Top ten most appealing winter landscapes in Romania
Talking about mid winter and harsh blizzard closing in, we thought some genuine Romanian winter views will get things easier and more romantic.
So, we made a top ten most appealing and plastic winter landscapes from Romania.
1. The Sphynx in Bucegi. It is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Mountains’ National Park, located at an altitude of 2,216 metres (7,270 ft), a 10-minute walk from the Babele.2. Waterfall in Maramureș, northern Romania.
3. Cota 2000, Dorului Valley (Sinaia) is located at the feet of Furnica Mountain and reveals itself as one of the most renowned ski resorts in Romania.4. Frozen sea front in Constanta city, on the Black Sea coast.5.Winter view in Bukovina, the picturesque region in northern Romania.
8. Păltiniș mountain resort in Transylvania, 35 km south-west from Sibiu in the Cindrel Mountains. It is a popular winter destination and mostly sought in summer for its fresh air.9. Cișmigiu Park in Bucharest. It is the oldest park in the Capital city and the largest one in the city’s center area.
10. Winter view above Sfatului Square in Brașov. Built in the 13th century, it once served as a meeting place for local councilors. It is famous for its picturesque scenery with views to colorful architecture and beautiful baroque ornaments.