Located on the Black Sea, Mamaia is Romania’s most popular seaside resort.
Mamaia is small, however, situated on a strip of land that is about 8 km (5 miles) long.
It has great white sand beaches, just made for sunning or people-watching.
Originally part of the Black Sea, the Danube Delta is a good place to observe nature.
It is home to many unique species of plants and animals in Europe, as well as contains 23 different ecosystems, including some of the world’s largest wetlands.
Previous visitors rave about the spectacular sunsets and highly recommend taking a slow boat ride on the river.
Located on the Balkan Peninsula, Romania is a country of contrasts.
The former Soviet Bloc country has, over the years, belonged to the Romans who gave the country its name, the Hungarians and the Ottomans.
It is filled with quaint old towns, mountain resorts that offer great skiing, and a burgeoning art community.
It’s most famous citizen, however, may be the vampire Dracula, a fictional character found in Transylvania.
Home to the country’s largest university, Cluj-Napoca is considered the unofficial capital of the historical region of Transylvania.
The city, which pre-dates the Roman colonization, is one of Romania’s arts and cultural centers.
Home to a large Hungarian population, Cluj-Napoca features a statue honoring one Hungarian king. Michael’s Church has the tallest church tower in the country.
The National Museum of Art, housed in a former palace, has a large collection of work by Romanian artists.