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10 Best Places To Visit in Romania Before You Die

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Today we lead you through 10 best places to visit in Romania before you die. Romania is a beautiful country located in South Eastern Europe, famous for the Transylvanian legend of Prince Dracula and its castle. Presented by media as a country where poverty, street gypsies, and violence is a common thing, Romania will make you think twice before you believe that. There are some stunning places here, where you won’t think about your safety.

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Rusu Dumitru Costinel/Shutterstock.com

Like we’ve mentioned in our list of places to visit in Croatia before you die, when people think of visiting Europe, west comes to mind more than east, aiming for France, Germany, etc. This list will show you fine alternative, the land where Danube flows, where the Great Carpathians rise, where beautiful rustic castles tell the story of the ancient times, and land where friendly and hearty people live.

Here are the 10 best places to visit in Romania before you die:

10. Peles Castle

Peles Castle is one of top three impressive landmarks of Romania, the castle where leaders decided the fate of the country. Found near the city of Brasov, this beautiful architectural monument is built in Neo-Renaissance style, and it looks amazing. As a tourist, you can explore the monumental fortress and admire the sheer luxury of the extravagant rooms (over 170 of them) in 3,200-square-metre (34,000 square feet) floor pan.

Peles Castle

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