Plan the perfect trip based on tips from people like you. This country is really worth visiting, not only for a weekend-break. There is just too much to do and see. So, Enjoy Romania!
I came to Romania in 2012 for a business meeting with a little tourism as well. I have to say I was in for a surprise as the both the landscape is amazing and historical buildings are impressive. People that I met at Enjoy Romania are as well friendly and nice. I definitely want to visit Romania again.
Planning Manager & traveler
Icelandic Coast Guard, Iceland
I had no idea Romania was breathtakingly beautiful. I would love to see this place again. It looks that God really loves it there, since He made it so spectacular. Enjoy Romania team as good as one can be, great information from the guide and very friendly.
Romania is a very diverse country with an incredibly hospitable people. I've been in Romania on business trips and on vacation. Enjoy Romania hospitality made the business trip feel like a vacation every time.
Steinbjørn í Dali
We visited Romania in october 2009. We came to Bucuresti on a Sunday. The city did look very much like any other European city, but it appeared to us to be warm, because of the hospitality of our hosts. Especially the local guide from Enjoy Romania made a very good impression. He was leading us to delicious traditional restaurants with high atmosphere and low prices. Also he arranged a visit to "The Palace". For us this was a big experience. We had a peculiar feeling of what is good and what is bad. Why use all this money to show greatness, while the Romanian population was suffering. On the other hand, the question of being a member of "the promised land EU" came strongly to us, because this membership seemed to be very much better for EU bussines people than the people of Romania. We do sincerely hope that Romania will benefit from the EU membership in the long run.
In midweek we were driving in a bus to Bacau to see the Faroese national football team play against Romania. We have forgotten all about the game, but not the friendship with our new Romanian friends and "our" atmosphere on the stadion. We will never either forget the beautiful countryside with its face of the autumn. The green colour and especially the many red and yellow variants were fabulous.
After the game we went to the local airport, to start our journey home to Føroyar. We were happy for the trip, and were thinking much of coming home, but also about when to go back to Romania and its people.
CEO Luna (Salmon Farming)
Sørvágsfjørður, Faroe Islands
Romania is a country with lots of contrasts. Hot and sunny summers and cold, snowy winters. Long, white sandy beaches with calm blue seas and impressive mountain ranges that are great for walking in the summer and for ski-ing in the winter. Because of Romania's varied past it also has lots of historical and cultural attractions to offer. EnjoyRomania team' honest and open account of his own experience of growing up and living in Romania allows guests to experience Romania's cultural heritage in a unique and personal way.
Dr. Ruth Barley
Sociology Lecturer, Phd.
We arrived by plane Sunday, October 4, 2009 in Bucharest in order to see the game between Romania and Faroe Islands.
We were picked up by a bus which drove us to the hotel. The hotel was located in the center of Bucharest.
After we had checked in, we walked into reception; we met three very nice people from Enjoy Romania. Those people were: Jørleif Bech, Sigurd Mikladal and Marius Costin.
They had arranged the whole trip in Romania.
We were shown around Bucharest. This was a very nice and good experience. The people we met pleasant and helpful.
In the evening after having been out for dinner at the restaurant, we could walk in peace and quiet back to the hotel again. It is the most peaceful and secure capital city I've been in.
I have been into many countries and major states. In Europe I've been in 14 countries, 5 in Africa, 3 in Asia and 3 in South America and USA.
The football match was on Wednesday night. So Wednesday morning we drove by bus from Bucharest to Piatra Neamt.
This was a very nice trip, with many good moments, where we visited some historic places on the way.
When we arrived to Piatra Neamt, it was only 10 min. to the fight would start. We were escorted by a taxi and when we arrived at the stadium took the police against us and beat us in place. Police also helped with tickets and to get us into the stadium.
We felt very welcome to the stadium and were quickly Roma would get our flags etc.
A very good experience which I recommended anyone who wants to see more of Europe.
I'm also sure I will go to holiday again in Romania.
John E. Olsen
Romania is a land to suit everyone; beautiful landscapes and bustling cities full of historical and architectural interest, with friendly and welcoming people. I loved my stay in Romania and would thoroughly recommend a visit and especially choose Enjoy Romania Tours.
Dr. Genna Sole
London, United Kingdom
I've visited Romania twice and it is a land of contrasts. The mountains are beautiful and the people are very friendly. The capital city is very busy and bustling with activity. Things to look out for are the President's Palace and the parks in Bucharest.
In the mountains, Brasov is a very pretty city and the surrounding scenery is majestic. There are castles and old houses to explore. Further out into the countryside, you will feel transported back in time as you see people ploughing with horses, living in tiny villages with plots of land where they grow all their vegetables.
And the guide from Enjoy Romania made this trip even better, with his positive energy, always the best explanations and the most rewarding restaurants.
Romania has it all, big city life, small village life with kind and friendly people, and a beautiful nature. Here you can visit the Herastrau Park – a beautiful park in the middle of Bucharest. The Village Museum - with lots of beautiful old houses gathered from all around Romania. The Peles Castle in Senaia which was the first castle that was powered with electricity in the 1900.
Romania is definitely worth visiting, especially with the team from Enjoy Romania, always attentive, well trained and very friendly
Jeanette Jakobsen á Argjaboða
College teacher - Information Architect
I have visited Romania once or twice a year for the past ten years. Why do I keep returning? Because of the wonderful people! Romanians are friendly, hospitable, and have a great sense of humour. Also, it is a beautiful and diverse country made up of quaint villages which take you back 100 years, and bustling cities with all the modern-day conveniences.
Choose a tour from Enjoy Romania and you will have an unforgettable experience in a special country.
Missionary Representative, Global Outreach Mission
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
My first trip to Romania was in 2009, it was a wonderful trip. The city is absolutely incredible with big beautiful buildings, but one of the most exciting places in the Bucharest was Village Museum, where they have exhibition of different houses from all regions of Romania. Here, Marius, our guide, gave us valuable information and showed us the most interesting places. It is absolutely incredible that it is so much variation from region to region.
The traffic here is not that good, so it's not so easy to drive in the city the first time you are here, so a guided tour is recommended and Enjoy Romania does a great job.
However, if you decide to be by your own, I've never been in a country where it was so cheap to go by taxi, so you can safely take a taxi all the time during your vacation. Here you will experience some delicious food and everything is also cheap. I took a trip up into the mountains, it was great. It took about 3-4 hours to get there, but it was all worth it. Scenery was amazingly beautiful, you could go on and on taking pictures. Romania is definitely a country I'd like to recommend to visit the next time I go there I will stay more outside Bucharest.
Receptionist la Hotel CabInn Metro
København - Denmark
I had the best guiding in Bukarest, Romania, I enjoyed the amazing buildings and the nice big park in the city -Cismigiu. I loved to see the culture being so different from Sweden, where i live. And i also loved to taste their great food. I’ll come back to Romania
Social worker for Ängelholms kommun
Romania is a lovely country with a lot of beautiful and interesting places. We had a wonderful holiday and the guided tour from Enjoy Romania, was totally perfect!
Social worker for Ängelholm kommun
Romania is a country so diverse and its value can be found only if you discover it by yourself. But before you start your trip from the airport, you should inform yourself very well.
Danube Delta and trips along the Danube, Carpathian Mountains, Transylvania, Moldavia, all these amazing places can be best explored with Romania Enjoy team.
"Had a wonderful time touring with Enjoy Romania. The hosts were fantastic and made us at home. We were so surprised at the beauty and history of Romania I would have liked to have spent more time. Thanks for the great experience, we hope to come again."
Firefighter at Alaska Fire Service
Phoenix, Arizona -USA
The old city downtown of Bukarest is full of atmosphere and you will enjoy it. And the country has a whole pallet of fabolous scenery on top of that. Enjoy the lovely Romanian people.
Chairmanship of Lundin Software
I have very nice memories from Romania, I loved the warmth of the people in Romania even though I was there in the colder months – It was alwaya beautiful nature all the way from the Maramures in the North to the Black Sea in the South. Hope to be back one day!
I was always invited for a bite to eat and offered a taste of the local sweet wines and spirits.
Globe-Trotter and Cycling The Globe
Romania is the country I have found most impressing with its unimaginable scenery. The people are warm and welcome you with a smile wherever you go in the city of Bucharest and all around the country.
Absolutely a must-see experience.
Tommy N. Djurhuus
CEO Alpha Travel
Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Romania is in my blood now!
On my first travel to Romania I didn’t quite know what to expect: Dracula, dragons, donkeys? I was taken completely in by a country so full of life, so full of breathtaking nature. On my first visit I could feel Romania gushing through my blood.
The countryside is like nothing I have seen before. Powerful magic at work, I must say! The cities are buzzing with business, culture and history – in short, something for every taste and fancy. I have been to Romania three times already and I am looking forward to my next visit.
Jógvan Sørin Hansen
Director of Human Recources, Area Manager
and Lecturer, Technical College, Faroe Islands
Romania has a beauty and a magnetism that it’s impossible to fully describe – you just have to go see it. From the moment you step foot on its land, the love and the hospitality of its people along with their customs and their love for life, will overwhelm you. Romania is a jewel that I am sure you’ll be glad you discovered.
Minnesota - USA
I have visited Romania several times, both as a tourist and also for business affairs. I have travelled extensively in Europe but rarely met so friendly and welcoming people as the Romanians. With its beautiful scenery and the country's different geography, from the mountains in the north, down south to the Black Sea, Romania is definitely worth a visit.
Manager, Technical Maintenance Planning
Atlantic Airways, Faroe Islands
As a frequent visitor to Romania, I have always enjoyed the history and diversity of the country. My trips have given me many new friends and now after many years we are still keeping in touch.
IT consultant at IBM, Maersk, Combine-IT
Romania- Great mountains, countryside and wildlife with the best soups in the World.
Get out (and stay out) of the capital (if you arrived there) and enjoy the real Romania in the Carpathians, Mountains of the North, the oasis of the Danube Delta or dine and drink polinca in the soul of the country in the far North east - Maramures, where life has changed little in hundreds of years.
Enjoy an Ursus (local beer) or fine local wine in one of the ancient saxon cities of the east Brasov, Cluj, Sibu and the amazing Sighisoara.
Romania-Rediscover the past!
Denis Oliver Mc Grath
I absolutely loved visiting Romania. I saw beautiful sights, such as the mountains, and met some of the most lovely and friendliest people.
Travelling to Romania was an amazing experience for me which I will never forget. I still have a collection of all my photos, from the places we visited to all the friends I made.
Retail Manager, Cow Vintage
I had a great time in Romania the summer of 2010, visiting Bucharest where i enjoyed the cafes and shops. It was also a great impression on me taking a tour in the House of people and hear some of the history there. The Romanian people are friendly end very helpful. I got to know a girl and her family at their appartment in Bucharest, we took a 2 hour trip to the beautiful and peaceful mountains, there i got to know some of the local food wich i think is very tasty. We visited two castles, the one was the "Draculas" Bran castle also famous from the Bram Stocker Dracula.
Landsverk, Faroe Islands
One of my impressions of the Romanian people was that they all looked so sad and depressed. At the beginning, I wondered why. I have thought a lot about it, and I have told many people about our trip to Romania. I have come to the conclusion that the reason might be, that they haven't got so many reasons or conditions to be happy and content about, having suffered for so many years from the oppressive communist regime. It will take some time, but I hope they will defeat the corruption and get social welfare in their country.
Apart from that, good weather, very delicious fruit and vegetables, cheap clothes, shoes and gold, nice cafés and restaurants.
Sørvágur, Faroe Islands
I lived in Romania for almost a year and have been back many times to visit the warm and gracious people there. My favorite place to visit is Sighisoara. Sighisoara is a wonderful medieval city that still has the original walls around the city and was the birthplace of the famous count. It's also a great place to pick us some excellent original art.
Harlingen TX USA
Romania is a very beautiful country with majestic mountains and awesome sceneries. Most of all, the Romanians are so hospitable and very friendly. I love the food - sarmale, ciorbe, mici, cozonac and torts! You have to come and visit Romania!
Full time Mom
Romania has majestic castles, medieval towns, great hiking and wildlife... English is fairly popular among younger people and it is spoken by most people in the tourism industry. I visited few places without any plans, but I really enjoyed...
Brasov is a lovely town, an old fortified city tucked in a beautiful valley; it has become a rather big tourist attraction so there are many "Western" style restaurants to choose from, lots of shops selling Romanian souvenirs...
Bran Castle ("Dracula's Castle") is a national monument and landmark in Romania; although it is one among several locations linked to the Dracula legend, including Poenari Castle and Hunyad Castle), it is marketed as the home of the titular character in Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Telecom Software Consultant
I went to Romania once on a business trip where I stayed in the centre of Bucharest. Two things in particular left an impression: the people and the houses.
People were living under very different conditions, like in two different worlds, but they were all very friendly and forthcoming. They were hospitable and proud of their country.
The city itself was a variety of beautiful old houses next to the modern aspect of new buildings, side by side, a unique selection of architecture.
Hopefully I will get the time to visit Romania again, it is surely worthwhile.
Deputy Quality Manager
Atlantic Airways Faroe Islands
Romania has many special places, from the beautiful mountains to the Danube Delta. There are great cultural experiences too - Romanians are so artistic and musical. The best thing is all the wonderful people I met - friends I will never forget.
My visit to Romania was brief but memorable and left me wanting to experience more: the great cafes and bars, the remarkable Presidential Palace, the many and varied museums, hidden churches, beautiful parks and gardens, and most of all, the wonderful hospitality of the people.
Dr. Sonia Nikolovski
Researcher at University of Manchester, UK