Popular Lettings in Romania
Highlights in Romania
- Dracula’s Castle
- Crossroads of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe
- Danube Delta
- skiing resorts
- Gothic architecture
Most popular in Romania
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Romania
You can book your most desired holiday rentals in Romania on the basis of your favourite period of relaxing time. Renewed 17th century properties welcome you with elegance. Unique historic places with traditional, modern or unique decorations with spectacular views and character. Several beach resorts such as Mamia, Efore, Neptun on the coast and the ski resorts of Busteni, Azuga o Sinaia. Any holiday letting in these areas will fulfill your needs while in the country!Rentals in the middle of the Carpathians
You will find a great range of rentals well suited with all appropriate amenities not only for small groups, families and large groups but also for couples looking for romantic sites all across the nation. If you are a pet lover, you can even book lettings that allow up to two pets per group. Furnished kitchens, underfloor heating, private swimming pools and private gardens will make your stay a very pleasant journey. All of them are convenient for the beach, city centre, waterfront, lake, skiing or any other outings you might prefer to take.
Holiday in Romania
The area and getting around
This country is strategically located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, which makes it a great tourist destination for anyone longing for a perfect getaway from daily routines. From Bucharest to Transylvania and other regions, natural settings and attractions, stunning UNESCO sites and a delicious traditional cuisine are the best ingredients to live the authentic Romanian experience. Keep in mind that many people there do not have cars so this is why all major cities have a train station and the whole country is designed around bus networks, trains and the maxi-tax, a good option to go and visit traditional Romanian villages without a train station.Tasting a bit of Romania
The culinary element of the country is worth mentioning. Traditional Romanian foods that are a feast for your taste buds. Sarmale cabbage rolls, Mici meat rolls, Pomana porcului pork meat, Papanasi cottage cheese dessert and Cozonac, a sweet bread filled with a sweet walnut paste, poppy seeds paste or Turkish delight. Spend some time eating out at the eateries while visiting the different villages and castles around the area, shopping and getting Romanian wine as a souvenir.
Travellers and activities
Romania has a temperate and continental climate, with four distinct seasons throughout the year. The popular summer attractions of Mamaia are worth visiting to beach lovers who want to soak in the sun, as well as a visit to the alluring sandy beaches by the Black Sea coast. Winter fans may be able to enjoy the most popular skiing resorts along the Valea Prahovei and Poiana Brasov. Another significant alternative is rural tourism that is focused on folklore and traditions, promoting such sites as Bran and its Dracula’s Castle and the wooden churches of Maramures, among others perfect for a spring or autumn getaway.Romania for World heritage site lovers
Romania is home to 8 cultural sites included in the list of World Heritage Sites- The Churches of Moldavia, Dacian fortresses, Historic centre of Sighișoara, Danube Delta, Beech forests of the Carpathians, Monastery of Horezu, fortified churches in Transylvania and the Wooden churches of Maramura. There are also multiple castles as popular tourist attractions. Take a day trip and learn about all the legends, myths and history of these fabulous places.
Romanian-born Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize of Literature.
Top 5 travel spots in Romania
Danube Delta is the final emptying point of the second largest European river coursing through ten countries southeast-ward. The grandest natural scenery to Eastern Europe, an incomparable biodiversity and untouched landscapes will make outdoor lovers enjoy themselves in this unique and one of a kind wild scenery. The waters flow into the Black Sea and it hosts over 300 species in its numerous lakes and marshes. Get deeper into its beauty hiring a local guide for a boat tour and we can assure you will be mesmerized by its natural beauty.2. Dracula’s castle in Transylvania
A lovely day trip from either Bucharest or Brasov. Bran castle, commonly known as Dracula’s castle is a national monument and landmark in Romania. Take a day tour and experience the intrigue, the history, the myth and the magic of this remarkable place. It won’t disappoint you.3. A Gothic masterpiece
If you plan to visit Bran Castle, the next stop has to be Brasov, the medieval and iconic city. In the middle of the city stands its imposing Gothic church, hard to miss when strolling around the Old Town. The Black Church, this iconic landmark, is full of impressive things such as a mechanical organ, Oriental carpets and an antique carved pulpit.4. The haunted forest of Hoia Baciu
Lots of stories and plenty of myths lie within this unusual forest. Strange vegetation, trees with unusual shapes and a round-shaped patch where no vegetation grows. Hence the name of this peculiar forest.A visit that is sure to impress you!5. Make the Carpathians your winter playground
Often rated as a cheap and affordable skiing destination with such a beautiful scenery, up to 199 km of slopes, and lots of snow. This is a great destination for winter sports lovers. Admire the white scenery, have fun in the snow and enjoy your stay.
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