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Romania is one of the most fascinating and unique countries in Europe, offering a mixture of awe-inspiring nature, rich history, culture, folk traditions, and diverse architecture. There is something to admire at every corner of this country, from the Black Sea coast to snow-capped mountains, verdant hills and vineyards, gigantic glaciers, and cascading waterfalls, not to mention the largest and best-preserved delta in Europe. 

Romania has an interesting heritage; Transylvania Romania is a great spot to delve deep into the country’s past, home to medieval towns with well-preserved architectural marvels, plus villages taking you back in time to a bygone era with enchanting legends. There are also some of Europe’s most beautiful castles in Romania, including the German Renaissance Peles Castle, the gothic-style Corvinesti Castle, and Bran Castle, aka Dracula’s Castle Romania. 

There is so much culture to immerse yourself into in Romania. The country still very much follows Romanian folklore traditions, with interesting customs and legends still celebrated today. There are lots of vibrant festivals you can take part in here, from smaller local gatherings in villages to high-scale week long events. Book cheap holidays to Romania with Brightsun and look forward to a myriad of adventures. 

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Parliament Hotel

Strada Izvor 106, Bucure?ti 050564, Romania

Bed and Breakfast 3 Nights
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Top Destinations In Romania



Bucharest, the colourful capital of Romania offers a blend of modernity and historic charm, with contemporary buildings set alongside centuries old landmarks featuring Art Nouveau and Byzantine styles. Bucharest Romania is a relatively green city with plenty of lush parks, and the city also boasts the charming Bucharest Old Town, impressive museums, cosy cafes, a booming restaurant scene, and thriving entertainment and cultural centres. A Bucharest city break makes for an exciting travel adventure.

Helpful Information about Romania 

Romania Currency: You’ll be spending Romanian Leus. 

Romania Language: Romanian 

Local Time: 3 hours ahead of GMT.  

Flight Time from the UK: Approximately 3/3.5hrs  

Tourist Information: Visit the official Romania tourist information site for lots of helpful information regarding upcoming events, where to go, what to do, and how to get around. 

Health/Travel Restrictions: To travel to Romania, British citizens need a valid passport. A travel visa is not required. For up-to-date travel advice and health recommendations visit the government’s travel advice for Romania.  

Other FAQs:

Q: What are the Romania entry requirements?

A: Visitors to Romania must have a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the day they leave. Visas are not required for travel to Romania for trips up to 90 days.   

Q: Is Romania safe?

A: Visits to Romania are usually trouble free, and violent crime in the country is rare, however petty theft does still occur, including muggings and pickpocketing. It’s advised to be vigilant in public spaces.  

Q: What is Romania famous for?

A: Romania is best known for being home to the Danube Delta and being associated with the legends from Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel, which is based in Transylvania.  

Q: How big is Romania?

A: Romania is the 12th largest country in Europe, covering an area of approx. 238,397 square kilometres, which is slightly smaller than the UK. 

Top Things to do in Romania 

When in Bucharest, the Romania capital, a visit to the Old Town is a must. This landmark attraction is one of the oldest in the city, dating back to the 15th century. Visitors should also head to the iconic Palatul Parlamentului: the second-largest administrative building in the world and the heaviest building in the world, and also the Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History: one of the country’s finest museum spaces. Other enticing things to do in Bucharest include escaping the bustle of the city to lush parks such as Herastrau Park, home to Lake Herastrau. 

Romania Weather 

Romania has a relatively mild climate with 4 seasons: spring (March-May), which sees cooler mornings and evenings and warm afternoons, summer (June-August), which offers warm weather with more sunshine hours, autumn (September-November), with cool and dry weather, and winter (December-February), often cold with occasional snowfall. Romania’s warmest month is July, its coldest month is January, and its average annual rainfall is 26 inches.  

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