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Get on your bike and see Romania

This is the title of an article written by Ruppert Wolfe Murray. I especially enjoyed reading this article about his journey to the Romanian County of Botosani, which I never had the chance to visit.

I only let you a fragment of the article and then I’ll add some links wher you can read it in English, Spanish and Romanian.

“I can’t think of anywhere in Central and Eastern Europe that is bike friendly – the car still rules supreme in this part of the world – and bikes are seen as a form of transport for peasants or eccentrics. In Romania the standard advice is “don’t go by bike…the drivers here are mad”, and most people assume it is a terrible country to ride in. But I have found Romania to be superb countries to ride in. Not only is Bucharest a joy to cross when the traffic is gridlocked, but there is a network of small country roads that lead to the most fascinating and bizarre villages in Europe, and a population still living off the land (in my own country, UK, only 2% of the population live on the land; in Romania the figure is closer to 40%). ….”

You can find this article in English on Murray’s blog

I translated this article in Spanish and published it in Comunidad Hosteltur. You can read it in Spanish here.

And you also can read it in Romanian at Dilema Veche.

You can follow Rupert on Twitter; his user is @wolfemurray

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