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DIY Destinations - Romania Budget Travel Show

Charles is on an epic journey in Romania on a budget, visiting some of the most popular and off the beaten path attractions. Valuable advice includes getting around inexpensive, getting a local SIM and cash local currency.

Starting in Bucharest, we'll visit Palace of the Parliament, Dambovita River, and in the Old Town: Stavropoleos Moastery, Biserica Sfantul Anton. As well important landmarks like Revolution Square, Romanian Athenaeum and Arc of Triumph.

In Sinaia, the famous Peles Castle and the Monastery. The Caraiman Cross in Bușteni on Bucegi Mountain. in Brasov, Piata Sfatului and cable up the Tampa Mountain, Șchei Gate, Black Church and Biserica Sfantul Nicolae, as well as the Prejmer Fortified Church and Bran Castle. In Sibiu, the Holy Trinity Church, the Grand Square, Council Tower and Bridge of Lies, Balea Lake and the Ice-Hotel by driving through Transfăgărășan Road. From Cluj Napoca, Union and Museum Square, Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania and continued on to Scarisoara Cave, Rosia Montana Roman Mines Gallery, Bride's Veil Waterfall and Lake Beliș-Fântânele. Salina Turda Salt Mine and Turda Gorge. The last part of the journey will be Timisoara to visit the all the local sites: the Liberty and Union Square, Botanical Park, Victory Square and Communist Consumers Museum. The last city we visit will be Oradea, including the Town Hall Clock Tower, the Citadel and St. Nicholas Cathedral.

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