Saturday, October 25, 2008

Travel guide to Romania

Romania is a very beautiful country situated in south east central Europe. It is located on the north of the Balkan Peninsula on the lower Danube and it borders around the black sea. Most of the Danube Delta in located in this land. Romania shares its borders with Hungry, Serbia, Ukraine, Republic of Moldova and Bulgaria.

Bucharest is the largest city and capital of Romania. Romania was once known as "The Legendary home of the Dracula". It is a mystical country which has elegant medieval castles, modern and trendy restaurants, quite rural villages and crowed cities. It is rich is cultural heritage and has a strong historical past .Romania is one of the most exotic countries of Europe with breathtaking views and stunning landscapes.

Romania is rapidly developing into a modern and metropolitan country. Large number of travelers from all around the world visit Romania during their vacations. Romanians are warm and friendly people who provide you with rich hospitality and comfort but the main draw back of this country is that it has widespread poverty and corruption.

Romania is famous for its majestic mountains, traditional dance and gypsy music. Romania offers many attractions to its visitors and the tourism industry of this country is slowly flourishing. The Carpathian Mountains offers all kinds of winter sports like hiking, animal watching and skiing. The skiing facilities in this country are very cheap. The small stretch of Romania's coast line along the black sea has many beautiful beaches which are very popular during summer time among the visitors.

Brasov and Sighisoara are the most elegant cities of Romania. The historic centre of Sighisoara is included in the UNESCO list. This town which was founded by German craftsmen and merchants is an excellent example of a fortified medieval town. The main attractions of this city are the Sighisoara citadel, the Clock tower, the Weapon Museum, the covered staircase and the church on the hill.

The Danube delta also offers it visitors with many enthralling destinations. Tulcea is the main gateway to the Danube Delta. The Black sea forms the largest and the best preserved delta of Europe. Transylvania is often known as the land of the Dracula. It has beautiful towns, mysterious castles, lush green forests and snow peaked mountains. You can have a very enjoyable journey through this natural and cultural region.

Romania has very good train and bus services. It has a pleasant weather and is one of the most popular tourist destinations. You would enjoy your visit to Romania because it offers you with many stunning attractions and fantastic tourist spots.

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