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ABOUT ROMANIA

Painted in the southern part by the Danube river, in the centre by the gorgeous Carpathian Mountains, and in the east by the Black Sea whose shores it shares with Turkey, Bulgaria and Ukraine, Romania is a country in South Eastern and Central Europe with a rich landscape and a cultural heritage dating back hundreds of years.
With its capital in Bucharest, an area of 238,397 km2 and a population not exceeding 20 million inhabitants, Romania, this Carpathian-Danubian-Pontic space hides historic, architectural and natural treasures, traditions of thousands of years and legends that Korean Seoul Tour Travel Agency will help you discover.
• Did you know that, like in South Korea, the Romanian people retains respect, love, and dedication to family, traditions and gastronomy as core values. So, it is no surprise that Romanians are great fans of Korean drama movies broadcasted on many Romanian televisions.
• Did you know that, according to the Speedtest Global Index, Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong, Iceland and Romania are the top five when talking about the speed of internet traffic?
• Did you know that Nadia Comăneci, the first gymnast in the world who received a perfect 10 at an Olympic gymnastics contest, is Romanian? Also, Romania is home to the famous tennis player Simona Halep, number one in the world according to ATP rankings 2018 and winner of the Rolland Garros grand slam tournament in 2018.

The main attractions for millions of foreign tourists that will amaze you too are the Bran Castle, associated with the famous vampire count from Bram Stocker’s book), the painted monasteries in northern Moldavia, the wooden churches in Transylvania, the Merry Cemetery of Săpânța. Romania also offers natural tourist attractions such as the Danube Delta, Iron Gates, Scărişoara Cave and other caves from the Apuseni Mountains.

In an article titled “Is Romania the Most Beautiful Country of Europe? It could really be”, famous blogger Patti Morrow praised some of these treasures: “markets in enchanting cities dating back to medieval times, hills with gentle slopes stretching as far as you can see, castles covered in Count Dracula’s mystery, magnificent views of the rocky peaks of the mountains and a network of fortresses and churches that seems infinite”.

  • Did you know that the famous BBC presenter and creator, Jeremy Clarkson, declared a road in Romania as “the most beautiful in the world”? Transfăgărășan was tested in 2009 by the Top Gear team with three luxury cars: A Aston Martin DBS V12 Volante, a Ferrari California and a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder.

One aspect that you need to keep in mind if you come to Romania is the temperate-continental climate with four seasons. Winter is a cold in Romania, the cold air from the East bringing temperatures of -20° Celsius or even below, and in summer the temperatures exceed 30° Celsius. Note that annual average temperatures fluctuate between 22° C and 24° C during summer and between -3° C and -5° C during winter.

  • Did you know that one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world is in Romania? The Bigăr Waterfall is ranked number 1 in the world by uniqueness according to a classification created by The World Geography. During the summer, the cascade water course creates a stunning view, but in winter, the ice forms the so-called Crystal Palace.

The Romanian cuisine includes many festive dishes arranged according to the season and the celebrated feast. Romanian dishes are made up of vegetables, cereals, vegetable oils, milk, dairy products, and meat and meat products, but a special place is reserved for sweets, pies and jams. You have to try stuffed cabbage rolls with polenta, soups, beans with smoked meat, “mititeii” – the traditional burger of Romanians. And besides all the dishes, the wine, beer, or brandy are never missing from the table of Romanians.

Romanians also know how to appreciate international cuisine. Thus, most major cities have restaurants, lounge bars, terraces, bistros, cafes, and tea rooms, with Asian (Chinese, Korean, Thai, Indian, Japanese) European, American, Ottoman, Mexican and other cuisines.

So, whether you want to indulge in native goodies, or you want to enjoy a more familiar menu you have where to choose from. And what can be more relaxing after a day of sightseeing than relaxing with the delights of home in a place created after a 100% Korean concept, like the Seoul Restaurant right in the capital city of Bucharest?!

You have every reason to make Romania the next holiday destination. You just have to call Korean Seoul Tour.