Tourism Romania

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Tourism in Eastern Europe

The website is intended to assist travelers who are planning to visit Romania as well as the general public who would like to learn more about one of the most beautiful countries in Europe.
"Considered by many the most beautiful country in Eastern-Europe, Romania still claims regions that seem bastions of a medieval past long since lost elsewhere."
"Romania has majestic castles, medieval towns, great hiking and wildlife…" (The Lonely Planet)

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Romania is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a rich history and culture. Travel is a great opportunity to visit some of Romania's best preserved medieval and ancient cities. Sighisoara is the best preserved medieval town in Romania and the birthplace of Vlad Dracul, better known as Dracula.
The page shows that the government has made little effort to promote tourism. Bulgarian website, on the other hand, has extensive information about everything to do with tourism and makes you want to visit the country and spend your money there. It is a great place for a walk, especially if you are interested in the history and culture of Romania.
There is some hope, however, in the form of the Romanian National Tourist Board, the country's tourism body. While the highly paid government officials do everything in their power to promote the adventure, there is a rich place in Romania that does just that.
Bulgaria recorded an increase in the number of visitors in 2015 compared to previous years of 1.2 million, according to statistics from the Ministry of Tourism.
Just go on one of our hand-picked trips into the Romanian countryside and you will see what I mean. Explore the country, get to know the real locals, explore, enjoy your visit and open your heart and mind to what is here. Leave all the imaginations about Bulgaria behind and let the locals show you what a beautiful country we have.
We hope that this will make it easier to plan your trip to Romania and if you are planning a meeting or a trip, you will see these pages when you are on holiday in a country like Romania. So see us at the end of this article for more information about our upcoming trips to Bulgaria, Romania and Bulgaria.
Romanian nationals and foreign visitors coming to Romania from the 19 affected areas of COVID should isolate themselves for 14 days. Romanian or foreign visitors from the affected area may enter according to the rules of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Tourism.
Please note that travel to Romania may be restricted or unavailable from the following locations. The best and most popular time to visit Romania is summer , and you will find that this is the busiest month of the year for destinations such as Brasov and Sibiu, where tourism is a major attraction.
Although the Black Church is one of the largest churches in Eastern Europe, it is inevitable to avoid it, and even then the crowds are crowds. In Romania you will find a much smaller number of tourists than in Western Europe.
The main advantages of Brasov are its proximity to the Romanian capital, the capital of Romania, and its location in the heart of the largest city in the country.
Only 16 km from Brasov is one of the best preserved churches and fortified castles in Transylvania, the largest and best protected castle in the world. Walking through the historic centre of the city with its historic buildings, you will reach the large fortress perched on a hill with magnificent panoramic views of Transylvania. Brasova is considered a great place to admire this beautiful nature reserve in May and June, and in October and November.
The Dumbrava Vadului Nature Reserve, also known as Poiana Narciselor, is the largest in Europe and one of the only places in Romania where you can admire millions of flowering daffodils.
Balta Comana is located 30 km from Bucharest and is one of the most popular destinations in Romania and the second largest tourist destination in Europe. Whether you want to hike in the mountains, go to the beach on the Black Sea, visit historic cities and beautiful monasteries or take a look at the wild life in the Danube Delta, Romania is the place for you.
Bucharest, Romania's capital and busiest city, is home to some of the world's most popular tourist destinations as well as some remote small rural areas. But Romania's charm lies as much in its small towns and remote villages as in its large cities.
The city itself is a wonderful place to explore, with surprisingly appealing architecture that some foreigners call "Little Paris." There are many areas to explore and adventures, and you can go on a day or several days on a trip, but be sure to read our walking guide in Romania to learn more.
With low-cost flights, you can fly to Romania in less than 2 hours and fly with one of the 6 low-cost airlines. You can also travel for a few days or weeks in Romania, and it is a great place to travel to and from Romania.
If you are looking for adventure, consider a trip to Romania, one of the most beautiful countries in the world and a great destination for adventure travel. The tourism industry in Romania is mainly focused on tourism, tourism and tourist accommodation. In 2015, the number of arrivals of tourists and accommodation in Romania increased by about one million per year.