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While the Danube Wine Route is a must for wine lovers, it is also the ideal trip for those who want to discover places and traditions not yet discovered, across different countries in central Europe. This amazing transnational journey crosses 12 different wine regions and provides a unique experience that mixes wine and food, culture, history, nature and traditions while the Danube River remains a permanent fellow traveller.

This traditional Romanian product, produced using common plums, has been made in several municipalities of the Argeş County since 1914. It has exceptional health-giving qualities due to the fruit’s high nutritional value, which is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. The addition of sweeteners or preservatives is prohibited.

The Honey Festival in Câmpina is a must for those who like to discover different customs and love to taste typical products that continue their long history being handed down through the generations. It is the place to discover Romania’s deep tradition of beekeeping and honey producing, the place where you can taste a variety of authentic Romanian honey.