Enjoy this rural fairytale and take walk between the villages, try riding the horse-drawn sledge, and visit the wooden church of Budești. After this, you would want to have a sip of a hot drink, tea or, even better, a pălinca! This is Romania’s national drink.
While visiting The Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance, you will learn more about the communist period that took place. The memorial is a former prison but is now a museum dedicated to what happened during the communist regime in Romania. To make it more interesting, the cells have been transformed into museum rooms.
The next stop is the Merry Cemetery in Săpânța, probably the only artsy cemetery in the world where each grave has a lively and beautifully carved wooden cross painted in the radiant blue of heaven. The graves are also engraved with a painting and an original poem that discloses a little something about the life and character of the plot’s eternal inhabitant.