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  • Anca L.
    I started the morning by coach to the first destination: Sarmisegetuza. I began to relive scattered moments in traces history and ancestral lands. The second stop was at Densus, where we visited the oldest stone church in Romania. Continuing with the way we've got a very good mood visiting Prislop place with it's famous monastery. Picturesque landscapes and beautiful smiles walk us throughout the route. We discovered tiny hillside villages with charm, like the rustle isolated urban world. When we arrived at the penultimate destination, we found rooms worthy of princes and princesses: Caselle Corvin, in Hunedoara. The atmosphere of the castle is different just because it does not fit the common style of today. A place where you can imagine beautiful things and dreaming with eyes open. And finally, we reached our final destination on the map for this beautiful day: Deva Citadel. I went before it gets dark and came down after the lights were lit in the city. I think we got the best time of day to see the panoramic city. A tranquil view and afterward we returned home, keeping in us the memory of a spring day walk.
  • Jane Schlegel
    My husband and I arranged a private tour of Maramures through Ultramarin. Our guide Tina Popescu was knowledgable and experienced. She spoke excellent English, was a good driver and good company. Highlights for us were the wooden churches, the varied architecture of Oradea, seeking out a potter in his village with Tina's persistence, our guided tour of the Muzeul Satului, seeing the Merry Cemetery at Sapanta, visiting Sighetu Marmatiei, depressing but historic, and a delightful day on the wood-burning train in the mountains at Viseu de Sus.
  • Anca Lazea
    Beautiful day trip from May 10 did not start too early, as other times. At 8 we were set to encounter with nature lovers. With smiles and good vibes from the beginning we reviewed the people we met in other excursions. We started our journey in places of great story that would remain etched in our memory. Arriving in the hilly area, we went on a road that snakes and wear us out like wings among the wonders of nature. Green fresh forests, painting landscapes loomed like us when they left to right on the bus windows. Arrived at the first destination, Bigar cascade, I admired the beauty and uniqueness of the place, immortalizing through photographs the landscape. If the waterfall we witnessed a phenomenon of nature that underwent little change from man, Rudariei Valley and we could see that the man and his needs may give rise to wonders. The mills that we visited, arranged by Radul Rudaria are created from need and give birth to small waterfalls along the water-delight admirers. Thank day that I spent away from daily routine again we found the way back home, with a final stop at the Museum of locomotives in Resita.