The Carpathian Mountains: The Wildest Side of Europe
Explore Romania's wild Carpathian Mountains, home to Europe's last virgin forests and the largest big carnivores populations of the continent.
Beyond the gates of the underworld - exit from Scarisoara Cave, Romania
Scărișoara Cave (Romanian: Peştera Scărişoara), is one of the biggest ice caves in the Apuseni Mountains of Romania, in a part of Carpathian chain. It is considered one of the natural wonders of Romania.
Fortified Saxon Church courtyard - Biertan, Romania.. More than 150 villages from the 13th to 16th centuries count various types of fortified churches, seven of them being included in the UNESCO World Heritage under the name of Villages with fortified churches in Transylvania. www.romaniasfriends.com/ Tours/Saxon treasures of Transylvania