Last summer we took a road trip through Romania. We traveled from Bucharest to Sibiu, to the Apuseni mountains, Cluj, Sighisoara, Gheorgheni, Brasov and then back to Bucharest. Here are some of the favorite pictures I took. This is the route we traveled through Romania. A meandering road we traveled across from Bucharest to Sibiu. Mountain view in Valcea county. A closer view of the same mountains. The “eyes” of Sibiu on the roof with in the background the Lutheran evangelical cathedral. Another shot of a roof in Sibiu. An old house in the ASTRA village museum near Sibiu. A gaggle of geese. A windmill in the ASTRA museum. The church bells of the Lutheran church in Cisnădie. The organ in the Catholic church in Alba Iulia. The house we stayed at in the Apuseni mountains. A morning cup of tea while watching the sunrise over the Apuseni mountains. A washed up toy cat in some driftwood. Wild flowers. The interior of the Salina Turda salt mine. Another shot of the salt mine. A crocus field in the botanical garden in Cluj. Graffiti next to a school in Gheorgheni. The city of Sighișoara with its clock tower. Machinery in a dolomite quarry near Voșlăbeni. More machinery. My dad in the center for scale. The view over Brasov on the final morning. It was a truly unforgettable holiday and I highly recommend Romania to anyone who is looking for a location for a vacation and/or road trip.