Retirement in Romania
No Dracula…but Romania more than makes up for that…it has gorgeous cities like Bucharest and Sinaia--the former being the exquisite, gothic Romanian capital, the latter being the “Carpathian Pearl” and the summer residence of the Romanian Royal family. In Sinaia, the Neo-Renaissance Peles Castle is one of the best-preserved in Europe… You can hike or ski in the Transylvanian Alps (the Carpathian Mountains).
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Romania Fast Facts
Language: Romanian, Hungarian
Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine
Climate: Temperate, cold winters with snow, hot summers with thunderstorms
Country Code: 40
Time Zone: GMT+2
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