Transylvania Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia | Halloween Special!

Transylvania – a spot of spooky legends and mesmerizing websites. Discover one of the best locations to go to and be swept up within the dwelling …
expedia, #Transylvania #Vacation #Travel #Guide #Expedia #Halloween #Special, cvg,trip journey information,the place to go,locations to go to,trip bundle,trip,issues to do,transylvania,journey transylvania,transylvania trip,transylvania romania,issues to do in transylvania,what to see in transylvania,transylvania trip concepts,transylvania itinerary #travelonlinetips #travelonlinetipsofficial

32 thoughts on “Transylvania Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia | Halloween Special!

  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Transylvania is best known as a fog-draped landscape of vampires and howling wolves, but our crew discovered so much more when they ventured to this time-forgotten region of Romania.

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    yeah transylvaina is cool and all but ehy does hungary and romania have to fight over that?

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    As we know that no Dracula or Vampire are existed in this earth. All are just some fictitious characters which are created by fiction writers. My question is in another point. Why human build their palace in such high? what was the reason?

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    When I'm kid many movies I watch vampires. And I scared about Transylvania especially Romania. because in movie always Transylvania are only home of vampires and I ask my parents where is Transylvania and the. They say Romania then I scared on Romanian people because they are beautiful but they are a vampire there skin are white,blue eyes and gray eyes also blonde hair. Sorry I'm racist but I'm adult now I think they are beautiful women for me 😍

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Superb background music, very nice transition when describing anything related to Dracula and the beautiful destinations

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Im from hungary transilvania now its romania but romania took transilvanya from hungary in 1918 june 4

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    All i gotta say is I have To Go…The Carpathian Mountains so epic, i can only imagine ..Long live Vlad…

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Very nice video. I also found another very interesting video with 50 sights in Iasi, a city in northeastern Romania. Maybe make a video with him. Congratulations!

    https://youtu.be/wnNtarRXua0

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Its funny, how people defend old hungarian territories as romanian, and yet that was 2000 years ago, hungarians settled in the area 1200 years ago. They built the culture and civilization. The architecture is the same as in hungary. There were villages not long ago without any schools, after hungarian schools were shut down. Then, the hungarians living there, joined together to create a school again. The names on tombstones were changed from the hungarian names to a romanian version, to try to erase the truth and history. The castle thats there now was built in the 1300s by the king of hungary at the time. The reason these territories were stolen, is because 1, the french hated the hungarians and 2, they were afraid that eastern europeans would join forces with the russian empire to defeat the west. 2/3 of hungary were stolen in 1920, for 1000 years, these territories were hungarian, the language spoken was hungarian. East of romania, in moldova, there are still settlements of hungarians who have been there since the 1700s, even though that was beyond the reaches of the kingdom, thats how big it was. So no, sorry, but these territories are hungarian, were civilised by hungarians, and were unfairly stolen. Austria started ww1, hungary had no say in it. Ever since 1848 they wanted to be part of austria. Yet, austria received no punishment, while hungary was almost stripped of all lands, except the capital budapest. Just imagine that. Does it matter now with EU free movement? No. But economically, this event almost bankrupted hungary, most of the resources, mines etc were stolen. Just think native americans in america. Thats what they did with the hungarian people. You woke up 1 day, and were told you are now romanian, cant use your mother tongue etc.

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    "There's one thing about living in Transylvania I never could stomach, all the damn vampires."

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Beautiful scenery but the loud, ghastly music was more repulsive than a vampire bat.

    Reply
  • July 4, 2022 at 3:34 pm
    Permalink

    Traiasca libertata 🙂

    i was in Transylvania when i was 7, not long after the fall of Ceasescu. Bran castle is awesome and Romanians are cute !

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.