Romania Travel and Tourism



These are two peaceful villages which became the traditional destination for those enjoying quiet beaches, nature tourism and sea swimming.


Located only 8 km north of the Bulgarian border, it is very well known, especially as a watering resort. Formerly called Callatis, a fortified fortress, Mangalia is situated at the same latitude as French Nice and Monte Carlo resorts. The Mangalia Hotel, a special cure hotel with 280 rooms, stays open throughout the year and is served by highly...


These resorts are situated south of Neptun and are the best destinations for budget holidays. They offer a wide variety of inexpensive but comfortable hotels, villas and campgrounds.


It is the most fashionable Romanian resort, situated near a forest of oak trees (Comorova forest) and in the vicinity of two sweet water lakes. The resort has 14,700 beds in hotels and villas (1 to 3 stars) stars. It is Ceausescu's former summer residence. Excellent facilities: luxury hotels and villas on the beach or in the Comorova forest,...


It opens on the first of May every year and it is Romania's summer youth capital.


The resort has over 2,500 beds in hotels and villas (rated from 1 to 2 stars). It is famous for its cold mud baths ("Baile Reci") cure centre located near the Techirghiol Lake, providing open air cures with hyper salted water from the lake and the famous Romanian Gerovital cure.


Located 17 kilometres south of Constanta, Eforie Nord has over 3,300 beds in hotels and villas (rated from1 to 3 stars), out of which nearly 1400 are in the watering touristic complex. The slime vegetable mud of the Techirghiol Lake is of great help in the treatment of rheumatic and dermatological diseases.


Major resort (27000 beds in 61 hotels), known as "The Pearl of the Black Sea", is situated just few kilometres north of Constanta. It has the finest sand and the smoothest beach along the entire coast. As if especially designed for families, it provides entertainment and sports facilities: water sports (on sea and on Mamaia lake), tennis, bowling...

Vatra Dornei

Situated in the northern part of the country at the crossing of Moldavia and Transilvania, and it is known because of the mineral and carbonated springs even since the beginning of the 19th century. The Rarau, Giumalau, Calimani Mountains, with numerous mountain (winter or summer) tracks, are a major attraction for tourists. It has several...


The most important resort in Maramures, Borsa is situated in the Rodnei Mountains at 860 m altitude. Surrounded by secular forests, the resort benefits from a climate which is favourable to the treatment of several affections, especially neuroses. It is open throughout the year and there are comfortable accommodation places in hotels and cabins....


Situated in the Cindrelului Mountains of the Meridional Carpathians, not far from Sibiu. It is situated at the highest altitude in the country, 1442 m, and goes back in time in the 19th century. Many accommodation spaces in hotels and villas, ski tracks provided with cable transportation systems, restaurants, bars and commercial spaces. The...


The resort is situated in the northern part of the Carpathians at 800 m altitude and has comfortable hotels and villas. The main touristic attractions are the Duruitoarea falls, very close to the resort, and a small church painted by N. Tonitza, one of the biggest Romanian painters. Short trips can be organised starting from the resort to the...


Situated at 15 km North distance from Busteni, it is a resort known as early as the 12th century, especially because of the springs rich in minerals. Azuga offers excellent facilities for skiing on a modern track recently provided with lighting installation.


Situated on the same Prahova Valley as Predeal or Sinaia, at 880 metres altitude, it is the main access gate towards the touristic and alpine tracks in the Bucegi Mountains. The Sphinx and the Babele (Old Women), true natural monuments created by erosion of the rocks during time by wind and rain, together with the Cross of Heroes (49 metres high,...


Situated on the Prahova Valley at the foot of the Furnica and Piatra Arsa Mountains, at 800 metres altitude, Sinaia is known as a touristic resort ever since 1860 when King Carol I established his summer residence here. Called “the Pearl of the Carpathians”, Sinaia has a bob track and numerous ski tracks, hotels (Holliday Inn, International,...