Many will not consider visiting Romania during their vacation, but they are mistaken. This often busy tourist destination is isolated with beautiful forests, royal castles and great mountains.
Romania is a sovereign state located in Southeastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, and Moldova. It has a temperate-continental climate. With almost 20 million inhabitants, the country is the seventh most populous member state of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth-largest city in the EU.
Romania is a hidden gem filled with beautiful forests, regal castles and epic mountains.
Owing to its rich medieval history, Romania is positively saturated with beautiful castles in various states of repair. The country also has a huge amount of undisturbed forest (and the largest population of brown bears in Europe), making it a great destination for nature lovers. With the Carpathian mountains running through the center of the country, the combination makes for some unforgettably memorable views.
The territory is characterized by a large biogeographical diversity, with natural
resources which constitute a natural heritage able to assure a harmonious and sustainable
development of the country now and in the future.
A large variety of ecosystems, habitats and wild species, some of them priceless through their
uniqueness, form the natural heritage of the country, which ensure a wealth of renewable
natural resources. Many of the wild plant and animal species from the country’s territory are
endemic or relict with evolution significance, and other species like the brown bear, the lynx
or the wolf which have disappeared or are hardly surviving in other European countries, in
Romania they are in a very good state of conservation. As regards flora, approximately 3630 plant species exist in Romania, of which 23 are declared natural monuments. In the same time, Romania’s territory
has a major importance in the area of migration of many wild animal species, of those state of
conservation is of international importance. Forests and landscapes in their natural state, with
the wealth of biological diversity, are proof of the deep understanding by the people of these
places of the importance of natural heritage protection of which their past, present and future
Let the pictures speak for themselves.
Romanian Tunnel of Love
The Moss Swamp
Bran (dracula) Castle
The Transfagarasan, Transylvania