• Destiny Guy

    I would like to how is life in romania and specially in Cluj?

    • http://www.bucharestlife.net Craig Turp

      ‘how is life in romania’

      Depends on your circumstances… Subsistence farmers toiling away every hour of daylight have a grim existence, people in towns fare better, some better than others. It’s an impossible question to answer!

      As for Cluj, read this fellow’s blog: according to him life in Romania is without question wonderful and way better than anywhere else in the world (especially the US) and anyone who suggests otherwise is a traitor and a horrible person and, like, just so wrong, man.

    • Parmalat

      Generally speaking, it could be better.

  • http://travelthroughromania.blogspot.com/ Romania Travel Guide

    Nice post . Indeed Brasov , Bran , Rasnov they are very good places to visit , and don;t forget Apuseni mountains.

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  • Ayce

    “Presence of major car-rental companies: Rank 1”

    At least we’re the best in something. 😀

    • http://www.craigturp.com/ Craig Turp

      Indeed, it is not all bad by any means, and Romania is up three places overall from 66 to 63. But the country really loses points for its lack of transport infrastructure. We have said this before: even if millions of tourists – keen to catch a glimpse of Elena Udrea and other such attractions – were to turn up at the border tomorrow, how to transport them all to where they want to go?

      • Anon

        trains, must have a high speed rail network to get people to the likes of Brasov, Bran etc… Romania isn’t a big country and should be easy to navigate if there were a good rail link.

        • Anon

          Let’s face it, Bucharest, although it has the airports, isn’t exactly a place for tourists.

          • Craig Turp

            No and probably never will be. But Brasov, Cluj, Sibiu etc. should be Touristville, Tennessee.

            • anon

              *should* being the operative word, but three hours from Bucharest to Brasov by train is a bit of a turn off for someone who’s just traveled across Europe on a plane.

            • anon

              oh midnight and I’m not asleep because of a bastard dog barking away somewhere nearby…*sigh* work tomorrow is going to be fun:( I’d like to see those cunts at DogsTrust stay on their high horse after months of sleepless nights.