Explore the Carpathian Garden!
Situated in South Eastern Europe, Romania is loved for its
landscapes and untouched natural wilderness, from its mountain
peaks to the shores of the Black Sea and the Danube Delta.
Traditions are very much alive in Romania and visitors will have
the opportunity to experience this thanks to the hospitality of the
Romanian people. Anywhere you look you'll find an open door and a
warm smile, so how can you resist?
The legends of Dracula lure many visitors to the country. You
can even visit Bran's Castle in the medieval Saxon town of
Sighişoara, where the 'real Dracula' (Vlad Ţepeş) was born.
Romania is also proud of its other more recent celebrities
including Nadia Comanaci, Gheorghe Hagi or Ilie Nastase. All of
whom have made a name for themselves in the wider world. Not to
mention the up and coming boxer Lucian Bute and the singer
The capital, Bucharest is a paradox with many contrasts. The
blend of communist monuments and hidden-away cathedrals/churches
make it fascinating to explore. Add in the buildings from the
interbelic period when Bucharest was also knows as Little Paris,
mix that with new glass shell business buildings and add the
largest "cherry" on top - Parliament Palace, the 2nd
largest building in the world - and you have an exotic mix to
explore for many nights and days.
Feel like dancing? Try one of the local bars or nightclubs
pulsing with the Balkanic joy of life.
Hungry and in search for good food? Sample Romanian gastronomy
and find unique dishes in all the restaurants that specialize in
There is no other country where the slogan "Your connection
across Europe" is more representative than in Romania considering
the length of the coach routes (4000 km from Constanta to
For almost 17 years Eurolines has reached over 500 foreign
destinations, leaving from 11 main cities in Romania (without
counting the feeders): Bucharest, Ploiesti, Brasov, Fagaras, Sibiu,
Sebes, Deva, Faget, Lugoj, Timisoara and Arad.