The traditional Martisor Fair has already started at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant in Bucharest on February 27. The fair, which brings together 500 participants, including producers of traditional objects, trinkets (martisoare in Romanian) and traditional food, will be open until March 2.

Several creative handcrafting sessions will also be organized, including one to create trinket binders, on February 28, at 11, and on March 1, at 11.

The fair will be open daily from 10 to 18, and entry tickets are RON 4, and RON 2 discounted for students and pensioners.