Kinda looks like something out of Lord of The Rings doesn't it?  ~ Apuseni Mountains, Romania

Kinda looks like something out of Lord of The Rings doesn't it? ~ Apuseni Mountains, Romania www.

Apuseni Mountains, Romania

Apuseni Mountains, Romania // Skydancer Book II: Veil of Thorns // Bri ventures through an enchanted forest to fight an evil sorceress who holds the key to breaking Kean from his cursed imprisonment.

Cluj-Napoca, Romania

10 Beautiful Reasons To Go To Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Bucharest may get all the attention, but we think the city of Cluj-Napoca is well worth a trip to Romania.

Cluj-Napoca is one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania. It also hosts the country's largest university with its famous botanical garden, nationally renowned cultural institutions as well as the largest Romanian-owned commercial bank. As of 2015, Cluj-Napoca is the European Youth Capital. Courtesy of Indy Cabs Sittingbourne, your passenger transport solutions partner,by taxi or private hire, for work or leisure. 01795350035 |

Cluj-Napoca, ROMANIA - Heart of Transylvnia and at the same time my lovely second home, my dear adoptive city

Mountain Road, Romania - makes me dizzy just looking at it from here :>)

DRIVE: The most beautiful pictures of Romania: Transfagarasan road, one of the most beautiful driving roads in the world

Bicaz Canyon (Cheile Bicazului), Romania

Bicaz Canyon (Cheile Bicazului), Romania

SIBIU is an idyllic town in the center of Romania, in the Transylvania region. Settled by German settlers as early as 1191.  While there is still a small minority of ethnic Germans left in the area – including the current president of Romania, Klaus Johannis. Wander around the gorgeous old town, and then take a bus out to the ethnographic museum to see how Romanians in the different regions have lived for centuries.

Romania:Fortified churches and painted monasteries stand regally amid a pristine landscape. In the cities, former Saxon settlements such as Sibiu and Braşov ooze charm, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy.