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Thanks to the rich nourishment of the Carpathians and the Danube River, Romania is blessed with diverse landscapes and idyllic environment. It is featured by the world-famous Bran Castle, Transfagarasan road, medieval cities of Sibiu & Sighisoara, and several UNESCO world heritage sites. All its cultural attractions have integrated with the Carpathian Mountains and the picturesque Danube Delta in a perfect way. If you are looking for a simple but meaningful travel experience, our hand-picked Romania tour packages are just made for you.

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What to See in Romania for First Time Travelers?

The first-time travelers are highly recommended to explore the Prahova Valley, the Danube Delta, Transylvania, Maramures and Bucovina. 

Start from Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, and enjoy two days in the Prahova Valley, where you can get a stunning view of the Carpathian Mountains by standing on the impressive Rasnov Fortress. On the way, you will also visit other highlights, like Peles Castle, vampire Dracula's Bran Castle, the Bear Sanctuary, etc. Travelers who love natural wetland cannot miss the breathtaking beauty of the Danube Delta where you can take a private boat to watch the amazing sunset by joining a two-day tour. If it happens to be between July 1st and October 31st, add one more day to visit the world-famous Transfagarasan road.

To get to know more about Romania, spend 3 or 4 more days to explore Transylvania. Besides the UNESCO Saxon villages, you will also have the chance to visit the Turda Salt Mine, the medieval Corvin Castle and city of Sighisoara. Bucovina and Maramures regions also have many UNESCO sites, like Budesti wooden church, Moldovita Painted Monastery. If you are interested, make a 5-day Romania holiday there. What's more, these two lands offer authentic rural scenery, and the traditional customs and crafts are most alive, like wood carving and painting on the eggshell. In Maramures, an overnight stay in a local wooden house is a must-do during your Romania tours.
Transfagarasan Road
Corvin Castle

When is the Best Time to Visit Romania?

Romania is a great travel destination all the year round. It has a temperate continental climate with four distinct seasons, mild spring (March - May), hot summer (June - August), cool autumn (September - November), cold and snowy winter (December - February). Overall, Romania's rainfall is modest and precipitation in the Carpathians are higher than that in the other parts. With moderate temperatures between 8℃ - 26℃ ( 46℉ - 78℉), spring and autumn here offer picturesque scenery and a warm and cozy travel experience in the Danube Delta, Transylvania, Bucovina and Maramures. The temperature in summer is 18℃ - 35℃ (64℉ - 95℉), while it is a good time to enjoy yourself in Romania's pleasant mountain area to escape the heatwave. If you are a skiing lover, you may find that Romania is a paradise in winter with the temperature of -15℃ - 3℃ ( 5℉ - 37℉).

Do I Need a Visa for Romania Tours?

Tourists from some countries can enjoy a 90-day visa-free stay in Romania, such as USA, Canada, Australia, and EU member states. Those who need a visa for Romania vacations need to go to their local Romania consulate for visa application. E-visa is also accepted. Holders of the Schengen visa with multiple entries can also enter Romania.

How to Get to and Travel around Romania?

Visitors flying from abroad often land at Bucharest Otopeni International Airport (OTP). In Romania, the traffic condition still needs much improvement. You will mostly see one-way street or two-lane road, which is short of tourist centers or travelling guidance. But don't worry about that. For internal transfer, we will use a private air-conditioned vehicle and a licensed and experienced driver to make your trip an easier and more comfortable one.

What Type of Plugs are Used in Romania?

In Romania, electrical appliances use type C or F power plugs working with the standard voltage of 230 V and the frequency of 50Hz.