Transylvania. Where is located on map of Romania, photos, main attractions, photos and description

Transylvania is a historical region in the central and northwestern part of Romania. The region attracts tourists with a rich history, a variety of cultures and peoples and an atypical mentality. On this mysterious land there are many famous medieval churches and castles and no less interesting villages with fasteners.

The value of transylvania in the modern world

In the antique era, the territory of the transylvania was the center of the state of Dakov (Dakia). Already then (in the second century BC), the Romans, whose empire bordered with Dakia in the northeast, called this territory for the lane of deciduous trees, "Tom Silvana" sounded in Latin.

Later, the entire upland inside the Carpathians began to be called that. It is believed that modern Romanians are descendants of the Dacians.

Since the XII century, the region was part of the Kingdom of Hungary, and in the XVI century (already becoming a principality) Transylvania was captured by the Ottoman Empire. During the XVII-XIX centuries, the region passed either to Hungary or to Austria, until in 1920 it was transferred to Romania.

Today, Transylvania is the heart of Romania, occupying an elevated plain (the Transylvanian Plateau), along which the tributaries of the Danube flow.

Transylvania borders on:

  • Ukraine - in the north;
  • Hungary - in the northwest;
  • Serbia - in the southwest.

The area of ​​the country is 100230 sq. km. Transylvania receives its main income from developed agriculture, winemaking, mining, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and tourism. Historically, the core of Transylvania included 9 counties (districts). However, since 1919 the region has included 16 counties.

A Romanian visa is required to visit Transylvania

A Romanian visa is required to visit the country, visiting the area with a Schengen visa is acceptable. At the same time, it is impossible to enter the Schengen country with a Romanian visa. There are several ways to get from the Russian capital to Transylvania.

Options and their features are shown in the table:

Mode of transport Route Travel time Features Cost
AirplaneMoscow (Sheremetyevo) - Bucharest - Cluj-Napoca (Transylvania)From 5 to 23 hours - depending on the waiting time for transfers.Alternative - 1 change in Warsaw.From 12 to 14 thousand rubles.
AirplaneMoscow (Domodedovo) - Warsaw - Cluj-NapocaFrom 5 hoursAlternative - flight via Frankfurt -on-Main (from 38 thousand)From 14 thousand rubles.
PlaneMoscow (Vnukovo) - Istanbul - Cluj-Napoca.6–17 hoursWith two transfers in Istanbul and Bucharest, the flight will cost from 18,000 fish.From. 12 thousand rubles
AircraftSt. Petersburg (Pulkovo) - Paris - Bucharest - Cluj-Napoca26-28 hoursYes options with one transfer, in Munich - twice as expensiveFrom 19 thousand rubles.
Bus/taxiThe way from the airport to the center of Cluj-Napoca

Bus number 8 or trolleybus number 5 or taxi.

30 min.From the airport it is more convenient to go by bus No. 8, and inverse Trolleybus No. 5.

Movement interval - up to 15 minutes, from 5 am to 10 pm

to 375 in rubles (taxi)
AirplaneMoscow (Sheremetyevo) - Sibiu (one or two transplants)from 18 to 34 h.The budget flights are not so much (Sibiu - a small airport)from 11 up to 25 thousand rubles.
The trainMoscow - Chisinau - Bucharest Transylvaniafrom 2 daysrequires a transplant to an international or Romanian train. From St. Petersburg route is similarThe cost is comparable to inexpensive air tickets
BusMoscow - Chisinau Brasov (Cluj-Napoca) or

Moscow - Brest (Minsk) - Cluj-Napoca

about 40 hours.An alternative to transplant in Belarus - passage through Ukraineabout 6-8 thousand rubles..
CarMoscow - Brest - Lublin - Trebirov - Hungarian border - Cluj-Napoca23 h. In the way Plus HolidaysFor traveling along Slovak, Hungarian and Romanian paid roads, you need a vignette, which is ordered through the site or buy at the first gas station after entering the countrythe cost of fuel is about 6 thousand rubles. Plus fee for the hotel from 2 thousand rubles.

The most favorable options are a plane and a car, the road on the train is long and expensive. Flight options are many, worth from 20 to 80 thousand rubles, including with self-docking (for which the airline does not respond). There are no direct flights from Russian capitals to Transylvania.

Distinctive features

Thanks to the Roman "Dracula" of transylvania causes associations with vampires, however, the region is also famous for picturesque nature and baroque architecture. Transylvania is located in Romania, but its unique location, rich history and the multinational population allocate the area against the background of other territory of the country.


Transylvania surrounds the chains of the Carpathian mountains whose branches are spreading inside the region. This, coupled with a high location of the plateau above sea level, causes the severity of the local, moderate continental climate.

The winter here is long, from the middle of the autumn in April, the snow lies from December to March (in the mountains - until April). The average low temperature on January is -7 degrees. Spring is warm and short, May is rich in the rain. Summer is soft, lasts from June to August, the average high temperature in July - +24 degrees. In the fall, the temperature decreases to +10 degrees, and the rains are small.

The best time for the journey is considered to be the beginning of May, when the snow has already saved, the height of summer (July-August) end of summer and golden autumn - September-beginning of October.

Nature Features

Transylvania is located on the territory of the Danube River Basin, there are many rivers - Mures, Keresh, Golden Bystrica. Much here and small lakes with great depths (they are called "the eyes of the sea"), as well as mineral springs. In the territory of the region, the only volcanic lake in Romania is located, named after St. Anne.

Capat chains, stretched from the borders inside the country, as if cut by narrow and short loaves. In the center there is a mezesheg - a flat area with fertile soils.

Three Transylvanian zones:

      • mixed forests (pines, beats, oaks, spruce) - up to 1 thousand m;
      • Coniferous forests - from 1 thousand to 2 thousand m;
      • Alpine meadows - from 2 thousand m.

      of forests occupy 40% of the territory. 2500 species of plants grows in the country, 70 of them can be seen here. In mountainous areas, you can still find wild wolves and bears - it makes transylvania a popular place to hunt.

      National dishes

      Local cuisine reflects the motley of the ethnic composition of transylvania - there are dishes of Hungarian, Turkish, Greek origin. Noticeably in the local kitchen Italian, German and Bulgarian influence.

      Among the culinary "attractions" of Transylvania:

      • Sarmal (from the tour. "Twist") - Reminds the cabbage: meat with rice And spices wrap in cabbage or grape leaves.
      • Mitity (from room. "Mich" - small) - small, fried on the grid of sausages without a shell of chopped beef or lamb with spices;
      • Chorba - Romanian version of sour dense soup from beans, vegetables and meat with an indispensable addition of wheat kvass ("Barsha");
      • Paropaš de Vitel - meat with pepper and flour dumplings;
      • Salad de Ires - a type of Greek appetizer from cod cod, lemon juice, garlic and olive oil;
      • Musaka - a dish of Greek origin from eggplants, with the addition of zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms;
      • Stuffed peppers, zucchini, eggplant, kolrabi;
      • Mamalyga - a thick cornpap, to which sour cream or cheese is often served. Mamalyga can be a side disk or replace bread to soup;
      • Cheese with polenta (crushed corn grains);
      • Goulash (Khwech) - Goulash, meat stew with vegetables, cooked in the pigetes (pots);
      • Yachni - stew from vegetables;
      • Kürotshkolch - tubes from the dough, sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon;
      • Kadaif - dessert of Turkish origin, cakes made of thin threads of the dough, filled with fruit syrup;
      • Papanashi - cottage cheese donuts with sweet berry or sour cream sauce.

      The population

      population is 6,789,250 people. The film of ethnic composition is due to the complex and rich history of Transylvania.

      After World War II, the national map of the region began to look homogeneous:

      • Romanians - 75% (West and South);
      • Hungarians - 20% (Northeast);
      • Germans - 1%;
      • Ukrainians, Jews, Serbs, Armenians, Gypsies - 5%.

      Official language - Romanian, also in the move of Hungarian and German. Modern transylvania is a vivid example of a friendly multinational region. South and South-East is under the influence of Saxon culture, Northeast - Hungarian, North - "Slavic" region, south-west attributed to any national culture difficult.

      The local population, especially in rural areas, belongs to guests exclusively hospitably.

      The translation currency

      is located in Romania, which is not part of the European Union, so in the course of the national currency - Romanian lei (RON). Plastic currencies, 1 more - 100 baths (kopecks analog). You can take a map with you (to avoid declaration of the amount of more than 1000 euros) and a little euro in cash.

      You can pay to the euro (also concerns international maps):

      • in the hotel;
      • for gasoline;
      • in the restaurant.

      Cash Lei will be needed:

      • when traveling to the countryside;
      • in small stores;
      • when paying a taxi;
      • in family hotels.

      A small amount (for example, on a taxi) can be exchanged in exchanger at the airport, however, the exchange rate is higher. A large amount is more profitable to change in urban banking tickets.

      When exchanging, take into account:

      • Private exchangers are more profitable than banks;
      • In the weekend, most of the exchangers are closed;
      • For a monetary operation, you need to have a passport.

      It is also permissible to purchase Romanian lei on the road - for example, in Chisinau.

      To export Romanian money from the country is not permitted.


      The main type of transport (inside and between cities) is a bus. In major cities (Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, Brasov, Constanta) additionally there are trolleybus and tram networks. For people with driving skills there are car rental services.


      The cities run from 5:30 to 23.00 on weekdays and from 6:00 to 22.00 on weekends.

      Tickets for buses, trolley buses and trams are the same, the difference will be only in the number of trips:

      • 1 trip - 0.44 euros (during the day) and 0.66 euros (at night) - acquired in the machine;
      • 2 trips - 0.88 euros - you can buy in the kiosk;
      • Direct for half an hour (0.44 euros) or an hour (0.66 euros) (regardless of the number of transfers) - you can buy in the kiosk by placing an electronic card for 0.66 euros. Some cities have travel, reminiscent of Russian transport cards;
      • Direct for a day (about 3 euros) or 3 days (5 euros) - also available in a kiosk with a map design.

      After planting, paper tickets are composed, and electronic - apply. The price in suburban buses (differ in the presence of the letter "M" in marking) depends on the path length and ranges from 0.66 to 1.5 euros per trip. There are companies (Mementobus), offering cheap trips not from the central regions of the city.


      The trolleybus network is less developed in comparison with the bus (there is a tendency to refuse this type of transport).Opening hours and the cost of the trip are similar to the bus.


      in large cities of tram lines a bit, they connect remote areas of the city through the center. Opening hours and cost are similar to other types of transport. Tram lines features a modern rolling stock.


      Transylvanian taxi available at a price, you can find the car in the parking lot or call on the phone. A trip to the city will cost 20-25 lei during the day and third more expensive - at night.

      Choosing a taxi, attention should be paid to:

      • The name of the carrier company on the door - should be written from the official taxis. A private taxi trip with the inscription "TAXI", unnamed, or the label "P" and "roof" may be expensive, and sometimes - unsafe;
      • The cost per 1 km may be indicated directly on the door of the car. In any case, the price is better to clarify before the trip;
      • Availability of a working counter - only private taxis works without it.

      among tested travelers - "Novataxi" and "Prarapid".

      Bicycle rental

      In major cities, as well as in hotels and resorts, you can rent a bicycle. For this, stations are provided that operate from 6 am to midnight.

      Rent is free if:

      • register in the system via the Internet;
      • ride less than 1 hour;
      • return the bike to its place for 10 minutes - then you can ride again for free for an hour and so on ad infinitum.

      The need to register makes the service not very convenient, free rental has an alternative - companies offering bikes with a daily fee (about 8 euros per day). An example is "Down Town Rent a Bike".

      Car rental

      In Romania, this is a convenient and profitable service for tourists.

      Among the many companies offering car rentals are:

      • international companies with offices at airports (Sixt, Europcar);
      • local firms, whose services are more accessible (Raul Tourism). When renting for a long period, you can count on a discount;
      • companies where you can rent a car in one city and return it in another (Hermin, Autonom).

      Parking in the city center will cost about 0.5 euros, outside the center - about 0.25 euros. Payment using a parking meter.

      What to see

      The sights of Transylvania are no less diverse and colorful than the national composition of the region. Here you will find palaces and castles, medieval fortresses, Gothic temples. The local land carefully preserves the traces of the Middle Ages and the ancient world.

      Dracula's Castle (Bran)

      Located near the city of the same name (Bran), you can get to it from Brasov by bus (journey time about an hour) to the Castelul Bran stop and walk 300 m on foot. If the starting point is Cluj-Napoca, it will take another 5 hours to get to Brasov.

      The castle on a sheer cliff is an example of medieval architecture of the late 14th century. A complex labyrinth of stairs and passages connects 57 interior spaces. The interiors have been partially restored; since 1957, the Museum of the History of the Middle Ages has been operating in the castle.

      Here you can see:

      • antique furniture;
      • armor and weapons of the Middle Ages;
      • King Ferdinand's apartments and Queen Mary's salon;
      • a room with instruments of medieval torture;
      • the legendary well, which is the entrance to the dungeons of the castle.

      Bran was not actually the residence of the prototype character in Dracula. Vlad III Tepes, Prince of Wallachia only stayed here or (according to another version) was in captivity for several months. The real fortress of Dracula, where the prince lived for a long time - this is a poenar (now practically ruins).

      However, it was Bran who became a decoration for the film Coppola "Dracula".

      To visit the castle Available:

      • from April to September - Tuesday-Sunday: 9: 00-18.00, Monday - 12.00-18.00;
      • From October to March - Tuesday-Sunday: 9: 00-16: 00, Monday - 12.00-16.00.

      Ticket price: From 10 to 14 RON. Permission for shooting - 20 RON.

      The temples of St. Bartholomew and Nicholas

      These churches are located in Brasov, outside the central district. The appearance of the Church of St. Bartholomew is characteristic of Lutheran churches - a simple white temple with a red roof and clock tower. The building perfectly complements the appearance of Romanian Salzburg, as Brasov is called.

      Church of St. Bartholomew was built in 1260. German colonists founded the city, starting from the construction of the temple in honor of the patron saint of trade and construction. Today is the most old city building. St. Nicholas's Church is the oldest Orthodox Temple of Brushov, located in the Romanian Quarter, on Square to Unich, 1 (historic center of the city).

      The appearance of the church of the XV century does not cause associations with Orthodoxy - the architectural solution combines the elements of gothic, baroque and the Byzantine style. In the XVIII century, the building was rebuilt and expanded, largely due to the Russian imperial family name. The temple museum you can see gifts made by Elizabeth Petrovna and Catherine II.

      The interior decorates many untouched frescoes. For many years, the church was the center of Romanian Orthodoxy, Enlightenment and Topics - there is a unique library, and the Museum of the First Romanian School is located nearby.

      Today is a valid church, which can be visited for free, from 12 to 18 hours. Photographing inside is prohibited.

      Catherine's gates

      You can see this building of the XVI century in Brasov, on the Pros-those Ludwig van Beethoven, not far from the monastery of St. Catherine (hence the name). The 3-storey gate is decorated with a crown of 4 angular turrets, and over the central entrance is depicted urban coat of arms. The tower is a museum.

      The modern appearance of the gate is significantly different from the medieval defensive building - the gate was repeatedly damaged during fires and earthquakes. In the XIII-XVII centuries, Romanians who lived in the area of ​​Shea did not allow to own property within the urban fortress. They were allowed to enter the city only through the Gate of Catherine at a certain time.

      Black Church

      One of the main attractions of Romania and the largest gothic construction in the country on Johannes Honteruus Square in the center of Brasov. St. Mary's Lutheran Church was erected in the XIV century in the style of Late German Gothic (most of the architects and builders were from Germany). The church is decorated with a 65-meter bell tower with the largest bell in the country.

      In 1689, the church was badly damaged during the fire, all the walls from the inside and the facade were covered with black smoking - hence the second name of the Church. In the course of the restoration work of the XVIII-XX centuries, the church acquired the baroque traits and the Renaissance.

      Today, the Black Church is:

      • Museum (including the carpet collection);
      • a place for conducting organ concerts (2 authorities have been preserved here);
      • The current Lutheran temple for the German community (worship services).

      You can get to the church on foot or buses No. 50, 51.52.


      • From April to October 13 - Tuesday-Saturday: 10-19 hours, Sunday: 12-15 hours.
      • From October 14 to March - Tuesday-Saturday: 10-15, Sunday: 12-15 hours

      Ticket costs - from 2 to 10 Ron.

      City Hall

      One of the most popular sights of Brasov, located on the Square of the City Council (D.30), in the city center. Baroque Town Hall was built in the XV century, but after she experienced a fire from a lightning strike, earthquake and a hurricane. In the present form, the construction has existed since 1689.

      Not only the building is impressive, but also the area surrounding it with old houses (there are many cafes, restaurants and hotels). An hourly (high) tower is attached to the town hall. The Town Hall is located near the Black Church, from remote areas of the city, you can reach the bus 50, 51, 52.

      A great view of the town hall is opened from the Tympa's suburban hill where you can climb on the funicular.

      Historical Museum

      The main branch of the District Historical Museum of Brasov is located in the Town Hall Building, the second branch is occupied by the Bastion of Tables at the foot of the Tympa Mountain. The exposition in the town hall is devoted to the Saxon period of Transylvania, here you can see many archaeological finds.

      Table bastion is one of the preserved facilities of the former fortress wall of the city. The most interesting exhibit inside the bastion is the mockup of Brasov late XVII century.

      In addition, here you can see ancient samples:

      • weaving equipment;
      • weapons;
      • documents, letters, photographs.

      Town Hall opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 9.00-17.00, entrance to the Bastion is open from 10.00 to 18.00. Ticket price: from 1.5 to 7 RON, photography - 20 RON.

      Rasnov Fortress

      The fortress is located 15 km from Brasov, halfway to Bran Castle, on a hill near the town of the same name. There are about 30 houses inside the fortress wall. Walls 5 m high are crowned with watchtowers, there are bastions and drawbridges across the moats. The observation deck offers a view of Ryshnov.

      The deepest (62 m) well in Romania is located on the territory of the fortress. According to legend, it was dug out for 17 years by Turkish captives, who were later killed. It is more expedient to visit the church on the way back after Bran Castle, or use the same bus from Brasov (the journey will take no more than half an hour).

      Opening hours:

      • April-October: 9.00-19.00;
      • November-March: 9.00-17.00

      Tickets: 6-15 RON.

      Peles Castle

      Located in the city of Sinaia, which can be reached by bus from Brasov (60 km). Peles is a Romanian royal residence built at the end of the 19th century. The architecture of the building contains features of baroque, renaissance, rococo. The park ensemble is decorated with fountains, lions, statues, in particular, the figures of King Carol I and his wife, Queen Elizabeth, busy with embroidery.

      The palace-museum has 160 rooms and 30 bathrooms with luxurious interiors - here you can see:

      • porcelain;
      • painting and sculpture;
      • carpets and tapestries;
      • gold and silver items;
      • carved ivory ornaments;
      • arms and armor;
      • concept rooms - Moorish, Florentine, Oriental and Turkish;
      • Eastern and European weapons - more than 4 thousand exhibits;
      • the king's library - about 800 rare books.

      The castle is open to visitors all year round except November. Opening hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 10.00-16.00. The cost of visiting, depending on the volume of the tour - from 30 to 70 RON, photography - 35 RON, video - 50 RON. Visiting only in groups.

      Corvinus Castle

      An example of 14th-century Transylvanian Gothic with towers and narrow windows, built by the King of Hungary and later given to the Hunyadi family.

      The popularity of the "Castle of the Voronov" The tourists explain:

      • the uniqueness of architectural style;
      • The beauty of the interiors (the hall for peats, weapons, bastions);
      • unique in the size of the bridge through the fortification;
      • The presence of a unique torture chamber with "human" dilation.

      The castle enters any "Dracula-Tour" - according to the legend, the Hunyadi family held 7 years old to the chain in the basements of the castle after its overthrow. You can only get to the castle from Bucharest by train to Budapest, going to Virgo Station. Then you need to take a bus to Hunedoara. In the city, the castle can be reached in city bus or walk.

      Schedule: Tuesday-Sunday, from 9 to 18 hours. Cost - 30 RON, photography - 5 RON, video recording - 15 RON.

      Bikaz Gorge

      is located 186 km from Brasov, cheaper to reach a rented car (about 20 euros per gasoline). More expensive option - bus plus taxi.

      This is the deepest and long gorge of Romania through which the Bikaz mountain river flows. The course of the river was pushing the rocks of thousands of years, forming a canyon with a height of 300 m. Along the banks of the river, one of the dizzying routes of the country was located.

      This place is popular with:

      • climbers;
      • Researchers caves;
      • Eco-tourists - the gorge is located in the National Park.

      The Red Lake

      is located at the bottom of the bicaz gorge. The lake appeared about 200 years, as a result of falling into the mountain river, the fragment of the killer cliffs. The name of the lake is obliged to reflect in its waters of the burgundy slope of the mountain and sandy priests. The fantasy landscape of the lake complements bare pines on the mountain slopes of the gorge.

      It is better to visit the lake - autumn, when you can not only swim in the boat, but also admire the autumn fiery paints.

      Arkhangelsk Church in a fucker

      The only Greek Catholic Wooden Church of the Maramures region in the north of Transylvania, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Church of Archangelov Mikhail and Gabriel in with. The cameras are one of the highest wooden churches in the world, is included in the complex of cult facilities Maramures.

      Externally, the 18th century church looks like a hut with a carved porch, two tiers of the roof and high (72 m) tent tower. Outside, the church is decorated with carvings, the interior is impressive with bright wall paintings. The building was perfectly preserved and to this day openly for believers. The entrance is free.

      Get comfortable here from Cluj-shapes by car (18B route, 3 hours on the way). On the way, you can see other churches of Maramures.


      The ruins of Sarmizegetusa Regia, destroyed by the Romans, the ancient capital of Dacia in the South-Western Carpathians. The fortified city is about 3 km long. In the center there is a hexagonal stone fortress with towers with internal wooden buildings.

      No less interesting are 2 round Dacian sanctuaries, 12 and 30 m in diameter, their shape is associated with astronomical calculations and the Dacian calendar. Excavations were carried out in the fortress, during which tools, ceramics, bronze items and coins were found. Fans of ancient and mysterious places can visit Sarmizegetusa for 10 RON.

      From the city of Hunedoara, you can get here by taking the DN66/E79 direction and then following this road towards DN68. By car, the journey will take about an hour. There is no public transport here.


      Transylvania is located in a mountainous area where snow lies for a long time - skiing has been developed here for a long time. Local resorts are more modest than the Alpine ones, but more affordable and have interesting excursion programs. Skiing in Transylvania is possible from December to March.


      A resort in the Southern Carpathians not far from the town of the same name. In summer, there are many lovers of mountain trekking - hiking.

      There are slopes for skiers:

      • mountain (of different levels);
      • running;
      • for sled and bobsleigh.

      The total length of the tracks is 40 km. Ski pass - from 21 to 27 euros / day. A ticket for 1 person / 10 days can be bought for 350 euros.

      Poiana Brasov

      Fashionable ski resort near Brasov with excellent hotels and restaurants. Thanks to snow cannons, you can ski here from November to March.

      For amateur athletes there are:

      • an Olympic level ski track;
      • springboards;
      • 2 bobsleigh tracks;
      • covered ice rinks.

      The total length of the tracks is 24 km. In addition, there are horse riding centers, fitness rooms and swimming pools. Spa tours are dedicated to Bran Castle, Peles Palace and the city of Sighisoara. Ski pass - from 20 to 25 euros / day. The cost of the tour is about 300 euros per person for 10 days.


      The highest mountain resort in the country, equipped with snow cannons and trail lighting at night. Mountains and forests protect the slopes from the wind.

      Tourists attracted to tourists with children and young people by virtue:

      • simple runs for running;
      • the presence of a ski school;
      • Developed infrastructure - nightclubs, bars, discos.

      Ski-pass - 5 euro / day. A ticket for 10 days can be purchased for 200 euros per person.

      What to bring from Transylvania

      Local shopping is diverse and unusual so much that tourists often acquire an additional suitcase for souvenirs. It is important that the purchases here are also beneficial.

      T-shirts, plates, mugs, magnets and key rings with the image of Dracula

      The most popular type of souvenirs. Here you can also purchase insert fangs. Cost - from 5 RON for magnets up to 400 RON - for the vampire carnival costume.can be purchased in most shops in historical centers of large cities.


      Masonry processions and rummy are popular in Romania. Masks here are even depicted on postage stamps. You can purchase folk masks from Craftsmen Cluj-Ucha. Cost - from 30 RON.

      Painted Easter Eggs

      Eggs from porcelain, wood, plastic, metal here are selling year-round in any souvenir shop. Cost - from 10 RON.

      Embroidered linen blouses

      One of the popular types of national clothes for women. The image can be supplemented with a linen skirt or jacket.Clothes buy on the market, in souvenir and textile shops. Cost - from 150 RON.

      Tablecloths and napkins

      as well as pillowcases or towels with embroidery - in small lavers of transylvania The choice of home textiles is especially great. All products are made of natural fabrics, cost - from 50 RON.

      Products from the Yves vine

      The most popular braided baskets of different sizes in tourists. They can be purchased in any shop or on a craft fair. Cost - from 10 RON. Those who are not frightening difficulties with luggage can purchase wicker furniture - it is beautiful and efficient, available at a price.

      Monochrome and painted ceramics

      In transylvania there is a unique variety of products from black clay Radaouti (named so in such a city of the same name). You can buy black ceramics in Bukovina monasteries either in the workshops of the city of Radaouti. From color ceramics are interesting dolls in Romanian costumes. Cost - from 10 RON.

      Products of the Romanian porcelain company Apulum

      Porcelain Apulum is recognized as one of the best in Europe. The factory is located in Alba, it has a corporate store.

      Tea pair can be bought for 100 RON, a small service - for 400-500 Ron.

      "Braided" - vases, baskets, plates, bells

      so called souvenir dishes and figurines made of thin threads of porcelain. They can only be bought here - in large markets, fairs, in the shops of large cities. Price for a small plate - 10 RON, large products and sets will cost 100-200 RON.

      BurduF Cheese

      The cheese-resistant cheese is distinguished by a resin-coniferous aroma. You can buy cheeses in farm shops or grocery stores. The home cheese is better to eat immediately, and the factory in the package can be brought home. Cost - about 40 RON / kg.

      Fruit Vodka "Tsuyak"

      The tincture of a fortress of 60 degrees is bottled in curly bottles with the image of the flag and the inscription "Romania", which makes them an excellent souvenir.Buy Tsuyka in any supermarket or shop. Cost - 10-50 RON.


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      in transylvania, local wine is distinguished by a successful combination of price-quality. Terra Romana and Prahova Valley refer to the average price segment, cost - about 40-50 Ron per bottle.

      Transylvania can be called the historical and tourist center of Romania. It is here that there are castles, palaces and fortresses with a rich history and an atmosphere. And besides impressions, tourists can take away from here a lot of souvenirs.

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