Bounded by Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, Moldova, and the Black Sea, the lush state of Romania lies in southeastern Europe and is known for its long history, historic sites, and vibrant city attractions. Offering a wide array of tourist destinations, explore more of spectacular Romania as you travel along with your high class escort.
Rock sculpture of Decebalus
Notable for its 43-meter high 32-meter wide rock carving of the king of Dacia Decebalus, the site serves as a monument for the leader who fought against the Roman emperors Domitian and Trajan. Taking 10 years to be completed, the carving was built from 1994 to 2004 and lies on the a rocky outcrop on the river Danube.
Built in 1914 by King Carol I, the Peles Castle lies in the Carpathian Mountains in Prahova County and is known for its fine example of Neo-Renaissance and Gothic Revival style of architecture. Known as a part of the complex of three monuments in the Carpathian Mountains, the grandiose palace consists of over 170 rooms and also houses a museum featuring The Hall of Honour, The Imperial Suite, The Grand Armory or The Arsenal, The Small Armory, The Playhouse, The Florentine Room, The Moorish Salon, and The Turkish Parlor.
Timișoara Orthodox Cathedral
Located in the Banat region in western Romania, the Timișoara Orthodox Cathedral serves as the seat of the Archbishop of Timișoara and Metropolis of Banat. Built between 1936 and 1941, the cathedral was established dedicated to the Three Holy Hierarchs, Saints Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and John Chrysostom and is listed as among the National Register of Historic Monuments.
Brukenthal National Museum
Consisting of a complex of six musuems, the Brukenthal National Museum in Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania lies within the palace of former Habsburg governor Samuel von Brukenthal. Considered as the oldest institution of its kind in the country, the museum was established in 1817 and is home to approximately 300,000 library units.