Restaurants and bars from where you can see Bucharest from above

I love to have a broad perspective about a place, a street or a city. No matter where I am, I need to know my surroundings. Whenever I travel to a new city, I ask locals about cool places where I can go and have a great view of the city from above. I’m from … Continue Reading

3-Day Heritage Trip Itinerary Around Romania

There are many places I recommend visiting while in Romania, but if you truly want to discover the core of the Romanian traditions and culture, then I recommend planning a heritage trip in Romania. This round-trip starts from Bucharest. This trip is for experimented travellers, who will drive long hours to get off the beaten … Continue Reading

5 Romanian Easter Traditions (Orthodox Easter)

Easter is the most important religious holiday in the entire calendar, and I want to share some memories and some traditions regarding the Orthodox Easter. Some are still being kept, while others are more likely only remembered by the elders of the communities. Ever wondered what are the Romanian Easter traditions? The main religion in … Continue Reading

The 1st of March is the chance to honor ancestry in a fast-paced world

For Romanians 1st of March has a powerful symbol, called “MĂRȚIȘOR”. In Romanian sounds like the younger brother of March. I was raised like it was a big thing, but I cannot remember the legend of this tradition. I guess is one of those things you grow up with, not questioning it too much. You only come to realize you don’t have a clue about it when someone who wasn’t aware of it (like a foreigner) asks about it. 1st of March in Romania is indeed a special day.

Bears’ Cave – The Showcase Of Natural Wonder

The not-so-popular only discovered a few decades ago, Bears’ Cave is a place of wonder and fascination. Seriously, not a lot of this kind of places can be visited, so when in Romania, more exactly in the Apuseni Natural Park, which is in the northwestern part of the country, paying a visit to Bears’ Cave … Continue Reading