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Tourist arrivals and overnight stays increased by 9.8 per cent and 12.6 per cent respectively, according to recent figures released by the National Institute of Statistics in Romania. Furthermore, in comparison to May 2013, customs registered an increase in both the arrivals offoreign visitors at 0.4 per cent and in the departures abroad of the Romanian visitors of 6.0 per cent in May 2014. Most…
Published in Leisure
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 12:54

DirectRooms officially launches in Romanian

As part of its international expansion plans, DirectRooms, the hotel meta-search site, has officially launched its multiple language options, adding the Romanian language to its platform. The Romanian public can now search for the best available hotel room deals from over 270 sites with ease, as well as real-time pricing and best available discounts spanning more than 253,000 hotels. According to the National Institute of…
Published in Technology
Thursday, 22 May 2014 12:18

TAROM unveils summer updates

Having launched its summer season schedule, Romanian flag carrier, TAROM, is now offering its passengers more regular flights and charter services to holiday destinations. The airline has added brand new Bucharest-Moscow and Iaşi-Tel Aviv services to its network portfolio, and in June, Bucharest-Stockholm and Iaşi-Milan services are to be introduced. TAROM has additionally increased the number of flights per week for the following destinations: Geneva…
Published in Transport
Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova, all countries along the Danube, will be inviting visitors to this year's ITB Berlin to explore their touristic offerings. Numerous events and activities will grant exhibition goers the chance to familiarise themselves with the destinations along the Danube, while simultaneously obtaining an overview of the business and tourism potential this region offers. Located on the stand…
Published in MICE
Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova, all countries along the Danube, will be inviting visitors to this year's ITB Berlin to explore their touristic offerings. Numerous events and activities will grant exhibition goers the chance to familiarise themselves with the destinations along the Danube, while simultaneously obtaining an overview of the business and tourism potential this region offers. Located on the stand…
Published in MICE
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