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Romania: Plan Your Trip!

Your Romania Trip Begins Here

If your word-association-game answer to Romania is “vampires,” it’s time you learned a lot more about the country. Did you know that it’s home to the largest area of contiguous forest in central Europe, filled with brown bears, lynx, and wolves? That it’s dotted with 13th-century UNESCO World Heritage-recognized villages? That Prince Charles fell so in love with the Romanian countryside that he bought two centuries-old properties there—both of which you can overnight at when HRH isn’t visiting to admire the wildflowers? Trouble is, even Romanians get lost finding their way around, and star ratings rarely tell you the whole story when it comes to the hotels. That’s why it’s so helpful to use a Romania travel specialist who will keep you on the right path, introduce you to the people who will make their country come to life, and point you to the accommodations that deliver the best experience (probably more having to do with garden-fresh meals than thousand-thread-count sheets).

We can point you to a Romania specialist who delivers private, custom, WOW trips that take you to the most fascinating places and connect you to insider experiences you could never find or access on your own. Just click below and complete the questionnaire. Your information is kept private.

Pricing tip: Expect to spend at least $600 per day for two travelers for a trip that includes the loveliest accommodations, the most efficient transportation, the most delicious meals, special experiences, and a detailed itinerary that incorporates not just the must-see sights but the hidden gems too.

Start your Romania trip here

Hiking the Bucegi mountains, Romania

Hiking the Bucegi mountains, Romania

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