It’s impossible to describe Romania in one single phrase. Each sentence must be followed by a “but” which should highlight an entity with many aspects. Some of these issues continue to astonish even its inhabitants.

The Carpathian Mounatins, the Black Sea, the Danube Delta, the monasteries from Bucovina, the peasant traditions from Maramures region, the Transylvania and Dracula’s legend, the renowned wines, the traditional dishes, and above all, the Romanian’s hospitality, all this means Romania. A country where tourists can relax on the beach, can get down in the solitude of the mountains or deep caves, explore the Danube Delta, or to relax in a traditional house, enjoying the taste of the wines with unique flavors.

Romania is an “Island of Latinity” in South-East Europe. The official language is Romanian (Latin origin) and has a population of almost 22 million inhabitants, of which approximately 2.5 million live in Bucharest. The currency is LEU (plural LEI) and uses the decimal metric system.

Flora and fauna

Romania has a temperate continental climate. Summer temperatures vary between 22 and 24 ° C and can reach 38 o C. The average winter temperature is -3 ° C and can reach -30 o C.

More than 85% of the population has Orthodox Religion, although there are other religions and minority groups such as Greek Catholic, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Hebrew.