- Romania has had some of the lowest number of infected persons and deaths due to Covid 19 among the European countries. This fact and our preventing measurements taken by our country makes us a safe destination right now
- Our borders were opened for any kind of transportation to Romania, without quarantine or isolation starting 16 of June. In August we started to impose mandatory 14 days quarantine to people coming from countries that are on the "yellow list", a list updated weekly.
- Our hotels were opened from 1st of June 2020, operating along new health regulations
- Restaurants, bars and malls are all open for business, following the rules regulations regarding sanitary protocols and social distancing. Indoor parts restaurants are still closed.
- Most of the Museums, Castles and Palaces started having visitors again from 5th of June - you will feel as like a VIP as they allow the visit in small groups. Let’s explore medieval times together!
- Most of the people are still using masks inside, therefore we will provide them for you where needed
- During the lockdown period, Paloma Tours has specialized in organizing ONLINE EVENTS/Congresses so do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in such a product
- Best time to have an Incentive/Leisure group visit to Romania is between May and October, but for the winter lovers we recommend January and February
- The Carpathian Mountains are home to the largest virgin forests in Europe and are home to over 400 unique mammal species, including the Black Goat. 60% of the brown bear population in Europe lives in the Carpathian Mountains in Romania. We invite you to discover it yourself (but be aware!)!
- The statue of King Decebal, carved in a rock from the Danube Boilers, is the tallest stone sculpture in Europe, 55 meters high
- Romanian banknotes are made of a special plastic, so if you forget them in your pocket and wash your clothes, they remain intact and good to use again
- Besides being the second largest government building in the world, the Palace of the Romanian Parliament is also the heaviest building in the world and cost about $ 3 billion. The building contains 3,500 tons of crystal in 480 chandeliers, and 700,000 tons of steel and bronze was used for the monumental doors and windows. Guinness World Records has declared the building the heaviest on the planet.
- Bucharest is home to one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world - Cărtureşti Carusel, where there are more than 10,000 books
- Romania is a country with four Nobel laureates: George Emil Palade (medicine), Elie Wiesel (peace), Herta Muller (literature) and Ştefan Hell (chemistry)
- It is the birthplace of the founder of the Illy coffee company, Francesco Illy, who was born in Timişoara; he later moved to Vienna and then to the Italian city of Trieste.
- The ASTRA Museum in Sibiu is the second largest open-air museum in the world. It has over 300 houses and buildings, including water mills and windmills, huge wine presses, fruits and oil, hydraulic forges and much more
- Rural Romania has a special charm, with many areas where guests can stay in traditional houses, some restored, that keep exactly the style of the area but also offering contemporary comfort. Prince Charles of Great Britain fell in love with one of the Romanian villages, so much so that he bought some properties there, restored the houses and now he can host you when you visit.
Let Paloma Tours take you round Romania in real life, or help you host your events or conference online – just contact us now
Tel: +40 21 314 66 47