There is more to see and do in Transylvania than stake out Dracula’s castle.
Americanii de la washingtonpost.com au suprins pozitiv cateva elemente interesante despre Transilvania – mai mult decat Castelul Dracula.11 imagini din Romania alaturi de cateva cuvinte de Bine reprezinta recenzia turistica a jurnalistilor straini.
Haystack and cornfields in the Cibin River valley west of Sibiu. Bordered by the Carpathian Mountains in the south, Sibiu, with its multicultural history, was declared a European Capital of Culture in 2007.
Men ride a carriage in Viscri, which is nested in the hills of mythical Transylvania. Viscri was faced with a dilemma when almost all its inhabitants of German origin, the „Saxons,” left in 1989 after the collapse of the Communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu. More than 11,000 tourists from around the world came in 2009 to see Viscri’s pastel-colored houses and its UNESCO World Heritage fortified church, among them Britain’s Prince Charles, who bought a house there.