You don’t need to be a power hiker to get a glimpse of some of the most spectacular panoramas in Romania. Several trails are extremely easy to conquer, offering a more than rewarding view from the top! Even if you’re a skilled trekker, hiking in Romania will surely not disappoint. The most challenging and lengthy hiking trails are found in the Southern Carpathians – especially in the Bucegi, Fagaras and Retezat Mountains.
2.Walking & Biking
Romania has a lot of picturesque landscapes, through cities or outside of them. Of course that if you go by car you can see a lot of them in a very short time, but that also means that you don’t get the chance to appreciate all that is around you. If you want to discover the hidden beauties of this country walking or renting a bike is your solution.
3.Sunbathing and swimming
Romania might not be renowned for its beaches as Bulgaria is, but the fact that this country has seaside beside mountains, makes it a pretty impressive place to go.