Lepsa is located some 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Bucharest, the country's capital.
Eastern Romania is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is simple. Make sure you to set aside plenty of time to discover the numerous attractions this region offers. Two examples of places in the vicinity of Lepsa are Slanic-Moldova, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast, and Covasna, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the east.
Every destination has its unique history and Eastern Romania has its own stories to tell. The fortresses here provide a great snapshot to the past. Travelers who come to Eastern Romania are often delighted to discover the lighthouses here.
For those who love the water, plan to enjoy some watersports. Canoeing is popular with the locals and another popular watersport on offer is swimming. This place also has some truly unique experiences such as sky diving.
Take your tastebuds on an adventure through the flavors and aromas of Eastern Romania. Two of the regional delicacies worth trying are parjoale (meatballs) are iahnie (beans with ham). Eastern Romania is the perfect place to gorge on delicious poale in brau(sweet cheese pie).
You will be reluctant to say "La revedere" (farewell) to this appealing spot.