Romania is situated in the north of the Balkan Peninsula on the western shores of the Black Sea. It enjoys great natural beauty and diversity and a rich cultural heritage. Romania enchants visitors with its scenic mountain landscapes and unspoiled countryside areas, and also with its historic cities and its busy capital. Over the last decade Romania had undergone a significant development and it is one of the recent members of the European Union.
Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania with over 2 million inhabitants. The earliest known reference to Bucharest comes from 1459, when it was known as the Citadel of Bucuresti and became the residence of the Wallachian prince Vlad III the Impaler. Bucharest offers museums, churches, nature parks and concerts. Make sure to give Europa Coaches Dubrovnik a call and we will make your trip unforgettable.
Brasov is one of the most beautiful cities in Romania. It is located in the southern central part of the country. It has a well preserved city center, which you can enjoy by taking the cable car up Tampa Hill. While in the city itself, the Black and St. Nicolas Churches deserve a visit, as does the Orthodox Church. Contact Europa Coaches Dubrovnik and let us take you on a wonderful and exciting tour.
In Sighisoara, all sites can be seen in a few hours, but the atmosphere may lead you to stay longer. The main entrance to the old town is through a gate under a large clock tower with revolving figures from the Saxon mythology. A wonderful view of the town can be seen from the top of the tower. The house where the infamous “Dracula” was born and lived until he was 5 is situated in the main square. A medieval German church with a painted wooden altar and Lutheran graveyard stand on hill to the south west of the central square. If you would like to visit the birthplace of Dracula, call Europa Coaches Dubrovnik and we will arrange a tour.
Known in German as Hermannstadt, Sibiu has always been the center of Romania’s German minority since the medieval times. Even today, it contains Romania’s largest German community, and due to initiatives by the local government, the Germanic feel of the area has been preserved. Sibiu’s main attraction is probably the Old Medieval Town. Most of the buildings in the Old Town were built by German settlers and merchants who came to Sibiu in the late middle ages. The Old Town is divided into two parts: The Upper town, which contain most of the city’s historic sight and the Lower town, which is home to many charming building. Call the Europa Coaches Dubrovnik team and take a tour in one of our comfortable buses.
Timisoara is a University City and an industrial center of western Romania. It is often described as the most cosmopolitan city in Romania. Europa Coaches Dubrovnik will organize a daily excursion or a trip for you. Opera square is the place you want to visit upon arrival. It is a symbol of Romanian revolution. Here you can find the Orthodox Cathedral, the Opera House, the City Hall and the beautiful palaces built at the end of the 19th century.