Romania’s cultural heritage goes online via virtual tours website
Digital recreations of several tourist hotspots in Romania can now be seen online, allowing visitors virtual tours of the places.
The Dacian fortress Sarmizegetusa in Central Romania is one of the sites included by the National Patrimony Institute in the recently launched website 360.inp.org.ro.
The interactive site includes 20 videos and virtual tours, each containing 360 degree panoramas. Histria fortress in Constanta, Enisala in Tulcea (in picture), the Old Court and the Stavropoleos Church in Bucharest, the historic centers of Sibiu and Sighisoara, as well as the Mogosoaia Palace near Bucharest are part of the virtual project. The website is also partially available in English.
Adapted from Romania-insider
More on the topic
- 01.11.2013 Romanian tourism to be promoted at Tom Jones concert and at international and local rallies on EUR 1.5 mln budget
- 16.09.2013 Romania’s mountain resort Sinaia revamped with EUR 20 million
- 03.09.2013 As many as 25,000 tourists visit Rupea Fortress since its June re-opening / Photos
- 29.08.2013 Jan - July Danube Delta visitor numbers at least 10 pct higher from last year
- 23.07.2013 Daring Romanian overcomes his fears in 7-month kayak trip from Giurgiu to Venice / Photo
- 18.06.2013 Romanian wine maker Domeniile Ostrov to invest EUR 4 mln this year in wine tourism facilities / PHOTOS
- 13.12.2012 As low temperatures settle in, work kicks off on Romania’s famous Ice Hotel
- 21.11.2012 Romania presented a cultural and educational tourism program
- 19.11.2012 German tour operator will promote tourism in the Danube Delta
- 02.11.2012 Over 6.6 million foreign tourists come to Romania, in first nine months
- 31.10.2012 Medical tourism share in Romania doubled over the last 3 years
- 23.10.2012 “Romanian Railways” State Enterprise launched charter train ordering function