What is Mărțișor?

Mărțișor is an old tradition in Romania (and Moldova) to celebrate the beginning of spring. The literal translation of Mărțișor is little March. The Romanians give a talisman hanging on a red and white string to each other. The colors of the lace are important. The red represents the summer, and the warmth and love,…

Historical places in Romania

Peleș Castle The Peleș Castle is the number one tourist attraction in Romania, according to TripAdvisor. This castle is not that old, but it is impressive indeed. It was built by King Carol I between 1873 and 1914. The mountain scenery is incredible and that’s the reason why King Carol I wanted his summer residence…

Cities in Romania to visit

Romania is famous for its rural traditions and beautiful nature, but there are also a lot of cities worth mentioning. Because, yes, Romania is rich of great cities. There are exactly 103 municipii, places with more than 15.000 people living in it. We wouldn’t recommend to visit them all, but there are some must see…