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London Stansted to Timisoara (Romania) £9.98 return @ RyanAir

£9.98 @ Ryanair
Just been checking for somewhere cheap to go in Europe came across this fare. Quite a few dates available in October. Sample dates out 12 Oct return 18 Oct. Just googled looks like a nice city to vi… Read More
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Just been checking for somewhere cheap to go in Europe came across this fare. Quite a few dates available in October. Sample dates out 12 Oct return 18 Oct. Just googled looks like a nice city to visit.

Use Trivago to find accommodation which is very reasonable example Excelsior Hotel-Timisoara via Travel Republic 4 star hotel £33 per night for 2 people sharing.

Hope this helps someone.
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errrr2
sydney871
Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks


Well said sydney! Looks like a great deal, hadn't thought of Romania as a destination, will investigate for a break next holiday year.


Go visit Transylvania, Maramures, Timisoara, Brasov, Cluj, Sibiu, Bucharest etc, you have best road's in the world..Transalpina and Transfagarasan. You have loads of mountains to climb and things to see, you have the Black Sea, Delta Dunarii .just make a search on google and see the photos..you could do and see many beautiful things...Haters are going to have but...we have our gypsy, people who come in UK and claim benefits, thieves etc etc..but you have it too.. . Most of us are hard working people and we do the jobs that you think you are to better to do.
Romania has great traditions, very nice people, awesome food and the MOST beautifull womens! Take a trip and convince yourself.
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Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.

Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
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Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks
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Cant believe the usual judgemental carp that people spew on here. Go there and have a look. Romanian women are among the most beautiful in Europe. It also is NOT a land of Gypsies and thieves as the media make out.

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I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here
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englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here


Even after Brexit?
1 Like #3
sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here


Even after Brexit?


What brexit
#4
[quote=englishmuslim]I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here[/quote
An old saying involving a pot and a kettle spring to mind.... can't quite remember it, but I'm sure others will. ;)
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sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here

Even after Brexit?
I lived in bits of Eastern Europe ( not Romania ), however the same general rules will apply, namely that with the standard of living in most of the villages, no way will the vast majority want to return, unless they've saved enough money here to buy a house over there, and possibly ensure a job.
If you ask a few where they are from, most will name the nearest large town or city, as 'villager' can be an insult in some countries, but very few were born in the bigger cities of Eastern Europe, as life there is not so bad so they tend to stay and we get those from poorer communities like villages.
Some are working in the hotel trade near me, and have been on holidays to Tenerife as well as farther afield to places like India - no way could they afford that if living in Romania, Hungary etc, so they will do all in their power to remain, for example have a few children here, and hope they start school so family life would be disrupted and they cannot be removed.
Another common event is marriage to a Brit, which help both sides, as the Brit gets free tour guide and translator for holidays, whilst a passport is the eventual reward for the other one.
Some will accuse me of racism I'm sure, but I lived and worked for several years amongst locals, as well as having friends inside the British embassy in a couple of countries, so got to hear of all the tricks and dodges.

Oh yes... brilliant deal, hurry up and go there before it gets infested with drunken stag/hen parties, who should really have passports confiscated and forced to go to Blackpool or Skegness instead. :D
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no one is getting passport just of getting married.... and so narrow view of the thin6..
1 Like #7
kamenitzabrit
sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here
Even after Brexit?
I lived in bits of Eastern Europe ( not Romania ), however the same general rules will apply, namely that with the standard of living in most of the villages, no way will the vast majority want to return, unless they've saved enough money here to buy a house over there, and possibly ensure a job.
If you ask a few where they are from, most will name the nearest large town or city, as 'villager' can be an insult in some countries, but very few were born in the bigger cities of Eastern Europe, as life there is not so bad so they tend to stay and we get those from poorer communities like villages.
Some are working in the hotel trade near me, and have been on holidays to Tenerife as well as farther afield to places like India - no way could they afford that if living in Romania, Hungary etc, so they will do all in their power to remain, for example have a few children here, and hope they start school so family life would be disrupted and they cannot be removed.
Another common event is marriage to a Brit, which help both sides, as the Brit gets free tour guide and translator for holidays, whilst a passport is the eventual reward for the other one.
Some will accuse me of racism I'm sure, but I lived and worked for several years amongst locals, as well as having friends inside the British embassy in a couple of countries, so got to hear of all the tricks and dodges.
Oh yes... brilliant deal, hurry up and go there before it gets infested with drunken stag/hen parties, who should really have passports confiscated and forced to go to Blackpool or Skegness instead. :D
You're talking out of your backside love.
#8
kamenitzabrit
sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here

Even after Brexit?
I lived in bits of Eastern Europe ( not Romania ), however the same general rules will apply, namely that with the standard of living in most of the villages, no way will the vast majority want to return, unless they've saved enough money here to buy a house over there, and possibly ensure a job.
If you ask a few where they are from, most will name the nearest large town or city, as 'villager' can be an insult in some countries, but very few were born in the bigger cities of Eastern Europe, as life there is not so bad so they tend to stay and we get those from poorer communities like villages.
Some are working in the hotel trade near me, and have been on holidays to Tenerife as well as farther afield to places like India - no way could they afford that if living in Romania, Hungary etc, so they will do all in their power to remain, for example have a few children here, and hope they start school so family life would be disrupted and they cannot be removed.
Another common event is marriage to a Brit, which help both sides, as the Brit gets free tour guide and translator for holidays, whilst a passport is the eventual reward for the other one.
Some will accuse me of racism I'm sure, but I lived and worked for several years amongst locals, as well as having friends inside the British embassy in a couple of countries, so got to hear of all the tricks and dodges.

Oh yes... brilliant deal, hurry up and go there before it gets infested with drunken stag/hen parties, who should really have passports confiscated and forced to go to Blackpool or Skegness instead. :D


have you ever considered why the standard of living is so low in this countries? It can't be the fact that we are lazy, go on any construction in London and around and at least 75% are easy Europeans
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canton76a
kamenitzabrit
sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here

Even after Brexit?
I lived in bits of Eastern Europe ( not Romania ), however the same general rules will apply, namely that with the standard of living in most of the villages, no way will the vast majority want to return, unless they've saved enough money here to buy a house over there, and possibly ensure a job.
If you ask a few where they are from, most will name the nearest large town or city, as 'villager' can be an insult in some countries, but very few were born in the bigger cities of Eastern Europe, as life there is not so bad so they tend to stay and we get those from poorer communities like villages.
Some are working in the hotel trade near me, and have been on holidays to Tenerife as well as farther afield to places like India - no way could they afford that if living in Romania, Hungary etc, so they will do all in their power to remain, for example have a few children here, and hope they start school so family life would be disrupted and they cannot be removed.
Another common event is marriage to a Brit, which help both sides, as the Brit gets free tour guide and translator for holidays, whilst a passport is the eventual reward for the other one.
Some will accuse me of racism I'm sure, but I lived and worked for several years amongst locals, as well as having friends inside the British embassy in a couple of countries, so got to hear of all the tricks and dodges.

Oh yes... brilliant deal, hurry up and go there before it gets infested with drunken stag/hen parties, who should really have passports confiscated and forced to go to Blackpool or Skegness instead. :D


have you ever considered why the standard of living is so low in this countries? It can't be the fact that we are lazy, go on any construction in London and around and at least 75% are easy Europeans


Without them many of you living in brand new homes will still be living in 100 years old houses. So if is not laziness, and Romania especially is a very naturally rich country, I suspect is the fact that the most powerful European countries have an interest to keep that part of the world poor.
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Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.

Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
7 Likes #11
Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks
1 Like #12
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.
Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.


But Romania was not one of the 15 states in the USSR.

Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia (now Moldova), Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan & Russia made up the USSR.
1 Like #13
sydney871
Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks


Well said sydney! Looks like a great deal, hadn't thought of Romania as a destination, will investigate for a break next holiday year.
#14
Cold!

...for the weather. Heat for the deal X)
#15
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.

Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.


The Slave Trade, really? You're going there from this?

And as was said previously Romania was never part of the slave trade!

Douchebag!
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ibiza
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.
Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
But Romania was not one of the 15 states in the USSR.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia (now Moldova), Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan & Russia made up the USSR.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_occupation_of_Romania

It happened to several countries in the region (e.g. Poland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria etc). Under heavy USSR control but not technically part of the "union".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_occupations_by_the_Soviet_Union

Edited By: stevenhp1987 on Sep 25, 2016 12:34
1 Like #17
stevenhp1987
ibiza
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.
Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
But Romania was not one of the 15 states in the USSR.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia (now Moldova), Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan & Russia made up the USSR.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_occupation_of_Romania
It happened to several countries in the region (e.g. Poland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria etc). Under heavy USSR control but not technically part of the "union".https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_occupations_by_the_Soviet_Union


Thanks for clarifying you messed up by confusing the "Eastern Bloc" with the USSR.

:D
#18
Check out opening chapter of the book called Kastners Train - it will give great insight into the welcoming nature of the Romanians in WW2... Borat is mild in comparison
1 Like #19
Looks really nice, thanks. Ignore those that cannot see beyond politics
1 Like #20
Been to Timisoara, it is a nice and interesting town and countryside and worth visiting, so the deal deserves heat. That's all that matters here.
1 Like #21
Voting hot because it's a good price

Why the chat about brexit and other things?!?
Do you want to fly to Romania?
If not go away!
I like cheap trips with Ryanair personally... Cheap flight and a hotel or hostel for around £50 is great
1 Like #22
KH2
Been to Timisoara, it is a nice and interesting town and countryside and worth visiting, so the deal deserves heat. That's all that matters here.

Good reply. Useful information. Shame most of this thread is full of idiots with nothing to contribute
1 Like #23
manbearpig
What a joke - Leave the greatest city on earth to go on holiday to Romania?! hahaha

I'd rather not be robbed by gypsies.

Hopefully you'll just mugged down your road :-)
2 Likes #24
Wow. Romania. One of the last places on earth I'd visit.
2 Likes #25
yespleasesir
Wow. Romania. One of the last places on earth I'd visit.

Thanks for letting everyone know...
You better go on all the other deals and comment "i wouldnt buy this"
3 Likes #26
yespleasesir
Wow. Romania. One of the last places on earth I'd visit.

Try posting a deal! Come on you muppet!
2 Likes #27
When the transport to Stansted costs you more than the flight you're getting from there.

Obviously, crazy deal, heat.
1 Like #28
Red Devil
kamenitzabrit
sydney871
englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here
Even after Brexit?
I lived in bits of Eastern Europe ( not Romania ), however the same general rules will apply, namely that with the standard of living in most of the villages, no way will the vast majority want to return, unless they've saved enough money here to buy a house over there, and possibly ensure a job.
If you ask a few where they are from, most will name the nearest large town or city, as 'villager' can be an insult in some countries, but very few were born in the bigger cities of Eastern Europe, as life there is not so bad so they tend to stay and we get those from poorer communities like villages.
Some are working in the hotel trade near me, and have been on holidays to Tenerife as well as farther afield to places like India - no way could they afford that if living in Romania, Hungary etc, so they will do all in their power to remain, for example have a few children here, and hope they start school so family life would be disrupted and they cannot be removed.
Another common event is marriage to a Brit, which help both sides, as the Brit gets free tour guide and translator for holidays, whilst a passport is the eventual reward for the other one.
Some will accuse me of racism I'm sure, but I lived and worked for several years amongst locals, as well as having friends inside the British embassy in a couple of countries, so got to hear of all the tricks and dodges.
Oh yes... brilliant deal, hurry up and go there before it gets infested with drunken stag/hen parties, who should really have passports confiscated and forced to go to Blackpool or Skegness instead. :D
You're talking out of your backside love.

Top Class Tool.
1 Like #29
ibiza
stevenhp1987
ibiza
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.
Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
But Romania was not one of the 15 states in the USSR.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia (now Moldova), Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan & Russia made up the USSR.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_occupation_of_Romania
It happened to several countries in the region (e.g. Poland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria etc). Under heavy USSR control but not technically part of the "union".https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_occupations_by_the_Soviet_Union


Thanks for clarifying you messed up by confusing the "Eastern Bloc" with the USSR.

:D


change the word "within" to "under" and every point I made is still valid.
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Red Devil PJB
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.

Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.


The Slave Trade, really? You're going there from this?

And as was said previously Romania was never part of the slave trade!

Douchebag!


Our country is rich essentially from empire and the slave trade, yes.

Before both of those things we were far smaller in actual and relative wealth.
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errrr2
sydney871
Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks


Well said sydney! Looks like a great deal, hadn't thought of Romania as a destination, will investigate for a break next holiday year.


Go visit Transylvania, Maramures, Timisoara, Brasov, Cluj, Sibiu, Bucharest etc, you have best road's in the world..Transalpina and Transfagarasan. You have loads of mountains to climb and things to see, you have the Black Sea, Delta Dunarii .just make a search on google and see the photos..you could do and see many beautiful things...Haters are going to have but...we have our gypsy, people who come in UK and claim benefits, thieves etc etc..but you have it too.. . Most of us are hard working people and we do the jobs that you think you are to better to do.
Romania has great traditions, very nice people, awesome food and the MOST beautifull womens! Take a trip and convince yourself.
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englishmuslim
I think it will be very quiet over there as they all seem to be moving over here


From all the people here..a muslim start's this conversation :)))

Don't be afraid ...you still going to get your benefits..because most of us actually have a job and pay taxes! Proud to be a Romanian.
Respect others to receive respect!
2 Likes #33
I only came in here for the comments
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danflorin3
errrr2
sydney871
Guys as much as I appreciate comments on this thread i do not think some of them are appropriate for this post. Any comments on the deal itself is welcome.

I am sure people can make up their own minds whether to go or not. I think visiting a place should not be determined by how rich a country is but to try and experience new cultures etc.

Thanks


Well said sydney! Looks like a great deal, hadn't thought of Romania as a destination, will investigate for a break next holiday year.


Go visit Transylvania, Maramures, Timisoara, Brasov, Cluj, Sibiu, Bucharest etc, you have best road's in the world..Transalpina and Transfagarasan. You have loads of mountains to climb and things to see, you have the Black Sea, Delta Dunarii .just make a search on google and see the photos..you could do and see many beautiful things...Haters are going to have but...we have our gypsy, people who come in UK and claim benefits, thieves etc etc..but you have it too.. . Most of us are hard working people and we do the jobs that you think you are to better to do.
Romania has great traditions, very nice people, awesome food and the MOST beautifull womens! Take a trip and convince yourself.


Wow very good information. Lots to see and do. Thanks for your post.
2 Likes #35
I wonder who is leaving there country more and coming to England?
I never heard a romanian blowing something up. i rather go to East Europe than to a muslim country.
If i was you i would look in the mirror and then to the tv and see the reality.
stop judging people from where they come.
I am not afraid when i see a romanian in a bus but i am afraid when i see a muslim holding a bag and praying.
next time hold your comments because there no such things as english muslims. englis is englis and mulsim is muslim.
stop lying to your self boy
#36
Just need a deal on a rental car and this is great chance to travel somewhere cheap
#37
https://imageshack.com/i/pl8ISyufj

This may help for the dates of the flight.
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http://imageshack.com/a/img921/2893/8ISyuf.jpg
1 Like #39
ThrobsBlackHat
Romania is not as rich as the UK because it was taken over by Turkey who stole all their gold, then suffered for two generations within the USSR because Churchill completely screwed them over at a conference, whereas the UK was subjugating half the known world and transporting millions of slaves.
Our wealth doesn't intrinsically come from what we do now, and neither does their poverty.
Romania is named after the Romans, hence the name ROMANia.
The language is derived from Latin, hence its similarity to modern Italian.
:)
#40
cosmindulce
I wonder who is leaving there country more and coming to England?
I never heard a romanian blowing something up. i rather go to East Europe than to a muslim country.
If i was you i would look in the mirror and then to the tv and see the reality.
stop judging people from where they come.
I am not afraid when i see a romanian in a bus but i am afraid when i see a muslim holding a bag and praying.
next time hold your comments because there no such things as english muslims. englis is englis and mulsim is muslim.
stop lying to your self boy
You haven't seen my video collection.
I've seen a lot of Romanian ladies who blow.X)

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