Travel Advice for European Countries: Romania
Located in southeastern Europe, Romania is slowly coming out of its dark history circuits. Modern Romania has been merged by joining two major, namely:
In Moldova and Wales, in 1859, formerly ruled by the Ottoman Empire. Romania is bordered by Moldova, Ukraine, the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Serbia, \ t
Montenegro and Hungary. Bucharest is the capital of Romania. Transylvania and Moldova form the northern part of the country. The main attractions in Romania are
Black Sea Coast, Carpathian and Transylvania Mountains. The Black Sea coast is popular for its white sand beaches and offers great family experiences.
The Carpathian Mountains are beautiful and covered with dense forests that offer skiing opportunities. There are also many health centers in Romania. Transylvania is
Popular in Romanian resorts, which were known for their many healing powers. Local cuisine includes cuisine such as cioba de perisoare (meat soup),
Ciorba Tanancasca (meat with vegetables), lamb bors, gibleton soup and various fish soups.
Population and languages
The Romanian population is about 22.5 million, while the official language is Romanian. Other popular languages are Hungarian and German.
The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The type of plug used is a round plug with coupling and a Schuko plug and a receptacle with side ground contacts.
It is situated in southeastern Europe, boundries the Black Ocean among Bulgaria and Ukraine. Its frontiers Serbia & Hungary to the west, Ukraine and Moldova
To the Northeast and Bulgaria to the South. The Carpathian Mountains cross the Romanian center.
The Romanian climate can be described as moderate and has four seasons. Cool and pleasant in spring and autumn. Summer is very short and hot
July and August Winter can be difficult and cold, from December to March. The finest months to see Romania are May,June,September & October month
Hand pressing is a common custom. It is also common to kiss when it is delivered to a woman. Romania is also subject to all normal European customs. Dressing is up
conservative and casual. Smoking is prohibited in public transport and theaters. The Romans love to smoke and therefore like it if you give them away
Cigarettes Tips are from 5 to 10 percent. restaurants, hotels and taxis.
Places to visit
Bucharest: The city of Bucharest, formerly known as East Paris, is a city with cafes, nightclubs and restaurants. He also has Romanian
Opera House and a huge national museum. Historical sites include the House of Parliament, the Old Court Church, and the Athenee Palace Hotel.
Brasov: Areas you shouldn’t miss are Transylvanian castles with bran castle and Rasnov Castle, and you have missed Sighisoara’s views about 90 km from Brasov
Vlad Tepes’s Birthplace.
Romanian Riviera: It is along the Black Sea coast, which is a great tourist attraction. He also lives in several Romanian resorts and resorts known for their healing.
By Air: The Romanian national airline is Tarom. Many popular airlines flying to Bucharest are Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, KLM,
Lufthansa and Switzerland. The largest airport is Bucharest Otopeni Airport, which is 10 miles north of the city.
Sea – Constanta is the main port of the Black Sea. Ferries are not currently in use. However, there are many cruises that stop at various points
Tourist interest, such as Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Basque, Giurgiu, Calafat and Bucharest.
By Train: To Western Europe in Bucharest is an international service that operates only during the summer months, ie from June to September, the name of the train.
The service is Wiener Waltzer.
Duty Free Products
1. Up to 200 cigarettes or 200 grams of tobacco.
2. 200 g of cocoa and 200 g of coffee.
3. Perfumes, medicines and memories.
4. Two cameras, a small video camera, twenty-four cartridges, a portable radio, a TV, a recorder, binoculars and a typewriter.
5. Gifts up to 175 EUR.
Tin goods, meat or dairy commodities, medicines, firearms, bullets, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages containing:
More than sixty percent of alcohol.