Romania is one of the most amazing and rather
underestimated European travel destinations. The country is well hidden
somewhere in the south Eastern country, behind Russia and Ukraine.About
Romaniaits oval shaped, is the
third largest Eastern European country lying on the Black sea and sharing
borders with countries like Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Ukraine and Moldova.
Romania is a
wonderful land of extremes. Stiflingly hot during the summer, freezing cold
during the winter. A land where an obscene amount of wealth is locked into
the hands of a tiny number of people, a land where poverty is ubiquitous.
Romania is where the Western world ends, and where the Slavic East begins.Information
about Romaniamakes it known that
it was the last territory to be incorporated in to the Roman Empire, when
Rome comprehended the fairest part of the Earth, and the first to be left to
its fate. Two thousand years after Romania now looks to join the European
facts about Romaniatell
that for the traveller, Romania offers many things. Romania has the majestic
castles, medieval towns, great hiking and wildlife, and cheap skiing of much
of the 'undiscovered' former Eastern Bloc The opportunity to see genuinely
wonderful places, to meet wonderful people, to experience the last
frontier-land in Europe. The time of the opera season, concerts and Romania
cuisine in warm and welcoming restaurants are not to be missed.
After going through theinteresting
facts about Romaniaone would say
that Romania is truly a country for touring, for its cultural enrichment,
winter sports, hiking, boating and activities of all kinds. What you want to
do when in the county will make you decide the right time to visit Romania.
Want to laze around on the beaches of the Black sea then between June and
September would be the bets times. And if you are a lover of winter sports
then from Christmas till March would be an ideal time for visiting the
Situated in the South-Eastern part of Central Europe Romania is at the
contact with Eastern Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. It stretches
between a latitude of 43 deg 37"07'N & 48 deg 15"06'N, and between longitude
20 deg 15"44' & 29 deg 41"24'E..........
Climate of Romania is temperate-continental climate which ranges between hot
summers and very cold winters with lots of snow from mid-December until the
end of March. Romania's average annual temperature is 11C (52F) in the south
and on the coast, 2C (36F) in the..........
Romania has a
unique culture which is the product of its geography and of its distinct
historical evolution. Like Romanians themselves, it is fundamentally defined
as the meeting point of three regions:Central Europe,Eastern
Europe, and the Balkans, but cannot be truly included in any............
From about 200 B.C., when it
was settled by the Dacians, a Thracian tribe, Romania has been in the path
of a series of migrations and conquests. Under the emperor Trajan early in
the second century A.D., Dacia was incorporated into the Roman Empire, but
was abandoned by a declining Rome less than two centuries later............