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Villa for 12 people, with garden and pool
33 reviews
Carpathians, Brașov
£28per night
Villa for 10 people, with hot tub
10 pers., 2 bedrooms, 110m²
1 review
£36per night
Manor for 12 people, with garden
12 pers., 6 bedrooms
Carpathians, Suceava
£149per night
Villa for 9 people
9 pers., 4 bedrooms
Carpathians, Argeș
£106per night
Villa for 12 people, with garden and sauna
12 pers., 5 bedrooms, 300m², 1.6km to skiing
15 reviews
Carpathians, Brașov
£128per night
Villa for 14 people, with hot tub
14 pers., 7 bedrooms
Carpathians, Hunedoara
£85per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
7 reviews
Bucharest, Municipiul București
£55per night
Villa for 5 people, with balcony
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 200m²
Bucharest, Municipiul București
£46per night
Villa for 10 people, with balcony
12 reviews
Bucharest, Municipiul București
£181per night
Villa for 2 people
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 25m²
Bucharest, Municipiul București
£178per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden and hot tub
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 46m², 6.4km to skiing
£57per night
Villa for 18 people, with garden
Carpathians, Maramureș
0per night
Villa for 10 people, with garden
10 pers., 1 bedroom, 4.3km to skiing
Carpathians, Brașov
0per night
Villa for 10 people, with pool and garden
Carpathians, Prahova
0per night
Villa for 10 people, with garden and pool
10 pers., 1 bedroom
Carpathians, Maramureș
0per night
Villa for 2 people
20 reviews
Carpathians, Sibiu
0per night
Villa for 20 people, with garden
Carpathians, Argeș
0per night
Villa for 15 people, with garden
Carpathians, Sibiu
0per night
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Highlights in Romania

  • Magnificent land of castles
  • Fabulous wonders of nature
  • Fantastic cruises on the Danube
  • Interesting past and history
  • Vibrant and exciting capital city

Most popular amenities for Villas in Romania

Internet 1,333
Balcony/Terrace 604
TV 1,165
Air condition 844
Garden 249
Parking 869
Washing machine 956
Heating 1,092
Elevator 500

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Villas in Romania

Villas in the great unknown

Romania remains the great unknown of Europe, being normally outside the usual tourist itineraries, which is a great advantage for those travellers who enjoy authentic destinations and away from mass tourism. In addition, prices remain quite cheap and it has several attractions such as the Carpathian mountains, its culture, numerous castles and monasteries and picturesque villages with a lot of charm. What are you waiting for to book your house in Romania? Find fantastic villas in Transylvania, Moldova or Maramures. If you prefer close to the beach, in Constance you can find the ones that best suit your needs.


Most villas can be found in central and east Romania, where the properties are close to nature and beautiful landscapes. Magnificent buildings with traditional architecture and a lot of charm. Comfortable rooms and lounges to rest and spend some time with friends and family. Most villas have a terrace or a private garden, where you can enjoy the good weather in the company of your dearest ones during the summer. Would you like to bring your furry friend with you? No problem, there are many villas in Romania that will allow you to stay with your four-legged friend.

Travellers and activities

Romania for food lovers

Romania’s gastronomy is a combination of delicious and mouthwatering bites that will raise your taste buds. Romanian food is based on traditional recipes that are a feast for any food lover. Try some poppy seeds paste, Cozonac, Pomana or Mici meat rolls. Everything can be paired with a great Romanian wine, that you can drink with your meals or take it home as a present for yourself or your friends.Taste a bit of Romania!

Romania for history buffs

Those travellers who do not know much Romania will not have too many visual references of the country with the exception of Transylvania Castle, related to the famous Vlad "The Impaler", the historical character that inspired Bram Stoker to create his famous character - "Dracula". If you decide to sènd your holidays in Romania, it will not take you long to realise that it is not the only castle, but that the whole country is a land of castles, such as Hunedoara, Peles or Rasnov. But also of beautiful churches, beautiful walled cities, idyllic landscapes, lush forests and eccentric constructions of the communist era.

Did you know the tallest wooden church is in Marmura, Romania?

Top 7 travel tips in Romania

1. Visit the best preserved Delta in Europe

Before flowing into the Black Sea, the Danube River forms a fantastic delta. This delta is home to 23 different natural ecosystems where more than 300 bird species migrate from April to September. Visit the area and get mesmerised by the unique beauty of this nature paradise.

2. Visit Bucharest, the capital

The capital of Romania, Bucharest, is the cultural, industrial, and financial centre of the country. Visit iconic landmarks such as the massive communist-era Palatul Parlamentului government building with 1,100 rooms or the Romanian Athenaeum. Nearby, there is the historic Lipscani district where its lively nightlife scene will help you create great memories of your trip. Visit the tiny Eastern Orthodox Stavropoleos Church and the 15th-century Curtea Veche Palace.

3. Fall in love with the Transylvanian villages

In the Transylvania region you cannot miss the opportunity to visit the beautiful villages of Sibiu, Brașov and Sighișoara. Special mention should be made of the town of Bran, where Peles Castle is located, referred to as Dracula’s castle. This magnificent castle is perched on a rock, above the flowing river. Experience the myth, the history and the magic within the castle walls and discover all its secrets.

4. Discover Bigar Waterfall

An extraordinary wonder of nature is that of Bigar waterfall. The moss and stone turn it into a real show. A liquid veil nestled in Caras-Severin County, western Romania, where locals know it as “the miracle from the Minis Canyon”. Eight metres of water plunging over a dramatic green carpet of moss. Once the water reaches the rounded stone, it is diverted into countless little streams. A truly unique and magic show for your eyes that looks as though it comes from another world.

5. A fantastic cruise along the mighty Danube River

From Tulcea you can enjoy an incredible experience, a boat cruise on the canals of this majestic river. You can enjoy the rich flora and fauna of the area from a unique perspective. Enjoy the sights of the ruins of the Roman bridge at Drobeta, Topolnita Cave, The Iron Gates Dam. Marvel at the views of the cities of Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Orșova, Giurgiu, Oltenița, Brăila, Galați and Tulcea. Before arriving into the Black Sea, you will pass through the most impressive wetlands of the Danube Delta. Enjoy the boat cruise and the views!

6. Take a tour of the Bucovina monasteries

Romania is well known for its numerous monasteries. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Bucovina Monasteries are a must in any trip to Romania. These painted monasteries are a unique and picturesque treasure. Far from being simple wall decorations, the frescoes were meant to disclose the story of the Bible and the most important Orthodox Saints. Architectural masterpieces with elegant lines and fantastic colours blending with the landscape that make them one-of-a-kind in Europe. There are many to see but the most emblematic are those of Moldovita, Sucevita and Voronet.

7. Discover the underground glacier

An underground glacier is hidden in Romania. In the Carpathian chain, most specifically in the Apuseni Mountains you can find Scărișoara Cave, the biggest ice cave, considered as a natural wonder of the country. This cave, also considered a glacier cave, is the second largest underground glacier in the European continent.

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