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  • 1. A.N.T.R.E.C. Alba County The National Rural and Cultural Touristic Association
  • 2. …where are we?
  • 3. • …it identifies, develops and promotes hospitality and Romanian Rural Tourism. • …it has developed as a leader in the Romanian Rural Tourism, encouraging the ecologically free reservation, as well as the preservation of the Romanian multicultural traditions.
  • 4. • …has more than 3500 members touristy pensions and rural touristy ones in 770 Romanian villages. • …since its foundation, in 1994, ANTREC facilitated for its representatives the winning of several important prizes and awards both on national and international plan. • …strongly promotes and approves the issue concerning the developing of the existing touristy places such as – Albac, Arieşeni, Gîrda de Sus, Rimetea, Ampoiţa - Cricău – Întregalde
  • 5. A.N.T.R.E.C. in online-environment: www.antrecalba.ro ANTREC tourism structures in Alba County
  • 6. A.N.T.R.E.C. in online-environment: www.antrecalba.ro Natural attractions in Alba County
  • 7. A.N.T.R.E.C. in online-environment: www.antrecalba.ro Ethnographic museum attractions in Alba County
  • 8. A.N.T.R.E.C. in online-environment: www.antrecalba.ro Churches in Alba County
  • 9. A.N.T.R.E.C. in online-environment: www.antrecalba.ro National and international events Photo by: Bogdan Diaconeasa
  • 10. Local Events. Secerișului Festival, Ampoița, Alba County
  • 11. Local Events. Rural Tourism Fair, Albac, Alba County
  • 12. 1. Sărbătoarea Pădurenilor, Poieniţa Voinii, Hunedoara 2. Festivalul Plăcintelor, Oituz, Bacău 3. Festivalul National al Păstrăvului – Ciocănești - Suceava 4. Sărbătoarea Tămâioasei, Pietroasele, Buzău 5. Ziua Recoltei, Poiana Mărului, Braşov 6. EXPOPASTORALIS - Povestea brânzei, Rucăr, Argeș 7. Festivalul Sarmalelor, Praid, Harghita 8. Parada Gospodarilor, Sapoca, Buzău 9. Răvăşitul Oilor - Festivalul Brânzei şi al Pastramei, Bran, Braşov 10. Festivalul Cârnaţilor de Pleşcoi, Berca, Buzău 11. Ziua Mondială a Femeii din Mediul Rural 12. Căsuţa cu Pridvor - Sărbătoarea pensiunilor buzoiene, Sărata Monteoru, Buzău National Events
  • 13. International Events The second Croatian Congress of Rural Tourism The concept of the rural tourism development on the long term – April, 2010 From the 21 to the 25 April 2010, was held in Mali Losinj the second congress of the rural tourism of Croatia. The Congress was open to all who were directly or indirectly involved in rural tourism: stakeholders, family farm owners, existing and future entrepreneurs, professional associations, cooperatives, and other associations, relevant national authorities, regional and local self-governing units, tourist boards, international, scientific and expert institutions. The congress gave the occasion to discover the peasant cultural wealth through exhibitions and evenings that offered shows and good moments of amusement
  • 14. International Events International fair of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem, 35th Edition – August, 2010 Romania, as a guest of honor of this edition, presented two folklore performances. The famous tulnic (alphorn) players Mariana and Marcela Gligor, as well as the folklore group „Cântul Sălciuan” played traditional music and dance from Alba County. ANTREC Alba, had prepared a specific old rural event (șezătoare), where the artists Felicia Roman, Georgeta Voina, Mariana Gligor and Roxana Roman demonstrated their handicraft in making beads bracelets and necklaces, knitting and traditional wool spinning. Ad-hoc workshops was available for the public. The Romanian booth displayed a wide selection of handmade folklore art objects from Alba County that could have been both admired and bought: traditional shirts "ii", home woven table mats and towels, handmade jewelry, wooden small objects, musical instruments, toys. Audio- books with traditional music for children have also been available. http://www.icr.ro/artsandcrafts
  • 15. International Events Bulgaria – April, 2011 General Assembly 2011 Minutes • 14 delegations were present representing 16 votes; • Asnate Ziemele chaired the meeting as the acting President • Election of a new President: Vittoria Brancaccio from Italy • An extended discussion was undertaken on the policy underway in Brussels, particularly relating to rural development being wider than farm tourism. • The tourism policy being proposed has 21 act ion points and EuroGites has commented where relevant. • More about the General Assembly available at http://www.antrecalba.ro/index.php?option=com_ eventlist&view=details&id=41:bulgaria-general- assembly-2011-minutes&Itemid=31
  • 16. International Events The International Congress on Rural Tourism The International Congress on Rural Tourism on the theme of "Rural tourism – a tool for identity building and a chance for quality standards”, took place in Alba Iulia, during the period 4-5 May 2011, with the participation of over 100 guests from countries like Spain, Greece, Hungary, Poland, France, Belgium, Austria, Croatia, Italy and Israel. The event, hosted for the first time in Romania, was organized by the Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism and the National Association of Rural, Ecological and Cultural Tourism in Romania (ANTREC), in partnership with the European Federation of Rural Tourism Associations (EUROGITES) and under the high patronage of the World Tourism Organization (WTO), with the support of the Alba County Council and the Alba Iulia Municipality Council.
  • 17. International Events EuroGite’s General Assembly in Latvia – October, 2011 Online promotion: internet marketing, social media, SEO: • SEO (Search Engine Optimization): comprehensive updated content that contains the relevant terms and keywords plus external references (links) allow for a good organic positioning that is free-of-cost. • Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) make sense only for specific target markets and age groups. To have any effect, Social Media require considerable dedication in time (= staff cost). • Alternative use of Social Media (e.g. Facebook) or “cloud” services such as GoogleDocs for internal management and communication of RT organisations. • publication of evaluations by clients: generally conflictive, generates many discussions with providers. However, these evaluations are highly used and appreciated by the visitors when deciding about booking a service.
  • 18. ALBA County …nature …tourism …culture
  • 19. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 20. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
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  • 25. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 26. ALBA County …nature …tourism …culture
  • 27. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
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  • 42. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 43. ALBA County …nature …tourism …culture
  • 44. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 45. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 46. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
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  • 50. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 51. Sursa: PrintrScreen după Consiliul Județean Alba, Multimedia CD, realizat de www.cdds.ro
  • 52. Romanian hospitality …represents one of the main reasons why you should visit us. “It is hard to think of more generous hosts than Romanians …they will give you the best of what they have regardless of their wealth is what the guide books will tell you. In my experience it is that and so much more”. (http://www.samandlaura.net/2013/05/real-romanian-hospitality.html) „Romanians go out of their way to make you feel at home. When you are far from home, hospitality makes you feel as if you are not so far away”. (http://www.feelmyfaith.com/2009/06/romanian-hospitality.html)
  • 53. Culinary traditions of Romania
  • 54. Ciorbă de fasole (bean and smoked meat soup, served in a special round bread) Ciorbă de perişoare (meatball soup) Ciorbă ţărănească (vegetable soup, with or without meat) Ciorbă de burtă (Tripe soup) Ciorbă de peşte “ca-n Deltă” (fish soup prepared in the style of the Danube Delta) Ciorbă de salată (green salad and smoked meat soup)
  • 55. Mămăligă ~it was often used as a substitute for bread or even as a staple for poor villages; in the poor rural areas. However, in the last decades it has emerged as an upscale dish available in the finest restaurants~ Tochitură ~Stew~
  • 56. Mici (pronnounced “Meech”) ~minced Meat Rolls with aromatic herbs~ Sarmale ~cabbage rolls with rice and minced Pork meat~~
  • 57. Slănină cu ceapă roşie ~Pork fat often smoked (a.k.a. bacon) with red onion~ Traditional products ~Pork meat, red onion semi-soft white cheese with a creamy texture and a tangy taste, matured in brine~
  • 58. Traditional Christmas dishes  Cârnaţi - spicy sausages  caltaboşi/cartaboşi - sausages made with liver  tobă and piftie - dishes using pig's feet, head and ears suspended in aspic  tochitură - pan-fried pork served with mămăligă and wine
  • 59. Traditional Easter dishes  Stufat de miel- lamb, onion and garlic stew  Supă (de pui) cu tăiţei (clear noodle soup (with chicken broth)  Drob de miel- a lamb haggis made of minced organs wrapped in a caul and roasted like a meatloaf;  Painted eggs - the eggs are painted starting with Thursday. Initially the only accepted color was red, but in time other colors were also applied – yellow, green, blue
  • 60. List of traditional Romanian desserts Cremă de zahăr ars- crème caramel Clătite - crepe Turtă dulce - gingerbread Chec - a sort of coffee cake Papanaşi - a kind of doughnutmade from a ulce mixture of sweet cheese, eggs, and semolina, boiled or fried and served with fruit syrup or jam and sour cream Şarlotă - a custard made with milk, eggs, sugar, whipped cream, gelatin, fruits, and lady fingers; from the French charlotte Prăjituri - assorted pastries: Savarine- savarina Amandine - chocolate sponge cake filled with almond cream Cozonac – which is a traditional holiday sweet bread filled with walnuts or cream cheese Mucenici- sweet cookies (shaped like "8", made of boiled or baked dough, garnished with walnuts, sugar or honey, eaten on a single day of the year, the Sunday before the Easter fast)
  • 61. List of traditional Romanian drinks  ţuică or Pălincă - a potent plum brandy  socată- Elderflower Champagne  bere -beer  horincă - plum brandy, produced near the border with Ukraine  şliboviţă- similar to horilcă, produced near the border with Serbia  rachiu - fruit brandy  secărică- caraway seed brandy  turţ- strong plum brandy (named after the village of Turţ in northwestern Romania)  afinată - blueberry liqueur  zmeurată - raspberry liqueur  vişinată- a type of cherry liqueur  vin - wine  vodcă - Vodka
  • 62. Did you know….
  • 63. …is the biggest office building in Europe and the second-largest in the world, after the U.S. Pentagon The parliament palace The largest gothic church …can be found in the city of Brasov (Transylvania) and it represents the largest gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul
  • 64. Hollywood’s original Tarzan was born in the city of Timisoara, Romania. His name is Johnny Weissmuller, and he is considered “the one, the only, the real Tarzan”. The movie Cold Mountain was filmed on location in Romania.
  • 65. Timisoara was the first in Europe that had electric streetlighting. Brasov is home to what is said to be the narrowest street in Europe.
  • 66. The meaning of the word “Transylvania” is the land beyond the forest. Romania features the youngest continental land (Danube Delta) in Europe.
  • 67. Voronet Monastery, located in the northeastern Romania, is also known as the “Sistine Chapel of the East”. Universal literature found valuable sources of inspiration in Romania’s castles?
  • 68. Image source: http://kidsbibleadventures.com/values/happiness/ ROMANIA is waiting to impress you. Have a pleasant journey reaching us! cotirlea.denisa@yahoo.com