With an area of 92,043 square miles (238,391 square kilometer), Romania is the largest country in Southeastern Europe. It is roughly the same size as the United Kingdom and slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Oregon. The Carpathian Mountains are home to one of the largest undisturbed forests in Europe. Mysterious Romania attracts tourists with its history and the beauty of natural places. Many of them believe that all the medieval castles of this country are inhabited by vampires. Legends about Count Dracula excite the imagination of passengers. Gothic castles in the woods, towers to the sky, seem to be a reflection of national myths.



More than one third of Europe's mineral and thermal springs are found in Romania. The country is home to over 70 spa towns that use natural factors to provide relief for many medical disorders and illnesses including rheumatism, endocrine, kidney, liver, respiratory, heart, stomach and nervous diseases as well as nutrition, metabolism and gynecological disorders. Natural factors are complemented - under attentive medical care - by physiotherapy, acupuncture, electrotherapy and medicines produced from plants and minerals.
Medieval towns, fortified churches, painted monasteries, wooden masterpieces and ancient Dacian ruins are just some of the attractions that make up Romania's exceptional cultural heritage. 25 of its beautifully preserved architectural gems have been included by UNESCO in the World Cultural Heritage in acknowledgement of their natural, scenic and monumental appeal. A tour of these sites is a good way to discover Romania's history, artistic wealth and popular traditions. Each and every stop on this route will reveal a unique and stunning location.

       Black Sea resorts

Warm climate, miles of sand beaches, ancient monuments, vineyards and modern resorts
invite travelers to seriously consider Romania's Black Sea Coast as their summer vacation destination.
Beaches, stretching from Mangalia to Mamaia, are dotted with fine resorts and hotels, and countless sports and entertainment facilities.

the most beautiful road in the world

Transfagarasan Road is considered to be the most beautiful road in Romania. The spectacular hairpin turns, the panoramas of the Fagaras Mountains and the wonderful sights along it make Transfagarasan an obvious choice for a true holiday.


With an aura of mystery surrounding the country's Transylvania region, locals swear the spooky feel of the area is because it sits on one of the earth's most powerful magnetic fields.


1. Visit the Black Sea Resorts
2. Explore the Legend of Count Dracula
3. Take a trip to the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina
4. Visit the Bucharest world's prettiest bookshops
5. Walk through the Historic centre of Sighisoara

6. Visit the world's heaviest building
7. Visit the Wooden Churches of Maramures
8. Take a Medical Spa
9. Find out some Traditional Villages
10. Drive the most beautiful road in the world by car

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