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How much does spending the 2016 New Year’s Eve in Romania cost? – Part 2

How much does spending the 2016 New Year’s Eve in Romania cost? – Part 2

Dear friends, as we stand musing, waiting for the New Year to come, we came to ask ourselves: How much does spending the 2016 New Year’s Eve in Romania cost? – Part 2 will give answers as to the options we have to spend an amazing Romanian New Year’s Eve in the mountains, if our last article was dedicated to Bucharest.

In Brasov, you can lodge in town, although most hotels that still have vacancies do not include meals. Don’t be too surprised if you encounter prices of over 1000 lei for a two-person package. Come to think of it though, spending the night between the years in the main plaza, gazing at the imposing figure of the mountains looming over the lit town, sounds beautiful!

Another very popular option, particularly among youngsters who party in groups, is Prahova Valley. Prices are generally high, especially at this date. But for 1000 or 1500 lei per night, you have every chance of renting a cabin with a capacity of up to 10 persons in Valea Doftanei or Busteni. Generally speaking, you must book for at least 2 nights. If you divide the cost by the number of participants, the individual expense is not really significant.

In Azuga and Busteni you can also opt for lodgings that are more modest in terms of facilities, but also much more accessible as price. There are cabins you can book for only 400 or 500 lei per night. What matters is that you browse the internet with care and more importantly, that you know what you want of your short winter holiday.

In Piatra Craiului Mountains, prices are much lower. A cabin that can accommodate around 10 people in Sambata de Sus can be booked for only 250 lei per night. For smaller groups, you can find places to rent in Poiana Marului, where prices are around 300 lei a night.

If transport is what you need, you can book an online transfer in Romania or you can rent a car in Romania.

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