Resorts of Romania: photos, description

Resorts of Romania

Resorts of Romania

Travel fans usually don't know much about Romania. The main tourist and mystical brand of this destination is Count Dracula, and therefore excursion programs to ancient castles and architectural attractions make up the majority of search queries around the country. But besides vampires, she can offer guests prettier entertainment, and the resorts of Romania are not at all inferior to other European ones, if you take a closer look at them..

Three whales of the tourist foundation

All resorts in Romania can be conditionally divided into three main categories, although some of them may well be in several qualities at once:

  • Sanatorium treatment at balneological resorts is very popular with fans of inexpensive rest, proven medical programs and decent service. Mineral springs in the resorts of Romania are a real treasure of health. In the sanatoriums of Covasna and Sovata, Beile Tushnada and Beile Olanesti, dozens of diseases are cured and returned to patients not only the vitality of the body, but also beauty and optimism..
  • Romanian resorts on the Black Sea coast are a worthy alternative to the beaches of Bulgaria, Turkey or Greece. It is not as crowded here as in the promoted European health resorts, and therefore the sea is cleaner, the prices are lower, and the service is more pleasant and of better quality. On the beaches of Jupiter, Neptune-Olympus, Constanta and Saturn, you can not only sunbathe, but also undergo a course of cosmetic and medical procedures in balneological clinics. Such a successful combination of business with pleasure is another plus in the treasury of Romanian resorts..
  • The ski slopes in the kingdom of the vampires are a great reason to visit Romania during the winter holidays. The infrastructure and technical equipment of the slopes allow you to ride and relax quite well, and the cost of hotel rooms, equipment rental or coach services will not cause such a significant damage to the family budget as in the fashionable resorts of the Old World.

Always in the TOP

An exact copy of the Bran Castle, in which, according to legend, Count Dracula lived, appeared in the ski resort of Poiana Brasov. This modern hotel is designed for athletes who prefer the cozy and well-groomed slopes of the Carpathians to slightly pretentious and expensive alpine tracks.
The technical equipment of the modern resort of Romania is in no way inferior to its neighbors: among ten slopes of different denominations, both beginners and pros will find a slope to their liking, and snow cannons provide reliable coverage even in case of capricious weather.


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