Bucharest, which is the national capital, is located 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Campina.
It's a missed chance if you limit your tour to the attractions of Campina because the entire region has been graced with a wealth of captivating things to do and see. If you are looking for more places to explore, head to the Sinaia Monastery and Peles Castle in the vicinity of Sinaia, which you'll find 18 miles (29 kilometers) to the southeast of Campina.
While you are staying in Campina, why not experience Bucharest. Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the south, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you can find Cretulescu Church, Monument to the Heroes of the Military Engineers' Army and Unirea Shopping Center. Village Museum, Kilometer Zero Monument and Giulesti Stadium are some more places worth visiting for those who would like to spend a while longer there.
To learn a little about the the local culture, visit Wallachia 's craft workshops, art museums and theaters. A good trick to get to know a spot is by gaining an understanding of its past. While here, be sure to drop into the area's fine historic palaces.
If you like the company of travelers of similar interests, Campina features a range of specialized activities such as city walking tours, guided nature walks and winery tours. There are many ways to make the most of the wide open spaces in and around Campina. Mountain climbing and hiking are just two ways thrill seekers here can get their kicks.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last Romanian lei on last-minute mementos and bid a fond La revedere (farewell) to the interesting characters you've met and the places you've spent time.