Romania

Découvrez les extrêmes de la Roumanie, que ce soit des traditions de folklore inchangées de la région de Marmatie au nord, aux bars animés de la ville universitaire branchée de Cluj-Napoca. Promenez-vous le long des rues étroites de la ville baroque de Brașov et découvrez la capitale éclectique de Bucarest. Revenez pour partir en randonnée dans les montagnes de Transylvanie et prenez un bain de soleil sur la côte de la mer Noire.

Holidays in Romania

Romania.

Seek out the medieval castles that stud the central Transylvania region. See how Romanian peasants still live off the land in the Maramures region. Follow communism's course in southern Bucharest from the sprawling Palace of Parliament to Revolution Square. Head west for the cultured city of Timisoara, and go east for the Black Sea's sandy coastline and resorts.

City breaks in Romania

Romania.

Walk along the wide, tree-lined boulevards past the communist palaces and classical mansions of Bucharest. Wander through the small, cobbled alleyways of the ancient city of Brasov, where red-roofed houses give way to Romania’s largest Gothic church. Explore the UNESCO-listed, fortified city of Sighisoara. And take in Cluj-Napoca, Romania’s biggest university city, where life revolves around its buzzing, cafe-lined squares.

Things to do in Romania

Romania.

Explore Maramures, where horse-drawn carriages rumble past wooden churches that dot rolling green hills. In Bukovina, you’ll find meticulously painted frescos in 15th-century monasteries. The Carpathian mountains traverse Transylvania and its deep forests and medieval castles. Take your binoculars to the Danube Delta Reserve to spot grey herons and great white pelicans. Or relax on sandy beaches along the Black Sea coast.