Where is Transylvania & what’s to do there?

Travelers, Dracula fans, vampire hunters, paranormal enthusiasts or culture-passionate people from around the world have always had an interest in Transylvania. Maybe it is because of Bram Stoker's Dracula novel or the way it is revealed in Media and the pop culture that formed around it, but besides the thrills, the visitors always find a place with amazing sights, picturesque sceneries, welcoming locals and stories to remember.

10 tragic destinies in Romanian History you knew nothing about

Vlad the Impaler is known as the most famous vampire around the world, Dracula. Despite being associated with a powerful beast, Vlad Dracula had a tragic destiny and suffered a horrible death. Find out who are the other Romanian figures that shared the same type of fate.

Places to go from Cluj-Napoca

Either you are going to Cluj-Napoca for a business matter, or you want to go to a place you’ve never been before, you should take the chance for a trip to some of Romania’s most impressive landmarks. From medieval castles and fortified churches to time forsaken traditional Romanian villages, Cluj it’s the perfect place from where to start your journey to explore Romania’s heart and to understand what makes this country special.

Byzantine embroideries from Romania at Louvre Museum, Paris

As a part of Romania – France Season, Louvre Museum from Paris will host an exhibition of Byzantine-tradition religious embroidery from Romania, from 17th of April to 29th of April. The 26 pieces exhibition contains orthodox tradition pieces of religious art such as the Ecclesiastical Flag of Stephen the Great, The altar door curtain of Ascension, the tomb cover Maria de Mangop and the Epitaph of Gavriil Trotuşan.