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Is the Balkan region calling your name? Search for flights to Romania's biggest airports in Bucharest, Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca. Dozens of airlines connect the UK to Romania including Wizz Air, Blue Air, KLM, Tarom and British Airways.
Summers are the best, especially if you're heading for heading to the Black Sea for your holidays in Romania. Bucharest and the other cities are unbearable in the summer heat and are best enjoyed rather in spring.
Direct flights to Romania take around 3 hours from London.
Romania sits in the northern side of the Balkan Peninsula and also enjoys the beautiful shores of the Black Sea. Hike the Carpathian Mountains, taste the best of Romania's wine, tour medieval castles and fortresses, discover the legend of Dracula and more!
Bukovina: Take a Romania car hire to the north-eastern region of Bukovina and discover the area's famous painted monasteries among the rolling green hills. There is no public transportation through the countryside so a car hire is a must to visit these places.
Prahova Valley: Looking for great skiing in winter and amazing hiking in summer? The Prahova Valley is spotted with palaces from Wallachian princes and mountain resorts that are fit for royalty!
Transylvania's castles: If it's medieval castles and dark forests you're after then head to the heart of this region. The great Corvinesti Castle is in the south-west, surrounded by gorgeous lakes and caves.
Find more information on Romania Tourism.
It's very easy to find hotels in Romania for a decent price, even at the last minute. In most all tourist centres you'll be approached at the train station about accommodation (an easy way to find something last minute) but it's best to book in advance when visiting big cities during popular tourist season. In the countryside there is also a wide choice but it's good to note that B&Bs tend to be much more expensive than hotels.