If you’re are planning to go on a trip to Europe, we suggest you to visit Romania. There are some incredible landscapes, mountains, beaches, history, and traditions to fill libraries, thermal waters, castles, and fortresses of international fame, lush flora, fauna as it encompasses.
Romania is a good trip destination!
1. Podul Lui Dumnezeu, Mehedinti (God’s Bridge, Mehedinti County)
Zaton Lake (or the Devil’s Lake). Why the Devil? Because it is said that it has never been inhabited by any fish, and here people died drowned. Why “God’s Bridge”? Because, some accidents have occurred, and everyone survived.
The legend says that here God defeated Evil. Banished him from the cave where he was living, and he clung his nails on that rock: now bearing his name. The signs are still visible, and the people have called them clints.
2. Castelul Peles, Prahova (Peles Castle, Prahova County)
Peles Castle is the royalty symbol of Romania; it has 160 rooms. You’ll get overwhelmed by the way in which all the details (from every corner of the furniture to the golden yarn of fabrics) are thought to be under the control of the most immense artistic mastery. The words are superfluous facing such a royal treasure.
3. Cazanele Dunarii, Mehedinti (Danube, Mehedinti County)
At the Danube shores, you’ll face the Serbian land surrounded by so much peace, as if you are at the beginning of the world. At the Danube’s cluster, everything is lyricism and greatness, poetry, and glory; more imposing than Decebal‘s statue is only the quick flow of the Danube, dividing the mountains in its path to reach into the sea. Visit Romania to get a bite of this heaven.
4. Cetatea Alba Iulia Carolina (The White Fortress Iulia Carolina)
The UNESCO General-Director, the British Ambassador and other important personalities were impressed by this famous fortress just before its reconstruction.
If Transylvania breathes history through each of its slabs. Then, The White Fortress Iulia Carolina is exactly the chapter devoted to Habsburg rule in Romania. The goodwill of the authorities involved in the restoration of this architectural jewel turning it into a real-time machine.
5. Cascada Bigar, Caras-Severin (Bigar Waterfall, Caras-Severin County)
In 2013, this waterfall would have reached into the top one in some of the world’s top unique waterfalls, but that’s just a rumor. It is also said that the blue of the spring makes you believe that the sky has fallen there, and the flow of water over the rock covered by the muscles seems like a bridal veil. But you don’t have to believe anything, you’ll have to visit Romania to see with your own eyes!
So, this is our top 5 best places to visit in Romania, but there are so many other amazing places to discover.