Containing the vast majority of the Danube Delta and situated north of the Balkan Peninsula is the wonderful country of Romania. A Romania holiday is as varied as you want it to be and is suitable for all kinds of travellers. A Romania holiday rental house will not only offer all of the amenities that you would expect of a top hotel it will provide you with a wonderfully comfortable place to rest your head after an exhausting day sightseeing or simply de-stressing.
A Romania holiday is so versatile that it is an excellent choice whether you simply want to laze and watch the world go by or get your teeth stuck into a multitude of activities and attractions. Amongst the activities available on a Romania holiday are swimming, fishing, diving, surfing, water skiing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling, tennis, golf, small game hunting, skiing, bobsleighing and snowboarding. There are so many more, that it is highly unlikely that you will be able to fit them all in during your Romania holiday!
If you decide to venture out from your Romania holiday rental house after a few exhausting days of activity, then it is definitely worth visiting the country’s capital city, Bucharest. Visitors will find a multitude of interesting attractions here that all relate to culture, history and architecture. One item that should be on the top of your itinerary is a visit to the Museum of the Romanian Peasant. This extensive museum was opened in the early 20th century and has an impressive collection of all sorts of items including pottery, jewellery and traditional peasant clothing. Astonishingly, the museum also has an actual wooden church and a wooden peasant house within its walls.
If you are thinking about booking a fantastic Romania holiday rental house then you should expect to enjoy a Temperate or Continental climate, depending on where abouts in the country you visit. The warmest months of the year to have a Romania holiday tend to be July and August when the daytime temperature can be as high as 28°C. The cooler months of December and January see the daytime temperature drop to between 5°C and -4°C. The annual rainfall amount for the country averages out between 15 and 30 inches.
Travel to Romania Travellers on a Romania holiday can arrive at several airports with the Henri Coanda Airport (BUH) in Bucharest being the largest. Air operators that offer cheap, regular flights to the country include BMI, Swiss Airlines, Austrian Airlines and British Airways. Passengers can depart the UK from numerous airports such as Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX), London Heathrow (LHR), Edinburgh (EDI) and Leeds (LBA).