Visiting Romania during the fall is a must. The mountainous landscapes complemented by the orange hue of the falling leaves make for some of the most fantastic sceneries.
If you intend to visit and you want to see as many attractions as possible, then this article has exactly what you need.
We have selected 3 touring options which are ideal for this season. Each one of them will offer a well-rounded traveling experience and give you a full taste of what Romania has in store for its visitors!
1. A Break Through Most of Transylvania
If you want to see the entirety of Transylvania during your visit, then our Transylvania Break is exactly what you have been looking for.
This tour will take you around the mountain roads of the Carpathians and into the heart of Transylvania. On the way, you can get the chance to see the facets of traditional Romania, unspoiled by the vices of our times.
You can see herds of sheep or cattle which are grazing peacefully in the cool autumn weather or peasants who are working tirelessly on their farmhouses.
The highlights of the tour consist of Sinaia and Brasov during the first day, where you will get to see Peles Castle and the beautiful cobblestone alleyways of Brasov.
During the second day, the trip will continue through Sighisoara, with the aim to experience more of the wonders this medieval city has to offer. Afterward, the final destination of the tour consists of a visit to Bran Castle.
2. See the Countryside of Romania
People may visit Romania for the Legend of Dracula, yet they’ll remember it for its beauty.
If you want to truly experience Romania in all its glory, then this tour is the perfect choice for you. After all, authentic Romania begins with rural landscapes and villages.
This tour aims at taking you on a journey far away from the bustling atmosphere of the Romanian cities and getting you closer to the traditional lifestyle.
Not only that, but you will get the chance to experience life as it was back in the olden days – you will be a guest in the traditional village mansions, try traditional dishes and get to see old customs upfront.
Through this tour, you will get to admire the beautiful lands of Transylvania and Bucovina. You will get to explore the country’s forlorn villages and get a firsthand witness of some of the most culturally rich regions of the entire country.
In the rural parts of these regions, it’s as if time stood still, meaning you can be more in tune with nature and far away from the burdens of modern life.
3. Transfagarasan and the Medieval City of Sibiu
The first leg of the tour consists of a trip to the Curtea de Arges Monastery, which is a beautiful example of Byzantine architecture. The monastery is also surrounded by one of the most intriguing myths you will ever hear.
It is said the builder had to sacrifice all which was dear to him in order to finish the monastery.
Next off, the tour continues along the Transfagarasan Road, which is a must-see for anyone visiting Romania. While traveling along the road, you will stumble across some of the most picturesque scenery to ever set your eyes upon.
The last destination of this tour is the city of Sibiu, which managed to fit modern infrastructure and medieval, post-war architecture in one place.
Visiting Romania Has Never Been More Exciting
We hope this article has incentivized you to consider taking a trip through Romania. If any of the tours featured in this article has caught your attention, then don’t hesitate to contact us at +40 735 525 710 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you with the booking procedure.