France, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Germany and Iceland.
An easy question now. What do these countries have in common? The answer is Romania.
Mountains, seaside, beautiful architecture or natural wonders, you can find all of them in Romania.
I always thought that this country is unique. But the unicity of Romania is offered by the diversity of landscapes that you can find only in some of the European countries.
Don't you believe me? Take a look.
#1 Does It Look Like A Village From France? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is Biertan village and it has a great story. And it's cheaper than France to visit it.
#2 Does It Look Like Scotland? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is the Bucegi Massif. And it's free to visit it.
#3 Does It Look Like A Village From Switzerland? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is a village from the Bicaz Keys. And it's beautiful. And, again, a lot cheaper than any Switzerland village.
#4 Does It Look Like A City From Louxembourg? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is Sibiu and is one of the most beautiful cities in Romania.
#5 Does It Look Like A Castle From Germany? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is The Corvin Castle and it's cheaper to visit it than any castle from Germany.
#6 Does It Look Like... The Moon? Maybe. But It's In Romania
These are the Mud Vulcanoes in Romania. And they are closer to you than the Moon. And a lot cheaper than a visit to the Moon.
#7 Does It Look Like A Road From Austria? Maybe. But It's In Romania
In Valea Putnei and it's stunning. And free.
#8 Does It Look Like Spain? Maybe. But It's In Romania
Remetea is well-known for this beautiful landscape. And it's a lot cheaper than the spanish cities.
#9 Does It Look Like A Vineyard From France? Maybe. But It's In Romania
This is the Panciu Vineyard. Here is made one of the best wines in Romania.