Vola.ro: bookings for December 1st long weekend double in 2016

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Romanians have been giving up on traveling abroad for Christmas or New Year this year, in favor of the national day long weekend, according to data from online travel agency Vola.ro. Reservations for the December 1 long weekend have doubled this year compared to 2015, say Vola.ro representatives. The reason why more Romanians are taking […]

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