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  • Visit The Steam Locomotive Museum In Resita

    I love Resita sign next to the steam locomotive museum.

    Resita is a city in southwestern Romania that has a rich industrial history, particularly in the production of steam locomotives. The Resita locomotive factory played a crucial role in manufacturing steam locomotives for both domestic and international use. The locomotives produced in Resita were known for their robustness and reliability. If you plan to visit…

  • The Enchanting Panorama of Sighisoara

    Panoramic view of the city of Sighisoara.

    Since the city is surrounded by taller hills, a nice vantage point over the city of Sighisoara can be found on the top of a larger hill right behind the train station. You can easily get there by car. This is one of the best places to admire the beautiful panorama of the city because…

  • Charlottenburg – Romania’s Only Circular Village

    Charlottenburg village seen from a larger hill.

    The village of Charlottenburg located in Timis County, also known as Sarlota, is Romania’s only circular village, not far from the major city of Timisoara. Initially, this village was founded by 32 families who immigrated to Banat from the southern part of Germany. In its early days. all the houses in the village had almost…

  • What To Visit In The Land of Hateg

    retezat mountains near hateg

    Located in the southwestern part of the historical region of Transylvania, the Land of Hateg offers many things to explore and discover for tourists. Honestly, I found myself captivated by the picturesque landscapes, ancient castles, and warm hospitality. In this article, I will take you on a virtual tour of some of the must-visit destinations…

  • Sighisoara Medieval Citadel: A Must-Visit Destination in Transylvania

    sighisoara medieval citadel

    The medieval citadel of Sighișoara is an inhabited citadel located in the historical region of Transylvania. To be more precise, it’s located almost in the center of Romania. Sighisoara is a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a unique and enchanting experience. This charming town offers a journey back in medieval times, where every corner is…

  • Vršac, Serbia: A Small Eastern European City

    The city name written in Cyrillic.

    After a not-very-long drive from the Romanian city of Timișoara, we have finally reached the small city of Vršac located in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia. This small city is not very far from the border with Romania making it easily accessible for travelers seeking a delightful cross-border experience. Once we were in the…

  • The Village of Viscri, Transylvania – A Place I Visited

    Old traditional houses in Viscri

    Located in the historical region of Transylvania, not far from the inhabited medieval citadel of Sighisoara, Viscri in another important Saxon village that must be visited. One of the primary reasons for its renown is the well-preserved Lutheran fortified church located in the heart of the village. This fortified church, built by the Saxon community,…

  • Explore The Transylvanian Village of Biertan

    The Clock Tower located in the Biertan Fortified Church.

    The village of Biertan is another important objective located in the heart of the historical region of Transylvania. Almost in the middle of the village you will find the old medieval fortified church. Also it’s important to mention that this village it’s closely tied to the Transylvanian Saxons, a group of German people who settled…

  • The Rupea Fortress In Romania

    The Rupea Citadel

    The Rupea fortress is located in the heart of the historical region of Transylvania, Romania. Since it was built on a larger cliff close to the city of Rupea, it is visible from every direction and you cannot miss it if you plan to visit it. There is even a larger parking lot next to…

  • Wandering Through Oradea: A Walk Amongst Landmarks

    The Republicii street in Oradea

    In a fast-paced world dominated by technology and urbanization, there is something undeniably captivating about taking a leisurely stroll amidst iconic landmarks. Each step unravels a tapestry of history, culture, and beauty that connects us to the past while enriching our present experiences. Whether wandering through bustling metropolises or exploring tranquil historical sites, a walk…

  • Exploring the Historic Charm of Oradea’s Union Square

    The Union Square in Oradea.

    One of the city’s most captivating landmarks are in Union Square, a historic and picturesque square that encapsulates the essence of Oradea’s charm. Stepping into Union Square is like stepping back in time, as it is a true testament to the city’s past and a window into its vibrant present. Union Square, also known as…

  • Exploring Oradea Fortress: A Must-See Destination in Romania

    Windows located in the fortification walls of the Oradea fortress.

    Situated in the city of Oradea, in the northwestern part of Romania, the Oradea Fortress stands proudly as a symbol of strength and resilience. Construction of the fortress began in the 11th century, making it one of the oldest and most significant medieval structures in the Crisana region. With its rich history and impressive architecture,…

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