Romania has some wonderful places that can impress you at any time and which are worth visiting, they will give you a memory that you will never forget and will always make you think back in the amazing places you have, you have visited.
Transfagarasan is the road between the mountains of Fagaras, starting from Bascov, Arges county and ending near the village of Cartisoara, Sibiu County. With a length of about 152 km, part of DN 7 C, the road connects the two provinces of Muntenia and Transylvania.
The Transfagarasan, through its greatness and beauty, engendered a strong economic development of the area. From this perspective, the more developed places are also the best-known places, such as the dam and the Vidraru Lake, Balea Lac, Balea Cascada, Cumpana, Valley of Pisces or Molivisu new resort. Numerous hotels, cottages, and guesthouses have been built in these locations.
The Barsana Monastery, situated on Valea Izei, is an icon of the Maramures Orthodox Christian soul, a hope for a blessed future, a holy place where nature unites with the Church.
What fascinates at the Barsana Monastery, beyond the spirit of the place of a good monastic order, is the perfect stylistic unity and the flawless artistic sense that governs the entire settlement, along the lines of a tradition enriched by creative godliness. The purity of the lines of Barsana is like thunder for the eyes and for the heart: financial love of beauty dainty in wood!
Apart from the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Maramures and Satmar, the Monastery of the Holy Apostles in Barsana is located 22 km southeast of the city of Sighetul Marmatiei, at the exit from Barsana, to the Slatioarei bridge, where the spaces of Issei’s broad-leaved canyons stretch towards the locality Stramtura.
Bran Castle, located between Bucegi Mountains and Piatra Craiului, 30 km from Brasov, is the only tourist attraction that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists due to a legend: Legend of Count Dracula, Accommodation in Bran although the historical springs say that Vlad Tepes would have passed here once, on the way to Brasov.
Initially, Bran Castle was a fortress known as Dietrichstein, built by the Teutonic Knights Order in 1212, which was conquered by the Saxons in the late 13th century.
The fortress was transformed into a royal residence in 1920, with Queen Mary’s ownership, and the most important restoration works were carried out between 1920 and 1929
Currently, the collections of furniture, suits, arms, and armor are exhibited in the four-story museum, and the Bran Bran also includes the Royal Park with its two lakes, the Tea House, the Administrator’s House, and the Princess’s House Ileana.
The Fortified Evangelical Church in Viscri, Buneşti commune, Braşov County, was built in the 13th century on the basis of an ancient Roman basilica dated from the 12th century.
The ensemble of the fortified evangelical church consists of a church, a fortified enclosure with a defensive road, two towers, two bastions, a gate tower is a historical monument
Since 1999, the church has been part of UNESCO World Heritage. The church hall was built by the Szeklers and was later taken over by the Saxons. The church was fortified in the 15th century and turned into a fortified church with towers, bastions, and the two defense walls.
Viscri is one of the most picturesque and, despite its size, not very large, monumental Saxon peasant fortresses, which includes among its walls one of the few Romanesque churches of the 13th century.
Clock Tower, Sighisoara
The Clock Tower is a historical and architectural monument in Sighisoara, the most massive of the nine defense towers of Sighisoara which have been preserved to date
The monument has a height of 64 meters, is located in the southeast part of the city and is visible from any point of the city center.
The edifice was built in the fourteenth century to protect the main gate of the city. At the end of the sec. the 17th century was provided with a baroque coronation, similar to that of St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.
Over time, the Clock Tower became the representative building of the city. Until century 16 the room from the first level of the tower served as the hall of the town council.
Peles Castle was built on the initiative of the first King of Romania, Carol I, outside the commune of Podul Neagului, a 24-km-long settlement in 1874, the year when, on the initiative of the sovereign, the commune is named Sinaia.
A year later, the first houses of the boyars were built in the center of the village, and in 1876 the construction of the Ploiesti-Predeal railway line crossing Sinaia.
At the same time, the foundation of Peles Castle was built between 1873 and 1875. The foundation stone foundation ceremony took place in a festive setting on 10/22 August 1875.
The Fagaras Mountains are a mountainous massif that is part of the Southern Carpathians, with the highest mountain peak in Romania, Moldoveanu Peak 2.544 meters. Until the interwar period, the Negoiu Peak, with an altitude of 2,536 meters, was considered the highest peak in the Carpathians except for the peaks in the Tatra Mountains.
They meet in the valley of the glacier, offering tourist spots with wonderful landscapes for a break. The water from these alpine lakes is good to drink, coming from a clean rain with amazing transparency.
In the Fagaras Massif there can be found between 30 – 70 glacial lakes, depending on the season we are in.