Romania’s landscapes are awe-inspiring and truly beautiful. The picture-perfect snow-capped mountains lead down to acres of alpine forests, which in turn looks out over the valleys and plains scattered with cute villages and majestic castles.
Romanian leu, although Euros are widely accepted
Best time to visit
Visit during the wintry months of December to February for ideal skiing conditions
What's the weather like?
In the winter, temperatures range from -5ºC to 2ºC. The country receives about 750 mm of precipitation spread throughout the year
Stretching throughout central and eastern Europe, the Carpathians are the second longest range in Europe. The Făgăraș Mountains are the tallest of these mountains within Romania, with the tallest peak, Moldoveanu, reaching 2,544 meters. The majority of the range is located within the Romanian region of Transylvania and is still home to much of Romania’s wildlife. The country is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination, receiving about 10 million per year
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