Every place on Earth is unique in its own way, and every country has its special places that can charm any traveler. But Romania is one of Europe’s richest countries in terms of historical culture and significance. So let’s take a look at what you’ll experience if you decide to travel to Romania for your next holiday.

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Travel to Romania and discover its surprising history.  The country’s geographical positioning is one that was much desired by all the great powers of the world, from the Roman and the Russian Empires to the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires. More than once Romania has served as Europe’s defense line against invading nations, and this can be observed in its vast number of fortresses, castles and fortified churches.

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Culture and tradition

But despite its violent history, Romania managed to preserve the culture and tradition that is specific to all of its areas, from Bukovina and Maramures to Transylvania and Wallachia. From traditional crafts and costumes to customs that can be traced back to centuries ago, Romania’s cultural heritage remained unspoiled in most of its regions. And what better way to discover Romania’s culture and traditions than through a Classic Romania tour?

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If you’re an art lover, you should definitely travel to Romania for your next holiday. A trip to the famous painted monasteries of Bukovina will take you back in time to the 15th and 16th century. The purpose of the painting is not purely decorative. The religious murals were used to tell the story of the lives of the most important Orthodox saints.

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Nature & Wildlife

And don’t worry. If you’re in search of stunning and unique landscapes or diverse wildlife, make sure to take your camera with you to capture some amazing shots for your Instagram profile while enjoying the beauties that Romania has to offer. The possibilities are endless — you can hike on top of the highest mountains of Romania and see the world from above the clouds, or retreat to a village forgotten-by-time and break away from the stress.