Category: Romania general information
Romania, the largest of the Balkan states, sits at Europe’s crossroads and is an ancient land that has witnessed the rule of the Romans, the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires. Its unique historical legacy is one reason why Romanian citizens often refer to themselves as ‘an island of Latinos’ in a ‘sea of Slavs’. It’s impossible not to be charmed by Romania, with a culture so different from other European destinations.
Transylvania enjoys a continental climate. It does not get very high rainfall (about 500-800 mm); the summers are hot and the winters are cold. Average temperatures in Transylvania range from 20 °C (68F) in July to 10 °C (50 °F) in April and October, and -2 °C (28 °F) in January. Tourists usually visit Transylvania between May and October, except for those interested in winter sports. Find out the current temperature in Transylvania with our six-day Transylvania weather forecast below.
A little forethought is the best way to remain healthy on an overseas trip. For any existing health problems, carry sufficient medication to see you through your entire trip. Taking spare contact lenses and an extra pair of glasses – your optical prescription could spare you several problems too. Carry your medication in original, properly labelled containers.
We have created this Transylvania map to let you compare the locations of our hotels in Transylvania. Compare the hotel’s location to the attractions you wish to visit and decide on your Transylvania hotel. Or look at our Romania map and find some other holiday locations.