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Romania is a popular destination for travel in Southeast Europe. This dynamic country is full of options. The capital, Bucharest, is great. There's also Transylvania and the Carpathian Mountains, Bucovina, or the Black Sea and Danube Delta. Visiting Romania is a joyful adventure. Romanian political history is tied to the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. He came to power in 1965. Decades of oppression followed. He was finally overthrown and executed in 1989. Romania joined the European Union in 2007. It has not yet changed to the Euro. Romania uses the Romanian Leu (RON). Prices for food and drink are a real bargain compared to Eurozone countries. Rates at hotels have been creeping up and are similar to those in Central European destinations. As such it's not quite the cheap vacation that out-of-date guidebooks lead you to expect. But you can still have a great time on a budget. Although a full EU member, Romania is not part of the Schengen Area. Border checks are still in place. They're most noticeable if you enter or leave the country by road.

Romania vacation destinations: Bustling cities, quaint towns and unspoiled countryside

Your tour of Romania should start in the capital, Bucharest. You’ll find modern dining and shops near Belle Époque buildings. Don't forget the countryside! Spend part of your Romania vacation in the Carpathian Mountains. Transylvania is great choice. You'll find natural beauty, medieval charm and castles aplenty. You can't take a trip to Romania without stopping at Dracula’s birthplace. That's Sighisoara, with a medieval citadel it's a real gem. Another city, Brasov, is full of great architecture. Sibiu's another history-packed town where the buildings seem to be watching you. Close to all three you'll find Romania’s best castles and more than a few fortified churches. Further north is Bucovina, known for its painted monasteries. On Romania's Black Sea coast, the port of Constanta is a real highlight. Nature lovers should visit the UNESCO-protected Danube Delta. You will have a lot to do if you visit Romania! See below for some suggested Romania tour plans.

Complete vacation packages by Romania travel experts

We provide full Romania travel packages to the places listed below. We'll take care of everything. This includes planning and making arrangements for hotels, transport and tours. Before and during your trip you will have the support of our city host in Bucharest. All you have to do is enjoy your vacation. And we have destinations throughout Central and Eastern Europe. You could extend your trip into Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Serbia or Ukraine. Contact us for a free travel consultation. We will prepare a Romania vacation package just for you.

Top vacation destinations in Romania

Bucharest
Brasov
Sighisoara
Sibiu
Danube Delta
Bucovina
Constanta

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Popular Romania Vacation Itineraries

Our suggested itineraries in Romania and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our Romania vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

Romania Tours

Bucharest and the Highlights of Transylvania in 8 Days

See the Romanian capital, including Ceausecu's vast Palace of the People as well as the highlights of Transylvania. Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu are all included in this 8 day (7 night) tour. You will see the country's most famous castles and UNESCO-listed villages along the way. read full itinerary

Romania Two Week Tour

Two weeks exploring all that Romania has to offer, from the vibrant capital Bucharest, Black Sea port city Constanta, the tranquil Danube Delta, bucolic Bucovina and legendary Transylvania. Travel partly by train then with a private driver for maximum convenience. read full itinerary

Tours of Romania and neighboring countries

Budapest, Transylvania & Bucharest in 10 Days

Visit the capital cities of neighbors Hungary & Romania with an interlude in the Transylvanian countryside. Budapest, Sighisoara and Bucharest are the overnight destinations on this 10 day tour. read full itinerary

Best of Bulgaria & Romania in 11 Days

Visit 2 countries, staying in 5 different towns & cities along the way and visiting several more, from Sofia and Plovdiv in Bulgaria to Bucharest, the capital of Romania ending with the highlights of Transylvania. read full itinerary

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Romania's Haunted Hoia Baciu Forest

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9 Amazing and Unique Places to Visit in Romania

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Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Romania

I want to go to Dracula’s Castle. Where is it?

The short answer is: Bran Castle, an easy day trip from Brasov, or a convenient stop on the road between Brasov and Sibiu. If you're staying in both then it's best to stop there on the way. Otherwise take a day trip that includes a visit to Bran Castle. The long answer is: this isn't really Dracula's Castle. Bram Stoker never visited the area, but some readers thought this castle matched the description in the book and so a legend was born. Vlad the Impaler, who inspired the Dracula story, may have stayed here once.

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