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Three times a week to the “Paris of the East”

From April 2, 2019 from Memmingen to Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Wizz Air will connect Memmingen with Bucharest three times a week – on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The metropolis, which has a population about two million, is the political, economic and cultural center of the country. Due to its Neo-Baroque architecture, which comes from the French influence, the city was once called “Paris of the East”. During the tenure of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu, however, several historic quarters had to yield to the head of state’s monumental sugar confectioner. Today, the cityscape is characterized by a diverse architecture with a colorful mix of styles.

“Our existing routes to Romania impressively demonstrate the good relations between the two countries and the diverse connections between their people,” explains airport sales manager Marcel Schütz. After Sibiu, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara and Tirgu Mures, Bucharest is now the fifth Romanian destination from Memmingen. The Bucharest Henri Coandă Airport in Otopeni is located around 20 kilometers north of the city and is connected to the center by two express bus lines.

Tickets are already available at Wizz Air.