Braila County is situated in Muntenia region from Romania, in the east part of the country and its neighbors are the following counties: Tulcea in east, Constanţa and Ialomiţa in south, Buzău in west and Vrancea in north-west.
Braila City 206.000 people
+4 0239 or 0339
Făurei, Ianca, Însurăţei
DN22 Brăila-Râmnicu Sărat
Relief, climate, rivers and lakes from Braila County:
Braila County has a predominantly relief of plain (Baragan Plain and Braila Plain) and meadow (Danube Meadow, Siret Meadow and Brailei Puddle). The highest elevation barely exceeds 100 meters height. Braila‘s climate is temperate-continental with hot summers and milder winters. The annual average of the temperature is around 11º C and the rainfall is low and because if this, the irrigation are necessary for agriculture. (Find more journeys on blog.worldlifetimejourneys.com) The major rivers with their basins are Danube, Siret and Buzau Rivers, each with their tributaries. The biggest and most important lakes are Tataru, Salty, Albina and Lutul Alb (White) Lakes.
Flora and fauna, tourist objectives and attractions from Braila County:
The flora is represented by deciduous forests (oak, poplar, willow) and the fauna is specific to the plain area with many species of rodents and fish species present in lakes and rivers. Fishing is a main branch in the area. The most important tourist objectives and attractions from Braila County are Insula Mica (the Little Island) and Insula Mare (the Big Island) of Braila, Viisoara Forest, Lacul Sarat (Salt Lake) Resort, Braila’s Museums, Danube’s Cliff, Braila’s Citadel, the Historic Center, the Clock from the Center and many others. Visit Braila County!
The Little Island of Braila where Danube Delta has its beginnings