The tourism sector as such has become one of the most important contributors to a country’s growth and economic development. In 2020, Romania’s tourism sector accounted for 3.69 percent of the country’s GDP. There are a variety of relief features such as the Carpathian Mountains, the Black Sea, the Danube Delta, as well as a multitude of wooded areas, rivers and lakes, which make the country one of the biggest tourist attractions in Europe. Romania also has several world heritage sites protected by UNESCO namely the Churches of Moldova, Maramures, and Transylvania, several Dacian Fortresses, and the Danube Delta. In 2019, there were over eight thousand tourist accommodation establishments which hosted over 13 million tourists.

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