The Ministry of Tourism is the only specialized institution of the Romanian central public administration, part of the Romanian Government, in charge of managing the tourism strategy and programs according to the market economy requirements, stimulating the initiative of the economic operators in their field of competence. One of the most important roles of the Ministry is to promote Romania as a tourist destination on the international markets.
Romania is the ideal destination for tourists who want to discover ‘untraveled paths’, unspoiled nature, authentic culture and ancient traditions. The Saxon Churches and castles from Transylvania (old historical region that covers the Central and the North Western part of Romania), the wooden churches from Maramureş District, the painted monasteries of Bucovina (old historical region in the Northern Romania) or the old Dacian strongholds from Orăştie Mountains (Central part of Romania) are all surrounded by an untouched suggestive nature sprinkled with wooded mountain peaks, steep gorges and valleys, foamy rapids. Everywhere in Romania, nature is an amazing traveling companion.
Active and adventure tourism, cultural tours, rural, city breaks, spa, both for health treatment and wellness are amongst the most interesting tourist products that Romania offers. Romania holds a third of the Europe’s thermal springs scattered across its territory and takes pride in being the home of the largest spa center in Europe. The main features that give Romania a fantastic position as a tourist destination are: nature, unspoiled areas in the Carpathian Mountains and the Danube Delta, the unique cultural heritage, with many sites under UNESCO protection, the authentic way of life and culture.
By keeping unchanged the ancient traditions and ways of life, the cultural and natural heritage, Romania will benefit from the growing trend of tourists returning to nature, of tourists in search of special experiences, who choose holidays in which culture, art, history, spirituality and education play an important role.
In 2018 Romania celebrates 100 years as a modern state, under the slogan “Celebrate Together”! We invite everyone to join countless events that will take place all over the country aimed at showcasing Romania as an interesting tourist destination, its friendly people and unique and beautiful attractions.
More information: www.romania.travel/ www.turism.gov.ro/ www.newsturism.ro.
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