A crossroads between the Slavic and Balkan worlds, Romania, this "island of latinity", is now part of the European Union. Only two and a half hours flight from Paris, the change of scenery is guaranteed. In a country in transition, you will see that traditions of hospitality are still alive and well. The diversity of its architecture or the generosity of its cuisine to the rhythm of breathtaking music: everything is gathered here to enjoy a pleasant stay.
Points of interest of great diversity :
The medieval cities of Transylvania. Bra?ov, Sibiu or Sighi?oara, whose medieval city centres are extremely well preserved, colourful and lively.The monasteries of Bucovina. Around Suceava, in the north of Moldova, you will discover, in the middle of beautiful landscapes, 16th century monasteries whose exterior walls are covered with colourful frescos.Maramure?, in the north of the country, for its villages with preserved folklore, its wooden churches, the "joyful cemetery" of S?pân?a.The Danube Delta. Where the race of this great European river ends, people have managed to preserve an unspoilt nature and maintain a close relationship with an aquatic environment. Canals, marshes, reeds as far as the eye can see, dunes, tropical forests, fishing villages, varied fauna, that's what the delta has to offer.Bucharest. A capital whose charm does not appear at first sight. But everyone agrees that this city is unlike any other, with its avenues that evoke the Paris of the 1920s, its civic district that testifies to the megalomania of Ceau?escu, its gigantic parks and its large beautiful forgotten mansions.The coastline, very popular in summer thanks to an ideal climate and a water temperature of around 28 degrees.
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