January is mid-winter in Romania and that means very cold temperatures and snow. But if you're looking for a low-cost ski vacation, Romania should be on your radar. Read on to find out more about traveling to Romania in January.
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February is mid-winter in Romania and temperatures are cold. But if you don't mind taking it slowly and enjoying indoor attractions, or alternatively skiing at some of Europe's most underrated resorts, then February's not a bad time to visit. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in February.
March in Romania sits between winter and spring, and visitors may encounter both seasons, depending on where you visit. It's a good time for snow sports and cultural sightseeing. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in March.
April is spring in Romania and the shoulder season between the quiet, cold winter and the hot, busy summer. With Orthodox Easter usually falling in April and bird migrations to the Danube Delta, there are wonderful cultural and natural attractions to enjoy in Romania in April. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in April.
May is shoulder season in Romania, with warmer weather and a range of cultural and outdoor attractions ready and waiting. But it's also notoriously wet. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in May.
June is the start of summer—and of the high season—in Romania. Temperatures soar and many people flock to the Black Sea coast and to the mountains to cool off. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in June.
July is midsummer in Romania, and that means coastal towns get busy with visitors trying to stay cool. It's hot and relatively dry, so the conditions are ideal for all kinds of cultural and outdoor activities—as long as you don't mind the crowds in the most popular places. Read on to find out more about traveling to Romania in July.
August is midsummer in Romania and a busy time to visit. The weather is hot and many people flock to the Black Sea coast, but you can also cool off with alternative outdoor adventures in the mountains. Read on to find out more about traveling to Romania in August.
September is late summer/early fall in Romania, and this means it's shoulder season for travelers. Sunseekers, outdoor lovers, and cultural enthusiasts can enjoy a range of activities, depending on where they go in the country. Read on to learn more about traveling to Romania in September.
October is fall in Romania and the start of the low season. However, if you enjoy pretty fall colors, harvest festivals, and fewer crowds, it's a good time to visit. Read on to find out more about traveling to Romania in October.
November is the start of winter in Romania and not generally a popular time to visit. However, if the idea of touring atmospheric medieval castles, churches, and monasteries appeals to you, November might be the ideal time. Read on to learn more about visiting Romania in November.
December is mid-winter in Romania, and that means cold temperatures and landscapes blanketed in snow and ice. Christmas markets add festive cheer to towns and cities. Read on to find out more about visiting Romania in December.