Romania: The nation with absolute incongruity! With mindfully designed Romania vacation packages, you will discover everything about its contrasting nature and what makes it so. the Balkan Peninsula country, in the past, was under the rule of Romans. Not very surprisingly, there are plenty of slowly mushrooming art communities, beautiful ancient cities & many idiosyncratic hotel resorts. History is something that is present in every inch of Romani’s air, at every step, you will discover a place with stories from the past touching your heart. Every single street is dotted with an assortment of medieval castles.
Sighişoara situated on the Târnava Mare River is one of those places where you will explore the history that’s completely unmatchable - cobbled stoned quarters and ancient buildings, it all gives you a reason to travel to this Balkan state. Brașov is another place where Romanian history is engraved in every stone with the 14th-century Bran Castle being one of the examples. Another amazing place to visit in Bucharest, where the medieval architecture will win your heart & the communist-era buildings is definitely not going to let your hopes rise even higher.
Let’s go on this 6 days journey discovering some of the most inspiring cities in the country. Here we go:
Vacation at a Glance
Day 1: Bucharest (București)
Day 2: Sinaia
Day 3: Brasov
Day 4: Cluj-Napoca
Day 5: Timișoara
Day 6: Departure
Bucharest Highlights: The Old Town, Palace of the Parliament, Romanian Athenaeum, Revolution Square, The Arch of Triumph, National Museum of Art, National Museum of Romanian History, and more.
Sinaia Highlights: Peleş Castle, Peleş Castle, Sinaia Monastery, Foişorul Hunting Lodge, Ride a gondola, Dimitrie Ghica Park, Peleş Castle, and more
Brasov Highlights: Black Church, Council Square, The Rope Street, the medieval fortifications, Tampa Mountain, the Black and White Towers, Catherine’s Gate, the Schei District, and more.
Cluj-Napoca Highlights: Union Square, Museum Square, Potaissa Street, Avram Iancu Square, Pharmacy Museum, Cetățuia, Parcul Central, Turda Salt Mine, Turda Gorges, and more.
Timișoara Highlights: Piaţa Unirii, Piaţa Victoriei, Historic Centre, Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, St George’s Cathedral, Roses Park, Muzeul de Artă, Casa Brück, Muzeul Revoluției, and more.
Day 1: Bucharest
Bucharest, Romania’s capital is the most important city here! In the past, approximately at the beginning of the 20th century & the end of the 19th century, the city was often referred to as “The Little Paris” for the impeccable architecture, the language used, and the clothing worn. On your visit to Bucharest, you will discover why it was called so. Also, you will get to see the world’s second-largest building, the people’s House or the Palace of Parliament. It is the only building after the pentagon that is worth seeing for the way it is built with Brancoveanu style and Renaissance blended together. And, the fact that Bucharest is the capital city of Romania makes out that there are a huge number of tourist sites to visit.
Top tourist attractions in Bucharest: The Old Town, Palace of the Parliament, Romanian Athenaeum, Revolution Square, The Arch of Triumph, National Museum of Art, National Museum of Romanian History, and more.
Day 2: Sinaia
The most amazing thing about Sinaia is that it’s conveniently located close to the popular city of Brasov. Tourism is a flourishing affair in Sinaia, and discoverers have a lot in their kitty at this place. Because of the role of the royal residence that this city had played, there are a plethora of historical facts that you will get to discover here. Peles Castle is one of the popular tourist attractions whose construction was started in 1873. Plenty of sculptures, paintings, statues, armors, furniture, and many other tourist attractions will win your heart. And, one of the most popular sites is the Peles Castle. The beautiful surrounding and the amazing pine forest all in the vicinity of the castle is incredible to fall in love with. There are many other amazing tourist attractions in Sinaia that you will get to see in this part of Romania.
Top Tourist Attractions in Sinaia: Pele? Castle, Pele? Castle, Sinaia Monastery, Foi?orul Hunting Lodge, Ride a gondola, Dimitrie Ghica Park, Pele? Castle, and more.
Day 3: Brasov
Your third day of the trip and today you will get yourself ready for Brasov, the second-largest city in Romania after Bucharest. It has a beautifully picturesque old center, the popular ski slopes & the vibrant restaurant scene. Al surrounded with the Southern Carpathians, the super-cool city is located in the middle of the country. And, when you mention the most visited places in Romania, Brasov with plenty of historical attractions and amazing renaissance & baroque architecture, finds its name on the topmost corners of the list. Just about 30 km away from the city’s center, there is the Bran Castle also called the Dracula castle, that’s going to be an important part of your exploration today. Another addition to your list is going to be the winter resort of Poiana Bra?ov, which is popular for winter sports. There are many other tourist spots in Brasov that you can plan to visit if you are left with time.
Other Top Tourist Attractions in Brasov: Black Church, Council Square, The Rope Street, the medieval fortifications, Tampa Mountain, the Black and White Towers, Catherine’s Gate, the Schei District, and more.
Day 4: Cluj-Napoca
Located in the north-eastern part of the country, Cluj-Napoca is the second city that was inhabited after Bucharest. It’s in central Transylvania and so is the unofficial capital of Transylvania. All surrounded by beautiful hills, baroque architecture, and boulevards, the city’s beauty is all incredible. There are many other top tourist attractions in Cluj-Napoca that you will be visiting today.
Top Tourist attractions in Cluj-Napoca: Union Square, Museum Square, Potaissa Street, Avram Iancu Square, Pharmacy Museum, Cet??uia, Parcul Central, Turda Salt Mine, Turda Gorges, and more.
Day 5: Timi?oara
Located beautifully along the Bega River, this amazing city gives you thousands of reasons to stay and take time to explore it. The city is also referred to as “Little Vienna” for the amazing historicism, Wiener Secession, and baroque, which clearly represents the architectural character of this place. It has the largest ensemble of historic buildings. And, with plenty of art galleries, museums, musical nights, theoretical performances, and the vibrant nightlife, every trip gets something special on his/her plate. You will be guided to some of the most inspiring places în Timi?oara with all România vacation packages.
Top tourist Attractions in Timi?oara: Pia?a Unirii, Pia?a Victoriei, Historic Centre, Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, St George’s Cathedral, Roses Park, Muzeul de Art?, Casa Brück, Muzeul Revolu?iei, and more.
Day 6: Departure
This is going to be the end of your vacation. At the end of all Romania vacation packages, every traveler has a plan at the back of his mind for the next trip.
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