By air

Main international airports in Romania are: Bucharest (OTP), Arad (ARW), Cluj Napoca (CLJ), Sibiu (SBZ) and Timisoara (TSR).

The national carrier Tarom offers flights from many European countries to Romania. Tarom destinations include:
Austria (Vienna),
Belgium (Brussels),
Bulgaria (Sofia),
Croatia (Dubrovnik, Zagreb),
France (Lyon, Paris),
Germany (Frankfurt, Munich),
Greece (Athens, Thessaloniki),
Italy (Bologna, Rome, Venice),
Moldova (Chisinau),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Spain (Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia),
Turkey (Istanbul),
United Kingdom (London).

Other airlines that offer flights to Romania include: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air France, Air Moldova, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Bulgaria Air, CSA, easyJet, Finnair, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, LOT, Malev, Olympic Airlines, Romavia, SAS, Swiss Airlines, and Turkish Airlines.

Bucharest Airport: www.otp-airport.ro
Arad Airport: www.aeroportularad.ro
Cluj Napoca Airport: www.airportcluj.ro
Sibiu Airport: www.sibiuairport.ro
Timisoara Airport: www.aerotim.ro
Tarom schedules: www.tarom.ro

By sea

The main sea port is Constanta. It is possible to get to Romania by sea from Turkey or through the Danube River from Germany and Austria.

Port of Constanta: www.portofconstantza.com

By bus

There are many bus services to Romania from other European countries, including: Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Such routes are offered by Eurolines.

Eurolines schedules: www.eurolines.com

By train

Romania has direct rail connections with Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey and Ukraine.

By car

The main border crossings of Romania are:
Giurgiu, Calafat, Ostrov and Negru Voda (Bulgarian border);
Moravita and Jimbolia (Serbian border);
Petea, Urziceni, Varsand, Curtici and Turmu (Hungarian border);
Siret and Viscani (Ukrainian border);
Cantemir, Albita, Ungheni, Sculeni, Stanca and Lipcani (Moldovan border).


By bus/tram

Public transport is inexpensive. In major cities one can travel by buses, trolleybuses and trams. In Bucharest there is also the underground system.

By taxi

Taxis are inexpensive. They can be found at taxi stands, hailed in the street or ordered by phone. Every authorized cab is equipped with taximeter and has a ‘taxi’ sign on the roof.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have insurance documents and car registration documents. There is a zero tolerance policy on drunk driving. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, highways – 130 km/h, other roads – 90 km/h.