Even if solo travel is not for everyone, it offers you the opportunity to savor the culture of a country. No more planning ahead and coming to a consensus with the whole group. You can take the path less traveled.
You can also spend as much time as you need at any point and enjoy landmarks and activities at their fullest. Now let’s focus on the main advantages of traveling solo in Romania.
If you want to be part of a group tour for one day while spending time in this beautiful country you should try the Two Castles in One Day tour. Find out more.
City Breaks in Romania
Some of the top destinations that you can enjoy on your own include the medieval towns and the thriving cities of Romania. The top suggestions include:
The numerous landmarks and just walking along the streets of the city will make you feel you have so much to take in, that you’ll forget you are alone.
In Bucharest, we recommend the 4 hours unhealthy food tour, to learn more about history while tasting local foods.
One of the greatest advantages is that all these locations have hostel accommodation. These are the best options for traveling solo in Romania, as they are cheaper than any other option and they have a socializing aspect.
You’ll get to have interesting discussions with travelers from all around the world.
Taking in the natural elements
Traveling solo in Romanian’s wildlife is a privilege. Whether you are hiking up the mountain, taking a boat through the Danube Delta, or just enjoying the view in the Maramureș region, you’ll be grateful you can do it at your own pace and letting your eyes wander as much as they would like.
Each region is a perfect destination for photographers. Spending a few hours in the forests you’ll be able to capture photos of beautiful animals in their natural environment.
Exploring the traditions and experiencing them
In many rural areas of Romania, numerous B&Bs that offer more than just a bed and hot meals. They will teach you:
- the old way of taking care of animals,
- how to grow vegetables and
- local traditions.
You can experience this with a group of friends or with family, but the impact will be much more profound when experiencing it on your own. Traveling solo in Romania makes it much easier to understand the culture and heritage.
These types of activities are also more intense around Christian Orthodox holidays like Easter and Christmas.
Traveling Solo in Romania
The breathtaking views, the old way of living and the growing cities are all best experienced in Romania on your own. They offer you a journey in which you need to set the pace, to enjoy it.
At TravelMaker, we love crafting unique tour options for solo travelers, as well as groups, who visit Romania.
Aside from these, you could visit 3 of the main medieval cities in Romania: Brasov, Sibiu, and Sighișoara, in just 3 days. Join our tour and you’ll have the experience of a lifetime.