Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Romania offer beautiful accommodations for people of all ages. In Wallachia
you can vacation in comfort and style. Romania is always versatile, whether you're looking for the culture in Sibiu, an active holiday in the Carpathians or nature at Bicaz - there is truly something for everyone! A holiday in Romania often means a mix of culture, nature and activity, as you'll soon discover with a trip to Brasov, in the renowned Transylvania
region. During a discovery walk of the city, you'll encounter modern shops, historic buildings, museums and architectural gems like the Black Church. However, if you go to Poiana Brasov, you'll find that this area is focused totally on winter sports, including cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Perfect for winter sports among nature. An active vacation among nature
A holiday home in Romania is an ideal vacation rental for an active time, whether you're vacationing with the family or a group of friends. In the mountains of Romania, such as the Carpathians, you can savor fantastic winter sports with activities like cross-country skiing and snowshoe trekking. Meanwhile, in summer, you can pursue an unrivaled hiking holiday, or take the family on a mountain bike tour among nature and enjoy plenty of peace and quiet along with a spectacular natural landscape. The Carpathians are still mostly unspoiled, there are quaint villages hidden among the mountain peaks and valleys, there are sheep herds doting the heights of the mountains, the fauna here includes bears, goats, deer, hawks, eagles and so on. If there was ever a place where you can really feel like bonding with nature, this place is definitely the mystical country of Romania. Unique culture
Whether you've come for a long weekend or an extended family holiday in Romania,you are guaranteed to enjoy the culture of the country. For example, you can savor beautiful culture in miniature in Lipova. This historic town is home to a Catholic pilgrimage church complete with Franciscan monastery dating from the 15th century. There's a Turkish inn here as well, and the impressive fortress of Soimos, which lies at an altitude of 127 meters and is accessible via two paths, should not be missed. After all the sightseeing, relax at the large swimming pool of Lipova. Maliuc is another cultural destination that can be easily accessed from Dobrogea
. This small fishing village with bar and restaurant is situated on the banks of the Danube and is the perfect destination for a cultural break among nature. Visit the small harbor where local fishermen return each day with their harvest, which you can enjoy along with a bottle of local wine during your holiday in Romania. It will be a time to remember.