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Roman

Roman lies within Eastern Romania, a region of the world that is known for its remarkable forests, rivers and streams.

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The well-known city of Chisinau can be found 90 miles to the east of Roman.

Make sure you stop by Piata Roman Musat or Roman History Museum.

Check out what local events are taking place in the surrounding region and visit Miclauseni or Poiana Negri.

Dumbrava Roşie, a regional hub, is another top place to visit. It's approximately 25 miles from Roman and is home to a great selection of worthwhile visitor attractions, including Youth Park, Curtea Domneasca Complex and Cultural Center. Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum and Bal Shem Tov Wooden Synagogue are some more sites if you're not short on time.

Adventurous souls who would like to explore the area can sign up for mountain biking and mountain climbing.

The region has plenty of outdoor leisure activities that will help you to unwind. Time spent cycling or shore fishing will be sure to take a load off your mind.

Merge education and recreation by joining one of the region's group tours, such as city walking tours and winery tours.

Feeling brave? Go sky diving during your time in Eastern Romania and get an aerial view of its beautiful landscapes.

Head for the water and make a splash with some swimming or canoeing, two of the ways to meet the locals here.

For a glimpse of the culture of Eastern Romania, head to the region's art museums and history museums.

Get outdoors and discover the region with a trip to its intriguing lighthouses.

The old towns, fortresses and historic palaces of Eastern Romania deserve a place on every history lover's itinerary.

People exploring Eastern Romania like to learn about the region's religious practices at its numerous churches, cathedrals and monasteries.

Trying out different foods is an excellent way to get to know the area you are in. So be sure to stop by some of this region's bars, cafés and restaurants.

Make sure you look out for the more common regional ingredients, like lamb and fish.

Don't pack your bags for home prior to sampling parjoale (meatballs) and ciorbă ţărănească (vegetable soup).

Why not indulge in some clătite cu brânză (filled crepes)? This irresistible dessert is sure to satisfy your sugar cravings.

If you enjoy sampling the world's beers, pull up a stool and buy a round of Stejar. Clink your glasses and enjoy one of the area's most popular brews.

If you are in need of a non-alcoholic beverage, ask for a ceai (black tea).

One of the most popular spirits in this region is afinată (blueberry liqueur).

Many would say that the perfect dish is one that is served with wine. If you'd like to try something local, Tămâioasă Romanească and Grasă de Cotnari are both popular choices.

When it's time to depart, say a final "La revedere" to Roman, and be confident that all the Romanian lei you spent are nothing compared to the adventures you had.

For those who plan on arriving and departing by plane, you'll want to know that the nearest airport is approximately 30 miles to the south.


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Roman Plaza

Roman Plaza

Roman Musat Boulevard, No 26, Roman
4.5 out of 5.0

Situated in Roman, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piata Roman Musat and Roman History Museum. Municipal Park is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) away.

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