Romania is the largest country in Southeastern Europe, with a surface area of 238,391 square kilometres. Its terrain is distributed roughly equally between mountainous, hilly and lowland territories, making it perfect for both summer and winter holidays.
Romania is mostly known for the fact that it is the home of Count Dracula as well as the beautiful landscape of green forests, medieval churches, stunning seaside villages and historic gems that would impress anybody, even those who are not interested in architecture and history. Bran Castle is probably the country's top tourist attraction, but there is so much more to this Balkan state than just fictional fame.
In Romania's forests which are covering the Carpathian Mountains you will find Europe's last remaining population of brown bears as well as wolves.
While you may not wish to chaise bears you may however wish to enjoy the white sandy coastline along the Black Sea which provides families and groups with picturesque seaside holidays.
The adventurous travellers such as hikers and walkers can enjoy the untouched natural scenery and fresh air.