The Fun Fact.
Transylvania is offering a range of different free-time activities. Some students prefer to enjoy the nature-given possibilities every weekend, go hiking or private bear watching tours.
Several groups are joining a sports club during their stay, play paintball or go hiking. Others are making use of cultural activities that our neighbouring cities and town provides.
One of the most popular destinations is the Bran Castle, commonly known outside Romania as Dracula’s Castle.Students can see the interior on their own or by a guided tour. At the bottom of the hill is a small open-air museum exhibiting traditional Romanian peasants structures (cottages, barns, water-driven machinery, etc.) from the Bran region.
English language speaking is often an issue in Romania. Locals usually speak fluent Romanian, some Hungarian and German.
Understanding the local languages and history can be a significant advantage for the students;
therefore, DevelopMe offers to organise Romanian,English and Hungarian courses.