Often subject to many prejudices, Romania is in reality a destination little known to the general public, so when we talk about it, the images that come to mind are very limited. Between Ukraine and Bulgaria, with Hungary to the west and the Black Sea to the east, its vast territory is nevertheless made up of a mosaic of landscapes steeped in myths and traditions as old as unsuspected... The Romanian tourist guide aims to restore some of this unique charm by taking you on a journey of discovery through the four corners of the country, starting with Bucharest, a frenetic and lively capital, at the crossroads of the old and the new. Here, trendy addresses are flourishing at high speed and there are countless opportunities for entertainment. Nevertheless, Bucharest remains, like the country, proud of its strong cultural roots, something that can be measured by visiting the medieval and romantic cities of Sighişoara, Braşov or Sibiu in Transylvania, or the painted monasteries of the regions of Maramureş and Bukovina. Nature is powerful in Romania, from the steep and magical Carpathian mountain range to the beaches of the Black Sea. And why not take a cruise on the Danube? Between gleaming sedans and horse-drawn carts, at the crossroads of Western, Byzantine, Slavic and Eastern influences, far from mass tourism, Romania, its cities, its countryside and legends is the promise of a total change of scenery, where all your memories remain to be created!