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By: Katarina Cvetko
Untold Festival is transforming Romania into the world’s biggest resort and giving festival-goers the opportunity to experience what the beautiful country has to offer! The four-day festival returns to the city of Cluj-Napoca on August 2-5 and boasts an impressive international lineup of over 250 artists. The historical region of Transylvania will be hosting the festival for the fourth year in a row and is offering an all-inclusive experience! Presented by Untold and Neversea, ticketholders can use their festival bracelets to get free or discounted entry to Romania’s biggest and best attractions and highlights!
Romania All Inclusive offers access to a number of attractions across 19 counties in Transylvania at a free or discounted rate. After exploring what this beautiful region has to offer, I am beyond excited to turn my Untold Adventure into an all-inclusive Romanian holiday! Here are the top three free places I am most excited to visit thanks to Untold Festival.
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Located on the Arges river in the Arges county, Vidraru Lake was created in 1965 to produce electrical power and prevent flooding. Surrounded by mountains as far as the eye can see, the stunning location and various installations surrounding it are now used as a tourism and sports location and will be the perfect way to relax after a crazy weekend.
CLUJ HOIA-BACIU FOREST
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Also known as the Bermuda Triangle of Eastern Europe, the Hoia-Baciu Forest is known for paranormal activities. Believed to be cursed and haunted by the ghosts of peasants who have attempted to enter the forest, Hoia-Baciu is the birthplace of countless tales, legends, and phenomenon. The UFO hotspot is also believed to be a portal to another dimension! If you are fascinated by the paranormal, this spot is a must see!
MEHEDINTI – THE FACE OF DECEBAL
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The Face of Decebal is the tallest known rock relief in Europe, measuring at 42.9m in height. The rock is a carving of the face of Decebalus, the last king of Dacia. Located on the river Danube (the second largest river in Europe), the statue has become one of the must-see monuments in Romania!
In addition to all the beautiful attractions and activities, your Untold Festival bracelet will also get you up to 20% off select accommodation, services, and rentals! Find out more about Romania All Inclusive here and follow this link to secure your festival tickets before they sell out!