What was it, Romania? What makes it unique? What attracts tourists to Romania. there are many questions and unfortunately for Russian tourists, the country is little known.
Dracula, Nicolae Ceausescu, perhaps all. no – no – even Gypsies!
Of course DRACULA. the world-famous hero, loved the country and as a historical figure and as a Vampire, but today is not about famous people and popular tourist places.
Today on the natural values of the country, its unique creations of nature.
So hit the road.
One of the most beautiful to visit in Romania places is the Turda gorge with its wild karst landscape. This is a high and steep cliffs, sharp ridges, stone arches and towers, more than 1000 species of plants, animals, rare butterflies. With 1938, is a natural reservation and is included in the UNESCO list as one of the most important natural monuments. The length of the gorge is about 1300 m with stone walls up to 200m.
In Transylvania there is a layer of salt about 400 m, which includes the salt mine of Turda, with age more than 13 million years and the thickness of the salt layer about 250 m. It is known throughout Romania, historical monument of Cluj County.
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The howling of the wolves, ancient castles, washed by the sea, and vampires – this causes the image of Transylvania in many people. However, if you abstract from this cliché originated the famous novel by Bram Stoker, you will find in the North-West of Romania lot of interesting things. The trip to Transylvania is much more than just a trip to the homeland of Dracula. We will give seven reasons why you should go for a vacation there.
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Jagged peaks of the Carpathian mountains border on the West to the Apuseni mountains, covered with dense ancient forests and green hills. Transylvania is perhaps one of the few regions in Europe that has a pristine landscape.
Entry into the countryside of Transylvania is not only a return to an ancient world Continue reading