Book cheap car hire in Romania to explore the Carpathian Mountains, the Black Sea, and the Danube Delta. Alternatively, head into the wonderful cities of Bucharest and Sibiu.
If you could use just one word to sum up Romania, then "traditional" would surely spring to mind. After all, this is one of the only countries remaining in Europe where farmers are most likely to transport their goods via horse-drawn wagons and old-fashioned market stalls are often more popular in towns and cities than shopping malls.
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Being the largest of the Balkan states, there is plenty to see and do around Romania. Fortunately, we are just around the corner whether you arrive in Romania via:
Bucharest Baneasa Airport or Bucharest Otopeni Airport - The capital of Romania, Bucharest is known for its wide tree-lined boulevards, magnificent Belle Époque buildings and other wonderful architecture, alongside numerous examples of Romania's unique culture. Check out the Arcul de Triumf, the Romanian Athenaeum, and National Museum of Art of Romania.
Cluj-Napoca Airport - The second city of Romania, Cluj-Napoca is a location that sightseers will not want to miss. There are two stunning cathedrals - a Roman Catholic building and a Romanian Orthodox Reunification structure - to seek out, as well as the marvellous Piata Libertatii town square to take in before taking a stroll through the Alexandru Borza Botanic Gardens.
Sibiu Airport - Arguably the most picturesque location in Romania, Sibiu blends medieval architecture with modern designs in magnificent fashion. Built on two levels, Sibiu’s upper level was the commercial area and wealthier of the two whilst the lower level was home to the manufacturing district.
Find out more about Romania ahead of your trip to the country by having a look through our travel guide. Motorists will be wise to make our guide to driving in Romania an essential read too and you may also like to read our guide to skiing in Romania.