Tips for Travelers

Going to Romania for the first time, it is useful to learn about some of the nuances of the country. This will help to avoid problems that might arise from your ignorance. Customs regulations in Romania differ little from conventional: there is a ban on the importation of narcotics, weapons, etc. There is a restriction on the importation of coffee and cocoa: no more than 200 grams per person. In the country, you can freely import up to $ 1,000, the amount from 1 and up to 50 thousand dollars to be declared. The best mode of transport to travel around the country is a train. Prices are lower than on buses. Besides Romanian buses are very old and most of them are uncomfortable. As for public transport, the most common means of transportation is a taxi. The only drawback is the fact that the taxi drivers usually do not speak any other language than Romanian. There is a subway in Bucharest, it runs from 5 till 23:30. Cards (tickets) are sold at the entrance. Station names are usually very difficult to see because signs hang in the most awkward places, so try to listen to ads stops. But the best way to get acquainted with Bucharest is explore it on foot in order not to miss any of the sights.





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