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Discover Transylvania - In
a venture to discover
Transylvania

Tour Travel Romania

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover
Transylvania
In a venture to discover Transylvania , you will come across the abundance of
historical sights and natural landmarks of this region. Discovering
Transylvania implies amazing castles, well preserved fortresses and churches,
natural fascinations like ice caves or unspoiled sceneries and full of life cities
displaying a harmonious mélange between medieval and state-of-the-art.

If you plan to discover Transylvania , you can start either from North or
South. Neither route will disappoint you, as Transylvania keeps surprising
tourists from every direction.
Say you start from the North; you will first come across the accumulation of
caves in the Crisana region. The most notable ones are Scarisoara Ice Cave,
which is the second biggest in south-eastern Europe and the Bear’s Cave in
Chiscau, known for the unfortunate story of the 15.000 years old cave bears.
The dozens of caves in this region are close to Oradea, another city worth
visiting.
Discover the true spirit of Transylvanians in its largest and most developed
city, Cluj-Napoca, loaded with museums and a bunch of fun activities, as it is
a European Youth Capital. Close to Cluj, there’s another not to be missed
natural monument: the enormous Salina Turda Salt Mine and the museum
and amusement park within.
Alba Iulia, the city of the Great Unification of Romania, is known for its star
shaped fortified center, the Alba Carolina Citadel . South from Alba-Iulia, in
Hunedoara County, you will discover the treasures of two essential eras for
Transylvania: the 1st century B.C. Dacian Fortresses in Orastie Mountains and
the medieval Corvin/Hunyad Castle in Hunedoara. Don’t forget about the
medieval Fortress of Deva.

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover Transylvania

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover
Transylvania
Discover Transylvania further on by reaching one of the medieval cities,
Sibiu, the 2007 European Capital of Culture. Exploring Sibiu will lead you to
the Large and Little Square, the legends of the Bridge of Lies and the
Lutheran Cathedral.
It would be a pity not to also see Cozia Monastery down south from Sibiu, the
most visited religious site in Romania. Cozia will lead you to Poenari Castle,
once Vlad the Impaler’s residence. To return from this little detour,
Transfagarasan highway, the best road in the whole world, is at your service.
When discovering Transylvania, Brasov and its surroundings are a must-see.
The mountainous Brasov is another one of the medieval cities that has
always attracted tourists with its most prized possessions: the Black Church,
the White Tower, the Council Square, Rupe Street and the belvedere from
Tampa Mountain.
Orbiting around Brasov, there is a great deal of other medieval landmarks.
The Citadel of Rasnov, the Bran Castle which is probably the most famous
castle in Transylvania for its connections to Bram Stoker’s “Count Dracula”
and the astounding architecture of Peles Castle in Sinaia where the Royal
family lived, are all close to each other.
If you feel like you’ve already discovered Transylvania, wait, there’s more.
Pass by Prejmer Fortified Church, because it’s the largest one in Southeastern
Europe and then, don’t forget about the last of the medieval town,
Sighisoara, for it’s an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Covered Stairs will
lead you to the Hill Church and back to the Clock Tower. Here is also the last
vampire-aficionado exhibit, Dracula’s House.
Isn’t it worth it?

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover Transylvania

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover
Transylvania
Come and explore, enjoy, take pictures, create memories, experience,
interact, folklore nd traditions…
Come and Discover Transylvania !!!

Discover Transylvania - In a venture to discover Transylvania


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