In Romania there are numerous hotels, restaurants and high-profile entertainment facilities designed to meet the tastes of the most demanding customers. However, it is wrong to believe that Romania would be a comfortable place for only the thick wallet holders. In the last years the number of hotels of different categories continued to rise; the service infrastructure is improving; the range of offered services gets extended.
If you found your hotel in Romania by using internet network services then get an email address of the hotel and communicate all your questions and concerns via email. The hotels in Romania mainly use an individual approach to their customers; therefore it is possible that you’re going to be offered a package of services with a price reasonable for you.
Savings have always been based around planning. Try to define the timeframe a year before your future trip. The earlier the better. Then you could have significant savings on air tickets. Often during the off-season, especially in January-February, the airline companies carry out discount airfares thanks to which you can purchase the air tickets not only for the specified period but also for the other dates of the current year.
There are lots of restaurants and cafés of different class and category in Romania: from fast food chain restaurants like McDonalds and KFC to expensive high-profile establishments like famous restaurant. Besides that, al major the cities are rich with many small inexpensive restaurants, which offer dishes of both national and European cuisines. So, for sure you won’t stay hungry. The average bill in a prestigious capital restaurant can be about 23€. In an average café or restaurant you can easily have lunch or dinner within $8-10.
You should know that many even luxury restaurants during the day time offer business lunch menu, which includes standard set of dishes: soup, main course, salad and drink of your choice. The duration of the offer is usually limited to the interval from 12 a.m. till 3 p.m., and the cost of it varies from €4,5-7,5.
Not many people know that there are many cafés and restaurants in the downtown of Bucharest where you can eat quickly and hearty for a modest sum. Finally, you can purchase food in supermarkets, get salads and so called dishes for heating, semi-finished foods or get groceries and cook something yourself. A little imagination and you are provided with a hearty meal!
Romania has a well-developed railway network that covers virtually the whole country. Trains are one of the most popular means of getting around Romania. They are inexpensive and generally on time.
Buses, trams and trolleybuses (buses run by electricity with wires overhead) provide transport within most towns and cities in Romania, although many are crowded.Bucharest is the only city to have a metro.
You can come to Romania and spend an amazing time with a tiny budget!