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Top statiuni de pe litoralul romanesc

07.05.2018 Romania

Plajele, care se întind de la Mangalia până la Mamaia, sunt mărginite de stațiuni de pe litoralul românesc, cu hoteluri și numeroase facilități sportive și de divertisment. Găsești plaje generoase cu nisip fin în Mamaia, Eforie, Neptun, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn si Mangalia. Read more recommendations »

Cum sa iti alegi destinatia de vacanta

12.02.2018 Romania

Explorează lumea de la un colțișor la altul, propunându-ți cel puțin două vacanțe pe an. Dacă ești atent la oferte, bugetul îți permite! Iată câteva sfaturi despre alegerea destinației, care să te ajute pe viitor. Read more recommendations »

Vouchere de vacanta 2018 Cine primeste si cum se acorda ele

09.01.2018 Romania

Începând cu 1 ianuarie 2018, salariații din instituțiile de stat și autoritățile publice vor beneficia de o indemnizație de vacanță (vouchere de vacanță) în cuantum de 1.450 de lei de persoană. Tichetele se vor acorda în primul trimestrul al anului... Read more recommendations »

Traditii si obiceiuri de Revelion in Romania

12.12.2017 Romania

Descopera cele mai frumoase traditii si obiceiuri de Revelion in Romania, de care sa te bucuri anul acesta alaturi de familie. Petrece in stil traditional, intr-o destinatie neaosa, in care sa te bucuri de plugusor, dansul ursului, dansul caprei, traditia cepei taiate si de Sorcova. Read more recommendations »

Munte sau mare? Cele mai populare destinatii de Revelion în Romania

04.12.2017 Romania

Ți-am pregătit o serie de oferte în cele mai populare destinatii de Revelion în Romania, la munte sau la mare, în funcție de preferințe. Ghidul nostru de vacanțe te ajută să îți alegi una dintre cele mai bune destinații de revelion în Românie, pentru tine. Read more recommendations »

Unde mergem in mini vacanta de 1 Decembrie

15.11.2017 Romania

Unde mergem anul acesta de vacanța de 1 Decembrie? Iată un top al celor mai căutate destinații pentru vacanța de 1 Decembrie, inclusiv cele mai bune și populare hoteluri destinate ei, care să te inspire. Read more recommendations »

Principalele atractii turistice din Romania

10.11.2017 Romania

Atracții turistice din România? Țara noastră are parte de castele medievale, o frumoasă plajă de peisaje alpine de care să te bucuri vara în drumeții și iarna la schi. Are sate ciudate, vechi, și biserici pictate, recunoscute internațional. Are milioane de păsări în Delta Dunării, o salbă de stațiuni de litoral și o mulțime de plaje pe care să te răsfeți vara. Read more recommendations »

Descopera regiunile istorice ale Romaniei

09.11.2017 Romania

O listă cu regiunile istorice ale României, din care să-ți alegi destinația pentru următoarea ta vacanță. Un punct de pornire în descoperirea celor mai frumoase locuri neaoșe, deloc de ignorat din lista destinațiilor de vizitat în România.. Read more recommendations »

Cele mai frumoase orase din Romania

08.11.2017 Romania

Unde sunt cele mai frumoase orașe din România și ce frumuseți ne pot oferi ele? România este o țară fascinantă, cu zone pitorești, tradiții păstrate din străbuni și o gastronomie unică. Este o țară cu peisaje variate și cu oameni calzi, care te cucerește treptat, zi după zi. Fie că ești în căutarea unei diversități culturale sau a unei gastronomii cu delicatese variate, există orașe din România care îți oferă fix ce vrei. Read more recommendations »

Traditii de Craciun in Romania

07.11.2017 Romania

Vacanța de Crăciun în România poate fi cu adevărat magică, dacă știi unde să mergi și ce să experimentezi. Un moment al anului în care aduni amintiri alături de prieteni și familie, în care descoperi obiceiuri și tradiții, deguști mâncăruri aparte și îți umpli sufletul de bucurie. O perioadă în care să descoperi România neaoșă și ale sale tradiții. Read more recommendations »

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Romania

Romania offers a wide range of tourism or general interest proposals. You can choose from a wide range of activities and places to visit. You can ski in traditional mountain resorts or built for this purpose, or you can linger in the sunshine on the Black Sea beaches. You can hike in unspoiled places, where the rivers have crystal clear water, or explore the wilderness of the Danube Delta. In the Danube Delta you can admire pelicans and other endangered bird species among floating islands covered with reeds. You can also admire medieval fortresses, Byzantine-style monasteries, exterior wall paintings, and peasant houses decorated according to the specificity of each region, and Dracula's castle is just one of the many impressive castles and palaces that can be visited.

Coast of Romania - Beaches and resorts

The Romanian seaside is a jewel with which Romania boasts. There are many resorts on the Black Sea coast in Romania, some very popular and some less well known. All, however, offers you the possibility of a relaxing stay with all the amenities you may need. Among the most popular holiday resorts on the Romanian seaside are:

Holidays in Mamaia

one of the most trendy resorts for clubbing, but renowned for the best beach with the best sand in Romania. The holiday season starts here from the middle of May and ends at the end of September, when the average temperatures during the day are between 25 and 35 degrees Celsius. It is a resort that has grown strongly in recent years, attracting thousands of foreign tourists every summer. It is the resort where you can indulge in the beach, you can spend up to dawn in well-rated clubs or enjoy the adrenaline of water sports. Among many others, you will be able to practice scuba diving and para-gliding. Today, Mamaia resort is considered one of the most expensive and most enjoyable holiday places on the Romanian seaside.

Holidays in Eforie Nord

A resort open all year round, Eforie Nord is just 14 kilometers south of Constanta, between Lake Techirghiol and the Black Sea. The mud of this lake, combined with salty lake waters, forms a treatment for rheumatic, dermatological, metabolic and nutritional disorders. Along with all these natural SPA facilities, Eforie Nord offers wide sandy beaches, plenty of cheap hotels and attractive guesthouses. It is a relaxing, treatable resort that attracts more and more foreign tourists every passing year.

Holidays in Costinesti

Do you want fun, madness and crackdown? go to Costinesti, the popular resort among young people and students, with a lively atmosphere. The season here begins on May 1. The long fine sandy beach in Costinesti is back east, so you will have sunshine all day. In addition, the resort is less expensive than the other on the Romanian seaside, precisely because it is dedicated to the students. That should not stop you, however, to spend your stay here, even if you are past your first youth.

Holidays in Mangalia

Mangalia is the southernmost resort on the Romanian Black Sea coast. It is one of the few places in Romania where the temperature recorded in winter is maintained at zero degrees Celsius. It is a resort for you to choose from if you want to spend the seaside, sea, sun and walks on the Romanian seaside among the ruins immersed in history. You can visit here a sepul tomb discovered in 1959, 4th-century incineration tombs, the ruins of the Callatis fortress (6th century) and a 16th-century Turkish mosque. There is also an Archeology Museum renowned for its collection of amphorae and sculptures from the Hellenistic period.

Vacations in Vama Veche

Vama Veche is south of Mangalia and is a bohemian resort of artists, actors, singers and dancers. We all come here in summer to enjoy the tranquility and beauty of this relatively isolated place. Vama Veche is a traditional destination for lovers of tranquil beaches, sea swim and nudism. He usually sleeps here in tents or in rented rooms from peasants or fishermen living nearby. Lately, several properties have been developed for the development of the area, and since 2003 there is an annual music festival called Stufstock (Reed-stock). Also, the Jupiter, Saturn, Venus and Neptune resorts blend harmoniously along the Black Sea coast, offering a host of facilities and natural beauties that illustrate the seaside coastline. They still keep a discreet, personal charm that you can feel and enjoy during your vacation in Romania.

Food in Romania

Romanian food is varied and full of flavor. From light meals, such as tomato salad to pork, a dish that is often consumed in the winter, the gastronomy of Romania boasts everything. The Romanian cuisine is a varied mix of different dishes, with recipes adapted to the cuisine of other nearby Balkan countries, including Serbian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian and Turkish cuisine.

Unmistakable from the home of any Romanian is the soup. A sour soup, some would say, of various kinds, among which the most famous are bean, chicken, belly, calf, fish, etc. They are acrylic vinegar or borscht (traditionally made of bran). Romanian recipes have the same influences as the rest of Romania's culture. From the Turks they borrowed the meatballs (beetles), from the Greeks took the muscat (in their own style, replacing the potato brute), the schnitzel comes from the Austrians and the list can continue with ease. Many Romanian cuisine comes from the Balkan region and Eastern Europe (including Moldova and Ukraine). Others are original. Among the most common is the mămăliga (pollen precursor) that eats alone, with cheese (bulz) or with fish brine. It's a delight. The most used meat in Romanian cuisine is pork, followed by beef, lamb and then fish. If you want to spend your holiday in Romania, in its traditional style, here's what kind of Romanian dishes you should try for the authenticity of the taste:

Before Christmas, on December 20 (Ignatius), when a pig is sacrificed:

  1. Caltaboş - liver sausage, with filling consistency ranging from fine (pateu) to harsh;
  2. Sângerete - obtained from a mixture of pork blood with fat and meat, bread crumbs or other cereals and spices
  3. Tobă - a preparation similar to the calabash, but prepared from the legs, ears and meat on the head of the pig, put in aspic and stuffed in the stomach of the pig;
  4. Tochitură - a stew made with pork, smoked and fresh sausages, cooked in a tomato sauce and served with mallow and wine.
  5. Piftie / răcitură - a cold preparation made from the lower parts of the pig, especially from the tail, legs and ears, seasoned with garlic and served in the aspirate
  6. Jumări - the dried pork meat remaining from fat melting.

Romanian soups 

Bean soup with noodles, Soup soup with sour cream, Soups of pepper, Soup of beans with cream (smoked), Soup of vegetables, Soup of fish, Lemon soup, Chicken soup, Salad soup with cream (with smoked meat), Beer borsch, Moldavian chicken soup, Peasant soup (vegetables and beef, pork).

Romanian dishes with meat

  1. Mititei, mustard and bread
  2. Ciulama (a dish of veal or chicken and white sauce)
  3. Drob de miel (a traditional Easter food), Barbara (a sort of Romanian-style shish-kebab)
  4. Mititei (usually made with "small")
  5. Musaca - an eggplant, potatoes and meat pie
  6. Ostropel - Chicken or Duck Cooking Method
  7. Papricaș de pui, Gulaş, Pârjoale
  8. Sarmale - meat minced with rice, wrapped either in cabbage leaves or in vine leaves
  9. Slănină - pork fat often smoked.
  10. Sniţel - a pork or beef (a variety of Viennese shrimp)
  11. Șnițel mosaic - a specialty of Western Romania. A thin layer of different types of meat, filled with mushrooms. Other vegetable fillings can be used instead of mushrooms.
  12. Varză călită - steamed cabbage with pork ribs or sausage

Romanian fish dishes:

Fish smoked fish (fish stew with vegetables), Smoked mackerel (used in salads), Smoked Novac from Barsa Country (smoked carcass fillet in salads or with a vegetable / rice garnish) river with vegetables, fish paprika, roe salad (carp, pike or various fish species called tarama with onions), carp brine.

Culture in Romania

The culture of Romania is unique. It is the product of its geography and historical evolution. Romania is in Southeast Europe and borders with Bulgaria (608 km), Hungary (443 km), Moldova (450 km), Serbia and Montenegro (476 km), Ukraine (362 km) and Ukraine (169 km) . The capital of the country is Bucharest, and the official language is Romanian, spoken by about 89% of the population. The Hungarian language is spoken by about 7% of the population, mainly in Transylvania, and about 1.5% of the national population also speaks German.

Urbanism, architecture and space use

Bucharest is the capital city and the largest city. It is the place where you can still admire the ancient architecture of many churches from the 17th-18th centuries and a university dating back to 1864. Between the two world wars, Bucharest was considered a cultural center called "Paris of the East". Later, however, his character became more industrial and commercial. However, there are still cultural attractions, including the National Museum of Art, theaters and a national opera, alongside the largest university in the country.

Other major cities in Romania include Brasov, Constanţa, a Black Sea port; Cluj-Napoca, located in the center of Transylvania; and Timisoara in the Eastern Banat region. Traditional houses are seen from a distance, with red tile roofs, corrugated board or wooden shingles. In Moldova and Wallachia, most homes are white, and in Transylvania you will find houses in different colors.

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Romanians are known for their hospitality and generosity. They are accustomed to offering their guests abundant food and traditional drink. They pride themselves on their culture and the simple but beautiful way of life. Men show their respect to a woman raising her hat and bowing her head slightly in front of her, then kissing her hand. She usually gets up from the chair to give her the seat. It is also customary to give in to the elderly.

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