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Hărman Fortified Church, Transylvania

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Taking on Romania, One Trip at a Time

Romania is a stunningly beautiful country with an amazing range of places to see.  From the relaxing Black Sea Coast to the  breathtaking Carpathians, the old cities of Sighisoara, the ancient ruins of Sarmizegetusa to modern day Bucharest there is so much to see.


Quick trips and stop-offs that you’d never normally see!

15 Tips & Tricks For Travelling Romania

Travelling into and around Romania can be a challenge and somewhat stressful.  Read my tips for an easier holiday!

Recent Travels

Castle Corvin

Castle Corvin

A good day out is a trip to Castle Corvin. Easily accessed in the middle of the town of Hunedoara this is Transylvanian fortresses at their best.

Hărman Fortified Church, Brașov

Hărman Fortified Church, Brașov

Hărman is one of the Transylvanian Fortified Churches and is an easy trip out if based in Brasov. The church is beautifully kept and provides a fascinating insight into the history of the region.

Review: Ibis Styles Hotel, Arad

Review: Ibis Styles Hotel, Arad

The Ibis Styles Hotel in Arad is the perfect place for a stopover. Close to the Hungarian border, the hotel is new, good value and has a relaxing design and good sized rooms.

Sarmizegetusa Regia

Sarmizegetusa Regia

Sarmizegetusa Regia is the ancient capital of the Dacians, situated in the heart of the Grădiştea Muncelului – Cioclovina Natural Park. Take a trip up to see a stunningly beautiful place.

Botanical Gardens Galați

Botanical Gardens Galați

The Botanical Gardens in Galați is a great place to get away from the chaos of the city. The gardens are very well kept, are extensive and include some interesting exhibitions in the main building.

Helen’s Romanian Travel Wish List

1. Corvin Castle

What looks like the most stunning castle ever!  For this castle fan this is an absolute must.

2. Sarmizegetusa

The original Dacian capital in the most beautiful spot.

3. Bears’ Cave

I love bears, preferably alive but this is really intriguing.

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