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It’s in the heart of Europe, in the deep woods of the Carpathians; it is the Romania of the small villages, built hundreds of years ago, in Transylvania, Maramures or Bukovina

What to see in Romania?…

Well any journey will take you to new places where you can discover something unique, so that over the years a smell, a sensation or only a picture can take you back in time, to that very place. Imagine you discover a beloved childhood toy in some forgotten corner – a surge of emotions, thoughts and sensations start flooding you, take you along life’s corridors, to unrepeatable times. A vividly colorful flower will remind you of exotic Asia, the smell of the sea will remind you the Greek beaches, or a group of rowdy young people will recall Spain and its effervescence. Associations are the best way to go down memory lane. However, our treasury of memories often includes memories that we cannot associate with anything because they are long forgotten or they were never even lived.

What to see in Romania

Deep in our emotional luggage there is a sensation we haven’t tried before, a feeling we got from our parents, grandparents and great grandparents, a sensation that awaits to be rediscovered and whose description is useless in comparison with the emotion experienced. It is the old connection to nature, to wild beauty and ancient times. It is life experienced by grandparents and great grandparents, with fairy-tale landscapes in which everything seems possible. This place still exists. It is a living treasure thanks to its people and their everyday habits. It’s in the heart of Europe, in the deep woods of the Carpathians. It is the Romania of the small villages, built hundreds of years ago, in Transylvania, Maramures or Bukovina. It is one of the last places in Europe and perhaps in the world where nature has been unspoilt for thousands of years, that place where connections are made through emotions and feelings, in which nature is no longer an escape for it is everywhere.