8 Best Spots For Hiking In Romania 

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Prahova Valley - If you're looking for an active day in a city-oriented vacation, this is the most convenient option from the capital.

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Macin Mountains - The Macin Mountains are not just part of this massive range, they are the oldest mountain in Romania and home to an incredible national park.

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Malaisi Cabin - Chalet is located in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Busesgi Massif and is quite accessible.

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Siaucus, Mt. - Like many of these hikes, you'll need a car to enjoy this one, as there is no public transportation in the area.

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Vulture Lake - Legend says that this is where the high-altitude raptor comes in the spring to teach its young to fly.

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Piatra Craiului National Park – When it comes to hiking in Romania, the hike up to the Piatra Craiului National Park is a must-see.

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Bala Lake/Transfagarasan - The guys from Top Gear called Transfagarasan the best driving road in the world.

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Apuseni National Park - This national park is known as speleology paradise and has more than 400 caves to explore.

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