10 Places in Romania That Look Like They’ve Been Taken Out Of Fairy Tales

My dear Lazy Penguins, after getting to know two beautiful Balkan countries (Albania, Greece) we decided to go for a third one – Romania! Located in Southeastern-Central Europe, Romania has always been associated with the legend of Dracula, the country is encircled by Carpathian Mountains ( famous for trekking, climbing and natural thermal spas).

Romania remains hidden in the tourist itineraries and can be defined as the great unknown country of the European Union (a hidden gem like the Lazy Penguins). This post is going to prove you that the country is not only known for the castle &and myth of Dracula while dragging  your mind away in splendid and fairytale destinations.

1. Hoteni, Maramures.

Hoteni , Maramures

Hoteni , Maramures

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2. Izvorul Bigăr (Bigar Waterfall), Anina Mountains.

Bigăr Waterfall

Bigăr Waterfall

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3. Atlantis of Szekely Land.

Atlantis of Szekely Land

Atlantis of Szekely Land

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4. Bran Castle, Transylvania.

Bran Castle, Transylvania

Bran Castle, Transylvania

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5. Brasov.

Brasov

Brasov

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6. Biertan Fortified Church.

Biertan fortified church

Biertan fortified church

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7. Landscape near Cluj.

Landscape near Cluj

Landscape near Cluj

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8. Statue of Decebalus

Rock sculpture of Decebalus

Rock sculpture of Decebalus

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9. Rupea castle, Brasov.

Rupea castle, Brasov

Rupea castle, Brasov

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10. Mraconia church, Dunarea, Orsova.

Mraconia church, Dunarea, Orsova

Mraconia church, Dunarea, Orsova

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