About Bed & Breakfasts in Romania
At a first glance bed and breakfast in Romania is not a very well-known type of accommodation. Actually, the country has years-long traditions in providing B&B accommodation in quite a number of properties, which are better known as pensions (pensiune) or guest houses. A large part of them are certified by the Romanian Association for Accommodation and Ecological Tourism - Bed & Breakfast. As a general B&B in Romania is synonymous to home-like ambiance, great hospitality, high-class comfort and standard of services. Bed and breakfast accommodation may be found in charming town houses or private flats in Bucharest, Sighisoara, and Sibiu, in cosy mountain houses in Brasov or summer houses in Constanta as well as in Iasi, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca and all other major tourist destinations of Romania. Bed and breakfast are a perfect way to rediscover the local traditions in Romania and its beautiful nature, historic and cultural heritage.
Romania is very often related to football, the Dacia cars, insulin, and Count Drakula. This is a land of contrasts, which unites influences of Balkan, East and West cultures. It definitely amazes with its large cities boasting impressive western-style architecture but there are also quaint towns with strong Balkan flair and some pretty unique village with authentic local architecture. Romania has plenty of cultural and historic landmarks such as palaces, museums, galleries, churches, monasteries, some of worldwide importance and protected by UNESCO, but the country's nature is even more fascinating than its heritage. Romania is home to the huge Carpathian mountains and the delta of the river Danube - the largest and best preserved river delta in Europe. It also has a very long Black Sea coast. Travelers who love nature may enjoy skiing, swimming, fishing, trekking, cycling, rock climbing, horseback riding, etc.