With Romania lying at a crossroads in Europe, it is easy to reach. Airlines, railways and trans-European roads, as well as waterways connect it to all the cardinal points of the Continent. The harmonious relief, featuring plains, hills and mountains, makes Romania ideal for tourism.


In the Romanian Carpathians, representing an important part of the Alpes-Carpathian-Himalayan chain, mountain resorts offer all it takes for memorable holidays. The towns of Vatra Dornei and Borsa in the north, Slanicul Moldovei, Borsec and Sovata in the center, Poiana Brasov, Predeal, Sinaia, Busteni, Căciulata and Calimănesti in the center-south zone, Muntele Mic, Semenic and Băile Herculane in the south-west, Stâna de Vale in the north-west are only some of the holiday and health resorts in a widespread tourist network providing high-standard accommodation.


Thermal and mineral water springs in Romania represent the most important source of medicinal waters in Southeastern Europe, Romanian  spa resorts being well known for their beneficial effect in various conditions and diseases.


The Black Sea Coast – one of Europe’s widest seacoasts – features 15 resorts spreading over 50 km, each special in its own way, with fine beaches, hotels and health spas.


In the North of the seacoast lies the Danube Delta, the second largest delta in Europe. Unique on the continent, its beauty, the exquisite landscapes and the rich wildlife made UNESCO declare it a Biosphere Reserve. It is the newest and lowest territory of Romania with a relief permanently under change. The minimum altitude is –36 m on Chilia Arm, and the maximum +13 m on the dunes of the Letea Sand Bank.With an area of 2.590 km2, the Danube Delta includes both dry land and swamps with lakes and streams.