When to go to Romania
When you are preparing to organize a trip, one of the elements that most affects the climate. Here we will try to provide useful information on when to go to Romania.
The country enjoys a temperate continental climate, generally characterized by hot summers and cold winters. Generally, the best time to visit the country is from May to mid-October. This is the best time to go to Romania, especially to visit Bucharest.
Spring, in our opinion, is ideal for visiting Transylvania. The temperatures are pleasant, and the evenings are fresh.
Obviously, the conditions vary depending on the areas. The Carpathians, and in general All the mountain regions and villages at high altitude, have different microclimates, with the possibility of snow also in late March and early April. The capital, and the south-eastern part of the country, have a milder climate, because they are affected by the influences coming from the Black Sea. Summers are quite hot. In the middle of August, the Black Sea water reaches 24 degrees. Sourly note of the summer, it is the rains that fall quite frequently in the month of June.
Through our κ index, we provide an evaluation for every single month. In this way, you will be able to evaluate the best period when going to Romania.
In our opinion, the top month for a trip to Romania is September. In this period, the climate is really pleasant, warm and sunny, with few rains. Even May is a good time when going to Romania. If you are looking for a beach holiday, you should opt for August, the only month in which the Black Sea has temperatures above 23 degrees. Unless you are a lover of cold water!
Winter is definitely the worst time to travel in Romania. January, on all. The climate is harsh, and definitely complicated to visit places and attractions, or move by car. Especially if you intend to approach the Carpathians or the mountainous areas.