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Public Transport Timisoara Romania

Public Transport Timisoara Romania The Public Transport Timisoara consists of extensive network of trams, trolleybuses, buses, designated cycling paths, taxis and very efficient network of Uber drivers. Most Romanians from Timisoara, especially those in their 20’s and 30’s speak good English and are very helpful. The good thing about Romania is that you don’t feel intimidated or somehow discriminated here just because...

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Relocating to Romania from the UK

Relocating to Romania from the UK Registering Essentials You must register your residence with the territorial units of the General Inspectorate for Immigration in the county where you reside. You will be issued with a residence certificate or residence card for family members. This lasts up to five years, after which you can apply for permanent residency. You will need documents depending upon your reason for relocating to Romania from the...

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Romanian Culture

Romanian Culture Social Life and Traditions in Romania Romanians are known for their hospitality and generosity, and the patriarchal family is the basis of their social structure, members helping each other out in times of need. And Romania is a poor country, its wealth plundered for many years. Twenty-two per cent of the population live below the poverty line. To survive many have to resort to the black market. Yet guests are always fed, manners are polite and formal, the young...

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Driving in Romania

Driving in Romania Public Transport in Romania Before deliberating about driving in Romania it’s worth to mention that it has an extensive and modern public transport system, which is state owned and administered by the Ministry of Transport. The River Danube is an important waterway with the port of Constanta. Bucharest airport is a major international airport hub. Air travel within Romania faces competition from the state owned CFR railway network. At present...

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Living in Romania

Living in Romania Let us briefly deliberate on all the issues of living in Romania, most notably two main ones, namely buying a house and finding a job. Buying a House in Romania House prices in Romania have declined in recent years, but there are no restrictions on house sales. Be sure you understand everything before you sign anything – use an interpreter if necessary. The usual steps are as follows: The seller has to...

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Health Care in Romania

Health Care in Romania Pensions in Romania If you are a pensioner, you need to inform the IPC (International Pension Centre) to prevent problems with your pension payments (tel. 0191 218 7777). It may also help managing the formalities of receiving health care in Romania. Romania has double taxation agreements with the UK so you will not be taxed twice – provided you ensure that the tax offices are aware of your circumstances. You can arrange...

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Moving to Romania

Moving to Romania Several fun facts, tips and go-to locations for you, if you consider moving to Romania. Anyone for Supper? Vampires are said to hang around the crossroads at certain times – and driving along the winding roads, over rugged mountain terrain and through deep dark forests, one can almost believe it. The idea of Dracula was inspired by Vlad the Impaler, ruler of Walachia in the 15th century. Romania joined the EU in...

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