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Romania is located far in the east of Europe and has been spared from mass tourism to this day.

Discover the myths of Romania, visit the Transylvanian castles and historical buildings of the country and then relax in the nature reserves of the country. Immerse yourself in the Romanian culture and experience the everyday life of the locals through different  Community tourism activities.

Your individual trip, put together according to your wishes, is waiting for you!

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Transylvania is located in the center of the country, surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. Picturesque villages and untouched forests shape the image of the region. Without the well-known “Dracula” myth by Bram Stoker about the prince of Wallachia in the 15th century, Transylvania would hardly be known to this day. And the area has a lot more to offer.

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Visit the hiking paradise of the Carpathians, the famous Romanian bear reserve or the Danube Delta in the east of the country with its breathtaking nature reserves. Nature lovers get their money's worth on a boat tour thanks to the extremely rich flora and fauna.

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Community tourism

Commuity Tourism

A trip with Bricks Travels takes you far away from the large hotel complexes to the small villages of the country. Experience the part of Romania that is still characterized by traditional handicrafts and where horse-drawn carriages still determine the everyday life of many Romanians.

Where is Romania located?

Romania belongs to Eastern Europe and borders the Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary. The official language is Romanian.

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