Before deciding when is the best time to visit Romania, it is important to know what options you have in each season. I bet that before selecting your next holiday destination you always check how is the weather there. Sometimes it rains and nobody likes to be wet when travelling. Sometimes it is so hot that you are melting! You are not sure if the building you are seeing is actually a palace or you’re having hallucinations…
For Romania, it is important to decide first why do you want to visit it. And after that you will see when is the best time to visit Romania. So, come to this beautiful country:
Winter is the best if you want to see a snowy fairy tale, a white sea with idyllic views. Enjoy the winter traditions that last for ages. Taste some specific Christmas cake, cozonac, a sort of pannetone, but with a lot of nuts in it, and drink some palinca, a very cool and hot in the same time drink.
Spring is nice if you want to attend nature’s show with thousands of colors, smells and sensations,. Also it is a good idea if you want to walk in a lilac forest, to run in a daffodil meadow or to see the wild life. Taste the nature’s best and most healthy gift for the human: all the plants in the woods that are good to eat only in spring!
Summer is for those who want to experience the mountains coolness on the most beautiful road in the world, Transfagarasan, or on the highest road in the country, Transalpina. It is a good choice if you want to freeze in Scarisoara cave, which has in it an underground glacier. Or just have fun at the seaside, in the most animated place in south-eastern Europe: Mamaia.
Answer the question “what is the best time to visit Romania?” with “Autumn” if you want to taste a good wine with some delicious Romanian dishes. Give the same answer if you want to visit medieval fortresses and castles surrounded by extreme colors: red, green, yellow, brown, all in the same place!
So did you decide when is the best time to visit Romania for you? You can visit it any time of the year! It is just a matter of perspective and, of course, new experiences!