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Romania is a delightful country where nature, traditions and rural life still manage to coexist. From the wilderness of the Carpathian Mountains to the amazing diversity of the Danube Delta, from the foothills of Transylvania with lost villages among the meadows to the traditions still kept in Maramureș and Bucovina.

Romania is a safe, new, premium and convenient EU destination. It has retained its character so well preserved and offers more unspoiled nature than any other European country. There are & UNESCO heritage sites, including the Danube Delta and the fortified churches in Transylvania. It is an easily accessible international destination, with direct flights to 28 European cities, and has excellent international standard hotels. It is one of best locations to organize any kind of congress, meeting or incentive trips.

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Paloma Tours DMC.

The Paloma Tours story started in 1995 when Theodor and Claudia Badiu transformed their passion for travel into business. Our priority is our clients, our passion delivering top services and we are guided by our slogan: “For excellence in service“

Specialisms: Incentives Team Building Events Meetings Product Launches Cruise Handling Congresses Conferences Conventions Corporate Travel Group Travel Luxury/VIP Travel

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    Why This DMC?

    I transformed the passion for traveling into business. My mission is to provide to our customers excellence in services. Life is challenging, but it is a fantastic trip. Leave a mark to be remembered.

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    Why choose Romania – why choose Paloma Tours

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    Romania is …accessible, diverse, natural gem with amazing wildlife, cultural heritage, traditions are still alive here, tasty gastronomy, modern and fun nightlife!

    Romania is a country located at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe, having its opening to the Black Sea in the east and to Danube River in the south.

    Romania is mostly a cultural and historical country having many unique places that must be visited, especially in Transylvania – the center part of the country.

    The medieval towns, villages, citadels and fortresses are Romania’s treasures. Brasov and Sighisoara are some of the most remarkable medieval cities.

    The painted monasteries of Bucovina are one-of-a-kind architectural sites in Europe and seven of the churches were placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1993.

    Romania is the place where one of the biggest, largest and well preserved Deltas from Europe lies – Danube Delta – which is also a world patrimony.

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    FAQ

    We know what gets asked a lot about bringing groups to Romania. Here’s our fast track answers, so you know.

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    What are the best tours in Romania?
    • Transilvania’s Gems – Peles Castle,
    • Brasov, Bran Castle and Sighisoara Citadel
    • Bear’s Observatory or Bear’s Sanctuaries
    • Hiking Carpathian Mountains
    • Transfagarasan Road
    • Bucharest – the little Paris
    • Discover Bucovina and it’s Monasteries
    • Maramures – old traditions
    • Black Sea and Music Festivals
    How far is the drive?

    The drive between cities is 2-5 hours as Romania is rather a small country, imagine that you can cross the whole country in more or less 10 hours driving.

    Do you have malls?

    Yes, there are plenty shopping opportunities, from small traditional shops to supermarket and big malls.

    How is the weather?

    Romania has four seasons, temperate climate, depending on the activity you wish to do there is a month we recommend you to visit, example – sun tanning by the Black Sea from June to September, Danube Delta in September, skiing in December January, hiking from April to October, river rafting in May, June, September, Transfagarasan in July and August, Bear Watching from April to October, adventure tours like zipline, paragliding, rock climbing, etc from June to September, sightseeing – year round.

    What currency do you use?

    Romania uses ROMANIAN LEU, but you can pay with credit cards almost everywhere or exchange your money into local currency, there are many exchange house or ATM’s where you can redraw cash. Some venues like hotels and others will take EUR and USD.