Two of the best travelogues ever penned, "A Time of Gifts" and "Between the Woods and the Water," make a perfect read before, during or after a trip to Romania.
Romanian food is as regionally distinctive as that found in France or Italy. Here is a selection of favorite restaurants from our editor's recent trip.
In the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, Prince Charles owns a guesthouse. When he is not in Transylvania himself, visitors can rent a room or a cottage.
For travelers fascinated by Dracula, there are a variety of locations that can be visited in Transylvania besides the most popular, Bran Castle.
Our editor visited Malancrav to see the 14th-century fortified church and its famous Gothic murals. What he found instead was much more special.
This month we feature two contrasting locations: Transylvania in the heart of Romania, and Chicago, in the heart of the Midwest.
Culturally rich, peaceful and hospitable, Transylvania deserves to join the ranks of major European destinations. For now, it remains unspoiled.
With its Belle Epoque buildings and excellent restaurants, Bucharest is living up to its pre-World War II sobriquet, the "Little Paris of the East."
For the February 2019 issue, our editors discovered two hideaways in Transylvania, a scenic and unspoiled region of central Romania.