About Romania

A few words about Romania

Leave behind all the stereotypes about Romania you may have stumbled upon. Open your mind and heart to one of a kind country and its warm people.

You might be surprised to find out about Romania that it's one of the most diverse countries in Europe, a complex travel destination where you can explore ancient ruins and medieval fortresses, walk in some of the oldest forests of Europe, or hike in the last wilderness areas of the continent.

With a Romance language spiced with Slavic influences, a  mixed Occidental and Balkan culture, an incredible nature, and hundreds of cultural and historical monuments, Romania will surely enchant you.

Attractions in Romania

about Romania During your stay in Romania, you can easily combine visits to castles and palaces with nature-based activities at all levels of intensity. 

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Attractions in Romania

Discover the most interesting attractions in Romania and start planning your vacation.

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Nature in Romania: A Wonderland of Landscapes

In Romania, you get to explore a variety of natural landscapes in one single destination.

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History of Romania: A Story That Started More Than Two Millenniums Ago

Romanian history is rich, eventful, and representative of the key historical moments of Europe.

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Romania Travel Tips: Important Details to Plan Your Vacation

Useful travel tipsRomania, from public transportation, safety issues, driving, and currency exchange.

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Romania is located in the South-East of Central Europe, neighboring Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, the Black Sea and the Republic of Moldova.




238.391 square km


Romanian, one of the five Latin languages. Romania is the only country with a Latin language from this part of Europe.


Bucharest is the capital of Romania and its most visited city.


The currency is the Romanian Leu (RON). Check the currency rate on www.bnr.ro


Temperate with four distinct seasons. The summers are hot and the winters very cold.


Three vertical stripes (blue, yellow, red)