In the northwestern part of Romania, the city of Cluj-Napoca, the center of the county of Cluj, was located. During the period of the Roman invasions, it was occupied by a camp of the noncombatants called Nápka, which later became a settlement and then a city. Located at the very heart of the town, it … Read more



In the west of Romania lies the city of Timisoara, the capital of Timisoara, the historical center of the Banat region. Its citizens are of different nationalities, including Serbians, Germans, Croatians, Romanians, Ukrainians, and Bulgarians. Their culture, life, and traditions are informative and fascinating to tourists. A well-developed transportation network makes it easy to get … Read more



On the Black Sea coast of Romania lies the city of Constanta, a major port of the country. It is located in the same area and is the administrative center of the country. At present Constantine, some 500 years ago, the Greek colonists founded the trading village of Thoma, which was home to many different … Read more



The Romanian city of Poloješťanyi was founded in the sixteenth century under King Michael Hrabar. Legend has it that there were seven houses in which refugees from the Ploiesti Forests lived when the village was founded. Mykhai Khrapary came there and established a fortified camp, where he gathered his troops in preparation for the war … Read more



Bucharest – the capital of Romania. With a population of over two million people, Bucharest is the most populous city in Southeastern Europe. Like Rome, Bucharest was founded on seven hills: Májá Vodya, Pedro Vodya, Patriarchy, St. Peters, Côtroceni, St. Peters, St. Josephs, and St. Georges. Georgia, and Výkýrešťany. Apart from the inaccessible river and … Read more



Brašov – one of the largest cities in Romania, located almost in the geographical center of the country. It is located in the northernmost part of the Southern Mountains, in the historical area known as the Barra Birszei. It was founded as Craninostadt, and is referred to in historical documents as Brasso, Brasco, Stefanonopolis, and … Read more



The Cossack city of Cossacks was founded in the area of the Bachlue River, on the site of the most important trade routes. It is first mentioned in the Chronicles in 1408, although it appears to have been founded earlier. Despite its small size, it will become an important political and economic city. In roughly … Read more



Overall Score 3.1 Air quality: 10 US AQI OK Tap water: No, not drinkable Religious government: Non-religious Population: 390,000 people GDP: $9,439 / year Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 51 Mbps Best wireless: Orange Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping is the norm. Romanian waiters are paid very low, as the … Read more



The city of Krajowa, the center of the Djugol River, in the central part of the Lowland region, has sprung up on the Djugol River bank. It is 68 kilometers from the coast of the Danube River. Capital Bucharest and Krajowa are separated by 227 kilometers of road. The city has a developed infrastructure and … Read more