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I myself am a first time visitor in Romania and have spent some time cycling here. I don't know from personal experience, but have been told a lot of bicycles are stolen here and that you should always lock your bike. Bucharest being more dangerous than anywhere else in Romania and with that said, I'd personally avoid it. But your other cities here, I ...


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Always provide what the form asks for. Providing something else is NOT effective. If they ask for your bank accounts, that's what you're going to have to provide. If the money you're going to use is in another one, you'll need to provide yours, your father's, AND a letter explaining why you've done this. This is reasonable, and common. A friend had his ...


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There is a luggage storage point in the city centre https://plus.google.com/107594251083173710256/about?gl=pl&hl=pl


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Speaking of Poland, where I live, I'd say there's nothing to worry about regarding safety. No wild tribes living in the forests, no pirates and no horse stealers gangs are there nowadays :) Of course if you leave your expensive bike outside without any lock, it can happen that someone will pay more interest to it and eventually take it, but I'm sure it's ...


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Difficult to give an answer with hard data on this question, but I can talk from personal experience of cycling multiple Eastern European countries (not Romania, but Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo...) Traffic, especially out of the cities, is in general pleasant. This is mainly because the traffic is less dense in Eastern ...


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As Where is wild camping possible in Europe? mentions in Poland [...] any camp fire away from designated areas is illegal so any wild camping will, at best, be tolerated.


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Having an actual ticket is certainly not required to enter the Schengen area, see Schengen air travel confirmation and private aircraft and Getting a Schengen visa without firm travel plans for all the details. That said, it's also true that the airline who brought a passenger to a country can be forced to bring the person back to their point of departure ...


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As i understand, at the time of departure, you only had the Schengen visa, but not yet the residence card? The tourist Schengen visa requires a return ticket for a valid entry, so in that case the airline was totally right, since they would be responsible for flying you back, if you would have been denied entry to the Schengen area because of the missing ...



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