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Romania & Moldova (Lonely Planet Romania & Moldova)by Robert Reid
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DISCOVER ROMANIA & MOLDOVA
Ponder whether Bucharest is the 'Paris of the East' at its own Triumphal Arch, p76.
Roam deserted stretches of sand where the Danube meets the Black Sea, p308.
Find out why the keys to 'Dracula's Castle' are held by a New York architect, p139.
Enjoy a tipple at the winery where Russia's President Putin celebrated his 50th birthday, p329.
IN THIS GUIDE
Two authors, 16 months in-country research, three car accidents, eight road trips slowed by jaywalking goats.
Fully updated information on Moldovan wineries and Transylvanian castles.
The only guidebook to cover Moldova and its autonomous regions of Transdniestr and Gaguazia.
Content updated daily: visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveler suggestions.
Nobody knows Romania like Lonely Planet. With our 5th edition you can discover the gruesome truth about the 'real' Dracula at Poienari Citadel, escape to Marmures where horse-drawn carts transport you to villages steeped in local customs, or experience the spectacle of mass migration on a Danube Delta bird-watching tour.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
In This Guide:
Essential color highlights show you the very best of Romania
Dedicated activities chapter pinpoints the top hiking, skiing and cycling spots
Unique Green Index to help make your travels ecofriendly
The only guide book to include coverage of Moldova and its regions is written by expert authors, including a long-term resident of Romania. Attention is paid to such attractions as the Black Sea Coast, Sibiu, Sighisoara, and the Carpathian Mountains.
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