Romania Tour Package
|Romania Tour Itinerary
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|Best of Romania Tour Package
||05 Days / 04 Nights
|Exciting Romania Package
||06 Days / 05 Nights
|6 Nights Romania Tour from India
||07 Days / 06 Nights
|Romania Honeymoon Package
||08 Days / 07 Nights
|Exquisite Romania Package
||09 Days / 06 Nights
Best Time to Visit Romania
During the current years, many people curious about our tours have actually been asking us when would be the best season to visit Romania. Of course, every season is interesting in its own way and no matter when you come here, you will find something nice to see and do. You can ski in one of the Romanian winter resorts if you interpose December and also March or you can get a stunning tan on the Black Sea coast if you come from June to September. Anyway, if you are interested in a tour of Romania, you should think about two factors to influence your timing decision: the weather conditions as well as the traveling costs.
Although by far the hottest time of the year, summer or early autumn is the perfect time to investigate Transylvania's festivals and hiking trails (though brief but violent thunderstorms are common in the Carpathians during this period), as well as to see the painted monasteries of Bucovina, while flocks of birds again pass through the Delta in late autumn.
5 Best Places to Visit in Romania
Romania is a country packed with a well-preserved history. The culture, iconic landmark, and lovely landscapes make it a fantastic travel destination.
With a bold and cosmopolitan capital city, a plethora of quaint medieval towns, a unique delta, and a Black Sea Coast filled with contrasts, and an unexpected mix of natural & cultural gems, Romania is an interesting country, to say the least.
Sighisoara is one of the best places to visit in Romania because of its gorgeous preserved walled town. During the 12th century German craftsmen as well as merchants, The Transylvanian Saxons, were invited right here by the King of Hungary to settle and defend the frontier. They established a flourishing trading town here and also the castle visitors see today. It was later extended and enlarged in the 14th century.
Romania’s capital and commercial center have great energy and the locals know how to have fun. Absolutely, Bucharest's the majority of iconic landmarks is the communist-era Palatul Parlamentului government building. With 1,100 rooms and also its huge blueprint, it's the 2nd largest building on the planet. Enjoy everything from the nightlife in the Lipscani area to the 15th-century Curtea Veche royal residence where Vlad the Impaler once ruled. Must-sees include the Romanian Athenaeum and Cismigiu Garden.
3. The Bucegi Sphinx
The Romanian Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Natural Park. It lies in a complex with rock formations. You'll acknowledge a Sphinx in the profile of the rock. It's most convenient to see on November 21st when the sun goes right behind it.
Biertan is an additional amazing place where you can see the Saxon influence in its architecture. Make sure to go to the church in addition to capital. You can see it from the village square, and also the entire village itself has been around that 1238.
5. Painted Monasteries
Found in the northeast area of Romania, Bucovina's painted monasteries are genuinely unique sights. The exterior walls of a handful of monasteries were painted in colorful frescoes in the 15th as well as 16th centuries. The scenes feature masterpieces of saints, prophets, Jesus, angels, demons, heaven, hell, and more. Originally, they were painted to make the stories of the Scriptures offered to all of the surrounding citizens. The churches are currently listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.