Why should I not go to Romania?

The landscapes are boring, the beaches are ugly, the food is quite disgusting, and the castles are small and lame. And don’t even get us started on history. There is literally no historical tale worth telling in the whole country.

Is Romania expensive to travel?

The good news is that it’s never too expensive to visit Romania. This country is considered one of the least expensive European countries and traveling there won’t strain your budget too much. Just like anywhere else, there is low-season and high-season so you can notice a slight difference in prices.

How many days in Romania is enough?

You can easily spend five to seven days here if you are interested in uncovering all its gems. But if you don’t have that much time, you can see the essentials in two days. Start with a walk in the Old Centre, filled with gorgeous buildings, cafĂ©s, bars and terraces.

What are some strange laws in Romania?

Law against drunkenness The innkeeper must have been an educated person, at least 25 years old, married and with a good reputation. The innkeeper was not allowed to sell or keep spurious brandy or wine made from anything than plums or grapes. Also, the innkeeper must have had always wine in stock.

Is Bucharest safe for solo female?

Don’t worry. Bucharest is far more safe than many other places in Europe, even at night. Romanian hotels are not used to book airport transfers for guests, because you will see a really huge amount of (very cheap) yellow taxis in the streets of Bucharest and at the airport.

Is Transylvania safe for tourists?

According to numbeo.com in mid 2020 Romania ranks as 25th safest country in the world and 13th safest in Europe, surprisingly safer than countries such as: Germany, Sweden and UK. Transylvania is the central region of Romania and until 1918 it was part of Austro-Hungarian empire.