HOW EXPENSIVE IS BUCHAREST, ROMANIA? 🇷🇴 A DAY OF BUDGET TRAVEL

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  1. A nice video, Thank you.
    I am English and I love Bucharest.
    The point I would like to make here is that nearly everybody under 30 years of age can speak excellent English. Also, the older people can also at least understand what your English means. My limba Romana is fairly basic and I always have a language dictionary with me. I am improving! 🙂
    The Romanian people are very appreciative of tourists and usually are exceedingly helpful if you have a problem. I have many examples of help, assistance and friendship happily given to me.
    The only people who may try to con you are the taxi drivers, often from Poland or other Eastern European countries. NEVER take a taxi from the airport. The bus service is quick, fairly frequent and cheap. The inexpensive buses and metro are good, but they do not go everywhere. Also, the buses are not like in most western countries. They seem to change their routes for no apparent reason. 🙁 I may one day understand why… but I will not hold my breath waiting for the answer…. 🙂
    There are many, many more parks and sights to see and things to do than in most other capital cities. My favourite park is Gradina Cismigiu. In comparison to Herastrau, it is tiny. However, being small, compact and beautiful, I could easily spend a whole day walking around it and it is so quiet there. Plus, it is close to Piata Unirii, which is usually judged to be the centre of town because it is closest to the old town and is easy to find.
    Thanks again for your video. Living in Bucharest as a tourist is not expensive.

  2. The Coldest Inhabited Place on Earth: Oymyakon, – a temperature of −67.7°C (−90°F) recorded at the weather station. Maybe best not to visit mid-Winter where it averages -50°C (unless you are a polar bear)…

  3. I think Budapest it’s better than Bucharest on all capitols.

    If the City Hall of Bucharest will actually care and start to reconstruct Bucharest (renovate and paint all buildings, improve roads, make more bikes roads, plant more trees, start making parking lots underground, implement a modern public transportation system, make Dambovita River navigable for tourists by finishing Ceausescu project unifying Danube with Dambovita and make 2 ports in Bucharest etc.) then Bucharest will be indeed really beautiful.

    Right now it’s concrete jungle, full of taxi scammers, dirty as hell, (Dambovita river looks like 200 years old abandoned river from scary movies) old town it’s a black hole with expensive restaurants, loud music and full sex shops, and i can continue on and on here.

    The only good points of Bucharest it’s his parks (specially Herastrau and Cismigiu parks) but even this parks they now start to crumbling down after 30 years of 0 improvements and ignorance from the City Hall.

    Bucharest was very nice once (Little Paris) before the Second World War and communism. However no one did as much harm of this city as the last 30 years of so called “democracy” period of Romania.

    The last 30 years has been worse than communist period (which it’s pretty hard since Ceausescu in his stupidity destroyed half of Bucharest and the old beautiful buildings.)

    That’s why when tourists usually end up here they are leaving pretty fast and never come back again.

    By the way I am from Bucharest, Romania I was raised and born here, but last couple years I don’t live there anymore even if once in a year I come to visit my friends there.

    And with every year that it’s passing the city it’s becoming worse and worse (lately it looks like a big parking lot, there are cars literally everywhere, on pedestrian road, and parks etc.) and with every year the city is losing more and more the green side in favor of concrete.

    Trees are cut down and replaced with concrete or cars. It is pretty sad but this is what it happens when you have ignorant people in power which are put there by an ignorant population…

  4. Why do these ugly comic-figures have to travel at all ? They know nothing, they represent nothing, they do not understand anything they see or experience and they do not bring the visited places any profit, because they have no Money to spend on good Hotels, Restaurants and the like.And when I visit nice places, these weird creatures molest me with their dumb giggling and stupid clothes.

  5. be careful in Romania, you could get out of Romania without money and married for the woman to have European citizenship

    In Romania they do not have a civic sense, because it is a people that for a thousand years has been wandering in all the cities of Europe, and outside the European nations, The father of your future bride will do everything to make you marry her daughter, or her 18-year-old niece "maybe" or the wife

    they can threaten you until you fall into their scam

    Please read carefully what can happen in Romania

    Many European tourists like Italians, French, English, Germans, Americans etc ..

    A dear English friend of mine and his friend have been in a small town called Comanesti ', after a second day in a B&B they made friends with two very beautiful girls, unfortunately they fell into the sexual trap, two days before leaving my friend with his friend had a bad awakening, with the Father and the brothers of the Romanian women, Mold Arold and Patrik in the grip of the serpent, The father of the Romanian woman told them that the girl remained pregnant, and could not go from Romania until they had to pay 5,000 pounds that in Romania they are 56,300 Leu 'Romanian coin,

    there was a lot of money in euro, the choice was either the money with a female pig or marrying the two girls, none of them had that amount, Finally they got 10,000 pounds sent to pay the doctor for an abortion, but actually none of the two girls were pregnant, They are not the only tourists looking for sex in Romania who fall into the grip of Romanian, European newspapers have also given a name to this scam

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