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Exclusive Tours To ROMANIA

Exotic Tours To Romania – Transylvania is hands-down Romania’s most well-known region, and Count Dracula its best-known resident. But Romania has a great deal more to it than hoary old vampire legends. With a mighty section of the Carpathian mountains, a white-sand stretch of Black Sea coast, bucolic vistas wherever you turn your gaze, Orthodox churches and a clutch of medieval walled cities, Romania is more picturesque than Bram Stoker would have you believe. This easternmost outpost of the long-gone Roman Empire retains a Latin attitude to time and authority. The Romanians are spontaneously convivial, always willing to stop for a lengthy chat under blossoming pear trees, to move with the rhythms of the seasons and to make the most of the sun while it shines.

Best time to visit in Romania

May to June and September to October

Best time to visit in Romania

May to June and September to October

Places to visit in Romania

  • The medieval delights of Brasov, centre of bucolic Transylvania, home to Gothic churches and Europe’s narrowest street.
  • Maramures, the last redoubt of medieval rural life in Europe.
  • The world’s second biggest building, Ceausescu’s imposing Palace of Parliament in Bucharest.
  • Dazzling icons and frescoes full of Biblical scenes, allegories and cautionary tales in the Bucovina Monasteries.

Places to visit in Romania

  • The medieval delights of Brasov , centre of bucolic Transylvania , home to Gothic churches and Europe’s narrowest street.
  • Maramures , the last redoubt of medieval rural life in Europe.
  • The world’s second biggest building, Ceausescu’s imposing Palace of Parliament in Bucharest.
  • Dazzling icons and frescoes full of Biblical scenes, allegories and cautionary tales in the Bucovina Monasteries.

Top things to do in Romania

  • Check over your shoulder as you tour so-called Dracula’s Castle in Bran.
  • Enjoy the views from the medieval citadel of Sighisoara, perched on a hillock and ringed with 14th-century towers.
  • Push a rowboat out into the Danube delta to tour an expansive wetland teeming with birdlife.
  • Soak up the sun on the golden sand of the most popular Black Sea resort, Mamaia.

Top things to do in Romania

  • Check over your shoulder as you tour so-called Dracula’s Castle in Bran.
  • Enjoy the views from the medieval citadel of Sighisoara , perched on a hillock and ringed with 14th-century towers.
  • Push a rowboat out into the Danube delta to tour an expansive wetland teeming with birdlife.
  • Soak up the sun on the golden sand of the most popular Black Sea resort , Mamaia.

Discover Romania

  • Read Along the Enchanted Way by William Blacker, an account of life in rural Romania and a doomed love affair with a Roma person.
  • Listen to the inspirational, upbeat, improvised Romany mayhem of Taraf de Haidouks.
  • Watch 12:08 East of Bucharest, a deadpan look at the decline of the communist regime, GadjoDilo by Tony Gatlif, a tale of a Frenchman pursuing a Romany musician.
  • Eat mamaliga (a cornmeal staple), or ciorba da burta (tripe soup that allegedly cures hangovers).
  • Drink local wines, including Murfatlar, Odobesti and Tarnave.

Discover Romania

  • Read Along the Enchanted Way by William Blacker , an account of life in rural Romania and a doomed love affair with a Roma person.
  • Listen to the inspirational , upbeat , improvised Romany mayhem of Taraf de Haidouks.
  • Watch 12:08 East of Bucharest , a deadpan look at the decline of the communist regime , GadjoDilo by Tony Gatlif , a tale of a Frenchman pursuing a Romany musician.
  • Eat mamaliga (a cornmeal staple) , or ciorba da burta (tripe soup that allegedly cures hangovers).
  • Drink local wines , including Murfatlar , Odobesti and Tarnave.

Romania Highlights

Count Dracula and all that Transylvanian business, rolling countryside, the tyranny of Ceausescu, local wine, sturgeon from the Danube delta

Romania Highlights

Count Dracula and all that Transylvanian business , rolling countryside , the tyranny of Ceausescu , local wine , sturgeon from the Danube delta

One word for Romania Tourism

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One word for Romania Tourism

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