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Must see Romania
- Location: South-East Central Europe.
- Capital: Bucharest.
- Currency: leu (RON).
- Language: Romanian.
- Best time to Visit: April-May and September-October.
- Time Zone: UTC+2.
- Calling Code: +40
- Major Airports: Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport (OTP), Traian Vuia International Airport (TSR).
List of must see places in Romania: The must see places in Romania can be subdivided under various fields. To start, first visit the sublime architectures of the castles and the palaces. Most of the castles of the country belong to the Medieval times. Though you will find uncountable castles and places all around the place, yet some of the historically significant castles and palaces of the country include Bran, Corvinti, Fagaras and the palaces of the Peles. For those who are Dracula fans, you will be thrilled to visit the Bran Castle, which is commonly known as the Dracula Castle.
After you are over with the thrill of exploring the darkness of the Dracula Castle and have had a close look at the Medieval architectures, it is time to walk to the monasteries and the churches. In this context, if you happen to visit the
Anyone who is traveling to Romania will miss something awesome, if they do not take a trip to the Wine regions of the country. Here you can sip the best wine ever made. Infact, the country has gained great prominence for its quality Vineyards, which today have become must see Romania. Here you can visit the oldest vineyard that started in the 19th century. The Tarnave Region, Cotnari Region, Murfatlar Region and the Dealu Mare Region are certain notable places you will never want to miss.
Romania has a transitional climate, between temperate and continental and has four distinct seasons. Summers are usually quite hot, whereas springs are pleasant with cool morning and nights and warm days. The average rainfall is 750 mm per year. The western mountains see more rainfalls, and a good deal of snowfall as well.
Air: Romania has 17 airports, of which, 10 serve international flights. The largest and busiest airport of the country is Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport (OTP) in Bucharest. You will find flights to all the major European cities, to some Middle Eastern capitals, and to all the Romanian cities. Traian Vuia International Airport (TSR) is the second largest airport of the country located at Timisoara.
Train: Romania has an extensive rail network that connects several European destinations. You will find international trains to Venice, Vienna, Munich, Budapest, Prague, Istanbul, Belgrade, Zagreb, Sofia, Kiev and Moscow. Besides these, rail network of Romania also connects various cities of Romania with each other.
Bus: Buses are also available from various destinations in Europe including Germany, and Switzerland.