The Government of Romania will approve on Wednesday a three day holiday for citizens working in public institutions in Bucharest but also for students and pupils during the NATO Summit on April 2-4, 2008. Summit organizers consider loosening up traffic in downtown Bucharest and setting up strict security measures. For this, they urged malls and tourist agencies to offer special deals for those days.

Thus, tourism agencies will set up special packages for April 2 - 4 and their estimated price will cost about 200 euro for tourist resorts like Poiana Brasov, Predeal, Bran. Moreover, malls all over Bucharest will have sales and special events to cater for as much people as possible.

One of the NATO organizers, Victor Micula told that the Government has even taken into account the possibility to open up the seaside offers. Moreover, tourist agencies have announced that during that period there are also several other offers for traveling abroad in countries like Egypt or Tunis.