The TRIPTAILOR corporate counselors successfully manage your business travel plans through a strategic approach, offering exhaustive event management solutions. Here, at TRIPTAILOR, we fully understand the multilayered aspects of a business trip, together with the importance of completely trusting the travel management agency you hired. Our extensive experience, guarantees you are in the best of hands. Moreover, to ensure we are always on top of the game, we continuously update, develop and establish specific criteria to evaluate and improve our applied travel management procedures.
• Venue finding;
• Full delegate management;
• Special event dynamics;
• Bespoke product displays;
• End to end technical and creative event production: offering the ideal mix between creativity and technical ability, we collaborate with the best professionals of the Scenart: leading interior and floral designers, mesmerizing light & video mapping designers, the best sound engineers able to harness the power of crystal clear sounds and talented cutting edge projection technicians to make your content pop, fizz & sparkle.
• NICE TO MEET YOU! We gladly accept any challenge of interpreting any type of brief and request. Starting with the initial planning and moving on to identifying effective ways of reducing costs, we will first set up basic event guidelines;
• BODY OF EVENTS: after establishing the structure on which we can start developing our project, we will then, together, explore all the possibilities from the multiple approaches delivered, and hand-pick the option that best suit the client’s own perception on how each detail of the event should look like and unfold;
• COMING TO LIFE: we will visit the event location and identify all possible challenges which may exist according to the pre-established coordinates. Solutions will be provided for each and every one of them;
• FINISHING TOUCHES: we resonate with John Wooden’s vision and saying: „Little things make big things happen” and we act accordingly for each event we manage. There will be no stone left unturned, while adding the finishing touches and double-checking every detail, before the magic starts happening;
• 1,2,3 and…ACTION! Leave the management of the behind the scenes happenings to us and just enjoy the exceptional experience;
• SUCCESS FILES: post-event, we will provide you with a relevant report about your experience.
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU, ANYTIME YOU ARE IN NEED OF A BRILLIANT IDEA FOR YOUR EVENT
*NOTE: The services outlined above are informative and represent only a small part of the events and trips we can organize for our clients, depending on the coordinates of each enquiry or brief we receive.
Platinum Business & Convention Center is an elegant project in which environmental considerations contribute to a fundamentally superior building: more comfortable, more efficient and more appealing. Embraced by Baneasa woods, Platinum Business & Convention Center offers excellent connections with the city center, as well as with the Henri Coanda International Airport, only 5 minutes away.
The Platinum, provides a brand new, state of the art Convention Center, boasting13 conference meeting rooms, which can accommodate from 10 up to 2400 pax. While standard meetings can be hosted in 6 medium size meetings rooms with natural daylight, large assembles could be accommodated in3 large halls (with flexible partitioning), with a capacity of 220 to 300 seats or by the Mahogany Court, which can host up to 1000 guests.
The modern Amphitheatre Hall, built on two levels, has a capacity of 230 seats and built in audio and video conference technology. Here, an excellent atmosphere can be created, for highly important assemblies. Most of the conference rooms are equipped with HD video walls, high quality sound systems and last generation translation booths.
The location is a strong factor that contributes to the uniqueness of an event. For elegant, distinctive and at the same time vivid events, the Cesianu – Racovita Palace is able to turn, the ordinary into extraordinary, through its rich history and distinction.
Centrally located, close to an important network of museums, theatres, libraries and other cultural hot spots in the city, this is a building with a fascinating history and a noble purpose, which is, to grow and nurture the world of Romanian Art. An elegant space, generous and discreet, right in the heart of Bucharest.
The rooms are sumptuous and elegant, not only because of the featured Renaissance details, but also because of the amazing collection of valuable canvases, hosted in the palace.
The Palace wears its eclectic style with pride. The facade of the house is oriented towards the courtyard, while the access to first floor – where events are organized – is made through a double elegant stone staircase. The chambers hosting events, have windows facing the street, while the administrative rooms have views to the inner courtyard. The original decoration of the sumptuous Main Reception Room, features walls adorned with elegant stucco and oil paintings – elements added in François Boucher style. The compositions depict scenes such as elegant groups of women and men on a picnic or playing various instruments. With each improvement and refurbishment, Artmark strives to follow the original structure of the house, so that it may never lose its aristocratic spirit.
In the heart of our Capital City, you can find one of the most important symbols of the former Romanian monarchy: the Royal Palace. The story of the Royal Palace began in 1812, when the boyar Dinicu Golescu, began the construction of an imposing large mansion in the “Mogosoaiei” bridge area. The initial building had 24 rooms and at that time it was considered a somptuous residence. Due to its high maintenance costs, its initial owner sold the mansion to the Wallachian Prince, Alexandru Ghica, consequently, becoming a princely residence.
The central main building has two entrances: the one on the left hand side was used by the Royal Family and the one on the right, was used by high dignitaries, which is the main entrance, when organizing events. This entrance leads to the Lobby of Honor, dominated by an imposing portrait of King Carol I, painted by Alfred Schwarz. In the Royal Living Room, official dinners were held, where may international guests attended. The room was carefully restored and still manages to keep the atmosphere of times passed. It has a rectangle shape and impressive dimensions. The cassette ceiling is of English design inspiration, the floor is all marble and the fireplaces are made from traditional Romanian marble brought from Ruschita. The walls are decorated with paintings representing landscapes from the Romanian countryside and peasants dressed in Romanian traditional costumes, like the Royal Family loved to dress. In spite of their different origin, they felt a deep connection with the Romanian people.
The Throne Room is the most impressive and richly decorated room of the Palace and it is here, where the King received his guests and where the most famous royal balls, were organized. A vault sets a boundary between the body of the room and the space where the royal throne was set. The original throne was destroyed. In its place, today, we can find a panel with a reproduction of the old Royal throne. In the same room, the Royal Family, decorated the Christmas Tree and shared gifts for the guests, as well as for the palace’s staff.
Starting from an older idea, the building of the Palace of the Parliament was built during Nicolae Ceausescu’s dictatorship, in a time of great economic deprivation. After the massive earthquake in March 1977 Ceausescu started an ambitious project to reconstruct Bucharest and the Palace of Parliament was its centerpiece. Formerly known as the People’s Palace, the impressive building was designed by a 28-year-old architect named Anca Petrescu.
During the early 1980’s a fifth of Bucharest’s surface was demolished, equivalent to Venice’s total area. Although the initial project had 80 000 square meters, the People’s Palace occupies fi ve times more space. 20 churches and 10 000 houses were demolished and more than 57 000 families were relocated. The entire construction is the result of over 100 000 workers’ effort, more than 20 000 persons working 24 hour three shifts per day, during the peak periods. Moreover, between 1984 and 1990, 12 000 soldiers took part in the construction works.
At the time of the 1989 Revolution, the building was 60% completed. The works continued between 1992 and 1996, but at a slower pace. In 2004, celebrating 140 years from the establishment of the First Chamber of Romanian Senate and the set-up of the bicameral system in our country, the new Plenum Room was officially opened. The building, once intended to be a construction that worshipped socialism, communism and totalitarianism is now, after 28 years from the Revolution, a symbol of democracy due to the public institutes located inside (Chamber of Deputies, the Senate, the Legislative Council and the Constitutional Court of Romania).
The entire Hagianoff Manor in Manasia, has been redesigned especially so that it can house various types of events, business or social meetings and even high class gastronomic events. The manor is a unique architectural monument in this area of the country. It has been built by Swiss architect in 1899 in eclectic style, putting together classical elements with romantic ones. Nowadays, it can welcome its guests with seven meeting rooms of various sizes and a generous park, where a lto of activities can be organized.
Located 30 km from Brasov, between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului, Bran Castle is an important national monument and a landmark for tourism in Romania, due to its beauty, impressive setting, as well as the legend of Dracula, whose spirit haunts these ancient places. The castle was built between 1377 – 1382, on top of a rock that offers a spectacular bird’s eye view of the surrounding area. The Bran Castle was named Dracula’s Castle by the foreign tourists who came in search for the famous character from Bram Stoker’s novel. Nowadays it houses the Bran Museum, that includes multiple exhibits of period furniture, weapons and armor as well as a courtyard with traditional houses from this region. This amazing castle can be rented after visiting hours, for a memorable Dracula themed event. Inside, the main dining room can accommodate around 35 pax, but an event for even more than 150 pax can be organized in professional event tents, in the generous garden at the foot of the castle.
It is a truly unique venue. Its design, seen from above – as you descend into the galleries – resembles an UFO. Its underground amfitheatre, can accommodate up to 100 guests, which can enjoy various shows in this amazing setting.
Make Athenee Palace Hilton Bucharest hotel, your starting point to exploring Bucharest! This historic building, built in 1914 is located right in the heart of the city, thus Bucharest attractions like the former Royal Palace and all the vibrant shops and cafes of the city center are literally at your doorstep. Its classic style meeting rooms, can accommodate up to 400 guests making this city centre hotel, the ideal venue for any event. Whether you’re planing a small meeting or an annual assembly, the Athénée Palace Hilton Bucharest hotel is sure to accommodate all your needs. From galas to banquets, the historical landmark – Le Diplomate Ballroom, provides an excellent venue for larger events. If you prefer a more intimate gathering space, you can choose the lovely Enescu room, boasting natural daylight and direct access to Calea Victoriei terrace. With its fantastic city centre location and efficient staff, your event is sure to be a success at the Athénée Palace Hilton Bucharest hotel. Make sure you don’t leave, before taking in the magnificent views over the Revolution Square and the Athenaeum, from the fifth floor balcony in the Executive Lounge.
When every detail must be perfect, you can count on our dedicated event facilities to deliver a flawless and successful outcome. With the largest rooms in the city (average surface 37 sqm), the hotel can lodge groups of up to 250 rooms, being ideal for MICE groups, big conventions and conferences. You can count on newly renovated spaces for all event types, from gala dinners to trainings,12 meeting rooms with natural day light and a total capacity of 1750 persons. The Grand Ballroom features high-tech equipment and can be divided in 4 sections without pillars, accommodating up to 800 persons – theatre style. The second largest venue, the Constanta Ballroom, can accommodate up to 420 persons – theatre style and features natural day light, 7m high ceiling and 2 impressive chandeliers . With a recently redesigned exquisite lobby, the hotel offers a more comfortable and intimate experience and unlimited free wireless internet in all public areas and restaurants. Prestigiously located next to the stunning Parliament Palace, JW Marriott Bucharest, is its own “city within city”, complete with a luxury shopping gallery, The Grand Avenue casino, the World Class Health Academy and six fine restaurants and bars.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest, nestled in the city center, between Bucharest’s two main squares, this hotel places Bucharest travelers within just a few steps away form attractions like the Romanian Athenaeum, the Cismigiu Park or the Old Town. Each of the 487 rooms boast a modern design, accompanied by all the amenities you will need, for your utmost comfort. Guests can choose from 5 restaurants, including the intimate Prime Steaks and Seafood with its show kitchen and walk-in wine cellar. When it comes to MICE, Radisson means…business. With its 11 meeting rooms and an elegant ballroom, this Bucharest hotel can host up to 600 delegates for a conference and up to 500 guests for a wedding.
Centrally located near major attractions, the Sheraton Bucharest Hotel offers easy access to business districts as well as upscale dining, shopping, and entertainment options. The nearby Piata Romana subway station is one stop away from the Old Town, the Victoria Palace, and famous museums. Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) is only 18 kilometers away.
The meeting-focused environment at Sky Blue Hotel, aims to fulfill even the highest expectations, in style. The meeting facilities are ideally located in vicinity of the hotel’s restaurant, creating the perfect opportunities for coffee breaks and even team buildings.
Kronwell’s extensive modular meeting facilities, disposed on the 3rd floor, are able to comfortably accommodate up to 280 guests, with special seating facilities tailored to respond your requirements (theatre, U-shape, boardroom). The business area of the hotel also features a new 300 sqm facility on the 2nd floor. The Conference Center boasts high performance audio-video and lighting equipment.
The Pleiada hotel can also host events, in its four meeting rooms: the ATLAS HALL (420 square meters), distinguishing itselfs through exclusive elements and charming and luxury designs, the adjoining ATLAS PRIVATE (67 square meters), and the other two – CONCORDIA (264 square meters) and TAAS (20 seats capacity).
The Platinia Hotel offers a very modern meeting room, which can be customized according to your specific needs. Additional services include: coffee breaks, cocktails, breakfast, lunch and dinner services. Platinia strives to take its events to a high level of distinction.
Put your skills to the test by participating in one or more captivating workshops, where you can learn our traditions. You will have the chance to learn from the masters, discovering, for example, the infinite number of ways in which one can paint and adorn an egg; or you can try working the wool with the spindle, painting icons on glass or make pottery on the wheel, amongst many other unique customs and crafts.
Romania is the 6th wine producing country in Europe, after France, Italy, Spain, Germany and Portugal. Some of the vines are grown on properties with enchanting manors, making it the perfect mix between a wine-tasting and a travel experience. You should not miss a chance to taste some great wines with international prizes, while in Romania.
Don’t hesitate to contact us, in case you would like to involve your team in an activity meant to bond its team members, with the final end to grow your company’s efficiency and productivity. We welcome the challange and we will strive to meet your expectations, by offering a great variety of engaging activities, some designed for the indoors, some designed for the outdoors, but all of them, destined to enchant and catch the interest of the participants.
This activity will help you incorporate each of the team members into the global image they will create, giving them the feeling that they truly are an important part of the corporation. The challenge we are proposing, consists in creating the name of the company or its logo at a large scale, in this way, attracting the participation of all the team members – they will all be positioned close to each other, while one drone will take photos of this beautiful moment. The minimum number of participants: 20 persons. The event will be organized outdoors and can last between 30 minutes and one hour.
Conquer your interpersonal limits, by becoming one, in a philharmonic orchestra that will impress its audience, after only 4 hours of practice. This teambuilding activity represents a novel concept, full of emotion. It will definitely motivate your team to venture with more enthusiasm into new and challenging projects. The participants will start with choosing the instruments (percution, cords etc.), then they will be divided into groups and trained by classical music teachers. After the 2 hours practice all groups will be reunited for a magical result, putting together the pieces of the musical puzzle in order to make the “O, Fortuna! – Carmina Burana” masterpiece, come to life. The minimum number of participants: 60 persons. The event will be organized indoors and can last for 2 – 3 hours.
The stop motion animation will captivate you from the first contact through the way rendering the frames into a continuous sequence, manages to create the illusion of movement. During this inovative teambuilding, the participants will learn this fascinating technique, which takes us back in time to our childhood years. The animation themes will be chosen depending on the profile of the corporation and the profile of each team. After establishing the theme, the action will take place inside the animation studio, resulting into a short movie clip which for sure will cheer up participants and facilitators alike. The number of participants: 10 -100 persons. The event will be organized indoors and can last for 2 – 4 hours.
Creating a themed cake, represents an attractively delicious way to instill a new view of the corporation into your teams. Each team will first receive the required ingredients. Then, they will be free to release their imagination in order to customize the cake depending on the theme. Moreover, they will receive a series of extra challenges which in the end can lead the winning team to enhance their prizes.
The perfume science entered Europe in the 14th Century and since that time, in never ceased to amaze and enchant us. The true alchemists dedicate themselves each day to discovering new mixes, which through careful processing will become the perfect scent. By involving the teams, the employees will get the chance to transpose themselves into this fascinating part, giving life to their own perfume. The number of participants: minimum 5 persons. The event will be organized indoors and can last for 1 – 2 hours.
Do you remember the sand castles which were everpresent while on vacation at the seaside? It’s time to revive this childhood tradition, during a fun event at the beach. The teams will have the task of recreating the letters of the company, using only sand and water. Also, they will have to build around the letters, seaside themed elements – from sand, as well. The teams will be able to decorate the sand sculptures with different decorative items which they will receive in exchange of successfully completing different extra challenges. The number of participants: minimum 12 persons. The event will be organized outdoors, on the beach and can last for 2 – 3 hours.
Each team members will choose a design of a boat from the existing plans. Using improvised materials, they will build it and then, they will have to float in it, for as long as possible. The team able to float the longest, will be declared the winner team. The number of participants: minimum 20 persons. The event will be organized indoors/outdoors, at a covered or outdoor pool or on the shores of a lake. It can last for 1 – 2 hours.
This teambuilding activity, represents an excellent way to bring the team closer, discovering together, the tradition and the secrets of a high-class international drink. In a relaxing setting, we will be testing the ability of each team, to guess exactly to which brand, each glass of whisky belongs. The number of participants: minimum 8 persons. The event will be organized indoors, on the beach and can last for 30 minutes – 1 hour.
This activity is like a chain reaction, meant to enhance the ingeniosity of the teams representing your organization. Through imposing a certain time frame and the access to limited resources, we will be able to make surface the manning and problem-solving skills which can also appear in a real-life projects with a very tight deadline. Team work is a must and the team’s dynamics represents the key of success in this type of challenge. The number of participants: minimum 10 persons. The event will be organized indoors or outdoors and can last for 2 – 8 hours.
This team challange will give you the opportunity to get extraordinary results, worthy of the greatness of ancient Egypt. The interraction between teams will be more complex than in a usual building/get resources challange. It will be very much extended on multiple levels, with the final end of maximizing the creative expression of each team. Together, all teams, will help create a gigantic pyramid, which will be decorated in a manner which will best make the company’s message come across. The number of participants: 20 – 100 persons. The event will be organized indoors or outdoors and can last for 2 – 4 hours.
Bucharest may not strike you as a glamorous or grandiose European capital with a meticulously preserved architectural heritage, but it is precisely this unselfconsciousness together with its spectacular contrasts and its incredible vitality, that make Bucharest such a unique place to be.
With this themed tour, you will have the change to dip into the rich architectural mix of Romanian Brancovenesc & Balkan styles, while learning how to spot Neo-Romanian, Art Deco and Modernist designs. At the end of this tour, you will understand why we love Bucharest and learn to love it too.
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Beautiful early Neo-Romanian style villas → dating back to the early 1900s;
Gradina Icoanei (The Icon’s Garden) → most picturesque neighborhood in Bucharest;
Bucharest Municipal Museum → housed in the former princely house of the Sutu family;
Magheru Boulevard and Verona Street → modernist landmark buildings and the best spots to see street art and graffiti;
Theodor Aman Museum → the oldest art museum in Bucharest;
Russian church → boasting seven onion domes originally covered in gold.
French Beaux Arts brought in by the alumni of the great Parisian academy, together with Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Neo-Romanian and communist style buildings, form an intriguing mix. Starting from the Jewish Quarter, we’ll walk along Magheru and Calea Victoriei boulevards, while admiring the slender lines and beautiful decorative elements of historic buildings designed by lead Romanian architects. The tour will end in the Romana Square area, where some of the most important Neo Romanian buildings are located.
If you are passionate about eclectic architecture, then this is the tour for you!
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Telephone Palace → for more than 35 years it was the tallest building in Bucharest;
Buildings of the dadaist architect Marcel Iancu;
The National Theatre → hated and mutilated by the communist leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, nowadays it boasts its original red „sombrero”;
Magheru Boulevard → Bucharest’s modernist avenue;
ARO building → the manifesto of Modernism in Romania;
Ioanid Garden → one of the nicest places in Bucharest.
With only about 5,000 members of the Jewish community left in Bucharest today, it is rather difficult to imagine that in the1930’s, it represented up to 11% of the entire city’s population. The Jewish quarter was severely affected by the Fascist pogrom in the 40s, followed by the demolitions initiated in the 80s by the communists. Nevertheless, some emblematic buildings like the Great Polish Synagogue and the legendary Jeweish Theatre have survived and are here to tell their stories.
Take a trip down history lane and learn about some of the most influential Jewish personalities, discover the major sights & cultural icons of the former Jewish Quarter in Bucharest and learn about a darker period in Romanian history.
The Choral Temple → Inspired by Leopoldstädter Tempel in Vienna;
The State Jewish Theater → Housing the former legendary Baraseum theatre;
The Museum of History of the Jewish Community “Moses Rosen” → Built in 1850 by the Jewish Tailor’s Guild;
Solly Gold → Designed by the modernist architect and one of the founders of Dada movement, Marcel Iancu;
Great examples of Modernist and Art Deco architecture → designed by Romanian-Jewish architects;
Old inns → the remains of some of the most famous inns in Bucharest.
Bucharest and Romania were under Communist rule for nearly half a century but few people remember nowadays the grim reality of the 80s, with people waiting in an infinite queue for almost any basic food product or groceries, or the confinement inside the country’s borders, without any possibility to travel.
Join the Communist Bucharest Tour and you will find out real stories about one of the largest urban destructions which took place without being at war and you will uncover the amazing stories of small churches hidden from view behind standardized apartment blocks. After this tour, you will understand why communism has brought our nation to its knees and why the 1989 revolution, happened.
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Beautiful early Neo-Romanian style villas → dating back to the early 1900s;
Revolution square and University Square → the starting point of democracy in Romania;
Communist Party’s headquarters;
The Memorial of Rebirth;
Small jewels → beautiful churches hidden behind standardized apartment blocks, like the Antim Monastery;
The Palace of the Parliament → second largest administrative building in the world;
Mitropoliei Hill → the residence of the Romanian Orthodox Patriarch.
The only thing you will need if thinking of travelling to Romania, is a very good appetite, since the mouthwatering portions of food, are more than generous. If the old saying is true, that love passes through the stomach, then you will undoubtedly fall irremediably in love with our country. Don’t think twice before joining this food rollercoaster. From our signature sour soup: “ciorba”, to the “sarmale” cabage rolls, filled with a spicy mix of pork meat and rice, to the incredible “papanasi” made from fried dough filled with sweet cheese plus cream & jam, your taste buds are in for an amazing culinary journey. No food is ever complete without a paired drink. Romania is one of the biggest wine producers in the world – the sixth largest in Europe and ready to offer you a superb collection of reds and whites to accompany that delicious food. If however, you are into stronger drinks, the plum brandy produced locally, will work like a charm. You don’t have to take our word for it, just come and taste Romania!
The oldest surviving restaurant in Bucharest: CARU’ CU BERE (The Beer Wagon), offers different shows each night. The restaurant was established in 1879 in Calea Victoriei Street by Ion Carabasanu, a former Romanian army volunteer, coming from Transylvania. The building and the establishment became famous in Bucharest, at the beginning of the 1900’s, when the owner, received the military decorations of the Order of the Romanian Crown and of the Order of the Star of Romania. Its unique design, with its stained glass and wooden carvings, makes it resemble a church – you are sure to be charmed by the athmosphere of this special venue. CUISINES: traditional Romanian.
Be part of the global phenomenon, right here in Bucharest, on the shores of the charming Herastrau lake. CUISINES: American
Hundred years old recipes are reinterpreted in a contemporary fashion, right here, at Tears and Saints restaurant. All menus are prepared with care, from local, organic ingredients. Its décor has a special story as well: all furniture was made out of recycled wood and each piece of wood has at least a few decades. CUISINES: contemporary Romanian
This wonderful piece of architecture was initially destined to be a pavilion for the Paris Exhibition in 1890. Since unfortunately it was not finished in due course, as soon as it was opened in 1892, it became a restaurant for the cultural and business elite of Bucharest. Still to this day, it’s one of the most famous and loved restaurants in Bucharest. CUISINES: Romanian, Eastern & Central European
A friendly atmosphere in a traditional setting, where you can taste rich Eastern European dishes. CUISINES: Serbian
It is a unique mix in Bucharest, between a restaurant for dinner, turning into a trendy lounge and club, afterwards. It promotes only high-quality services and its clientele is the crème de la crème of Bucharest. CUISINES: fusion with Asian & French influences
An original way in which the interwar décor and vibe are brought back to life, here. CUISINES: interwar Romanian
Officially the biggest restaurant in Bucharest, with a capacity of over 1000 people, it usually hosts events two-three times a week. CUISINES: German/Beer house
While in Brasov, be sure not to miss this traditional restaurant in the heart of Sibiu. The proud owners, are bringing back to life their grandmothers’ tasty recipes from the Ardeal region in Romania. CUISINES: traditional Romanian, from the Ardeal region of Romania
It is a new restaurant, with a very fresh vibe. Located at the foot of the Tampa Mountain, in Brasov it brings together the wilderness of the forest with the charm of the old medieval city, just a few steps away. CUISINES: neo-traditional Transylvanian cuisine
Being on the market since 2008, has managed to remain one of the best restaurants in Brasov, due to the owner’s passion for details and for offering exquisite food, each time. CUISINES: Italian
Offering premium restaurant services in an amazing setting, Kasho Lounge truly represents an escape from our hectic everyday lives. CUISINES: Italian, vegetarian friendly
A charming and delightful restaurant with its own pantry. Located in the backyard of the Hilton Hotel, it mamages to keep its traditional charm, intact. CUISINES: traditional Romanian
Its décor is fantastically traditional. The wooden sculptures and the wooden tables and chairs covered in sheep’s wool, are only part of the original things, this restaurant has to offer. CUISINES: traditional Romanian
A relatively new entry in Sibiu, this restaurant has its mind set in proving itself as one of the best ones in Sibiu. CUISINES: international
Traditional Romanian décor and delightful huge portions, with a homemade feel. CUISINES: Romanian, European
The restaurant has won the “Best international cuisine restaurant in Romania” title, at the Top Hotel Awards, in 2015. Located in the center of Cluj-Napoca, Baracca offers the ideal meeting point of architecture, design and gastronomy. CUISINES: design food, international
This particular restaurant, truly believes that food is one of the most delightful pleasures in life – that is why, they are always prepared to offer their clients the ultimate feast. CUISINES: Mediterranean, sea food
Located near the emblematic building of the Palace of Culture, Fenice Palas offers a luxurious setting for a delicious meal. CUISINES: Lebanese
Romania is the country of eternal beauty, showing the whole world the last surviving territories of ancient Europe as they once were, in terms of natural landscapes and wildlife. Still considered off-the-beaten-path by many, our country is full of places ready to be discovered and at the same time, full of projects in which you can help the local communities, animal shelters or other NGO’s offering support in many different social areas. One thing is for sure: you will be charmed by the hospitality of its people and you will enjoy every moment of the experience.
• Join an environmental foundation and do conservation work with the aim of restoring and protecting wildlife.
• You can volunteer at an association that deals with rescuing and rehabilitation of neglected horses.
• Join a volunteer project to teach physical education to disadvantaged children and encourage them to engage in fun, beneficial physical activity.
• Teach disadvantaged children how to use a computer and the Internet, helping them to become comfortable with technology and use it as a learning tool.
• Be part of one of the countless trekking adventures taking place in the rugged and spectacular Carpathian Mountains.
• Immerse yourself in the authentic rural atmosphere of Romanian villages.
• Try your skills by participating in one or more captivating workshops where you can learn ancient traditions.
• Walk between castles, palaces and medieval fortresses.
• Enjoy an exquisite wine tasting in one of our richest wine regions: Transylvania, Dobrogea or Moldova.
• Visit the second largest administrative building in the World – the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest.
• Drive along the most scenic road in the world, the Transfagarasan Highway.
• Enjoy a cruise on Europe’s Amazon, the Danube River.
• Experience the UFO-like salt mine in Turda.
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