Cosmopolitan Romanian women from Bucharest or the Crimean coast are often well educated and intellectual.You will meet many sexy women doctors and beautiful engineers, because the urban areas of Romania have an outstanding school system similar to what exists in Russia and the Ukraine.But the truth is that most Romanian women know that it is better not to tempt the fates.They grew up in a country that has never had more than maybe fifty years of real peace in 2000 years and the survivors were often the people who kept their heads down and focused on the practical issues.The reason that this matters to a guy pursuing Romanian brides 2000 years later is that, because of the Roman influence, Romanians use the Latin alphabet and speak a language more like French or Spanish rather than Russian.That means that if you still remember your high school French you can probably learn to communicate with a hot Romanian girl a lot faster than a Ukrainian or Russian bride.Since ancient times Romania has been at the edge of one empire or another, close enough for some influence to rub off, but not so close that its culture is totally overwhelmed.In ancient times the Greeks traded in the area, but it was the arrival of the Romans in 101 BC that really left a mark.
They would say not talking about vampires and such things is simply sensible, because they are all myths.However, perhaps the darkest period of Romanian history occurred during the communist period from 1947 to 1989 when it was oppressed by one of the most efficient secret police forces in the world.One of the few good things to happen during the communist period was that Romania developed one of the strongest women's sports programs in the world.A Romanian girl from the city is usually familiar with Western ideas, entertainment, and news. In fact, Bucharest, the capital and largest city, has a vibrant nightlife.
There are lots of good night clubs, restaurants, and hotels. There are good air and rail connections, although it would be a long train ride from anywhere in Western Europe.
Following the collapse of the Roman Empire Romania spent the next 1800 years as either an invasion route or a buffer zone and this period is really when the culture that modern Romanian girls grew up in began to develop.