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Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit in Romania

Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit in Romania
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This country has a mysterious tourist attraction with its beauty of natural parks and history. Many peoples are believed thats all of the medieval castles of this country are inhabited by vampires. The legends of Count Dracula are excited the imagination of tourists. The gothic castles of woods are resting against the sky with spiers. Thats seems to be a reflection of natural myths. Most of the tourists are know thats Romania is a classic European country. Bucharest is the capital of Romania thats has several magnificent buildings. This country is rich and diverse with its culture thats is represented by ethnographic museums. The charm cozy atmosphere can be easily found in small European cities of Sighisoara, Sibiu, and Brasov. Each historical region of Romania is attractive in its own colors and its own way. Here is an overview of the Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit in Romania.

Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit in Romania

10. Romanian Carpathians

Romanian Carpathians

Romanian Carpathians is The second-largest mountains range in Europe. It occupies one-third of the country thats will include western, southern and eastern Carpathians. This magnificent mountain consists of high peaks of three and a half kilometers heights that will contain Picturesquecave, volcanoes, and glaciers. It is a separate section of the mountain range which is well maintained by the ski resort.

9. King Michael I Park

King Michael I Park

King Michael I Park was established in the most northern part of Bucharest, on the shores of Herastrau Lake, This park was made in 1937. One of the park parts are is in the village museum, another part is a traditional recreation is for the peoples. The park area consists of a zone in quiet deciduous alleys of small artificial reservoirs and picturesque embankments.

8. Bigar Falls

Bigar Falls

A ten meters waterfalls flowing over the tuff covered green mosses was located in the Beushnista National Park. From afar there is bigar resembles a huge mushroom. There is also a special bridge thats was built to observe the waterfalls into the range of Nera Gorge. There is a characteristic feature of bigar falls is the fast rate of the waterfall. it is one of the most popular waterfalls in Romania.

7. Scarisoara Cave

Scarisoara Cave

This cave was located on the top of the Carpathian mountains. Scarisoara Cave has consisted of several religious halls all of these halls were names as the cathedral, a church, and the great hall.Similar to these associations were taken from the unusual form of stalagmites resembling churches candles. This cave is a unique thats has an underground glacier with a total volume of more than eight to six thousand cubic meters.

6. Lipscani Street

Lipscani Street


One of the longest streets in the Bucharest that will run through the center of the old town. This street got its name in the 17th century by the German Merchants. which is place there named to the trade of Leipzig, later on, it will be transformed into the “Lipskan”. The architectural of the appearance of this street was began to take its shops in the 16th century but most of these are modern building which belongs to the style of beginning in the 19th century.

5. Merry Cemetery

merry cemetery

One of the most positive cemetery in the whole world that will take place to specially thanks to the talent of Romanian sculptor and artist of S.y Petrash. This cemetery was made in the 19th century that began to draw the wooden tombstones with illustrations which is reveal the characteristic of features of life in the deceased. These colorful cemetery caricatures still appear in the merry cemetery to accompanied by text messages of statements or relatives causes to death of the deceased.

4. Peles Castle

Peles castle

Peles castle was located in the northwest of Sinai this is majestic neo-renaissance palace began to be erected in the 18th century by King Carol I and it was completed by the world war I. There is more than one hundreds and sixty rooms is in castle that contains rich collections of sculptures, weapons, paintings, furniture, paintings, tapestries, carpets, and porcelain. In Peles castle, there is a park ensemble that is based upon seven Italian terraces all of these terraces were decorated with fountains, lions, and stairs.

3. Palace of Parliament

Palace of Parliament

One of the largest administrative building in the world is located on the top of hill Spirits in Bucharest. It will cover an area of more than three hundred and fifty-one thousand square meters thats consist of twelve floors in which four of these are underground level and there are more than eleven hundred rooms in the buildings. This palace building was built from 1984 to 1997 by the order of Ceausescu. There are more than one million cubic meters of marble and four thousand six hundred tons of crystal were spent on the decoration of these buildings. There are more than 21,000 workers are working in the building.

2. Sighisoara Historic Center

Sighisoara Historic Center

The Transylvanian city of Sighisoara was towering above the Tyrnava mare river. This historic center was founded in the 13th century by the german colonist. This historic center looked like a classical type of medieval city, which is fortified with nine towers and three bastions. On the territory of the old Sighisoara, there are ancient educational, residential buildings, museums(torture, history, weapons) and towers with weathercocks.

1. Bran Castle

Bran Castle


Bran castle was build at the end of the 13th century. Which is going down in the history of Dracula’s castle. According to one legend, the Wallachian prince Vlad Tepes. Which has become the prototype of famous literary characters that are often stayed in these castle during their campaigns and hunting in this vicinity. Bran castle was located on the cliff and has a trapezoidal shape. The corridors of the fortress are intricate labyrinths. This castle was also an open-air museum for featuring Romanian to peasant buildings from all around the country.

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