Lying on the Balkan Peninsula, in southeastern Europe, Romania flaunts a warm and spontaneous Latin character. The country is packed with charming mountain resorts, rustic old towns, ancient cobblestoned quarters, majestic fortified churches, and Gothic buildings. Romania is also known for its rich thriving folk culture, isolated hamlets, and self-sufficient villages. Flaunting a diverse landscape, packed with thick forests, majestic mountains, rugged hills, and beautiful plains, Romania casts a magical sight of beauty. Green meadows, rocky outcrops, deciduous and pine forests, and sprawling marshes define aptly the natural beauty of the country. Cobbled walkways, chic cafes, jazzy restaurants, add to the modern beauty of Romania.
Romania is packed with a myriad of very famous attractions, starting from painted monasteries to majestic castles. Some of the beautiful heritage sites of the country include Bran Castle, Peles Castle, Poenari Castle, and the Palace of Culture. Other prime places of interest in Romania that have been attracting a heavy influx of tourists since time immemorial including the Danube Delta, the Sphinx and Babele, Cluj-Napoca, The Red Ravine, Sarmizegetusa Regia, Sighisoara, and Brukenthal Art Museum.
Romania allows tourists to indulge in a plethora of fun and exciting activities. While you are in this country, you can take a heritage tour through Corvin Castle, the Council Tower of Sibiu, Curtea Veche, Merry Cemetery, Putna Monastery, and Mogosoaia Palace. You can also walk through history at the various museums of the country, including the Museum of Banat, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, The National Museum of Art of Romania and the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum. You can also spot the brown bears in their natural habitat, sunbathe on the beaches by the Black Sea, and go on an authentic Romanian food tour.
Romania enjoys a temperate-continental climate with long cold winters and hot summers. The country experiences its best weather in the month of April when wildflowers blossom and the people prepare for Easter celebrations. Marking the onset of autumn, September also sees nice weather with long warm days. January and February is also a good time to experience Romania shrouded in scenic white wilderness, offering excellent snow sports.