Transylvania is a country to be discovered in Romania

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The mysterious Transylvania is is a country in the middle of Romania. This mysterious region is well worth a visit for the bounty of beauties it holds: its colourful autumn countryside, its picturesque villages clinging to the hillsides, its small towns with their wide squares, its marketplaces and – last but not least – its castles telling of the past.

Mysterious Transylvania (Romania)

The Carpathians, the mountain range surrounding the whole Region, are the natural frame to this beautiful land.
We were there in the autumn but its wonders will strike you any time of the year.
You can get plenty of good, healthy food anywhere at a surprisingly moderate price.
Though the Romanian Government targeted the date of January 1st 2019 for euro adoption, “leu” (meaning “lion”) is still the official currency.
No matter where you end up, the locals are always friendly and extrovert and welcome visitors on all occasions.
Sibiu and Cluj-Napoca airports guarantee scheduled international flights on a daily basis.

Here are some more useful suggestions for you:

  • we found ourselves at ease at the newly-built Cluj-Napoca Apart Hotel Residence “Il Lago” what makes it worth a stay are its cleanliness, its quiet position, though within a short distance from the airport. A typical local restaurant is conveniently situated just opposite the hotel.
  • You can find an equally new and clean hotel in Sibiu, “Horeum Boutique Hotel” easy to find and within easy reach of any destination.
  • Klass Wagen” is a good car rental at a short distance from the airport: they are friendly, well organized and competitively priced.
  • You will fly “WizzAir”, the new fast-growing Bulgarian low cost airline.

Romania, travel map in Transylvania

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From Sovata to Rupea

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From Rupea to Brașov

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Alba Iulia and Salina Turda

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