DenisaIm a free spirit, ready to travel everywhere! I try as much as I can to work remote as a photographer, graphic designer and marketing strategist! I am creative, enthusiast and open to new adventures!
DeeaFree spirit🕊 ,lover of nature🌳, , pediatrician 🚼 based in Cluj, Romania🇹🇩.Here to meet kindred souls and set off in new adventures 🌍
ElizaI am a very friendly and open minded person. I am extremely kind and nice to every human being. I am into sports and healthy living. I am creative and I love dancing. I love travelling, trying new things and trying new delicious local food 🍱 🥘❤️
Can host for 7 daysFree spirit🕊 ,lover of nature🌳, , pediatrician 🚼 based in Cluj, Romania🇹🇩.Here to meet kindred souls and set off in new adventures 🌍
Can host for 3 daysThank you for reading this introduction I am a solotravaler and i hope to visit romania and stay there get to know new people make fun memories and experciences
Can host for 2 daysHello there, beautiful soul. I’m Bia and I love traveling, meeting new people, learning stuff and making people smile. 🏽
based on 7 experiences
Absolutely loved Romania. I spent time in Bucharest, Sibiu, Hunedoara, Sighişoara, Poiana Brasov, and Ceptura de Jos. Did the Transfagarasan road and a few of the Castles. The trip is one of my favorites. I drove it and found it easy to get around, the people warm and friendly, and very inexpensive.Posted: March 25, 2023
I loved my time at the Black Sea beaches near Constanta. I only did a day trip to Transylvania and wish I had longer because it’s beautiful. I recommend the food tour "markets and mahallas" in Bucharest. Also loved the Romanian village museum in Bucharest.Posted: March 25, 2023
I was with a group of friends but often pulled away from them to do my own thing. During my trip, I spent most of my time in Bucharest, staying in the Old Town area, and also in a rural villa near Brasov. Despite traveling alone, I felt safe and had no issues when using trains, trams, and buses to explore the local area. Even when I accidentally took a train in the wrong direction, I found that people were very willing to offer assistance when asked. One of my most vivid memories of the trip was how helpful and friendly the locals were. I even ventured to an area that was supposedly rough, Ferentari, but had no trouble navigating there and back to Old Town. I highly recommend staying in the Old Town area, which, while touristy, has a vibrant atmosphere and is always bustling with people. The Old Town bric-a-brac market was a particular highlight of my trip, as it had an eclectic mix of vintage designer and everyday jewelry, old money, maps, art, cameras, and other curiosities.Posted: March 3, 2023
I did Romania solo and loved it. Felt very safe, the locals were friendly and helpful. I spent time in Bucharest, Brasov, Cluj (to see the salt mine), and went to see the painted churches in the NW region. I travelled around with the train and blabla car.Posted: November 25, 2022
We did Cluj, Apuseni Mountains and Salina Turda (salt mines) with 2 more girls. It was absolutely the best. We stayed in Cluj via couchsurfing. Then we hiked the mountains - got lost there every single time but always got saved by locals. I recommend trying “sarmale” “mamaliga” and their pancakes (can’t remember the name). Romanians do have really delicious cuisine.Posted: November 20, 2022
Itinerary: Day 1: Bucharest Day 2: Sighisoara Day 3: Sibiu Days 4 and 5 - Brasov Day 6: Bucharest Day 7: Bucharest Safety: I felt quite safe almost all of the time. Recommendations: Romania is absolutely gorgeous yet underrated.Posted: September 25, 2022
I was amazed by the beauty of Romania. I went trough Transylvania and visited Bran, Fagras Mountains (recommend if you are into trekking) there are incredibly beautiful landscapes, Retezat National Park another trekking area with amazing views! For cities to be honest I was not much amazed but I rented a car and went trough the rural villages that Romania is surrounded with it, it was an amazing journey. Sighisoara and Maramures were the best places I have visited.Posted: August 5, 2022
Yes, Romania is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Romania is a great destination for solo travelers. Romania is a safe country with friendly locals and plenty of attractions to explore. The country is full of beautiful landscapes, vibrant cities, and interesting cultural sites. There are also plenty of activities to enjoy, such as hiking, skiing, and exploring the countryside.
Romania is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy.
Romanian is the official language of Romania, although English is widely spoken in major cities and tourist areas.
The official currency of Romania is the Romanian Leu (RON). Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities and tourist areas.
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter Romania. Check with your local embassy or consulate for more information.
Romania is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Romania has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and trams. Taxis are also widely available.
Romania has a temperate climate, with hot summers and cold winters. Be sure to pack accordingly.
The best time to travel to Romania is during the spring and autumn months, from April to June and September to October. During these months, the weather is mild and the days are long, making it the perfect time to explore the country.
Yes, Romania is generally safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.