Vama is located approximately 270 miles (435 kilometers) from Bucharest, the national capital.
Don't limit yourself to Vama; the wider region features an abundance cultural and scenic attractions waiting to be explored. Sighetu Marmatiei and Satu Mare are two more places worth visiting while you're in Eastern Romania.
Spirituality is a fascinating facet of every region's DNA, so why not spend a little time in Eastern Romania's cathedrals and other important religious sites. Eastern Romania is a wonderful vacation destination for visitors interested in lighthouses.
Pack your own gear or rent it locally, and discover the region's water activities. Canoeing is one great activity. Another option is swimming. For those who feel it's important to pick up knowledge as well as happy snaps on their travels, this region has plenty of specialized activities, such as winery tours and city walking tours.
Why not treat your tastebuds for a tour of Eastern Romania's restaurants and cafés. Typical menu items include parjoale (meatballs) and iahnie (beans with ham), but naturally there are many other tasty options for real food lovers. Sample poale in brau(sweet cheese pie) at the finish of your repast. This is a popular choice for locals and travelers.
As you finish your stay, pack up your backpack and bid Romania a fond La revedere (farewell).