If you are looking for an active day in an otherwise city-orientated holiday, then this is the most convenient option from the capital.
If you’re getting the train to Prahova Valley, but want to explore somewhere a little deeper into the mountains.
Because, while the Macin Mountains are not part of this massive range, they are home to Romania's oldest mountain and an incredible national park.
The chalet is nestled in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Bucegi Massif and is pretty accessible.
Like many of these hikes, you'll need a car to enjoy this one, as there is no public transportation in the area.
Legend says this is the place where the high altitude raptor comes in spring to teach its hatchlings how to fly.
When it comes to hiking in Romania, a must-see is the hike up to the Piatra Craiului National Park.
The boys on Top Gear called the Transfăgărășan the best driving road in the world.
This National Park is known for being Speleology heaven (that’s the study of caves if you’re not in the know!) and boasts over 400 caves to explore.