Romania is a land of unspoiled nature. The Carpathian Mountains curve their way through the heart of this beautiful country. The Danube Delta is one of the largest and best-preserved deltas in the whole of Europe, with more than 350 species of birds and fish. UNESCO confirmed its importance by proclaiming it a Natural Heritage Site.

With its rich folk culture, communist past, and the unavoidable tale of Vlad the Impaler, more commonly known as Vlad Dracula, the beautiful castles set against the backdrop of the captivating Transylvanian landscape will give you chills. Romania offers a vast array of activities, excursions, and luxury accommodations, not only for leisure tourism but also for MICE tourism as well.


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The city flaunts a blend of French, Byzantine, and communist architecture with its many stylish buildings. Though much of the center is modern and garish, you will find splendid 17th and 18th-century Orthodox churches and elegant Art Nouveau villas. A must-see is the Old Town, one of Bucharest’s earliest settlements and the former home of several Wallachian Princes.


The largest and richest of the seven fortified towns, Sibiu is where the first hospital and pharmacy in Romania were established, the first book was printed, and the oldest museum in Romania, the Brukenthal National Museum, was built. The main square – Piața Sfatului – is lined with relaxed cafés. The Gothic cathedral Biserica Neagră – Black Church – is one of the main attractions of the city.


With cobbled streets and colorful buildings, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-visit during your trip to Romania. Sighișoara is also famous as the birthplace of Vlad III, more commonly known as Vlad Dracula, the exact location of which is marked with a plaque that reads ‘Casa Vlad Dracul’.

  • Capital:Bucharest
  • Population:19,232,044 inhabitants
  • Airports:Bucharest Airport OTP, Cluj-Napoca Airport CLJ, Timișoara Airport TSR, Iași Airport IAS, Sibiu Airport SBZ
  • Currency:Romanian leu (RON)
  • International dialling code:+40
  • Time: Eastern European Time GMT +2, in the summer GMT +2
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What to do in Romania

Bran (Dracula) and Peleș Castles

This Gothic fortress, built in the 13th century, is strategically set atop a 60-meter cliff, providing visitors with an irresistible journey back to the Middle Ages and an era that inspired Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula.

Communist – Ceaușescu Tour

This impressive building is the second largest administrative building in the world. A must-see landmark is the Spring Palace, where Ceaușescu lived.

Danube Delta and Black Sea Coast

Danube Delta is the second largest delta on the European continent, and it is one of the best places for nature lovers.

Some of the biggest attractions in Romania are the cities – each one with its own unique charm and aesthetics. For instance, the city of Timișoara – also called Little Vienna – is known for its Art Nouveau architecture.


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Skywalk Biokovo Mountain

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Tara River Canyon with rafting

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