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Where to go after Romania...or should I spend whole trip there?

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Just found out I'll be going to Timisoara, Romania in August for three days for work, after which I'd like to spend 5-6 days vacationing. I know virtually nothing about Romania, let alone the city I'll be in, so I'm trying to decide (and quickly!) if I should plan to spend my vacation time there or venture somewhere else.

Is Timisoara safe? Would experienced travelers recommend going elsewhere - possibly Turkey or Greece? I'm looking for great food, interesting people and historical sites, and easy and safe public transportation. My bucket list is wide open - I've only been to France and England so have many places left to see.

Thanks in advance for any insights and suggestions!

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