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Romania is probably not the first place you’d think of when looking for a holiday in Europe, but it is fast-becoming a tourist favourite, and it’s easy to see why. The country is rich in history and the arts and is home to some of Europe’s most popular wines. The capital city of Bucharest, often dubbed ‘Little Paris’, is a bustling metropolis ideal for a city break. It is famed for its provision of the high-life VIP experience. However, Bucharest is not just for shopping and scenic strolls; it is home to numerous points of historical, cultural, and political interest. Further afield, Romania is home to some truly stunning areas of scenic natural beauty including the Danube Delta, Retezat National Park, and the Piatra Craiului Mountains. Romania is also the ideal destination for travellers on a budget, so with our cheap holidays, Romania a great place for a European getaway.
Why book Romania holidays
Must-visit historical sites
Romania is filled with fascinating hilltop castles including Bran Castle and Peles Castle
Top attractions to visit
Cetatea Rasnov, Black Church & Corvins' Castle
Lush natural wonders
Romania has loads of stunning lakes to visit, including Red Lake
Great national parks
Retezat National Park is simply wonderful for nature hikes and views
Art & culture
Head to the National Museum of Art of Romania and the Romanian Athenaeum for your art and culture dose
Explore the city
Check out the Romania capital of Bucharest for iconic landmarks and sights
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Your guide to Romania holidays
Stavropoleos should be top of your to-do list for your Romanian getaway. Visitors can take in a cultural heritage collection of Byzantine art and music, artefacts, frescoes and icons. It is also home to the Stavropoleos Monastery, a religious and architectural gem. It’s extremely rare to find a monastery like this in the centre of a city, particularly in Europe.
There’s plenty to see and do in the capital of Bucharest, including the gorgeous architecture of the Romanian Athenaeum, the National Museums of art and natural history, and Cotroceni Palace. After all that sightseeing, a trip to Herastrau park with its large lake and woodlands is the ideal way to unwind.
If you’re staying in Bucharest, a day trip further afield to marvel at Romania’s historic medieval towns is definitely on the cards. Vampire country in Transylvania is home to the menacing Bran Castle, which has to be seen to be believed.
Although it may not be the first place that jumps to mind when you think of beach holidays, Romania does boast some spectacular seaside getaway destinations. Bordering on the Black Sea, its 245 kilometres of coast in the south east is full of beautiful lakes and seaside. For a sandy beach in the sun, the port city of Constata is ideal; its golden coast stretches all the way to the Bulgarian border. Temperatures in Constata reach 29 degrees on average during the summer months, and the resort gets 11 hours of sunshine daily. Mamaia is another coastal hotspot. Its narrow stretch of light, fine-sand beach lies between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol – one of the most popular water sports destinations at the Romanian seaside. The area boasts hotels, a casino, great nightlife and many restaurants, but it is also steeped in legend and home to a beautiful calcareous island.
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