According to an article published by Eventimentul Zilei, most Easter offers in foreign countries are cheaper than similar offers in Romania
is the leader of small prices, as all-inclusive packages in four star hotels start at 20 euros per day.
A four day trip would amount to 122 euros (with the tour operator fee), even cheaper than the same period at a Romanian mountain villa. If one would choose to go to a hotel in local mountain resort Sinaia, one would pay about 360 euros for four nights of bed and breakfast. The same conditions four 5 nights plus a plane ticket you would get in Antalya (Turkey) for 370 euros. Or one could spend 7 nights in a three star hotel in Tunisia, ticket included, 2 meals a day, for 400 euros. Or go to Malta for a lot less.
Details of the original article here.
Every time I see such comparatives I am amazed of the lack of perspective in tourism-related management. But what leaves me in deep awe is the fact that Romanian tourists still fill up the Romanian hotels and buy all these lame packages. Why? There are arguments, still none can convince me it’s a smart choice.
Tags: Tourism, Travel Destinations, Romania, Turkey, Bulgaria, Malta, Tunisia, Antalya, Sinaia
Labels: Bulgaria, Malta, Romania, Tourism, Travel Destinations, Tunisia, Turkey