Natural Attractions Romania

Nature of Romania

Romania’s natural beauty is magnificent. Experience mountain peaks, caves, lakes, primeval forests, wild animals, countless rare plants and much more. The numerous hiking trails lead you through the different national parks and offer you a wonderful journey through a fantastic nature. There are numerous natural sites for you to discover! These include the Solomons Rocks, Bucegi National Park, Piatra Craiului Nature Reserve, Bucegi Nature Park, Apuseni Nature Park and the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, various lakes and many more. You can experience nature on your own or in a group during a guided tour. There are several well-signposted hiking trails in the various nature parks. However, do not leave the signposted paths.

Nature Reserves

Bucegi National Park

Bucegi National Park

The Bucegi Nature Park (Parcul Natural Bucegi) covers a huge area with numerous smaller nature reserves in the southern Carpathians of Romania.

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Piatra Craiului National Park

Craiului National Park

The Piatra Craiului Nature Reserve (Parcul National Piatra Craiului) covers an area of almost 15000 hectares and is located in the Southern Carpathians in the Brasov & Arges County.

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Piatra Mare Nature Reserve

Romania Nature Park Piatra Mare

The Piatra Mare nature reserve is part of the south-eastern Carpathians and is particularly known for the Canyon of the 7 Ladders (Canionul 7 Scari).

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Lake Saint Ana

Lake Saint Ana

Lake saint Ana (Lacul Sfanta Ana) is located not far from the town of Tusnad and is a volcanic lake at an altitude of about 950 metres and its shore length is 1.7 kilometres.

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Nature Experience

Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve

Parts of the Danube Delta are a biosphere reserve (Rezervatia Biosferei Delta Dunarii ) and unique in Europe. It is a grandiose nature reserve that relies on soft tourism. The delta is a labyrinth of smaller rivers, and larger estuaries of the Danube, as well as...

Piatra Craiului National Park

The Piatra Craiului National Park (Parcul National Piatra Craiului) covers an area of almost 15000 hectares and is located in the Southern Carpathians in Brasov & Arges County. The National Park offers different hiking trails whose entry points are located near...

Piatra Mare Nature Reserve

The Piatra Mare nature reserve, which means big stone, is part of the south-eastern Carpathians and is especially known for the Canyon of the 7 Ladders (Canionul 7 Scari). The highest point of the mountain is the peak at 1844 meters with the Romanian name Varful...

Lake Cincis Romania

There are various lakes in Romania, which are very different, including mountain lakes, reservoirs and some more.

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Romania Cave Bolii

There are various caves in Romania that are different from each other. Dive into the world of stalactites, stalagmites and more.

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Romania Waterfall Balea

Waterfalls are impressive and there are many of them in Romania. Sometimes larger, sometimes smaller, but always interesting.

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Fagaras Mountains Romania

The Fagaras Mountains (Muntii Fagaras) belong to the southern Carpathians in Romania, and are an impressive mountain landscape with peaks of 2,544 metres.

Cave Bolii Romania

Bolii Cave (Pestera Bolii) is located near the village of Petrosani and is well worth a visit. You enter the cave through a fantastic entrance that is about 20 metres high.

Danube Delta

Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve is grandiose and pure nature. This is where the Danube flows into the Black Sea. The delta can be reached from the city of Tulcea and only by boat.

Postavarul Massif Romania

Das Postavarul Massif gehört zu den östlichen Karpaten und liegt nahe der Stadt Brasov. Hierzu gehören Skigebiet Poiana Brasov sowie die Felsformation des Solomons Bergs und der Tampa Berg.

Bilder Folgen

The mud volcanoes of Berca (Vulcanii Noroiosi) are a unique natural spectacle near the town of Buzau in Romania. The nature reserve consists of two parts Paclele Mari and Paclele Mici and is unique in the world.

Hiking Path Romania

Apuseni Nature Park is located in western Romania between the cities of Arad and Cluj Napoca. Here you will find forest-covered hills, caves and gorges. Here you can go hiking, cycling, climbing and more.

Map of Nature Sites of Romania
Black Sea Romania

The Black Sea coast (Marea Neagra) is only about 250 kilometres long, yet Romania offers beautiful places and almost untouched stretches of coastline.

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Nera Gorge-Beusnita National Park

Nera Gorge-Beusnita National Park (Parcul National Cheile Nerei-Beusnita) is a nature reserve...

Seven Ladders Canyon

The Canyon of the 7 Ladders (Seven Ladders Canyon / rom. Canionul 7 Scari ) is one of the most...

Caves in Romania

Dive into cave worlds with stalactites, stalagmites and more. Romania's caves are among the most...

Scarisoara Ice Cave

Scarisoara Ice Cave (Pestera) is one of the most impressive caves in the Parcul Natural Apuseni...

Moceris Waterfall

The Moceris Waterfall (Cascada Moceris) is located near the National Park Parcul National Cheile...

Black Sea Romania

Black Sea Romania's Black Sea coast (Marea Neagra) is only about 250 kilometers long, nevertheless...

Bucura Lake

Lake Lacul Bucura is located in the Retezat National Park at an altitude of over 2000 meters and...

Beusnita Waterfall

The Beusnita Waterfall (Cascada Beusnita) is located in the National Park Cheile Nerei - Beusnita...

Top 10 Nature Reserves Romania

There are many natural sites in Romania (Transylvania) for you to discover! These include the...
Brown Bear Romania

The natural beauties of Romania are magnificent and still host many wild animals!

Hiking Romania

Experience mountain peaks, valleys, caves, lakes, forests, wild animals, countless rare plants and much more during hiking in Romania.