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-UNIVERSITATEA DE STIINTE AGRONOMICE SI MEDICINA VETERINARA-BUCURESTI-FACULTATEA DE MANAGEMENT INGINERIE ECONOMICA IN AGRICULTURA SI DEZVOTARE RURALA-SPECIALIZAREA:INGINERIE ECONOMICA IN AGRICULTURA
Holiday destinations in RomaniaStudenti: 1.Gavril Gabriel-Sergiu 2.Grigoras Nicolae Iulian
BucharestThe capital is in an exciting stage of development, with EU investment resulting in sympathetic modernisation projects and a general buzz around the city. But you can still visit Ceausescu's obscenely grandiose palace and other communist-era monstrosities, plus medieval churches and monasteries. Stay in the Hotel Christina, a boutique hotel in the centre.
Carpathian mountainsAlso known as the Transylvanian Alps, the Carpathians are an unspoilt range perfect for hiking, biking and skiing. Or take the slightly lazier but just as thrilling option of a motorbike tour.
CastlesRomania isn't short of fairytale castles. Peles (peles.ro) is the most opulent and Bran (bran-castle.com) is the legendary home of Dracula. The ruins at Poenari were once one of Vlad the Impaler's fortresses, and so have more claims to being the "real" Dracula's castle.
MaramuresThis remote region of northern Romania is the place to come for a slice of traditional rural life. Expect to see rolling green hills, wooden churches and picturesque villages, all against a mountain backdrop.
Danube DeltaWhere the mighty Danube flows into the Black Sea it forms a delta that straddles Romania and Ukraine. It offers some of the best birdwatching in Europe. Explore the channels and lakes by boat, spotting white pelicans, spoonbills, cormorants, ibis, egrets and white-tailed sea eagles.
Painted monasteriesThe monasteries of Bucovina, north-eastern Romania, are decorated on the outside with 15th- and 16th-century frescoes depicting religious stories. The best-preserved monasteries are within a 30-minute drive of each other hire a car to take in a few in one day.