Cultural Tours in Romania
Prepare yourself for a trip back in time as our cultural tours will take you around the country’s most beautiful treasures. You will visit the beautiful churces of Bucharest, the Transilvanian fortified churches and castels, the painted churces of Moldavia and the lost Greec and Roman settlements along the Black Sea shore. Romania has so much to offer and is almost impossible to summerise all it’s wonders in a few words.
Romania’s culture is the product of its geographical position and of its distinct historical evolution. It is fundamentally defined as the meeting point of three regions: Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans, but cannot be truly included in any of them. The Romanian identity formed on a substratum of mixed Roman and Dacian elements, with numerous other influences. During late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, the major influences came from the Slavic peoples who migrated and settled in nearby Bulgaria, Serbia, Ukraine and eventually Poland and Russia; from medieval Greeks and the Byzantine Empire; from a long domination by the Ottoman Empire; from the Hungarians; and from the Germans living in Transylvania. Modern Romanian culture emerged and developed over roughly the last 250 years under a strong influence from Western culture, particularly French and German culture. Besides representing the largest part of the remaining descendants of the Eastern Romans, Romanians are having the largest percentage of Christian Orthodox among the Latin peoples.
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