Holiday destinations

Bucharest, Romania

Bucuresti Once arrived, the tourist has the opportunity to see old buildings, two centuries old, along modern constructions, made from steel and glass. Quiet places can also be found - the famous parks of the city, true tranquility and greenery oasis, as long as night clubs or overcrowded boulevards. All these come along perfectly in a whole, called Bucharest -"the city of one hundred cities".
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Valea Prahovei

Valea Prahovei Valea Prahovei (Valley of Prahova). Located on the path of Prahova river, Valea Prahovei (Valley of Prahova) is a tourist destination regardless the season of the year due to its many places that can be visited but, most of all, due to its astonishing sceneries that can be seen everywhere you look.
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Bucegi Mountains

Bucegi Mountains lay in the Eastern part of the Southern Carpathians, along the entire superior section of valley of Prahova. From its high peaks, one can enjoy the view of towns stretched like real beads on the entire length of the valley: Sinaia, Predeal, Poiana Tapului (He-goat clearing), Azuga and Busteni. From bare rock walls, steeply, with an altitude difference of over 900 m, this mountainside is marked by numerous deep ravines: Izvorul Dorului (Longing Spring), Valea Morarului (Miller's Valley), Urlatoarea Mare (Big Howler), Valea Cerbului (Valley of the Stag), Valea Babei (Old woman's Valley), Valea Alba (White Valley) and Valea Jepilor (Knee pines Valley).
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Ski slopes, Romania

The widest, also the most beautiful ski area is on Valea Prahovei, where one can find the best and the most spectacular ski slopes. This is the place where, each year, tens of thousands of ski lovers come from all around the world. Here there are some ski slopes we would like you to know about:
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Castles on Valea Prahovei

On Valea Prahovei, as almost everywhere in Romania, one can find places and buildings having strong roots in the past. Walls carrying legends, picturesque, history. Here are some castles one must see, once in Romania.
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Monasteries and churches

In Romania, religious life complies with freedom of beliefs principle, which is also confirmed by Romanian Constitution, article 29, along with freedom of speech and mind. The prevalent religion is Orthodoxism, almost 88% of Romanian population declaring themselves as Christian - Orthodox. The Romanian Orthodox Church is almost 2 000 years old. Therefore, most of the Romanian monasteries and churches belong to the Christian - Orthodox Church. Below we show you the most beautiful and impressive places of worship on Valley of Prahova.
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Cazino Sinaia

Sinaia Casino - The impressive construction built up in a record of time, in just one year (1912-1913), nowadays still represents one of the main symbols of Sinaia resort. It is located in the North of "Dimitrie Ghica" park, where once there was the very first building of the resort, the mansion built by prince Dimitrie Ghica. Its main shareholder was baron de Marcay, the same baron having the Monte Carlo casino's shares, so there are rumors that this structure is a model of the French casino.
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Slanic Prahova Salt Mine

Slanic Prahova salt mine - It is well known that this salt mine holds the first position among the European salt mines and, in Romania, it is one of the main touristic attractions on Valley of Prahova. Slanic Prahova town became widely known and visited by many tourists for the sulphurous springs on Slanic slopes, thanks to salty lakes formed inside the old and abandoned salt mines, known for their curative properties, also called baths
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Other points of interest

Valley of Prahova is an endless resource of touristic destinations. Here there are several destinations not to be missed by any tourist.
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Brasov, Romania

Brasov Located only 161 km away from Bucharest, Brasov lays on 167,32 square km and has a population of about 253 000 inhabitants. Situated inside the Carpathian arch, the city's altitude is 625 m. Bordered in South and South-East by Piatra Mare and Postavaru (Tampa) massif, that enters the city as a huge spur , Brasov is a marvelous place that magnetizes each year tourists around the world.
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Poiana Brasov

Right next to Brasov, the mountain resort Poiana Brasov was first mentioned in 1427. The skiers knew the natural slope from Postavarul and Poiana Brasov since 1895. In 1906 here took place the first ski contest. In 1951, Poiana Brasov hosted World University Winter Games. Also at that time was built the very first cable car that connects Poiana and Postavarul, having 2 150 m in length.
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Bran Castle

Bran Castle is well-known as Dracula's Castle. The key element of this name is Dracula, the main character of Bram Stoker's homonymous novel, written at the end of XIXth century, character that is mistaken as being Vlad Tepes - the Wallachian prince. Located just 30 km away from Brasov, an impressive historical and architectural monument built 600 years ago, Bran Castle is the most visited place by the tourists arrived in Brasov.
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Constanta, Romania

Constanta Tourists that arrive here enjoy a shiny sandy beach having 6 km in length. Having a 124.9 square km area, the city offers the party lovers loads of opportunities: bars, restaurants, night clubs, but also entertaining parks, pools, aqua park. The traveler that wants to learn more can visit many museums and monuments, and the water sports lovers feel free here, fully-enjoying the sea waves. They say that no one will ever get bored in Constanta. And they're right!
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Mamaia, Romania

Mamaia is a special place that needs to be seen. Actually, the resort is built on a hill of 8 km in length, having only 300 m width. On one side of the hill shines the foamy Black Sea, on the other shines the lake called Siutghiol (in Turkish: "milky lake"). The beach covers most of this land stripe, being almost 250 m wide, covered by such kind of a sand that rarely can be found anywhere in the world.
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Danube Delta, Romania

Delta Dunarii Danube, the second biggest river in Europe, also called the Amazon of Europe, springs from Black Forest mountains in Germany and, after it crosses ten countries, floods into Black Sea through a beautiful delta - Danube Delta, perhaps the only place in the world where one can see how the heaven looks like.
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Holiday destinations - quick tour