Cities of Romania

The ‘Nicolae Romanescu’ Park from Craiova, one of the emblematic objectives of the city, is the biggest green urban area in Romania, being considered one of the most representative monuments of landscape architecture in our country. Conceived and designed as a romantic park, imagined and arranged entirely by architects, the…
''He who has been in Romania, and hasn't seen Iassy, that one didn't see Romania...'' Nicolae Iorga, famous Historian and Politician Iashi (also referred to as Jassy or Iassy) is one of the largest cities and municipalities in Romania. Located in the Moldavia region, Iashi has traditionally been one of…
Sibiu, a city in the center of Romania, is ranked among the most charming cities in Europe, and it has to be visited as soon as possible, according to the American online Magazine huffingtonpost.com. The Journalists from The Huffington Post recommend to tourists nine European cities, of various dimensions, all…
Recently, hundreds of locals from Deva and also tourists started to go to Victoriei Square in Deva, in order to enjoy the spectacular view of the musical fountain there put in function again, after many months in which the installations were in maintenance. The musical artesian well functions between 9:00…
Romania has one of the most beautiful municipalities with bastions citadels in the entire Europe. The Alba Iulia City, whose historic center was completely renovated recently and presently looks stupendous, was named by the Swiss Tourism officials as an ‘exceptional cultural destination’, during a prestigious touristic fair that took place…
Over time, Timisoara (city in West Romania) recorded several firsts. Besides the fact that the municipality is known as the first city in Romania in which horse-drawn trams circulated, in 1884, in Timisoara has also recorded a great premiere: it became the first European city with street lighting. On November…
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The ‘Wonderful Romania’ project sets itself to be a place where everyone can fill one’s soul with the beauty of these lands, a place in which Romanians will be able to rediscover their identity, and also an instrument of acknowledgment for the foreigners that want to know more about our country.