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If you consider a visit in Romania, then you are in the right place! You can find here articles about best places to visit in beautiful Romania. There are not only Romania landmarks featured in our articles, such as Transylvania or Dracula’s castle, but also very special places, less known to travelers outside the country. Danube Delta, Maramures or the Merry Cemetery are just few examples. Read about Top Romania destinations and take a look at our offer for Guided Romania tours!

11 reasons to visit Transylvania, no 1 in Top Best Regions in the World to Travel in 2016

Transylvania is best known as the mysterious land of bloodthirsty vampires and for the most people outside Romania, that’s all it is. Some may even think it’s a fictional place, but this central Romanian region is a real place, bordered by the Carpathian Mountains to the east and south, by Hungary to the west and by Ukraine to the north.

This idea of Transylvania being the land of vampires has its roots in Bram Stoker’s vampire novel published in 1897 which gained enormous success. The novel was inspired by old superstitions and the real-life exploits of Vlad Dracula, a 15th-century Wallachian ruler who skewered up his enemies on long spikes.

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Visit Danube Delta, the best preserved European Delta

The natural splendors of the Danube Delta attract each year tourists from all over the world, looking for recreational tourism, discovery tourism (itinerant), rural or angling tourism which is very appreciated in any season and for any kind of fish.

The Danube Delta is the second largest delta in Europe (the Volga being the largest) and the best preserved of the European deltas. Having an area of over 3400 km2, this land of waters and reeds is the largest continuous marshland on Europe. Floating islets covered by rush and reed, lianas and water surfaces covered by water lilies are the common scenery in the Danube Delta.

Over 300 species of bird have been recorded in this region, the most important being cormorant, pygmy cormorant, white pelican and Dalmatian pelican. The delta is also very important for fish, with 45 fresh water species present. Some endangered animal species, like otter and weasel, find their home in the Danube Delta.

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