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October 25, 2021

Romania, among Lonely Planet’s best travel destinations for 2015

One of the most powerful tourist guides worldwide, Lonely Planet, places Romania among the top of the best travel destinations for 2015, in terms of the price-quality ratio of the tourist offer, the Department for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Business Environment and Tourism informs on Wednesday.
Romania takes the ninth position in the chart drawn up by those of Lonely Planet, being outrun by Tunisia, South Africa, Shanghai, Samoa, Bali, Uruguay, Portugal and Taiwan.
‘Eastern European nations frequently appear in best-value lists, but in Romania’s case the entry is entirely warranted. Now vigorously connected to the rest of Europe by budget airlines, accommodation compares well in all price brackets to bigger-name destinations in the region. Bucharest is a case in point, where hotel beds largely welcome business travellers, so holiday season is, unusually, low season. Away from here there are budget-friendly homestays in medieval villages, spectacular castles and the unique Danube Delta, best explored by inexpensive, if slow, ferries,’ the Lonely Planet authors write about Romania.

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