Romania in pop culture

Famous movies filmed in Romania

As I was saying to you last week, the campaign #RomaniaInMovies has come to an end and in this last article, we’ll discover some of the most famous movies filmed in Romania. We’ll start with Cold Mountain, a 2003 drama film, based on the novel of the same name by Charles Frazier. The film stars Jude Law as W. P. Inman, Nicole Kidman as Ada Monroe, Renée Zellweger as Ruby Thewes, Eileen Atkins as Maddy, ...

Mistakes made in movies about Romania – Dracula movies

As I was saying to you last week, the campaign #RomaniaInMovies continues with a list of mistakes made in movies about Romania. And since Dracula movies are a big hit even nowadays, we start with Dracula's Daughter. A 1936 American vampire horror film produced by Universal Studios. It stars Otto Kruger as Dr. Jeffrey Garth, Gloria Holden as Countess Marya Zaleska - Dracula's Daughter, Marguerite ...

Famous movies about Romania

Hi everyone! Hope you’ve missed us :) We’ve come back after a hot summer and a beautiful holiday with surprises, like our new and improved site with lots of information about travel destinations, offers, hotels, things to do here, in Romania, best places to visit during your holiday and a new campaign - Romania In Movies - that hopefully will conquer your heart like the last one, From Tourist to Local. In the next ...

Hotel Transylvania 2 reveals the funny story of Dracula and his hotel

Romania, the home of Vlad the Impaler or Dracula, as many of you know him, is coming back in the spotlight. The movie, that will be released in the USA starting with 25th September, brings a new character that will shake a little bit the normal course of events at Hotel Transylvania. After the first time that Jonathan got to the hotel, things changed here. Now, Hotel Transylvania is opened for humans, Mavis and Johnny are ...

History of Dracula, and the connection between him and Transylvania

Although Vlad Dracula was one of the most famous rulers of Wallachia, many of the inhabitants of the villages surrounding his medieval castles feared he is actually a terrifying, blood-sucking creature. This fear lived on throughout the ages and managed to place him in the minds of many generations as a highly controversial character called Count Dracula. But why the name Dracula? And why was Transylvania ...