According to a piece of news published by Wall-Street
, this year's number of tourists visiting the Romanian seaside will be 15% higher than last year's. As Lucian Morariu, state secretary with SMB Industry, Commerce and Tourism Ministry, tourism agencies have reported increasing demands for this area, 50 % more than registered last year in May.
The article also mentions that the reported increase is due to the stability and understanding reached by local authorities and tourism industry representatives regarding the beaches and other facilities on the Black Sea shore.
I am curios to see how pleased the tourists are at the end of their stay as I am convinced the service level is the same for hotels, restaurants, bars, and other such places. I am also quite sure there won't be more individual space on the crowded beaches of Mamaia, the resort mentioned in the article.
Labels: Black Sea, Romania, Tourism, Travel Destinations