Old cities, new destinations: the Black Sea experience
Undiscovered cities and capitals are waiting for you around the Black Sea. Here the old Austrian influence is still visible in the theatres of Chernivtsi, Iasi,
Odessa, Oradea, Oravita and Sofia, whereas Bucharest has a touch of Paris. But how did Moorish style get to Tbilisi? Come and find out!
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The Odeon Theatre is one of the most representative theatres in Bucharest. The Majestic Hall is the only ...more
The Olga Kobylianska Ukrainian Regional Music and Drama Theatre in Chernivtsi is an architecture masterpiece ...more
In 2015, the BBC included the Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre in Iasi among the top seven theatres that ...more
Forbes magazine included the Odessa Opera House on the list of the most unusual sights in Eastern Europe. The ...more
The building of the Queen Marie Theatre is one of the most significant heritage buildings in Oradea. The ...more
The Old Theatre, named after the poet Mihai Eminescu, is the first edifice in the current Romanian cultural ...more
The Ivan Vazov National Theatre is the oldest and most authoritative theatre in Bulgaria and one of the ...more
“This is the only theatre in the city, the interior of which is totally Moorish in style, and it is ...more