Tourism in Romania focuses on the country's natural landscapes and its rich history. The number of tourists is growing every year and tourism is becoming an increasingly important source for Romania's GDP with 6-7 million people now visiting yearly. Romania's economy is characterized by a huge potential for tourism.
Romania has a rich cultural and natural diversity. Its dramatic mountain scenery includes the densely forested Carpathian Mountains, the Danube Delta (the largest wetland in Europe) and 70km (43 miles) of fine white sandy beaches on the Black Sea Coast.
In picturesque valleys and on mountain slopes are many health and winter resorts. Romania’s cultural heritage can be experienced in the Saxon towns of Transylvania, also home to Bran Castle, of Dracula fame, the painted monasteries of Bucovina and the rural village idyll of Maramures.
Airlines to fly to Romania: Delta, Air France, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Finnair, Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss International, Alitalia, British Airways, Czech Airlines, Malev, LOT.
Cities to visit in Romania: Bucharest, Timisoara, Iasi, Constanta.