Welcome To Transylvania, Romania, European Union



Did you know that Prince Charles is probably the most important unofficial ambassador of Transylvania? His Royal Highness visits Transylvania frequently and owns several houses in the beautiful Transylvanian countryside

Biertan fortified church

Biertan fortified church




Did you know that Transylvania was named the #1 most interesting region in the world to visit in 2016 by the leading travel guides Lonely Planet?


Traditional Areas

Transylvania is a diverse and complex land, rich in history and culture. Discover the ethnogeographical areas, lands of well preserved traditional lifestyle, natural attractions and historic monuments.


Natural parks

Some of the greatest natural parks in Europe are located in Transylvania or right across the Carpathian Mountains, the mountain range that separates Transylvania from the other traditional regions of Romania. Here are some of the greatest natural parks to visit in Transylvania


Medieval Towns

Transylvania is home to the seven fortified towns built by the Saxons in the Middle Ages, when they settled in the area. Cities like Sibiu and Sighisoara are among the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, while the larger Cluj and Brasov offer many touristic attractions of their own.


Wooden Churches of Maramures

Maramures is truly a 'wood civilization' and nowhere is that more visible than in its wooden churches. Piercing the sky with their tall, pointy steeples, these monuments are the expression of a community that lives in harmony with nature.


The Fortified Churches

Some of the most striking and valuable treasures of Romania are owed to the German populace that settled in Transylvania starting with the 13th century, known as Saxons, or “sasi” in Romanian.
Probably the best known elements of Saxon heritage are all the fortified churches in Romania, some of which were inducted in the UNESCO World Heritage for their great cultural and historical value. 


Cathedrals and Churches

Through their great historic, cultural, and spiritual value, Romanian cathedrals and churches are some of the country’s most treasured monuments. Here’s a list of some of the finest ones from Transylvania



If you're a fan of music, film and theatre, you should probably know that Transylvania hosts some of the greatest international festivals in Eastern Europe, so you might want to check out the dates before booking your flights. Here are the most important festivals


Places to visit around Cluj

Cluj is the most important city in Transylvania. Unless you fly to the Romanian capital Bucharest and then travel north to Transylvania, most probably you will land in Cluj. Here are 7 fabulous destinations located less than 100 km from Cluj


More destinations coming soon

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