CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Drobeta-turnu Severin

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How much do things cost in Drobeta-turnu Severin?
Coke bottle $1.08
Apples (1kg) $1.23
Eggs (12) $2.47
Mid range bottle of wine $3.08
Gasoline (1 liter) $1.79
Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data) $9.25
* All price are converted to USD

About Drobeta-turnu Severin

Drobeta-Turnu Severin is a picturesque city lying on the left bank of the river Danube in the Mehedin?i County in the western part of the province of Oltenia. The availability of plentiful cheap flights to Drobeta-Turnu Severin is one reason why the place has emerged as a top draw with tourists from all over the world.

Dating back to more than 1900 years, this is among the more ancient cities of Romania. You can see the remains of a bridge built by Appollodor over the river Danube around 100 A.D. in the local museum’s park. Another bridge built in 105 A.D. that goes by the name of “Trojan’s Bridge” was the longest in the world in that period; the relics can be admired at the local museum currently under renovation. The Water Castle, set up in 1914, is a landmark that is a part of the city’s water supply; you can take the lift or climb up the tower for a fantastic panoramic view of the surrounds of the city. The tower is also a popular venue for art exhibitions and cultural events. The Iron Gates Hydroelectric Plant Museum that produces close to 20% of the electricity generated in the country is also a busy tourist destination. There are plenty of diagrams, documents and photographs detailing the plant’s construction besides which there is a small museum that showcases a number of exhibits belonging to the Palaeolithic and middle ages that recount the region’s history. The turbine room of the power plant is also a very impressive sight. Arriving by the cheap flights to Drobeta-Turnu Severin, there is hardly anyone who will not be captivated by the magic of history of this ancient city.

The Roman Camp has lots of remains of the rule of the Romans; the stone castle was the first in Dacia and had 3 meter high walls that were 1.5 meter thick. Guarded by four towers, the camp housed the officers’ residences, an altar and storerooms for food and ammunition. To the west on the Danube’s shores are the Roman baths. For a detailed insight into the region’s heritage, staying back in any of the hotels in Drobeta-Turnu Severin is well worth it.

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  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(ROL) = $0.78(USD)

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