1 – Fresh Produce and vegetables. Locally grown and organic is the norm. There’s mass produced stuff at the supermarket of course but you can still find a lot of locally grown produce and it’s cheap. 2 – Haystacks. They don’t roll them in machines. They’re stacked by farmers with pitchforks. Just check it out below. 3 – People are kind and welcoming. People are nice in Romania. They’re welcoming and are sociable. You can ask for directions on the street and you’ll be greeted with a smile. 4 – Brânză de burduf. A cheese made from sheep’s milk that’s aged in pine bark. It’s got a very strong aroma but it delicious and melts in your mouth. 5 – Castles and Fortresses. Romania has many ancient castles and citadels including the very famous Bran aka., the Dracula Castle. 6 – Maramures. A stunning county within Romania that hosts quaint villages where centuries-old customs…Continue Reading
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