Romania is located in the South-Eastern Europe, with its 19,1 million citizens and shares boarders with Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia and Moldova.
The Historical Castles
The historical significance of Romania was created by the presence of the many castles everywhere. The biggest attractions for the tourists are the magnificent castles. These castles are built in ancient times and showing off the European greatness and Romanian past. The atmosphere in them is filled with mystery, and it’s a once in a lifetime experience.
The most famous castles are “The Peles” and “Corvin” and “The Royal Palace” in Bucharest.
It is possible to take guided tours in those places to get informations about the historical facts.
Beaches along the Black Sea
The beaches along the Black Sea cost would be your best bet. Romania has 225 miles’ white sandy beaches dotted with hotels and natural spas.
Amongst the best-preserved medieval cities are Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara.
The Clock Tower
One of Sighisoara’s most famous attractions is the Clock Tower, built in the 14th century.
The Dracula House
The Dracula House, also called Vlad Dracula is another famous attraction in Sighisoara.
This is the home to one third of Europe’s mineral water and hot springs, which are located on “Mangalia”, “Neptune”, “Eforie North” and several other places in Romania.
If you are planning a vacation to Romania, you should also know that it’s the most diverse country in terms of climate, terrain, flora and fauna, snowy mountains and a coastline where you can ski on snow or on water.