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2017-04-24

Visit Romania

The major part of the Romanian country is visited by responsible travellers and some natural eco-tourists. Since almost one third of all visitors to Romania have been visited the rural countrysides rather than the historic cities, Romania has one of the comparative widest areas of untouched and natural finished forests in Europe. The attractiveness of nature in Romania is shown by the visitation of a considerable quantity of visitors making tours and trips in the mountains and spending Transylvanian holidays at Dracula through the whole country, by the way watching bears and wolves.
There are also thousands of unique species of animals and flowers in the mountains. The major touristic areas in Romania are the urban zones, followed by the Transylvanian countryside and the Maramures county. The visitors are distributed by tour guides in a certain accordance with the tour operators for vacations, including various types of sightseeing tours. There are lots of unexploited areas in Romania covering national parks and some biosphere reserves.
The most visited cities are Bucharest, Brasov, Sibiu and Bran with the famous Dracula Castle, the most visited landscapes are the delta of Danube, the mountains of Piatra Craiului and of Bucegi and the Retezat National Park in Fagaras mountains. The attractiveness of a visit to Romania has been internationally accepted in close combination to hiking holidays in Romania. Romania was former declared as a major place for holidays in Europe, and the major part of European tourists visit Transylvania and the Carpathian Mountains. Within its boundaries a big number of historic cities are situated like Bucharest, Medias, Viseu de Sus and Viscri near the guesthouse in Magura/Bran.
 
 
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Romania is the undiscovered country in Europe:
A gorgeous territory with mountains and valleys, rocks and forests, rivers and becks, but also historic cities and castles more than 800 year old. Wild nature with bears and wolves, eagles and lynxes.
A country just made for a visit to explore nature and culture.
CNTOURS, the major tour operator in Romania, leads you to the famous and to the secret places in Transylvania and all over Romania.
 
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Visit Transylvania

In terms of the international tourism potential, Transylvania benefits from several medieval cities, located in the plains or on mountains. These cities include Sibiu, a historic German city built by Romanian Saxons, with wide streets and very old houses. The Black Church, the most important monument of ancient architecture in Romania, can be visited by tourists. The Transylvanian countryside is the most frequented tourist area of Romania. In the last decades, Transylvania was visited by millions of tourists, of whom 80% were foreign. Nevertheless, most of the tourists in ancient times had an abstract interest in spending holidays near Dracula.
The landscape is very fascinating, formed by mountains and creeks, with snow-covered peaks and deep rivers routing to the Black Sea.
In the second half of the last century, tourism became the most important part of Romania's economy. Originally a beach holiday destination, the region attracts now increasing numbers of responsible visitors, visiting the Transylvanian country, and additional adventure and activity holiday-makers. The main tourist attractions include the Castle of the Romanian kings in Sinaia, Dracula's Castle in Bran, the bear reserve in Zarnesti near Brasov, a number of national parks, the Mocanita railway in Maramures and the historic city of Sibiu. Tourism has created new markets for local suppliers and for hotels and travel agencies. A spin-off from the increased tourism has been the visitation of big parts of the land by foreigners, often as a contrast to prestige rather than for recreation.

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