Romania: The most wonderful country in the world

Romania: The most wonderful country in the world

We are pleased to present one of the most beautiful country in the world. Probabily you didn’t knew so much about Romania, until now.

A perfect location for your vacation, covered by magical places that will make you hold your breath.

What are you about to see is just a part of the wonderful landscapes of the country.

Enjoy the wonderful country of Romania:

 

  1. Moody Volcanoes from the Small and Large Pickles represent a unique phenomenon in Romania
Photo by Michael Miszczak
Photo by Aurel Manea

 

  1. Ciucas Mountains – One of the best view
Photo by Aurel Manea
Photo by Aurel Manea

 

  1. Corvin Castle – The medieval fortress of Hunedoara, one of the most important monuments of Gothic architecture in Romania.
Photo by Carcea Daniel.
Photo by Carcea Daniel.

 

  1. Alba Iulia – One of the many Ancient Cities of Romania
Cutting grass above the clouds of Alba Iulia (a city with a two thousands years history) | Photo by Tim Whitfield
Cutting grass above the clouds of Alba Iulia (a city with a two thousands years history) | Photo by Tim Whitfield

 

  1. Sibiu – They say home is where the heart is. This city stands since 1366
Photo by Michael Miszczak
Photo by Michael Miszczak

 

  1. Mocanita – A steam train which is still working today
Steaming through the snow in Moldovita. |Photo by Cezar Gabriel
Steaming through the snow in Moldovita. |Photo by Cezar Gabriel

 

  1. Peles Castle – Built between 1873 and 1914. Former summer residence of the kings of Romania
Photo by Michael Miszczak
Photo by Michael Miszczak

 

  1. The Magical view of Sibiu, again.
A sunset in Sibiu’s Old Town Center.
A sunset in Sibiu’s Old Town Center.

 

  1. There is a Romanian legend about the mist of the valleys
Autumn’s morning embrace. | Photo by Cezar Gabriel
Autumn’s morning embrace. | Photo by Cezar Gabriel

 

  1. Salt pan Turda – true museum of salt mining history

 

  1. Danube’s Boilers – In some places the Danube narrows up to 230 m, making navigation difficult

 

  1. Black Sea – Yes! Romania isn’t made just of moutains and rock.

 

  1. Voronet Blue’ – The color of Voronet Monastery. No man knows how this color was created. It is the only of its type.

 

  1. Bran Castle – The residence of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula).

 

  1. Bicaz Gorges is a very picturesque geographic area in Romania

 

  1. Transfagarasan – One of the most beautiful roads that have ever been created by man

 

  1. Sarmisegetusa – It as the capital and the most important military, religious and political center of the Dacian state before the wars with the Roman Empire

 

  1. Herastrau Park is a large park of the capital, Bucharest

 

  1. Tunnel of love

 

20. Discover the beautiful Bigar Waterfall in Nerei National Park, Romania.

 

21. The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe and is the best preserved on the continent

Pelicans
Pelicans

 

22.Council Square, Brasov

 

23. Tiriac Collection – Many times it has been said that there are no museums in Romania that will amaze you so much

 

24. The cheerful cemetery – famous for the crosses of the colorful tombs and the native paintings representing funny scenes from the lives of the villains

 

25.Peak ‘Omu’

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6 Replies to “Romania: The most wonderful country in the world”

  1. Ahaha… It seems everything nice that has to do with Romania only includes landscapes, a few parks (nice, albeit pissed, crapped and littered by parents, children and dogs alike) and old monasteries. What about the rest? Believe me, I can show you the other great side of Romania and the majority of Romanians. That is a mix of aggression, arrogance, gross negligence and allergy to rules and common sense. Romania is generally a corrupt and violent country, doubled by some haughty hypocrisy. Romanians would tell you the worst about Gypsies or Hungarians, but they would never admit the majority of them is a lousy bunch (irrespective of their political options). Romania is a dirty country where most people think that being responsible and admitting your mistakes is a sign of stupidity. Romania is a country of poor customer service, where most nobody would admit the customer is right even when this is obvious and can be proved with documents and by evidence. There is no order here either. People interrupt one another when they talk and in the end the one who shouts louder and interrupts the most (no matter if he can’t explain anything or at least understand the subject) is considered the most intelligent sand a role model. The same attitude is obvious in traffic, in political talk shows and in getting on and off the public transport. Romanians often seem like a lousy bunch of cattle. One more thing:did you know Romanians are the most intelligent people in Europe and that they like to see most other Europeans as (much more) stupid? I guess you did not know that, because subjects such as Romanian intelligence and Ceausescu’s industry (an overly ambitious buy otherwise totally unrealistic project born in a closed system) are confined to arRomanian shitty bars , pubs and schools they rarely reach thev arromanian diasporas. And tell me please one more thing – how come that in one year that I spent in Germany as an Erasmus student, i never heard one single German say that they would be the most intelligentpeople in Europe – and maybe they had more reasons than Romanians.

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