Discover the most beautiful romanian regions for outdoor sport activities.
Capital city-Bucharest : known as the little Paris or the Paris of the Balkans, Bucharest is a beautiful city which mix many styles.
Regions: 41 judete
Currency-RON : you can find banks and exchange offices in all cities. Exchange rate 1 Euro ~ 4, 4 RON
Language -Romanian : But everyone speaks English very well and with a little luck you can do you understand in French 🙂
Transportation: Transport networks are relatively well spread but not very fast. Transportation is in development with the construction of new highways and new infrastructures. You can choose between car, bus or train.
Electricity: 220 V, 50 HZ
Accommodation: You’ll find the classics, hotels, hostels, campsites and B & B at prices ranging from 10 to 150 € and more for luxury hotels and springs. Romania is a relatively cheap country even though prices have sharply increased since the accession to the European Union.
Food to test: Romanians are often proud of their cuisine witch is very rich. The main specialties are “sarmale” (stuffed cabbage), “the mici” (based on a mixture of minced meat) and “mamaliga” (Romanian polenta), but also has many dishes based peppers, meat and cabbage. Romanian pastries are also very good.
Outdoor activities: In Romaina, you’ll find all kind of outdoor activities ,unfortunately, tourism is underdeveloped and it is sometimes difficult to find the information needed to access it.
Hiking in the Carpathians (rendez vous with brown Carpathian bear) or kayak or boat in the Danube Delta remain GREATEST.
Canoeing, kayaking, rowing on wild rivers who cross the country.
Road cycling, mountain biking …
Paragliding, skydiving etc
The most popular sports in Romania:
Football, gymnastics and athletics
Plan your trip
Romaina is beautiful in any season! However, its continental climate reserve a pretty rough winter.
To fully enjoy all outdoor activities in Sportrotter mode, we recommend the months of May to September.
Avoid August because the temperatures around 35 °C are not favorable for outdoor sport activities.
Romania is part of the European Union and Schengen. For members of the Schengen area, there is no need for a visa.
Focus SOL on the region
SOL invites you to discover the region of Piona Brasov you’ll find all the practical information by clicking here
In the footsteps of Sportrotters