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April 12, 2021

Spring edition of Romania’s Tourism Fair kicks off with thousand of discount holidays of up to 50 pct

The spring edition of Romania’s Tourism Fair (TTR), which is to be held at Romexpo between 22-25 February, has in store for Romanians thousands of discount holidays of up to 50 percent.

For four days, the visitors will be informed about some of the most beautiful and spectacular areas of the country, such as the Danube Delta, the Macinului Mountains Reserve, Bucovina, cities with fortified citadels from Transylvania, spa resorts, the Romanian seaside, mountain resorts. Far away destinations, presented for the first time, are also included in the offer of tour operators.

The Republic of Moldova will also be present as tourist destination at the TTR in a conference that will also be attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Romania, representatives of the National Tourism Association of Moldova, but also actor Roland Huisman, the one who featured in the presentation promo of the Republic of Moldova.

According to chair of the National Association of Tourism Agencies (ANAT) Alin Burcea, over 200 companies from 11 countries will participate in the TTR, namely Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Israel, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Moldova, Palestine, Spain, Hungary, Turkey.

Romania’s Tourism Fair is biannually organised by Romexpo, together with the Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Romania, in strategic partnership with the National Association of Tourism Agencies of Romania (ANAT) and with the Romanian Organization of SPA Owners (OPTBR), the Romanian Tourism Employers Federation (FPTR), the National Association of Rural, Ecological and Cultural Tourism (ANTREC).

The visiting hours are between 10:00 hrs and 18:00 hrs, in the period 22-24 February (Thursday-Saturday) and on Sunday, 25 February, between 10:00 hrs and 16:00 hrs. The price of an entrance ticket, including for students, is 10 lei. Children aged under 7, persons with disabilities and institutionalized persons benefit from free entrance.


Two Romanian entrepreneurs launch ViziteazaDelta.ro booking platform, following 130,000 euro investments


Two Romanian entrepreneurs Dragos Catalinoiu Gociman and Gabriel Iliescu will launch, on the occasion of Romania’s Tourism Fair (TTR), the first presentation, booking and sale platform of a tourist destination of Romania, called ViziteazaDelta.ro, following some investments worth approximately 130,000 euro.

“So far, we have earmarked almost 130,000 euro to this project from our own funds, and in the next year we intend to invest another 70,000 euro, money that will also come from our own funds,” Dragos Catalinoiu Gociman, who is one of the initiators of the ViziteazaDelta.ro project, stated.

The ViziteazaDelta.ro booking platform is, according to a release sent to AGERPRES, specialised in promoting integrated tourist packages (accommodation, transport, meals, trips, recreation, all in one place) and, it currently is the first and only platform of Romania that offers integrated tourist services for the Danube Delta.

“The main benefits that the tourists can have if they decide to use our platform are to create their holidays or corporate events on their own, on the “Do it yourself” principle and they benefit from 24/7 tourist assistance, seven days a week at the destination, because we have ViziteazaDelta.ro representatives that can help them to solve, at the scene, any kind of additional requirements that they might have,” Dragos Catalinoiu Gociman added.

He underscored that the platform already has a team of 21 employees and a department dedicated to organising corporate events in the Danube Delta.

“We foresee that in the first year of functioning, after the official release, we will have tourist packages sales worth approximately 3 million euro. We believe that, just like us, Romanians have confidence in the Romanian tourism and see in the Danube Delta a top-European tourist destination,” co-initiator of the project Gabriel Iliescu stated.

The entrepreneur stated that the Danube Delta can be that “steam-engine” able to make Romania an attraction point on the tourist map of the world.

ViziteazaDelta.ro represents a complete and integrated platform for the promotion and booking of tourist services of the Danube Delta. The ViziteazaDelta.ro team proposed to bring in the Danube Delta one million tourists until 2021 and significantly increase the occupancy rate of hotels, hostels and households of the Delta’s villages both in season, extra-season and during regular weeks of the year.

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