Romania: The Humans film their postcard in Arouca

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The 2018 Romanian Eurovision hopefuls, The Humans, travelled to Portugal in order to film their Eurovision postcard, namely at the magnificent Passadiços del Paiva in Arouca.

The delegations and participants of the 43 participating countries at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will be travelling to Portugal prior to the contest in order to film their respective presentation postcards. Each artist will be portrayed in an activity or a challenge.

The postcards will showcase the beauty of Portugal and will portray the Eurovision artists enjoying the sights and sounds of the host country.

The presentation postcards serve as a massive platform for the host country to promote its tourism and showcase itself on a global scale as millions of viewers tune in to watch Europe’s favorite television show. The Eurovision Song Contest reaches households beyond Europe, from Australia to Argentina, from China to New Zealand, from USA to India etc.

The Romanian postcard

The Romanian postcard will depict the 2018 Romanian Eurovision hopefuls The Humans in the magnificent Passadiços del Paiva in Arouca, enjoying the scenic and breathtaking sights of the region.

Paiva Walkways are located on the left bank of the Paiva River, in Arouca municipality, Aveiro, Portugal. They are 8 km that provide a walk “untouched”, surrounded by unique beauty of landscapes, in an authentic natural sanctuary along the brave waters downhills, quartz crystals and endangered species in Europe. The route extends from the river beaches of Areinho and Espiunca, lying between them, the Vau beach. A journey through biology, geology and archeology that will remain, of course, in heart, soul and in mind of any nature lover.

About The Humans

The Humans were crowned the winners of the 2018 Romanian national final Selectia Nationala with their entry and will fly to Lisbon in order to defend the Romanian colours at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.

Romania in Eurovision

Romania debuted in 1994 in the Eurovision and is yet to win the competition. The country achieved its best placing in the competition in 2005 and 2010 when it placed 3rd. Romania is amongst the group of countries that has qualified to the Grand Final every year since its introduction in 2004.

Romania is set to compete in the Second semi-final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest on 10  May in Lisbon.

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