Este pretul in luna ianuarie, la perioade de +31 de zile, in varianta cu garantie standard de 1000-1500 euro in functie de clasa masinii si depozit blocat pe card de credit. Pentru a obtine rata aplicabila completati formularul de "estimare pret" si in functie de masina disponibila revenim cu tariful furnizorului unde este libera. Toate tarifele includ TVA si asigurare RCA si sunt valabile pentru masinile preluate in extrasezon (1 ianuarie 2022 - 31 martie 2022). Pentru oricare alte perioade, in sezonul estival, de Craciun sau de Paste, tarifele variaza masiv.
Buzau is part of the historical region of Muntenia (Wallachia), being the largest city of Buzau County (with a population of 115 494) and its residence. The city is in the vicinity of Subcarpatii Curburii, location that gives it lower temperatures (the average is 9° C) in relation to the temperate climate of the area. The town developed on the right bank of Buzau river centuries ago (the first documented mention of the city dates back to 376 AD), and in the medieval period this was the Episcopal Orthodox seat.
Did you know that:
- In the Philippines there is a village with the same name as the Romanian one - Buzau?
- Buzau is one of the most peaceful cities in Romania?
- Circulation in the old city center is forbidden during the summer?
The main activities of the inhabitants were trade and agriculture, from the Middle Ages until the interwar period. Buzau suffered a series of successive destructions in the 17-18th centuries, and during the communist period the city's population tripled with the strong industrialization of the city (most of the factories still work today, in the new market economy).
In Buzau you can visit the renowned Mud Volcanoes, along with the Living Fire (an extraordinary phenomenon in which the gases that reach the surface through the cracks of the earth are lit by the sun). You can also visit a number of significant ancient monasteries, such as Ciolanu Monastery (14th century), Bradu Monastery (14th century), Izvoranu Monastery (1595-1600) or the Church of Saint John of Damascus.