Tourist Travel Information about Romania
With a population of just under 20 million people, Romania is the largest country in the Balkans. Situated in the eastern portion of the Balkan region, its southeastern edge runs along the Black Sea. In addition to its coastline, the country is famous for its forests of Transylvania, which is home to Dracula’s castle, the mythical site of the famous vampire. Additionally, the Carpathian mountain range (one of the largest in Europe) is popular among both travelers and locals for its beauty and hiking trails.