very common for Romanians and they will find a way to
communicate with you even if they can not speak your language.”

Castles & Fortresses & Medieval Towns
“ Surrounded by an aura of mystery and legend (… ) Dracula Castle owes its fame to its
imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Dracula.”

World Heritage Sites
Medieval towns, fortified churches, painted monasteries, wooden masterpieces and ancient Dacian ruins are just some of
the attractions that make up Romania’s exceptional cultural heritage.

The Carpathian Mountains
“Romania the Carpathian Garden ! “


Country Romania
State/Province Județul Brașov
distance: 3,518 Miles
Address Romania
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