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Visiting Romania in Winter, bad idea?

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Visiting Romania in Winter, bad idea?

Post by ryanx » November 27th, 2013, 4:00 pm

I have a couple free months on my hands before my next project and I was thinking to go to Eastern Europe and specifically Romania. One simple reason is that I am in Valencia Spain right now and there are very cheap flights from here.

I have heard so much about the beautiful ladies of Romania and how approachable they are and I want to see for myself, but is it a good idea to go in Winter?

Can I still have fun and be comfortable? The city I have in mind is Iasi - but I am open to suggestions. I just want to pass a couple of months cheaply and meet women.

Ideally I would like to be in Thailand right now but I just don't fancy paying hundreds of dollars and 12 hours on planes etc.

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Post by raduczoid » December 16th, 2013, 4:23 pm

Romania is not on the North Pole, I'm sure you'll manage with few degrees below zero;)

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Post by Jackal » December 16th, 2013, 7:08 pm

Also, keep in mind that Transylvania tends to feel colder than other regions of Romania, if you are also considering going there. No, it's not a result of being scared by vampires lol; it is because it's on a high plateau.

Iasi is quite far from Transylvania, though.

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