Leaving tips is not common in restaurants and cafes of the city. When paying for the meal to a waiter, you can round off the sum indicated in the bill to the nearest 500 lei. You can thank for the service of taxi drivers in the same way.
Do not forget to bargain on local markets and retail stores. Bargaining will be irrelevant, probably, in large shopping centers and supermarkets only. Tourists can even bargain with taxi drivers - sometimes it can significantly reduce the cost of a ride.
Power supply voltage is 220 V; hotels of the resort are equipped with standard European-style sockets. Hotel guests are provided with adapters for electrical appliances if necessary.
The locals are very hospitable and friendly, so tourists shouldn’t hesitate to ask them for help. There are always police officers in the streets of the city. They will help you to navigate Brasov and explain how to get to attractions and places of interest.
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