Otopeni, Romania Car Rentals
Romania is in southeast Europe and is slightly smaller than Oregon. The Carpathian Mountains divide Romania's upper half from north to south and connect near the center of the country with the Transylvanian Alps, running east and west. North and west of these ranges lies the Transylvanian plateau, and to the south and east are the plains of Moldavia and Walachia. In its last 190 mi (306 km), the Danube River flows through Romania only. It enters the Black Sea in northern Dobruja, just south of the border with Ukraine. Romania's rich cultural traditions have been nourished by many sources, some of which predate the Roman occupation. The traditional folk arts, including dance, music, wood-carving, ceramics, weaving and embroidery of costumes and household decorations still flourish in many parts of the country. Despite strong Austrian, German, and especially French influence, many of Romania's great artists, such as the painter Nicolae Grigorescu, the poet Mihai Eminescu, the composer George Enescu, and the sculptor Constantin Brancusi, drew their inspiration from Romanian folk traditions. Romania offers countless unique travel experiences that are waiting to be discovered. A journey of a few hours by car can take you from the Danube River to a beautiful, intact, medeieval town in Transylvania; from Bucharest, Romania's capital city, to the Black sea, and from Southern Transylvania to Bocovina or maramures. Visitors flying into Romania who require a car should be sure to check out the wide selection of vehicles offered at Economy Rent A Car.