There are many natural sites in Romania (Transylvania) 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.

The numerous hiking trails lead you through the species-rich national parks, nature reserves, around lakes or over mountains and offer you a wonderful journey through the fantastic nature of Romania.

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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...

Fagaras Mountains

The Fagaras Mountains (Muntii Fagaras) belong to the Southern Carpathians in Romania, and are an impressive mountain landscape, whose highest peak is Mount Moldoveanu with an altitude of 2,544 meters. A bit lower lies the beautiful mountain lake Balea Lac at an...

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Romania is characterised by numerous nature parks, idyllic forests, mountain peaks, lakes and the sea.

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