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Discover Romania

March 21, 2019
Discover Romania

Discover Romania

 

Romania is by far one of the FlightGurus favorite location to visit. It has everything one could want. Beautiful views, fine food and a extremely large array of options for evening entertainment.  Drive away from the city and you’ll find yourself in awe at the  the breathtaking sight of the Carpathian mountains and castles that honestly will make you feel as if you are in a dream.

Sector 5 in Bucharest offers the Herăstrău Park.  The largest of several parks around man-made lakes on the Colentina River running through the city’s north and east side) houses the Village Museum, an open-air theater, various sports grounds, an amusement park and numerous restaurants and clubs. Has boat rental and boat-trips in summer.

Then there’s the rugged stone churches and dazzling monasteries dot a pristine landscape of rocky mountains and rolling hills. Transylvanian towns have stepped out of time, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy.

Herăstrău Park

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Castles & Medieval Towns
Transylvania, the land that gave us Dracula, has no shortage of jaw-dropping castles pitched precariously on rocky hilltops. There’s spooky Bran Castle, of course, with its spurious connection to Bram Stoker’s fictional count, but don’t overlook beauties such as Hunedoara’s 14th-century Corvin Castle or King Carol I’s sumptuous 19th-century pile, Peleş Castle. In medieval towns like Braşov, Sighişoara and Sibiu, cobbled walkways support chic streetside cafes, while a cacophony of sounds emanating from student bars and clubs echo off the Gothic and baroque facades in lively Cluj-Napoca. Transylvania’s Saxon villages boast fortified churches that date back half a millennium.

Transylvanian

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Outdoor Activities
The rocky peaks of Transylvania and Moldavia, snow-capped from mid-October in some years, call out for conquering, and well-marked trails lead to summits from all directions. There are less adventurous but no less rewarding walks through woods, meadows and villages in other parts of the country. The Danube Delta is a vast and unique protected wetland and makes a perfect backdrop for fishing, boating and, especially, bird-watching in spring. In summer, from mid-June to early September, the action moves to the Black Sea coast.

When the season is right, travel to Constant Beach resorts fill up with swimmers, divers, sunbathers and partiers, who come for the all-night, open-air clubbing marathons. I personally stayed at Hotel Vega and can genuinely say that it was fantastic and will return as soon as possible

Constanta, Romania

Constanta, Romania

Bran Castle Transylvania

Constanta, Mamaia Beach

“Little Paris” Bucharest

Herastrau Park Bucharest