This western-most province is probably the most economically developed in Romania. It has beautiful baroque cities and traditional German villages in the western plains and huge mountain forests in the eastern parts.
It is also the name of the old kingdom of leaders such as the notorious Vlad Ţepeş (The Impaler).
Romania is a country in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast, Hungary and Serbia to the west, and Bulgaria to the south. Romania exits the Black Sea coast rather small.
Poised on the brink of change, Romania is one of the last countries in Europe to maintain ancient traditions of village life that are still as colorful, festive and vibrant as they have been for centuries.
There is always another mystery to uncover, another cultural treasure to be discovered: Romantic castles and medieval towns filled with treasures of art and architecture, rare wildlife refuges and vast unspoiled land
Long famous for its medieval towns, Painted Monasteries, Danube delta and the spa resorts of the Carpatian mountains and Black Sea, Romania is now taking place as a major European meeting destination.
For decades, the major meeting destinations in the country were easily identified: Bucharest and Brasov. But today, many other cities, such as Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Sibiu, Iasi, Constanta have developed into meeting hot spots.
Largest congress capacity
Romexpo Exhibition Centre / Bucharest, Romania / Number of conference rooms: 21 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 1,800 seats
International congresses and conferences
International Architecture Conference - INGLASS, 2013, Bucharest
International Finance and Banking Conference - FIBA, 2013, Bucharest
2nd International Symposium on Advancing Socio-Economic Research, 2013, Bucharest
Romanian Tourism Fair TTR, 4th - 10th October 2013, Romexpo Exhibition Centre, Bucharest
ICCA statistics report
Statistic report of International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).
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