Visit the home of famous Dracula!
Romania is a wonderful country with charming castles, unique monasteries and delicious cuisine. Explore the natural attractions, such as the spectacular Carpathian Mountains and the Danube Delta. This country offers countless travel experiences that are waiting to be discovered!
Food and wine
Romanian cuisine is a diverse blend of different dishes from several traditions. It has been strongly influenced by Ottoman cuisine, with appetizers made from various vegetables and sweets combining honey and nuts, such as "baclava" or "sarailie". One of the most common meals is the "mămăligă" (a type of polenta), as well as "ardei umpluţi" (stuffed bell peppers), "sarmale" (grape or cabbage leaves rolled around a minced meat) and wide range of soups.
Romania has one of the oldest wine making traditions in the world, with viticulture dating back more than 6,000 years. This country is one of the world's largest wine producers and sixth largest among European countries.
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How to get there:
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Where to stay:
In Timisoara we recommend you to stay at 4* Hotel Excelsior Timisoara for just €37/$41 per night with very good reviews and excellent location.
In Bucharest you can consider staying at Mercure Bucharest City Center for €52/$58 per night with excellent reviews.
In the summertime you can also get close to Romania’s natural beauty by spending a few nights camping beside its magnificent mountains.
What to do:
Romania has more than 400 parks and nature reserves protecting flora and fauna. Nature-lovers can admire the hundreds of species of birds in the Danube Delta, recognized as the world’s third most biologically diverse area. With a terrain that ranges from mountainous and challenging to gentle and pleasant, this country is the perfect place for all those who love active recreation. Romania offers tourists of all skills and levels something to enjoy. Within the Carpathian mountain range there are great hiking and cycling trails. Rock-climbing enthusiasts should head to Busteni, Sinaia, Zarnesti or Petrosani. Most popular rafting rivers are Crisul Repede, Jiu, Cerna and Nera. Major ski resorts include Poiana Brasov, Sinaia, Predeal, Paltinis and Runcu. Romania has also numerous scenic drives, like the Transfagarasan, Transalpina and Transbucegi.
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