Lake Floreasca and lake Herastrau in a beautiful picture from Bucuresti Optimist.
A lovely sad song about a sad man who asks a taxi driver to take him anywhere but home. Like it.
The beauty of Transylvania, Romania. Great photo…
I like Puya and this old song of his is one of my favorites.
Why should you go to Romania? The straight answer is because it is one of the most beautiful countries of Southeast Europe.
The Blue Guide
God, I love Vunk…
This is the Unification Boulevard in Bucharest, Romania. It ends at the Palace of the Parliament, the biggest building of Europe, a ‘gift’ from Ceausescu. A lot of historical buildings made way for this boulevard. It’s the communist version of the Champs-Élysées (in Paris).
And now, the Unification Boulevard is actually part of history. I still hate it, but there are plans to beautify and, more important, to revive the boulevard with a long park. Seeing is believing…
Love is in the air! Between March 1 and 8 Romanian men offer martisoare (trinkets / jewellery with a white-read thread) to women as gifts. Women wear the martisor all March to bring strength and health. It’s a wonderful and very old Romanian tradition.
We just love love.
While more and more visitors are discovering the unique appeal of the city once known as “Little Paris,” it’s still a very affordable destination and a great place to go upscale for less.
The Huffington Post about Bucharest
The Bicaz Canyon in north-east Romania was dug by the waters of the Bicaz River. The canyon serves as a passageway between the Romanian provinces of Moldova and Transylvania. It’s gorge-ous!
The guys at Top Gear said the Transfagarasan road is the best road in the world. EVO’s Henry Catchpole took the same road in his Jaguar F-Type V8S. And yes, he was impressed, despite the busyness… And he did like the Transalpina road even better… So car lovers, do come to Romania! We’ve got two great roads for you…
Brasov is one of my favorite Romanian cities. I think you can see why… Go check this city out for yourself!