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Romania Travel Guide, Tourist, Book, Tour, Hotel, Restaurant
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4th Edition. Lonely Planet Publications. Lonely Planet's latest guide to Romania and Moldova takes you beyond the Dracula jokes of Transylvania and into the gritty heart of Bucharest, the snow of the Carpathian Mountains, the sand of the Black Sea Coast and the pop art of Southern Bucovina's monasteries. The only guidebook to include coverage of Transdniestr and Gagauzia. Written by expert authors including long-time Romanian residents. Fully updated info on countrywide rail ticketing, Moldovan wineries and Transylvanian castles. Accommodation listings include recommended farmhouse B&Bs for that taste of village life.
5th Edition. Rough Guide edition. 416 pages. The updated fifth edition of the Rough Guide to Romania is the definitive guidebook to one of Europe's most extraordinary nations. A brand-new full-colour section introduces the author's highlights 'the things not to miss' of the country. There are detailed accounts of all the attractions, from the Danube Delta to the bustling capital of Bucharest and the gothic castles of Dracula's Transylvania. The guide reviews the best places to eat, sleep and drink, for every budget. There are practical tips on everything from tracking wolves in the Carpathian Mountains to making the most of the country's many vibrant folk festivals. In the contexts section the authors delve deep into Romania's history, culture and wildlife. This new edition boasts a bigger section on Bucharest and more detailed hiking information throughout the country.
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Item Code : BRAD16355
1st Edition. Bradt Publications. 304 pages. Transylvania is a wild, wooded, intensely romantic region, filled with mountains, gorges and valleys, myths and legends, dragons, bears, wolves and vampires. This guide covers a whole range of attractions and gives full details of practicalities - accommodation, eating out and transport. Discover old Saxon merchants' towns such as Brasov, Sibiu, Cluj, Medias and Sebes; impressive citadels like Sighisoara, Bran and Hunedoara and the truth behind the Dracula myth. The villages of the historic Szekely region have been untouched for centuries, and there are many Dacian and Roman ruins to explore. • A comprehensive guide covering travel practicalities as well as the history and culture of this region famed as the root of the Dracula legend • Special features on skiing, hiking, caving, horseriding, and wine tasting • Transylvania’s art and architectural heritage, from restored buildings to historic castles, medieval towns to painted churches and preserved folk villages.