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Arrival in Bucharest
Bucharest - Little Paris of the Balkans
Lipscani District - Bucharest
Hanul lui Manuc (Hanuc's Inn) - Bucharest
While crossing the Olt Valley, a place of outstanding natural beauty, you will have the opportunity to visit the town of Curtea de Arges, once a capital of the feudal state of Wallachia. Today a quiet little town, it is mostly visited for the Princely Church, founded early in the 14th century by Basarab I (1330-1352) and its remarkably vibrant interior frescoes, the earliest visible in Romania, but also for its Curtea de Arges Monastery, one of Romania’s finest religious ensembles, perfectly set off in a glorious French-style park.
Union Square (Piața Unirii) - Bucharest
Palace of the Parliament - Bucharest
Curtea Veche (Old Princely Court) - Bucharest
Stavropoleos Church - Bucharest
Cișmigiu Gardens - Bucharest
Revolution Square - Bucharest
Romanian Athenaeum - Bucharest
Herestrau Park - Bucharest
Museum of the Romanian Village - Herastrau Park
Museum of the Romanian Peasant - Bucharest
Peles Castle - Sinaia
Fortifications of Brasov
Council Square - Brasov
Black Church - Brasov
Scheii Quarters - Brasov
Catherine's Gate - Brasov
Saint Nicholas Church - Brasov
First Romanian School - Brasov
Fortified Church of Prejmer
Fortified Church - Viscri
Scholar’s Stairs - Sighisoara
Church on the Hill - Sighisoara
Clock Tower - Sighisoara
Fortified Church - Biertan
House of Vlad the Impaler
Monastery Church - Sighisoara
Fortifications of Medias
Cultural Palace - Targu Mures
St. Michael Orthodox Wooden Church - Targu Mures
Unification Square - Cluj-Napoca
Church of Saint Michael - Cluj-Napoca
Squares of Stefan the Great and Avram Iancu
Cluj-Napoca National Theatre
Dormition of the Theotokos Cathedral - Cluj-Napoca
Saint Michael's Cathedral - Alba Iulia
Bridge of Lies - Sibiu
Next you will reach Sibiu, European Capital of Culture (2007), and explore one of the most beautiful cities in Romania.
Located at the crossroad of Transylvania and Wallachia, and at the foot of the Southern Carpathians, the city was founded in the 12th century by German settlers. Cradle of the Saxon civilization, Sibiu is Romania’s town with the largest number of preserved old districts. Many cobbled streets, along which stand old houses and mansions, remnants of medieval fortifications, baroque palaces, secret gardens, gives this city an architectural harmony without equal.
Banffy Palace - Cluj-Napoca
Cetatuia Park - Cluj-Napoca
Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania - Cluj-Napoca
Brukenthal Palace - Sibiu
Fortifications of Sibiu
Cozia Monastery - Calimanesti
Horezu - Romanian Capital of Artisans
Monastery of Curtea de Arges
Royal Church of St. Nicholas - Curtea de Arges
You will leave for Horezu, centre of culture and civilization, renowned for its pottery production, which is emblematic of the region.
Here, throughout the year, you can see at work the greatest masters-potters in the country, and you can watch the manufacturing process of clay products, the modelling and decorating of vases and plates. You will have the opportunity to buy directly from the potters various ceramic products.
The main attraction, however, is the Horezu Monastery, 2 miles north of Horezu near the village of Romani de Sus.
Build from 1690-97 by Constantin Brancoveanu, the monastery is a masterpiece of the "Brancoveanian style", remarkable for the purity and balance of its architecture, its rich sculptural elements, as well as its religious compositions, votive portraits and painted decoration, all of exceptional quality.
In the 18-th century its school of mural and icon was famous throughout the Balkan region. With its breathtaking mountainous setting, Horezu is simply one of the most serene monasteries in Romania. It is on the Unesco World Heritage List.
Just 3 miles from Horezu a little detour to the Maldaresti Complex Museum is advisible, for its historical and ethnographic exhibitions are definitely worth a visit..
You will reach Curtea de Arges, once a capital of the feudal state of Wallachia.
Today a quiet little town, it is mostly visited for the Princely Church, founded early in the 14th century by Basarab I (1330-1352) and its remarkably vibrant interior frescoes, the earliest visible in Romania, but also for its Curtea de Arges Monastery ,one of Romania’s finest religious ensembles, perfectly set off in a glorious French-style park, one of the jewels of the country. It houses the tombs of the royal family and the interior is rich and exceptionally exuberant.