Romania practice, know


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Identity Card:
  • Capital Bucharest

  • People 22 million inhabitants .

  • Constitution: Semi-presidential Republic

  • Language Romanian

  • Religion Christianity (Orthodox) .

    Entry requirements:
    • Visa No, national identity card or passport valid .

    • Passport No, national map of sufficient identity to a European national .

      • Currency Leu (RON)

      • Currency rates a euro is worth approximately 4.18 Ron

      • Change When the exchange of money, it is extremely advisable to use exchange bureaus or to use cash machines. Absolutely avoid: transactions on the black market .

      • Budget stay 1 week: 200-450 Euro

        • Restaurants
          Cheap : less than 5 € / person
          Average : 10-15 € / person
          Premium . more than 30 € / person.

          • accommodation
            Cheap : less than 10 € / night
            Average : 15-25 € / night
            Premium : more than 80 € / night


            How to get there?

            • plane Bucharest Airport Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) has recently become a major hub for low cost airlines such as Blue Air, Wizz Air, My Air, Germanwings. Traian Vuia International Airport in Timisoara is the second largest airport in the country, it provides scheduled flights to several cities in Europe.

            • By car: You can easily come by car in Romania from the west. The road infrastructure is relatively small, there are few highways but only in the south of the country.

              On site:

              • Bus : Romania has a good bus network, both locally and internationally, from cities such as Chisinau, Kiev, Odessa, Sofia and Istanbul .

                For information on buses in Romania and reservations online ticket, you can use

              • Car means road network, there are two highways: Bucharest & shy; & shy Pitesti and Bucharest, Constanta. An international license is required and a sticker must be purchased to circulate.

              • Train : Romania is relatively well connected to the European rail network. Every day, international trains to nearby cities. But because of the poor quality of the railway infrastructure in Romania to travel long distances by train takes considerable time.

              • Auto-stop: We called that Romania is the European country where it is easiest to do hitchhiking. It is against customary to leave some money for the trip.

                • Vaccinations No mandatory vaccine .

                • Tips Think to bring the European Health Insurance Card, the request must be made to your insurance fund at least disease 15 days before departure.

                  • Delinquency: The north of the station area in Bucharest is populated by homeless people and street children. It is advisable to pay attention to your pockets. If you want to give something to the children, buy food and do not give them money.

                  • Stray Dog: Bucharest has the largest population of stray dogs in Europe, they can be a security threat especially when they travel in packs. Most dogs will not cause you problems, but many have been abused and are unpredictable result.

                  • Bears Beware of bears in the Romanian mountains .

                    • Climate : Continental

                    • Average temperatures 30 & deg; C in summer and 0 & deg; C in winter .

                    • Best time to reach The winter is long and hard, wait for the spring and summer to discover Romania .

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