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May 16, 2021

Romanians consider domestic holiday destinations safe, want to travel to Transylvania, Bucovina, Danube Delta

Romanians consider domestic holiday destinations to be safe and want in 2016 to enjoy more travels to Transylvania, Bucovina and the Danube Delta, according to a survey conducted by a portal of online bookings and issued on Thursday to Agerpres.
These said they would continue to travel abroad, but with more caution and attention regarding their security. Some 60pct of respondents said they would spend their holiday in Romania. The most popular holiday destinations of 2016 are the villages of Bucovina and Transylvania, where 32pct of respondents said they would spend their holiday, the Black Sea coast – for which 29pct will opt, the Danube Delta – preferred by 22pct of respondents, as well as the Prahova Valley, the destination mentioned by 10pct of the respondents, according to the survey conducted by HotelGuru.ro.
Although most of the 2,300 respondents said that had not changed their holiday destination following the terror attacks, almost 60pct of them said from now on they would take into account also the safety of the holiday destination. At the same time, nine in ten Romanians consider that Romania is a safe country for holiday-making.
Other safe destinations mentioned are Spain, Italy and Greece, followed by Switzerland, Portugal and Austria.
The survey has found that Romanians spend an average of 150 lei per day in a domestic destination, whilst the minimum budget for a holiday abroad reaches on average of 150 euros per day per person. Most Romanians said they would travel in couple, with family or friends. Only 5pct of those who filled in the questionnaire said they would travel alone.

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