Roma, Milano and Alghero (Sardinia) are the most popular tourist destinations for Romanians this autumn, according to an analysis by the online travel agency Fly Go. The three cities that lead the tourists’ preferences are all in Italy.
“Thanks to the very good air connections with Romania, Italy offers some of the most affordable city break destinations for Romanian tourists. If Rome and Milan have been the favorites of tourists for years, one of the most beautiful cities in Sardinia, Alghero, is new in their preferences. Tourists are fascinated to discover in Sardinia, a very attractive destination throughout the year, as the Mediterranean island has a pleasant temperature even in the winter months. Alghero is an excellent choice for tourists who want to discover new places and have both active and relaxing holidays, combining sunny sunny days with sardinian tradition and culture,” said Stefano Iervolino, founder and CEO of Fly Go.
Among the top 5 most desirable cities for a city break this autumn are Istanbul (Turkey), in 4th place, and Athens (Greece), in 5th place. Malta (Malta), Barcelona (Spain), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Prague (Czech Republic) and Valencia (Spain) complete the ranking of Romanian favorites.
How much a city break costs this fall
Cities in Italy offer the cheapest holiday destinations for Romanians this autumn. According to the offers available at this time on Fly Go, a city break in Rome (3 nights accommodation, breakfast included and airplane tickets) costs from EUR 135 per person, while a similar trip to Milan starts at EUR 150.
A stay in Alghero, a new destination, can be booked at prices from EUR 237. At the level of the entire year 2018 (not just the autumn season), the average cost of a city break reserved by Romanians through the online travel agency Fly Go is EUR 200 per person.
Most frequently, the trip lasts for 3 nights (4 days) and may or may not include a weekend. Until the end of the year, Romanians can also benefit from a short city break without taking holidays, during the long weekend around St. Andrew’s Day and the National Day of Romania, between November 30 and December 2.