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Answers to both questions are found on the website of the Romanian embassy in the UK under the section "consular services, visas" In short they are: 1 - yes that's correct. 2: You may apply for or collect the Romanian Visa, in person, based on prior appointment, TUESDAY from 14.00 to 15.00 hrs or FRIDAY from 10.00 to 11.00 hrs (excluding public ...


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You can fly to Targu Mures with Wizzair (can be as low as 5990 HUF around 20 EUR, I see that for sep 30 https://wizzair.com/en-GB/TimeTable/Budapest?arrivalIATA=TGM) and take the bus (25 lei around 5.7 EUR) from Targu Mures to Cluj. Beats sitting on a bus for seven hours.


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I recommend you have a look at rome2rio which find both bus and train connections between those two cities. Trains seem to go every two hours, take 7h of total traveling time and cost €26, changing twice in Püspökladany and Biharkeresztes. Buses are direct either from Budapest Nepliget bus station (easily reachable by metro from anywhere in Budapest) or ...


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Yes. It's true, you need to have C/TU visa type. It usually takes from 7 to 15 days to issue a Short stay visa. However, if you are in hurry, you may pay extra fee for an emergency processing (3 days)


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Yes and no. If you do get a multiple-entry French visa, you could easily get away with not traveling to France. If some border guards or consular agent somehow notices it at some point in the future (e.g. when applying for another visa), you could be asked about it but if you have a plausible story, not having been to France is not enough to get into serious ...


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From "National Anthem Day in Romania", it would seem that usually people celebrate it in public places. There are key historical spots that attract crowds, such as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Carol Park in Bucharest. Celebrations include a public ceremony attended by political and religious leaders, officers serving the armed forces, and war ...


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Yes, you can. From the Romanian ministry of Foreign Affairs' website (emphasis is mine): According to Emergency Government Ordinance no. 109/2013, as of February 1st 2014, the bearers of uniform visas (with 2 or multiple entries), long-term visas, as well as residence permits issued by Schengen Member States shall no longer be required to hold a ...


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It is possible to get from Bucharest to Sarajevo on train - likely requiring a rather roundabout route via Budapest, Hungary and Zagreb, Croatia or even Salzburg, Austria an thus easily taking as much as 48h. A map of the railway lines in Europe may be found on the interrail website and their timetable/trip planner will provide connections and times. ...



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