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Is Romania worth visiting? How long would you recomend?

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Hi everyone! We're looking at maybe driving through Romania as part of our ongoing European roadtrip next week and I was wondering if anybody has been to Romania and what their impressions were. I ask because after having such a great time in Prague and Budapest and such disappointing times in places like Chesky Krumlov we want to spend as few nights as possible in towns that close when the sun goes down. We're tired of walking empty streets at 6 in the afternoon. Is Romania one of those places that goes to sleep with the sun? We've heard such mixed things.

So, do we stop to see the sights or do we admire them as we drive through?

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