Traveling in Romania restricted

by Albert Greculescu

Traveling in Romania restricted

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While strolling around Romania's streets, it's easy to observe the architectural variations between the buildings. While some are considered contemporary architecture, others have obviously endured the test of time and bear the weight of history on their shoulders.
These diversities, among others, contribute to the country's uniqueness and enchantment for foreign tourists.

Bucharest's Parliament Palace and Carturesti Carusel Bookstore are other popular tourist destinations. Additionally, the nation is renowned for its amazing roads and delectable traditional cuisine, particularly the Mamaliga and Sarmale.

However, like the rest of the globe, Romania's travel and tourism sectors were severely impacted last year by the Coronavirus epidemic. Since the outbreak began, officials in Romania have implemented entrance bans and other restrictions in an attempt to contain the COVID-19 crisis.

According to World Health Organization data, Romania has recorded a total of 1,103,198 instances of COVID-19 infection, resulting in 34,650 fatalities. Such figures have compelled Romania's government to maintain the preventative measures enacted to halt the virus's spread.

The president of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, said: Travelers are advised to strictly adhere to our country's entrance restrictions in light of the continuing epidemic.