Regions to travel in Romania
Below you’ll find the most popular region to travel in Romania and information about them. Romania has a lot of tourist attractions to show to its visitors. Every region has a different characteristic and you’ll be always surprised by something new. You can choose for a tour in certain area or for a longer trip in which you’ll discover more places and different type of sights.
Transylvania is the largest region of Romania, a place which combine the medieval aspect of the castles, fortresses, old towns and villages with natural places of rare beauty with well preserved customs, traditions and crafts and delicious home made or natural food and drinks. Book a trip to Transylvania and discover this amazing region.
Visit Maramures – the land of wooden chuches, wooden gates and well preserved traditions and crafts. Have a tour in Maramures to understand the local rural life, way of living, to visit the cultural heritages, to taste home made food and drinks and to relax in a splendid countryside area. Maramures is a great choice as part of a longer vacation in Romania or you can just choose for a rural holiday in Maramures.
Bucovina- the land of famous painted monasteries, it is a region of great beauty and spiritual life. Here can be visited the most important old monasteries built and painted in 15th-16th century which have amazing frescoes on the exterior walls. Many of these monasteries are included in the UNESCO World Heritages list. Natural beauty, traditions and cusine will complete your experience in Bucovina.
Muntenia is the southern region of Romania, between the River Olt and Danube. Here lies Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and the largest city in the country. It is a great destination for a city break in Romania and the most important starting/ending point for any trip in Romania. The Old Town of Bucharest is a great place to explore the city or for your leisure/shopping.
Dobrogea is located in eastern Romania near the Black Sea. The entire sea coast of Romania lies in this province. in the northern side of Dobrogea, we have The Danube Delta, natural reserve of national and European importance, part of the UNESCO heritage.
Oltenia also called Lesser Wallachia in antiquated versions, with the alternate Latin names Wallachia Minor, Wallachia Alutana, Wallachia Caesarea between 1718 and 1739 is a historical province and geographical region of Romania in western Wallachia. It is situated between the Danube, the Southern Carpathians and the Olt river.
Romania tourist attractions
I will tell you some important things about Romania’s flora and fauna. Nowadays, one-third of Romania's territory is a mountain area, largely forested, where most of the interesting flora and fauna are to be found. Another third of the country territory is hills and plateaux areas, with a fair quantity of woodland still remaining, and another third is a plain area, most intensively farmed.
The capital of Romania is first documented for the first time in 1462 during the time of Radu cel Frumos brother of Vlad the Impaler. It first, became the capital of Romania in 1859 when Alexandru Ioan Cuza established the capital of the new state Romania in Bucharest. Bucharest was developed very well during the time of Carol I - our first king of the Hohenzollern -Sigmaringen dynasty.