Have you ever been to the most beautiful villages in Romania? Now it is the time!
These are 10 of the most beautiful villages in Romania you must visit once in your lifetime.
Fall is already upon Romania; with rains that seem will never end and much cold.
However, there are some villages in Romania that don’t seem to care about all that. Sure, fall has come to them too, but they seem to be handling it pretty well.
If you live in Romania, you don’t need to go abroad in order to find breathtaking landscapes, because Romania has them too.
Why not take advantage of the beautiful landscapes and book a holiday in one of these villages located in Romania?
From the places you must visit in Romania, we are taking things more in detail and we are going for the villages. This is where the true magic happens.
This is where you will also find rustic landscapes, breathtaking views and great people!
So, come to us in this journey where we get to see the most amazing villages located in the largest country in Southeastern Europe and the twelfth-largest in Europe.
10. Ciocanesti, Suceava
First stop, Ciocanesti. A village with different vibe located on Bistrita Valley, on the road between Moldova and Maramures, not far away from Worcester.
It is one of the few remaining villages that managed to keep, despite the time passes, the architectural harmony in a word that is obsessed with PVC windows, modern design, and stainless steel details.
09. Palilula, Dolj
And according to Ealuxe readers, Palilula is the one of the most beautiful villages in Romania.
Located at 8km from Craiova, the village is 191km away from Bucharest, the country’s capital.
It is a dreamland, which looks like it was featured in the most amazing fairytales.
08. Botiza, Maramures
Next stop, Botiza. Located in the heart of Maramures, on Iza Valley, is a fairytale land, inhabited by the nicest people who defy the time. Among the beauty of the places that will warm your heart with safety, here you can visit Botiza church and the mineral spring Borcut.
But once you are thee, make sure you also try their food. You won’t regret it!
07. Plesa, Suceava
And we have reached Plesa now. Not many people know that in Bucovina, near Gura Humorului (Humor Mouth), is a beautiful village, inhabited exclusively by polish people.
Romanian language is rarely used here, mostly at holidays, and when Romanian guests arrive.
Among the peace and quiet and the wellness, the breathtaking views are a part of the package. The perfect place to find more about the culture, cooking style, and polish traditions.
06. Rimetea, Alba
Rimetea is the fourth village on this list. As one of the most beautiful villages in Transylvania, this place is amazing.
Villages say that here sun rises twice a day. And in a way that is true. The village is bordered by steep mountainsides, which creates the impression that the sun rises twice on the sky.
Rimetea is the place to go if you are into extreme sports and mountain climbing, and because it is the ideal destination for flight with paraglide.
05. Sirnea, Brasov
Sirnea looks like it was a part of J.R.R. Tolkein novels. It is a village in Brasov, located on the end of Piatra Craiului Mountains. This village is known for being the host of many events such as Focul lui Sumedru (Sumedru’s Fire), which is set on 25 October.
04. Tibanesti, Iasi
Located at the limit of Iasi, at a distance of 50km from Iasi and Vaslui and Roman, Tibanesti is the place you want to visit if you want to see amazing things.
For example, the Petre P. Carp mansion that was built around 14 century.
03. Viscri, Brasov
Viscri, Brasov is a village with 1,000 people that end up being known all over the world, after Prince Charles bought a house there.
We understand why the Prince fall in love with this village; because of its amazing views, of course.
02. Jurilovca, Tulcea
Jurilovca is a village located 85 kilometers away from Constanta and 301 kilometers away from Bucharest.
Among the main attractions in the area we include Golovita and Razim lagoons.
01. Hasmas, Arad
The county that was included in the office guide of the “Most beautiful villages in Romania”, is Hasmas.
On its territory have been discovered traces of the culture Tisa, a blooming culture and the most famous one from the county.
Now that you’ve seen all the villages in Romania, what do you think? We highly recommend you to pack your bags and go visit the country, we are sure you aren’t going to regret it.
Even though not many people know about the existence of Romania, the country has a lot to offer. It even has the best internet speed, even better than U.S. Did you know?
Which one have you visited? How many of these villages would you like to visit?