Romanian gov’t cuts size of new tourist establishments in the Danube Delta from 1,000 sqm to 200

Georgeta Gheorghe 23/04/2018 | 13:55

The Romanian government has reduced the size of new tourist establishments to be set in the Danube Delta from 1,000 square meters to 200. The move was announced by Minister of Tourism Bogdan Trif and was taken due to the fact that the surface of the land in this area is reduced. 

The new ministers’ order was passed to regulate new investments in the Danube Delta tourism and facilitate the absorption of funds for the development of tourism inside the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve.

According to a statement by the Ministry of Tourism, those who own small plots of land in the Delta that are surrounded by or crossed by the Danube, can now develop now establishments for agritourism and can also receive funding.

According to Minister Trif, reducing the surface that can be used for setting up tourism establishments from 1,000 to 200 square meters can attract new investors and lead to the fast development of the Danube Delta and surrounding area.

“Any agritourism-type building in the Danube Delta Biosphere area will be allowed from now on even if the land area will occupy only 200 meters, but only under the conditions and the strict provisions of protection of the environment, fauna and flora in the Delta,” the minister said.

Trif met with representatives and tourism operators in Constanta, Tulcea and the Danube Delta for talks on the issues tourism is facing right now.

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