Romania is located in the (Southeastern) Central Europe and has a population of over 19 Million. Its climate has temperate, four distinct seasons, similar to the northeastern USA. This country in Europe also has a rich history, culture and of course, beautiful tourist spots. You can check the list from the following destinations:
1.The Sphinx and Babele
If you are familiar with this landmark, then you are surely a fan of the history channel. The Sphinx and Babele are two natural formed rocks. The formations are located about a 10-minute walk from one another at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters. Sphinx acquired its name by Great Sphinx of Giza while Babele, which translates to ‘the old woman,’ is the name for the mushroom-shaped formations. The best thing to do here is to take pictures and enjoy the beauty of them.
This charming and unbelievable Neo-Renaissance architecture is one of the top attractions in the country. You will see yourself moving back into the past while passing to this area. And now it serves as a museum, showing off a collection of artwork, armor, and weaponry around 160 rooms.
3.Palace of Culture
The neo-gothic architecture has 298 rooms throughout its 390,000 square feet, and the building houses four museums. It was built between 1906 and 1925 to replace the ruins of the old Royal Court of Moldavia, which dated back to 1434. You will learn a lot for having time to check and see the different museums in the Palace of Culture.
This station best suits for drivers and travelers who love joy ride. The scenic pathway is one of the highest roads in the country while some of the locals say that this the King’s Road or Devil’s Pathway. Imagine how long it is as the road travels between Novaci and Sebes, running through four counties. You will be satisfied through a guaranteed remarkable view of the mountain.
5.The Red Ravine
This breathtaking geological reserve in the southwest of the Secaselor Plateau has the most unusual appearance since erosion causes the sharpness of the mountainside and area’s red quality comes from the formation of gravel, quartz sands, and sandstones. It is like you are on a planet mars plus you live in a house of red rocks.
It was named as the European Capital Culture and will never disappoint you for looking at those Romanian Cultures. If you get into this city, you will notice the ASTRA Museum of Folk Civilisation which is an open-air museum with more than 300 historically designed wooden houses, churches, and workshops. All you will need to do is to appreciate the taste of history and culture of the place.
Perfect for Roman Catholic people, the exterior walls of a handful of monasteries painted in colorful frescoes in the 15th and 16th centuries.