Take advantage of Orthodox Easter break and visit a few Romanian fairs

Foto: Inquam Photos / Liviu Chirica

Orthodox and Greek-Catholic Easter Break in Romania, celebrated later this year from Roman-Catholic and Protestant Easter, will last from 27 April to 7 May.

Below are the details of a series of festivals that will be open to the public during this period around the country, as gathered by www.romaniatourism.com.

December 13 – May 15: Bucharest – ARCUB / Hanul Gabroveni
The Universe of Salvador Dalí – special exhibit: 170 works by Spanish artist Salvador Dali
(sculptures, engravings, drawings, gold and gem miniatures, lithography), surrealist furniture.
An event made possible by Italian curator and an expert in Modern Art Beniamino Levi.
(Expozitia – Eveniment Universul lui Salvador Dalí)
More info

February 20 – May 11: Bucharest MARe / Muzeul de Artă Recentă
Paintigs Spanning Five Decades – special exhibit: works by American artist Jonathan Lasker
(Expozitie Jonathan Lasker – Picturi din Cinci Decade)
More info

March 12 – May 5: Bucharest – the National Library
Exhibition „Romanian Painters in France”
( Expozitia de Pictura „Pictori Romani in Franta”)
More info

March 28 – May 14 : Roman – Art Museum
„Colors of Spring” – temporary exhibit of works by Romanian painters
„Salon de Primavara” Temporary Expo
Featuring 39 artists from Roman, Arad, Bacău, Bârlad, Brașov, Piatra Neamț, Ploiești, Vaslui si Chișinău. More info

March 15 – June 16: Bucharest – The National Library
Immersive Art exhibitions: Being Van Gogh, Immersive Show and From Monet to Kandinsky, A Revolutionary Act.
More info
Tickets and reservations.

March 22 – April 28: Ploiesti – Prahova County „Ion Ionescu-Quintus” Museum of Art
„Bijin-ga” – special exhibit of Japanese prints and woodcuts
Edo (1603-1868) and Meiji (1868-1912) periods
More info

April 24 -28: Cluj Napoca – Gaudeamus Cluj Napoca Book Fair
More info

April 25 – May 3: Satu Mare Orthodox Easter Fair
More info

April 26 – May 6: Oradea – Oradea Fortress
Oradea Easter Fair
VisitOradea.com

April 27 – 28: Zau de Campie Village –Ugron Castle, Mures county
Mures county Peony Festival 2024
More info

April 29: Targu Mures – Piata Teatrului
Celebration of International Dance Day 2024
Dance ensembles representing different cultures and ethnic minorities will perform in Targu Mures.
More info

May 8 – 12: Cheile Grădiștei – Brasov county
2024 UEC Mountain Bike European Championships / XCC – XCR – XCO
(Campionatul European de Ciclism XCC – XCR – XCO)
More info

May 9 – 11: Oradea – Arena Antonio Alexe
Robotics Show and Competition
VisitOradea.com

May 11: Saschiz Village – 12 miles southeast of Sighisoara
Saschiz Rhubarb Fest 2024
Sample and take home Transylvanian local delights including rhubarb pie, rhubarb preserve/ jam, rhubarb syrup and rhubarb compote. Street entertainment and music and craftmaking demonstrations will complete the agenda of this event organized by Ladies Association of Saschiz.
More info

May 12
Brasov
– Piata Sfatului,
Brasov’s Lads Annual Parade
More info

May 12
Sibiu – ASTRA open-air Ethnography Museum
National Parade of Traditional Costumes 2024
More info

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