Popular Accommodations in Romania
- Moldavian monasteries
- Hiking region Carpathians
- Black Sea bathing holiday
- The castles of Count Dracula
- Delicious dishes
Most popular in Romania
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Vacation rentals in Romania
Romania offers indescribably beautiful landscapes of mountains, lakes and forests, in the immediate vicinity of which you will find numerous holiday homes. In winter, vacation rentals near ski resorts such as Baisoara, Voineasa or Vâlcea are an ideal starting point for winter sports activities. Holiday accommodation is also available near the southern beaches and in the country's city centres.Idyllic accommodations for the perfect holiday
Many of the vacation rentals in the countryside are built in timber construction typical of the region. Among them you can also find one or the other jewel, like an elegant villa. Let the varied vacation days end comfortably in your own garden. In most cases, sufficient parking spaces will be provided in front of your holiday accommodation.
Holidays in Romania
Location and orientation
Romania is a republic located in the border area between south-eastern and central Europe. The country is a member state of the European Union, whose capital is Bucharest. In the south the holiday country seduces with a coast, which borders on the Black Sea. Further west, the Carpathian Arch and the Pannonian Plain characterise the landscape. Bordering states of Romania are Serbia, Hungary, Bulgaria as well as Moldova and Ukraine.
Travelers and Activities
Along the Danube delta, a large part of which has been designated a nature reserve, you can enjoy wonderful river walks. Many caves and a grandiose view promise extensive hikes over the Apuseni Mountains. The oldest national park in the country, the Retezat National Park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will find some two thousand meter peaks, caves and beautiful glacial lakes in the middle of the Carpathians.Beach holiday by the sea
Along the 245 km long Black Sea coast you will find countless bathing resorts and wonderful beaches, which are ideal for bathing and recreation holidays. Here in many places you will be offered a varied activity and sports programme, as well as the possibility of a spa stay.
Literature has a special significance in Romania, which one experiences especially during readings when Romanian authors fill entire stadiums. Mircea Cartarescu is one of the most important writers in the country. In 2012 he was awarded the International Literary Prize "House of World Cultures" for his contemporary work.
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A very special cultural heritage are the Vltava monasteries in Bukovina, all of which date from the 15th and 16th centuries. The monastery buildings erected in the Principality of Moldova have particularly magnificent external frescoes. Also worth seeing are the wooden churches in the Maramures. These are around 60 buildings, eight of which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.2. Go on a Dracula tour
The legendary Romania is closely interwoven with the stories of Count Dracula alias Vlad III. You can visit the alleged birthplace of the historical model in Sighisoara, in German Schäßburg. In addition, the castles in Hunedoara and Bran are associated with the "bloodthirsty" prince.3. Excellent traditional dining
In Romania you always dine heartily and sometimes sharply. The dish "Tocana" is very similar to the Hungarian goulash. Vinete' is an aubergine puree and 'Sarmale' is mostly white cabbage leaves stuffed with meat and rice. The most diverse wines, which come from small regional producers, are gladly served with it.
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