Romania appeals to tourists because it is so diverse. Home to an abundance of pristine landscapes, from the Carpathian Mountains and vast protected wetlands of the Danube Delta to white sandy beaches and resorts along the coastal region of the Black Sea. A mix of picturesque medieval towns, rural villages dotting the countryside, castles and cities jam-packed with ancient churches and historic architecture.
The capital, Bucharest, a vibrant bustling metropolis, notorious for its tree-lined boulevards, magnificent Belle Époque buildings, sophisticated restaurants, cultural attractions and an energetic nightlife, and is slowly re-inventing itself with the magnificent architecture being restored to its former glory.
The tremendously charming Transylvania region, with medieval villages, cliff-top castles and historic towns, also has some of the most spectacular alpine backdrops Europe has to offer.