Simona Maxim – backstage interview about SJF

Sibiu Jazz Festival is one of the most important international events. What are the secrets, how has this concept developed and how is this festival seen?

Simona Maxim, General Manager of Sibiu Jazz Festival tells us more about the event. We do not know much about the evolution, the history or the sacrifices made by those who organized this festival. Let’s see what the magic behind the scenes is! read more

International Jazz Day

In 2011, UNESCO declared April 30th as “International Jazz Day” for its ability to “unite people all over the world.”

In November 2011 to General Conference, the importance and unquestionable value of jazz style was recognized – ” jazz is a means to develop and increase intercultural exchanges and understanding between cultures for the purpose of mutual comprehension.” read more

Oslo – the northern city

For those who have not been in a northern city before, I recommend a really special place: Oslo, the capital of Norway.

If you are accustomed to the Nordic simplicity you need to know that you will not be disappointed. People are extremely warm and willing to help you with any little problem you have. Moreover, English is not a problem – from the bus driver to the man in the corner shop, everyone will know what you say. read more

7 things you can do in Bucharest

Do you want to visit Bucharest and want to know what you can do, what are the sights and what are the best places to see? We’ve prepared 7 things you have to do in a city break.

  1. CEC Palace

If you want to see a truly unique building from 19th century, then we invite you to go on Victory Road (close to the University) and check out CEC Palace. The construction began in 1987 on the orders of King Carol I and Queen Elizabeth. Before the works for the palace began, here were the monastery and the inn “St. John the Great “, from the 16th century. read more

Are your sneakers ready?

Are you planning to get ready for the summer already, but the Christmas meals and the late-night parties have brought you out of your rhythm?

If you want to keep your silhouette and take care of your health, you have to include into your schedule a few trips to the gym. What are the prices in Bucharest and how can we have more time for training? read more

City Break to Sibiu – Romania?

Do you have a few free days and want to go to Sibiu to enjoy a really special city? You will certainly not be disappointed with your choice.

After 2007, the year when it was named the European cultural capital, Sibiu succeeded in rebuilding from its own ash. Not only has it managed to rise up and be like cities in Belgium or France, now you can also enjoy the surrounding areas! ^ _ ^ read more

Holidays are coming with …

Many gifts to be given. Which idea is the best fit for the ones we love or how do we choose a good gift for them? Let’s see what options do we have!

Most of the time you will find tips and gift ideas to make your choice easier, though things are not that simple. A gift should be both practical and cute, inexpensive and exact for that person, right? read more

How to buy a used car?

Are you looking for a car? Your budget does not allow you to buy a new one? Or perhaps investing in a new car is not for you right now? Let’s take a look together at how we can choose a second-hand car and what we need to be careful about. read more

Holidays in Italy?

Would you like a temperature above 20 ° C or walk amongst the oldest buildings in the world? Italy is always a good option for all of the above.

Italy is recognized to be more of an open-air museum of living history; than a technological, business or extravagance area. read more

The top 5 healthiest countries in the world

Ever wondered where are the healthiest people in the world? The Bloomberg Global Health Index evaluated 163 countries and looked for the healthiest of them all. The study looked at variables such as life expectancy, causes of death, health risks, malnutrition, high blood pressure, tobacco use, availability of clean water and many others. read more