You can’t say that you really knew Romania, unless you reached at least once to Dobrogea Keys – a land full of wind and sunshine, alike. The destination is suitable for a one day trip. The keys are located on the right slope of the Casimcea Valley, in Constanta County, Romania, at about 45 kilometers north-west of the city of Constanta. How do you get there? The reservation is accessible by DN2A national road on the route: Constanţa – Ovidiu – the national road DN22 in the direction of Cogealac. Targuşor village shelters Gura Dobrogei reservation.
Every time you discover and visit new places I am sure you experience new feelings. I believe travelling is about feelings, right? What makes you go on or what makes you come back to that place? The people? The climate? The surroundings? The attractions of the area? Every place has something unique to discover.
What makes Romania beautiful in all my travels are not only the places, the attractions or the beautiful landscapes. What makes all the time Romania beautiful when you travel are the people you meet travelling, the wonderful cultural experiences you get when you know foreign people in your country and of course, the bound that makes you to share stories when you know someone is reading you at thousands and thousands of miles away, wanting someday to be there, in your country, part of your story.
I have always thought what it means to travel in many countries with a minimal effort and to live on a floating city.
The first experience of this kind with my friends from Croaziere.net gave me the long-waited answer, because the autumn 2015 brought me a cruise ship with MSC Cruises for the first time.
And yes … the Divine MSC experience was the ideal choice to unpack my luggage just once.
I traveled to Brașov this winter and I reached the performance to go no more, not less than 4 times to Brașov this year.
Shooting for “Fairytale Traveller” one week was not enough to broadcast all the history of Braşov or to discover all the stories of people in the city with bohemian and narrow streets where each building sends your thoughts to other century