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Zone North-West

Zone North-West

Northwest Region includes the historic area and areas adjacent Cri, with an area of 34,159 square kilometers, representing 14.3% of Romania's territory in the region being covered Bihor, Bistrita-Nasaud, Cluj, Maramures, Satu-Mare and Salaj. The North-West in 2005 was 2,737,400 inhabitants (12.6% of the total population of the country) and has an average density of 80.1 inhabitants per square kilometer. Population dynamics of the region is characterized by a natural increase of -1.7 in 2004, the lowest value recorded in Salaj (-3.0 ) and highest in Bistrita-Nasaud (0.0 ) only county in the region that experienced a negative natural increase.

 

Zone West

Zone West

West region includes the historical province of Banat Romania and its adjacent areas, has an area of 32,034 km ² constituting 13.44% of Romania's territory and includes the counties of Arad, Caras-Severin, Hunedoara and Timis.

Tourists can explore the diverse architectural heritage, both secular and religious buildings and the rich folklore of the area. They all have roots in many cultures and civilizations, because in addition to Romanian, have lived here for centuries and Hungarians, Saxons, Serbs, Czechs, Slovaks, Bulgarians, Ukrainians, etc.. In addition to cultural and rural tourism, Crisana and Banat, can offer many temptations to travel, such as mountaineering and winter sports. In addition, interested persons hunting, horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing and cave expeditions in the novel may find here a rich supply in this respect.

 

South-West Region

South-West Region

The region benefits from a diversified tourism potential, including spelunking and mountain tourism, spa tourism, ecotourism, natural parks (over 200,000 ha of protected areas), religious tourism (over 60 Orthodox monasteries and churches). Because of its position, the varied landscape, ancient monuments and cultural traditions, the tourist potential of Oltenia is very diverse, being concentrated in three areas: Clisura Danube - Iron Gate, Sub Gorj and Valcea, with significant natural and architectural monuments, fountains and thermal treatment, saline treatment and Olt Valley north of Ramnicu Valcea. Lotrului Valley, the resort Voineasa can provide good conditions for winter sports, hunting, fishing, climbing, hiking and skiing resort Rânca. Rural areas offer genuine hospitality based on an unpolluted environment, quality wine, gastronomy and famous folk traditions of Oltenia.

 

Bucharest Region

Bucharest Region

Bucharest is Romania's capital and at the same time, the largest city industrial and commercial center of the country. Population of 1,944,367 inhabitants (est. January 1, 2009) is that Bucharest is the sixth city in population in the European Union.

In fact, however, Bucharest gather daily over three million people, and experts predict that over the next five years, the total will exceed four million. Add to this the fact that the settlements around the city, which will be part of future metropolitan area population totals about 430,000 inhabitants.

 

Zone South-East

Zone South-East

The region is represented by the Black Sea coast, which includes 13 stations, with accommodation, treatment and recreation between Navodari and Mangalia, Danube Delta - a tourist attraction and a high scientific, Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. The region benefits from a special spa with a long tradition Techirghiol, Eforie Nord (with similar properties curative mud from the Dead Sea), agro-tourism (Braila, Galati and Tulcea) tourism, recreation (hunting and fishing) in Small Island of Braila, Braila Great Island, etc.. Vrancea and Buzau mountain area of tourist interest in unique tourist areas in the country, such as Muddy Volcanoes (Berka), caves Bozioru, fires coming. Cultural and historical heritage of the region getic, Roman, Greek, Byzantine monasteries and mansions, mostly concentrated in the counties of Tulcea and Constanta.

 

Zone North-East

Zone North-East

The territory of the North-East is a harmonious combination of all forms of relief. From the west where the Eastern Carpathians, the relief height lost by the Sub-east, plateaus and even plain to the Prut valley. A trip to Piatra Neamt Suceava Worcester and then the visitor can convince the truth of the said regions. In this area, two national parks, and Bicaz Ceahlău - Hasmas Keys are special attractions. Facilities on the lakes or river valleys in the counties of Botosani, Iasi and Vaslui counties are areas of attraction for amateur fishermen. European road network, national rail and make the region is accessible from any point in the country by car or train.

 

Central Region

Central Region

Lacking proper plains, topography significant part of the Centre Region includes the three branches of the Romanian Carpathians (almost half of the region), the Transylvanian Plateau and the hilly area of ​​the depression area of contact between the hilly and mountainous area. Central Region includes the counties of Alba, Sibiu, Mures, Harghita, Covasna, Brasov, and has a population of 2,638,809 inhabitants, an area of 34,100 km ².

The main forms of tourism in the Central Region are mountain tourism, health tourism, cultural tourism and agrotourism.

 

South Region

South Region

The South is a development region of Romania, created in 1998. It has a total area of 34,453 km ². The region has a varied landscape scales arranged in the south are lower altitudes, while in the north can be found and altitudes of 2,500 m above sea level. But relief is predominantly plain. Relief structure is plain 70.7%, 19.8% and 9.5% mountain hill.

The region's main waterway is the Danube. Other major water courses are: Olt, Arges, Dambovita and Ialomita. The hydrographic network is rich in lakes and most important being: Vidraru Mostiştea lakes and Lake Vacaresti.