HOW TO GET TO ROMANIA: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
An air flight is the fastest and most comfortable way to get to Romania. Romania’s main international airports are those of Bucharest-Otopeni, Constanza-Mihail Kogalniceanu, Timisoara, and Cluj-Napoca. Several airlines connect Romania with the main European cities. The main airline of Romania is the TAROM flag carrier, this airline connects the country with the main European cities and with some countries in North Africa and the Middle East. Among the airlines with multiple flights to the country we find Wizz Air specialized in low cost flights to European destinations.
Most of the international air connections are to the Bucharest airport, but there are also direct or non-stop flights to other airports in the country such as Arad, Bacău, Cluj-Napoca, Constanța, Craiova, Iași, Sibiu, Târgu Mureș and Timișoara.
National Flights: There are also numerous national scheduled flights that connect the cities of Romania with each other, they are managed by TAROM. Tarom, the national airline, has flights to the main provincial cities. Tarom operates domestic flights between Bucharest and several cities in the country.
HOW TO GET TO ROMANIA: FERRIES
Passenger ships operate on the Danube and the new European river route Rotterdam-Constanza, which includes the Romanian section of the Danube-Black Sea canal. Along this waterway are the ports of Sulina, Tulcea, Braila, Drobeta-Turnu Severin and Giurgiu. Numerous cruise ships call at the port of Constanza (on the Black Sea coast), which is the largest port in the country.
HOW TO GET TO ROMANIA: TRAINS
International Transport: The international network of express trains connects Bucharest with Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary and Serbia and from there with other European countries.
Internal Transport: A vast railway network, 11,000 km in total, extends across the country. There are three different services offered: The fastest and most expensive trains are the Inter-Cities. Then there are the less expensive Express Trains which require a seat reservation together with the ticket. The least expensive and slowest are local trains.
HOW TO GET TO ROMANIA: BUS
International Transport: There are regular bus services between Romania and most European countries.
National Transport: There are regular coach services between the main cities and towns of the country. Bus services connect the most important urban centers and cover the whole country. There are many bus companies that offer fast and inexpensive transportation, with connections between the main cities in the country.
Most cities offer an efficient and inexpensive bus, tram, trolleybus service.