Romania shares land borders with its 5 neighbouring countries: Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova (not to be confused with the Romanian province of Moldova), for a total of 2 956.5 km; of these, 1 877.2 km are also borders of the European Union.
The Romanian climate is clearly continental, with hot summers (temperatures reaching more than 30°C) and fairly harsh winters (almost -10°C in Bucharest). This is more evident in mountainous areas than on the coast, where temperatures are milder.
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: Romanian
the discovery of orthodox Byzantine culture
After discovering an exciting capital, you cross the Carpathians and Transylvania, an ancient province of the Austro-Hungarian empire inhabited by the myth of Dracula. Dive into the heart of beautiful landscapes, local folklore and deep-rooted traditions. Bucolic villages, wealthy and medieval cities that oscillate between the Latin culture of Central Europe and the Byzantine Orthodox culture of South-Eastern Europe, it is an exceptional unknown heritage that awaits you and a tremendously endearing and hospitable people.