Dont Leave Home Without

though most forgotten items can be picked up in Romania's urban centres, bring your own ui'.tr if you plan to hike or camp. Supplies and equipment aren't hard to find, but they can be prohibitively expensive. See also p332. Otherwise, remember: Extra tissues or toilet paper I Irst-aid kit Swiss army knife torch (flashlight) Universal sink plug • Sun block lotion Insect repellent

I xtra video tapes or memory cards (ontact lens solution

Souvenir flag pins of your home country (to give as gifts!) ( hecking the latest visa regulations (p342) - especially for Moldova (p342)


In Romania/Moldova Bottle of Mufatlar/Crlcova tflblp wine: €150-3/51 3

One hour Internet access: (0.50/$0.'>0 Phone cards: €2.15-4/52.25-3 Local map: €2/$1.50


In Romania/Moldova

Litre of petrol: €0.65/50.50 Litre of bottled water: £0.40/$0.35

Beer (Bucharest/Chijinau in a bar): €0.50-0.90/ $0.45-1

Souvenir item: €3-6/53-5 Kebab/Pizza slice from street kiosk: €0.80/50.50

Moldova is best to visit from spring to autumn, as skiing is almost non existent and winter sports are not well-developed there. October's Wine l:estival (with its visa-free regime; see p342) is an especially tempting time to visit, though spring and summer are best for city strolling and hiking in remote areas.

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