Surface:Romania covers a total area of 237,500 sq km.
Population: Romania has a population of 22,276,056, constituting of ethnic Romanians, Hungarians, gypsy Romas and others.
System of government: Romania is a semi-presidential democratic republic.
Capital: With a population of 1,940,500, Bucharest is the capital.
Religion: Romania is a secular country, with Romanian Orthodox as the largest religion.
Official Language: Romanian is the official language; Hungarian and German are also spoken.
Government: Romania is a semi-presidential democratic republic.
Climate: Romania has a temperate climate.
Units of measure and electricity: Romania follows the metric system of measurement while the official unit of electricity is 230 V and 50 Hz.
Time Zone: The Romanian standard time is GMT + 2.
Currency: Romanian Leu (1 € = 3.35 L)
Travel documents required: All travellers are required to have a passport. Some nationals do not require a visa for a certain period while some nationals require an official notarised invitation from a Romanian company or individual.
Bucharest has one of the most extensive systems of public transport in Europe, even though it can sometimes be confusing and crowded. By Buses, trams and trolleybuses. Bucharest has a very complex network of buses, trams and trolleybuses which is, at first glance, fairly confusing to the tourist. This is not because of any inconsistencies within the network, but rather due to the intricate web of hundreds of bus, tram and trolleybus routes found in the city. Once you know your way around the network, however, public surface transport can be a very good way of getting around since there is a bus, tram or trolleybus stop virtually everywhere in this city. The vehicles are usually very frequently, although they can also get terribly crowded at peak hours. By taxi There are a lot of taxi...
Timisoara in Romania is a historical place with natural beauty all around. “Unirii Square” is one of them. It is a great place to have fun, relax, rest and enjoy hot drinks. It’s a good to visit in evening as the ancient architecture looks more beautiful. “Roses Park” is another must visit place famous for its all types of roses with all colors. You can smell the pleasant mix perfume of all the roses here which is unique and you won’t find it anywhere else on the Earth. The best time to visit is June when the park looks great with nearly all the roses blooming. There are only roses, roses and roses spread all over the garden. It’s even more romantic to walk around or sit somewhere. Park has a rare view which pleases your eyes and so peaceful around to calm your ears. Timisoara is overall a...