Beekeeping is one of Romania’s oldest agricultural traditions. In fact, in Thracian and Dacian time people were involved in obtaining the bee’s honey that still has a presence in several Romanian dishes today.
Every February in Prahova County, Romanian honey has its own festival - the Honey Festival. This event brings together beekeepers and honey companies from different counties.
It’s a must see event for those interested in bees and beekeeping tradition and of course, for those who appreciate good honey. Here they will discover over 20 varieties of honey, from the most well known, such as linden and locust honey to the less-known ones, like amber, mint, plum or fir tree honey.