How to get there?



Arad International Airport
Bacau International Airport
Baia Mare / Tautii Magheraus:
Baia Mare Airport (Tautii Magheraus)
Bucharest "Aurel Vlaicu" International Airport (Baneasa Airport)
Bucharest "Henri Coanda" International Airport (Otopeni Airport)
Caransebes / Resita:
Caransebes Airport
Cluj-Napoca International Airport
Constanta "Mihail Kogalniceanu" International Airport
Craiova Airport
Iasi International Airport
Oradea International Airport
Satu Mare:

Satu Mare International Airport
Sibiu International Airport
Suceava Airport
Targu Mures:
Targu Mures International Airport
Timisoara "Traian Vuia" International Airport
(Giarmata Airport)
„Delta Dunarii” Tulcea Airport (Cataloi Airport)



In Romania there are 5 motorways. These are the followings:

A1 Motorway:

Planned lenght 620 km – builted cca.127 km
Route by major cities:
Bucharest – Pitesti – Ramnicu Valacea – Sibiu – Deva – Timisoara – Arad - Nadlac

A2 Motorway (Sun motorway):

Planned lenght 204 km – builted cca. 152 km
Route by major cities:
Bucharest – Fetesti – Cernavoda – Constanta

A3 Motorway (Transylvania motorway):

Planned length 588 km
Route by major cities:
Bucharest – Ploiesti – Brasov – Sighisoara – Targu Mures – Cluj-Napoca – Zalau – Oradea – Bors

A4 Motorway (East – West Motorway):

Planned length 300 km
Route by major cities:
Moldova: Iasi – Targu Frumos – Sabaoani – Targu Neamt – Poiana Largului – Ditrau – Praid – Sovata – Targu Mures

Please, note that in Romania the motorways are under contructions!

Express ways:

DN1: Bucharest – Otopeni
DN5: Bucharest – Adunatii Copaceni – Giurgiu
DN6: Craiova – Filiasi

In the country there are lot of constructions also by express ways!

European Routes trough Romania:

E58, E60, E68, E70, E79, E81, E85, E87

„B” Class roads:

E574, E576, E577, E578, E581, E583, E584, E671, E673, E675, E771

Between the romanian cities there are many „Secondary roads”.

Please, note that in Romania you have to use the right side of the roads , the minimum driving age is 18 and you have to use your seatbelts. For the children under 12 years not permitted to travel on the front seat. Unless otherwise indicated (stop or yield sign) traffic coming from the right has the right of the way. The driving licences of U.S. and Canadian drivers are accepted. Be cautious with the speed limits, which are the followings: 50 km/h (31 mph) in build-up areas, 90 km/h (56 mph) on main roads and 110 km/h (70 mph) on highways, unless posted otherwise. Using the cellular phones while you are driving not permitted. Driving while under the influence of alcohol is a criminal offense and penalties are severe. Blood alcohol level should be 0.00 o/oo while driving, so strongly advised do not drink if you drive! In case of a car accident call the police and do not forget to get a copy of the Police Report.


Romanian Railways (CFR)

Main lines:

Line 200: Brasov – Curtici
Line 300: Bucharest – Episcopia Bihorului
Line 400: Brasov – Halmeu
Line 500: Bucharest – Vicsani
Line 600: Faurei – Ungheni
Line 700: Bucharest – Galati
Line 800: Bucharest – Mangalia
Line 900: Bucharest – Stamora Moravita

Train types:

Personal trains (P)
Accelerat trains (A)
Rapid (R)
InterCity (IC)
EuroCity (EC)
EuroNight (EN)
Special (S)




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