The Romanian quest for amazing touristic experiences
The summer of 2019 seems to be a welcoming one for those that want to travel throughout Europe. Tourists have already set their eyes on Romania, a country that has gained momentum in attracting new people. The newfound popularity is given by the rise of positive travel experiences, put forth in different channels by tourists. They went to visit a new country and were greeted by a familiar face, with many surprises and wonderful emotions. As a result, it is absolutely normal to see so many Europeans interested in visiting Romania. Some want to see what all the fuss is about, while others know a couple of things about the country and choose to explore it live.
Even though certain aspects about the Romanian infrastructure might pose an issue, it is well worth to push forward and set your bearings with attention. The Romanian roads are not exactly top quality and some rural experiences might send you back in time. This is the truth and there is no sugar coating it. In order to have the most out of each trip, it is recommended to use good means of travel and thus overcome the negative aspects of certain roads.
You could always search for information on specialized apps or forums to see where to expect road issues. This is probably a good way to be prepared and approach each problem with attention. Don’t get us wrong, there are certain roads in Romania that are absolutely amazing, worth driving on with no problems whatsoever. Yet, we thought it best to help understand that beneath the bravado of Romanian touristic promises, some issues still subside.
If you have a good car, you’re set. You can use it with confidence to reach certain destinations and thus have a wonderful time in jolly old Romania. Now that we have tackled this sensitive issue, it is time to get on to the fun stuff: what to visit, where to eat and stay and what to do.
Places to visit in Romania: the joy of authenticity and traditional greatness
In 2019 there many places in Romania that can become amazing sources of visual delight, spiritual deliverance and fun. This East European country is “home” to countless castles, ancient or medieval settlements, very old churches and monasteries and many other historical and cultural monuments. Mother Nature is also quite charming, being “embraced” by the Carpathian Mountains, the Danube River and the Black Sea. The Carpathian Mountains are divided into three subdivisions: Orientals, Meridionali and Occidentals. Depending on your availability, you can set to visit them and thus enjoy a great travel experience. These mountains are absolutely stunning and can bring about inner revelations.
Some of the most popular Romanian mountain resorts are Sinaia, Predeal, Poiana Brasov, Vatra Dornei, Campulung Moldovenesc, Rarau, Azuga and others. You can travel to Bucegi Platou, where you will come into contact with ancient natural monuments, “carved” by time and wind: Babele and the Sphinx. In addition, on this particular Platou, you could visit the Caraiman Cross, one of the biggest man-made crosses in Europe. The view is quite spectacular here, worth immortalizing in photos and even short videos. You can later on share these photos with friends and family on social media.
The northern parts of Romania are worthy of a visit or two. Maramures, Bukovina and Moldova are three amazing Romanian regions that need to be in your travel itinerary. The first time we visited Bukovina we immediately fell in love with the landscapes and began to cherish the locals. This is the region most famous for its wooden monasteries, present in UNESCO cultural patrimony. Among the monasteries that you should visit, we can list Voronet, Moldovita, Sucevita, Arbore, Probota, Putna and Gura Humorului. Yet, there are many other hidden spiritual gems that you could find. The trick is to look with attention through the rubble and select the ideal places to visit. Some might impress, while others can leave you wanting more. Be patient and go with patience to your destination.
The Romanian cities are also amazing, worth visiting with friends and some members of your family. Seeing as city breaks represent popular travel experiences, it is important to know where to go and how to manage time. If you have enough time on your hands, you will be able to travel with excitement wherever you want. Some of the most visited Romanian cities are Bucharest, Iasi, Cluj Napoca, Timisoara, Suceava, Targu Mures, Alba Iulia and Constanta.
Each city comes with its distinct particularities, worth discovering. This is a good way to explore the Romanian urban spirit, which can lead to interesting experiences. Are you ready for an amazing urban experience? If your answer is yes, then you might want to take each city for documentation spin. Learn what you can about it and then put what you learn into practice.
AutoBoca’s welcoming cars are at your disposal!
Renting cars in Romania can be an easy feat, especially if you decide to collaborate with dedicated firms. It is very easy to work with Romanian firms that have proper experience in the field. AutoBoca has 10 years of experience in the rent a car industry, quite competitive and changing.
We have worked hard to develop services that clients could use with confidence. This is very important especially when you want to reach more destinations with pleasure. In our fleet you will be able to find many beautiful cars, worth using on the Romanian streets. So, what are you waiting for? Contact us and rent a good welcoming car!