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Travel guide in Wallachia

Wallachia is the southern region of Romania, between the River Olt and Danube. Here lies Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and the largest city in the country. It is a great destination for a city break in Romania and the most important starting/ending point. The Old Town of Bucharest is a great place to explore the city or for your leisure/shopping.



The capital of Romania is first documented for the first time in 1462 during the time of Radu cel Frumos brother of Vlad the Impaler. It first, became the capital of Romania in 1859 when Alexandru Ioan Cuza established the capital of the new state Romania in Bucharest. Bucharest was developed very well during the time of Carol I - our first king of the Hohenzollern -Sigmaringen dynasty.

curtea de arges

Wallachia Royal Court

Situated approximately 150 km north-west of Bucharest, Curtea de Arges used to be the capital of the Romanian Country or Wallachia from 1290 until 1396. The idea is that a nobleman who participated in this crusade from 1396-Nikopol noted in his documents about the movement of the capital from Curtea de Arges to Targoviste. In Curtea de Arges we have two important stops to make.

primaria buzau

Buzau county

Buzau is a county located in southeastern Romania, in the Muntenia region. It borders Brașov and Covasna counties to the northwest, Prahova to the west, the Ialomița to the south, Brăila to the east, and Vrancea to the northeast.


Calarasi County

Calarasi county is placed in the southeast of Romania, bordered by the Danube to its southern side.



Dobrogea or Dobrogea is a historical region in the Balkans that has been divided since the 19th century between the territories of Bulgaria and Romania. It is located between the Lower Danube and the Black Sea and includes the Danube Delta, the Romanian coast, and the northernmost part of the Bulgarian coast. The territory of Dobrogea is made up of Northern Dobrogea, which is part of Romania, and South Dobrogea, which is part of Bulgaria.



The first writings about Targoviste as capital of Wallachia were found in the journal of Johann Schiltberger, who fought in the Nikopol crusade in 1396. The core of the princely Court was built during the time of ruler Mircea the Elder and it was made from a construction complex designated for the royal family, ministries and their servants.

giurgiu ceasul fin turn


Giurgiu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdʒjurdʒju] is a city in southern Romania. The seat of Giurgiu County, it lies in the historical region of Muntenia. It is situated amongst mud-flats and marshes on the left bank of the Danube facing the Bulgarian city of Ruse on the opposite bank. Three small islands face the city, and a larger one shelters its port,

Regions in Romania