In Romania you will meet a country with hospitable people and a rich history. In Transylvania you can visit the culturally rich cities of Kronstadt with the Bran Castle, the Town Hall Square, the Black Church or the Opera House; Sibiu with the Bruckenthal Palais, the Luxemburg House, the Romanian Soldier Monument, the Böbel House, the Bridge of Lies or the Petrus and Paulus Church; Schäßburg with the clock tower, the mountain church, the house with the deer antlers, the monastery church; the city of Cluj with the St. Michael’s Cathedral, the King Mathias’ birthplace, the citadel or the Banffy Palace, and meet the Transylvanian Saxons with the fortified church in Frauendorf, the Kronstadt town hall, Jakobsdorf or the fortified church in Schönberg. In the Danube Delta you will discover species-rich flora and fauna and in the west of the country the first electrically illuminated city in Europe, Timisoara, with the medieval castle and other attractions such as the cathedral, the opera house, or the Maria-Mariensäule in the Josefstadt awaits you for a walk through the capital, Bucharest, discover the grandiose parliament building, the triumphal arch, the Athenaeum or the national museum for the national history of Romania. Take a tour of Romania! the triumphal arch, the Athenaeum or the national museum for the national history of Romania. Take a tour of Romania! the triumphal arch, the Athenaeum or the national museum for the national history of Romania. Take a tour of Romania!
Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Romania
Go on a study tour through Sibiu, a city in the Sibiu County in Transylvania (Romania) and European Capital of Culture in 2007. Sibiu has always had a reputation as a cultural and spiritual center. The Evangelical Bishop of Transylvania, Saxony and the Orthodox Metropolitan of Transylvania have their seat here. Three denominations (Protestant / Catholic and Orthodox) train their clergy here. Do not miss the most important sights in Sibiu, such as the Hermannstadt Ratturm, the town hall, the Evangelical Church, the Catholic Garrison Church, the Brukenthal Palace, the Lutsch House, the Luxemburg House, or the monument “The Romanian Soldier”. Look forward to an unforgettable city tour through Hermannstadt (Sibiu)!
Be sure to visit Kronstadt, a large city in the Carpathian Mountains, as part of a round trip through Romania and Transylvania! Kronstadt (Braşov) includes numerous attractions such as Bran Castle (Törzburg), the Black Church with its Buchholz organ, the Old Town Hall on Town Hall Square, the Opera House, the Playhouse, the Weavers’ Bastion, the White Tower and the Black Tower. Let yourself be enchanted by a group tour through Kronstadt and get to know the history of this city!
Little Vienna in Romania
Timișoara is the third largest city in Romania. The city has a long history. This has a lasting impact on the cityscape. Tourists can see many historical buildings and churches. Timişoara is located in western Romania. Belgrade can be reached in two and Budapest in three hours by car.
Attractions in Timisoara
Due to their long-term affiliation to Austria-Hungary, many buildings in the city are characterized by an Austrian baroque style. The three places “Piața Victoriei”, “Piața Unirii” and “Piața Libertății” particularly stand out. Thanks to their beautiful appearance, these attract many tourists every year. In addition, when designing Timișoara, care was taken to ensure that there were plenty of green spaces in the city. Thus there are various parks and botanical gardens there. The city’s official botanical garden was established in 1995 and is now a nature reserve. It is characterized by an enormous variety of species and colors. For example, medicinal plants, tropical plants and plants from the Mediterranean region are available.
Culinary diversity of the city
Visitors to Timișoara get their money’s worth with culinary delights. There are various restaurants in the city where you can enjoy national and international dishes. In the Romanian cuisine, dishes are mainly prepared with corn and sheep meat. But sheep’s milk is also popular. A well-known dish is, for example, “Mici”. These are meatballs made according to our own recipe.
Timișoara is worth a trip as an insider tip. Mass tourism has not yet reached the city. This allows visitors to visit the great sights in peace and experience insights into the culture and history of the country.
Moldavian monasteries in Bukovina
The southern Bukovina is a real holiday secret tip, especially for adventurers and those looking for relaxation from all over Europe. Anyone visiting the Romanian region on the border with Moldova cannot avoid the famous Moldavian monasteries in Suceava County.
Putna Monastery: Tomb of Stefan the Great
Altogether more than 40 small and large monasteries and churches belong to the Moldavian monasteries, which were built in the 15th and 16th centuries in the predominantly Gothic style. Some of these monasteries have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for several years. The special thing about the Moldavian monasteries is the unique wall paintings. The valuable frescoes inside and on the facades of the monasteries mainly represent the contents of the Bible. One of the most popular monasteries of the Moldavian monasteries is the Putna monastery. Among other things, the grave of the former prince, Stefan the Great, is located here. He had commissioned the construction of the Moldavian monasteries. According to legend, a monastery should be built for every great victory on the battlefield. Most of the monasteries are still inhabited by monks and nuns today. All monasteries are located in the middle of the picturesque mountains of Bukovina. The Sucevita Monastery, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracts thousands of visitors from all over Europe every year. The inner and outer walls of the monastery are almost completely covered with wall paintings.