When traveling to Romania, you should try the country’s culinary specialties such as the sausages Mititei, the plum brandy tuica or the dessert papanaşi. Visit medieval castles, modern cities, traditional villages, mineral springs and desert landscapes or churches. In the large cities, you are invited to theaters, museums and there are many restaurants serving food from all continents.
Timisoara in Romania organizes numerous music festivals
Timisoara, Romania’s most cosmopolitan city, organizes a variety of music festivals every year. Cluj-Napoca, one of the country’s most visited cities, has a growing cultural scene as well as a lively nightlife. The university town of Iasi is known as the “capital of culture” and has over 100 churches. Bucharest has a mixture of architectural styles ranging from a triumphal arch, open plazas, palaces, botanical gardens, communist buildings and modern shopping centers.
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