Private jet charter and flights to Romania
Romania's unspoilt landscapes and traditional way of life can make travel here a little challenging, but they also help ensure navigating the southeastern European country is a magical adventure - from staggering mountain scenery to wild bear encounters. Experience it all: request a private jet charter qoute from Air Charter Service.
The country is perhaps best-known for Transylvania, the forest-cloaked land that's home to Gothic novellist Bram Stoker's legendary vampire, Dracula. Encircled by the Carpathian Mountains in central Romania, this spectacular region's otherworldly landscape is scattered with dramatic gorges, over 4,000 caves and the mighty Scarisoara Glacier - a national monument. Admire the fairytale architecture of clifftop Bran Castle and discover vibrant villages alive with centuries-old traditions and folklore.
Transylvania is also home to some of Romania's most enchanting urban centres featuring cobblestone streets and historic architecture, including beautifully preserved medieval towns like Brasov and Sibiu, the ancient metropolis of Cluj, and UNESCO-listed Sighisoara. Further afield, capital city Bucharest is known for its huge Communist-era Palace of the Parliament and elegant Art Nouveau buildings. Wander around the charming Old Town, hang out in hipster coffee shops and admire some of the city's stunning Orthodox churches.
Romania's remoter regions hold some of its greatest treasures. Home to one of Europe's largest undisturbed forests and a plethora of wildlife including the formidable brown bear, the majestic Carpathian Mountains offer endless outdoor adventure in an unspoilt wilderness with rock-climbing, gold eagle tracking and glacial lake trekking. Less intrepid types should head to the Black Sea Coast during the warmer summer months for sun-soaked relaxation, while culture vultures can discover the painted monasteries of Bucovina - eight Romanian Orthodox churches whose exteriors are covered in intricate paintings depicting stories from the Bible.