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- Iasi Hotels price from 48 €
- Sibiu Hotels price from 32 €
- Targu Mures Hotels price from 43 €
- Oradea Hotels price from 27 €
- Mamaia Hotels price from 26 €
- Ploiesti Hotels price from 50 €
- Sighisoara Hotels price from 26 €
- Baia Mare Hotels price from 53 €
- Arad Hotels price from 68 €
- Galati Hotels price from 44 €
- Deva Hotels price from 36 €
- Tulcea Hotels price from 26 €
- Alba Iulia Hotels price from 33 €
- Satu Mare Hotels price from 39 €
- Bistrita Hotels price from 31 €
- Suceava Hotels price from 32 €
- Pitesti Hotels price from 40 €
- Sinaia Hotels price from 63 €
Romania is a country located between Central Europe and Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea. Romania shares a border with Hungary and Serbia to the west, Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast and east, and Bulgaria to the south.
Romania's terrain is distributed roughly equally between mountainous, hilly and lowland territories. The Carpathian Mountains dominate the centre of Romania, with 14 mountain ranges reaching above 2,000 m or 6,600 ft, and the highest point at Moldoveanu Peak. These are surrounded by the Moldavian and Transylvanian plateaus and Pannonian and Wallachian plains. Romania's geographical diversity has led to an accompanying diversity of flora and fauna.
Lakes and lake complexes have a low share throughout Romania, occupying only 1.1% of total land area. The largest lake complex in size is Razelm-Sinoe, located on the Black Sea seaside.
Owing to its distance from the open sea and position on the southeastern portion of the European continent, Romania has a climate that is temperate and continental, with four distinct seasons. The average annual temperature is 11 °C in the south and 8 °C in the north.
The official language of Romania is Romanian, a Romance language related to Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Romanian is spoken as a first language by 91% of the population. Hungarian and Vlax Romani are the most important minority languages, spoken by 6.7% and 1.1% of the population, respectively. Until the early 1990s, there were also a substantial number of German-speaking Transylvanian Saxons, even though most have since emigrated to Germany, leaving only 45,000 native German speakers in Romania. There are approximately 32,000 Turkish speakers in Romania.
Romania is a secular state and has no state religion. However, an overwhelming majority of the country's citizens identify themselves as Christians. 86.7% of the country's population identified as Orthodox Christian according to the 2002 census, the vast majority of which belongs to the Romanian Orthodox Church. Other major Christian denominations include Protestantism, Roman Catholicism and the Romanian Greek-Catholic Church. The latter two religious organizations suffered most severely under the Communist regime.