Romania ended 2016 with 425,000 Italians (NIS border according to the monthly statistical bulletin), up + 35% yoy. Bucharest received only 94,000 (+ 18%), with 164,000 overnight stays (+ 17%). “These figures are explained by the fact that Romania has become very affordable in these years Italian visitors, now there are direct flights to 11 cities in our country,” comments John Podosu, the Romanian Tourism Office in Italy.
“Some destinations emerging now finds Oradea and region to which it belongs, which will be connected with the flight Blue Air on 31 March in Turin and flight Ryanair on 5 April. The saw is undoubtedly the old city center, restored little time from European funds, as well as thermal localities surroundings with Felix, 8 km, which owns a water park and hotels of 4 and 5 star “.
The government’s strategy in terms of tourism points to growth remain wellness due centers shrink across the country thanks to the structures of excellence and Therme Bucharest, the biggest spa in Europe inaugurated a year ago and positioned 15 km from the capital and 5 km the airport.