Bordered by the Southern Carpathian Mountains, the mixture of gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture, as well as its history richness makes Brasov one of the most visited cities in Romania. The Citadel was built on a Dacian site in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights and later established by the Saxons as one of the Seven Walled Citadels. Continue reading “The Charming City of Brasov, Romania and Things You Can Do”
Who has not heard about Dracula, the vampire? His legend was born in Romania and has spread all over the world. The stories created around the Count Dracula have been the source of inspiration for many storytellers and movie producers. However, apart from the legendary Dracula, Romania is a country that possesses an amazing cultural and natural heritage that is still not very much known by many people. Even though the story of Dracula might be terrifying, those who visit Romania can actually have a wonderful time as long as they carry some garlic with them to keep vampires and dark spirits away. Leaving jokes aside, this is a country able to compete with many touristic destinations from Europe and still has many mysteries yet to be discovered.