All sources, talking of an enormous economic, touristic and cultural potential of Romania, a country where after decades of Communist domination, offers a very wide range of tourist services. Considered a Latin island in a Slavic sea for its cultural and religious heritage of the Roman Empire and yet away, from the overcrowded tourist circuits, Romania has a few natural enclaves that is unique in the world, such as the Carpathians and the Danube Delta, both with exceptional flora and fauna.
As result of the secular uniqueness of its history, Romania keeps one magnificent cuisine, a rich folklore and an admirable monumental and artistic heritage especially well preserved citadels, Orthodox monasteries and medieval castles. This way, in addition to the German Gothic, the Austrian baroque or the Italian renaissance, in Romania there are also original creations as the brancovenesc style of the 17th century or the Rumanian neo of the 19th century. In the province of Transylvania have been preserved tens of citadels, fortified saxon churches and castles. Between them, emphasize the Bran Castle, better known as Dracula, the fortified citadel of Biertan, the castle of the Corvin princely family and the castle in Lazarea.
The centuries of influence of the great empire of Austria brought to the Transylvanian cities, the Viennese Baroque with sumptuous palaces, tall windows and gilded ornaments. Moldova, known by the ecclesiastical art and the painted monasteries, adopted the gothic style, being in this sense the Ruginoasa Palace and the Palace of Culture of Iasi, two interesting examples. Wallachia province in southern Romania, it was the land of the brancovenesc architecture. In addition, hospitality and tolerance are virtues made up deeply in the soul of the Romanian people.
In short a trip to Romania leaves a lasting keepsake full of veneration and a desire to return to visit all the wonders that holds this unknown and surprising country.