The Bucegi Sphynx

Romanian Orthodox Church. © Sorin Onisor

The Harvesting of the Wheat, Transylvania

The mountains of a land of the fairies. Bucovina. © Sorin Onisor

Fortified church at Biertan. © Sorin Onisor


Itinerary proposition 1: 6 days, Romania

Summer is coming, so we have some itinerary propositions for you for visiting Romania. They will be published one by one so don’t expect to find them all here right now. We will start with the most popular and finish with the most unlikely of the routes. There will be routes for history lovers, water lovers, mountain lovers and East Europe aficionados. Places, prices and time.


Bucharest in pictures

As a picture says more than a thousand words, flash-visit Bucharest by taking a look at these pictures and write us an e-mail if you are interested to know more about them. Or about Bucharest. Or Romania.


Open-air cinema in Bucharest, this summer

CreArt is organizing the cultural event CinePark this summer in Bucharest – open-air cinema , between June 8th- September 30th, in Herastrau, the biggest park in the city. Free access ( Charles de Gaulle entrance).


Fridays: 21:00 – artistic movie
Saturdays : 19:30 – movies for children; 21:00 –  artistic movie
Sundays: 18:30-  movies for children; 20:00 – artistic movie

The Sistine Chapel of the Romanians: the Draganescu Church

The Draganescu Church is said to be Romania’s Sistine Chapel. Just like Michelangelo, our Father Arsenie Boca painted each and every part of this church in a new and surprising way, old traditional figures painted in a surrealist style. The Draganescu church is a small village church, dedicated to Saint Nicholas, and its walls are like a thousand books. One can easily spend a whole day there and even more days, just meditating on the richness of


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