Brasov was founded in 1211 by the Teutonic Knights and later occupied by Saxons, who called the settlement Kronstadt.
Sibiu is of Roman origin, having been founded as the colony of Cibinium. In the 12th century, German settlers from Nürnberg, called Saxons, formed a community in Transylvania and founded Sibiu as the center of the region.
Sighisoara is no doubt the best preserved fortified town in Transylvania, with a beautiful and authentic medieval architecture.
German JASSY, city, capital of Iasi judet (county), northeastern Romania. It is situated on the Bahlui River near its confluence with the Prut, in the Moldavian plain, 8 miles (13 km) west of the border with Moldova and 200 miles northeast of Bucharest.
Timisoara should be a reference point of a tolerant place, of a community with higher purpose. Timisoara has a number of museums, ancient cathedrals, monuments and parks that are worth a visit. The surroundings of Timisoara are rich in tourist sights.
Constanta county, southeastern Romania, bounded by Bulgaria on the south. The Black Sea lies to the east, and the northward-draining Danube River delimits the county's western border. Constanta judet, consisting mostly of lowlands, contains several lakes. Constanta city, Romania's principal seaport, is the county seat.
Suceava- the capital of the county ( 117.000 inhabitants, situated on the right bank of the river with the same name , at the crossroads of some important commercial roads which linked Central and Northern Europe with the Black Sea; having calm and subtle beauties , it is a region full of charm and tradition -Dornele Land-having hunt and fishing areas -Putna Valley, Moldavia Valley, in the Rarau and Giumalau Massifs , a huge history museum , wonderful monasteries in Bucovina, real jewelry of Moldavian feudal architecture - Voronet, Humor, Moldovita)