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The town of Aurel Vlaicu is named after the famous Romanian aviator of the same name who was born here in 1882. A small museum...

The pretty and typically Romanian village of Carta (or Cirta as it is spelt on some old Russian-era road signs) is almost in the centre...

Bran Castle, most commonly known as Dracula’s Castle, was not built by Vlad Tepes (father of Vlad the Impaler) upon whom the novelist Bram Stoker...

If you cross the border into Romania near Oradea this could well be the first campsite you will encounter. You will not be disappointed! Dutch...

This large tourist complex provides 84 touring pitches (67 with 6A electricity) in a heavily wooded site next to a busy and noisy main road...

Romania

Perhaps best known for Transylvania, the location of Dracula’s castle, Romania is a land of fertile plains, meandering rivers and splendid mountains. The Carpathians traverse the centre of the country and the Danube ends its journey here in the Black Sea, forming one of the most interesting wetlands in the world: the Danube Delta.

There are a few campsites in Romania situated in Transylvania, one of which is the aptly named Vampire Camping. Bran Castle is now a museum open to tourists and displays art and furniture collected by Queen Marie. A trip to Bucharest offers impressive architecture, visual arts and music.

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