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How to Plan Your Romania Tour?

Best Time to Visit: May - June & September - October
Major Cities for International Flights: Bucharest (capital)
Visa: Passport holders of the USA, Singapore and Australia do not need a visa to Romania for a maximum of 90 days. Romania admits that the multi-entry Schengen visa or EU citizens' ID cards are valid for border crossing. To obtain a tourist visa, please go to your closest Consulate of Romania. E-visa is also available.
Money Tips: The official currency is called RON or Leu whose plural form is Lei. Mastercard or Visa credit card can be used in major cities while sometimes a PIN is required for payment transactions. Cash of Romanian Lei is always king. Euros and US Dollars are the most preferred currencies in Romanian banks or other currency-conversion offices.
  • 3-5 Days
    Explore the Prahova Valley hidden in the Carpathians to adventure in Bran Castle, which is world-known as vampire Dracula's residence, to hike in Bear Sanctuary, to wander in medieval city of Brasov. Also, a sunset boat tour in the Danube Delta is a must-do.
  • 6-9 Days
    Drive across the beautiful Transfagarasan road, indulge yourself in the astonishment of the Turda Salt Mine sightseeing tour and meet the Saxons in Transylvania UNESCO villages. You will know why HRH Prince Charles has been deeply attracted by its fairy-tale like aura.
  • 10 Days or More
    Far in the north, go discover treasures of Bucovina and Maramures by experiencing its UNESCO Painted Monasteries, steam train "Mocanita", Merry Cemetery, UNESCO wooden churches, Romanian's most lively traditions and untouched nature.

Trip Planning FAQs

What do I need to pack for my Romania tours?
It depends on the time of your trip to Romania since it has four seasons. In spring from March to May and fall from September to November, remember to take T-shirt, jacket, wind-breaker, sweater, jeans for it is warm in the daytime and cool in the morning and evening. In torrid summer from June to August, lightweight clothes are suggested, such as T-shirt, shorts, dress, skirt and sandals. To protect yourself from the extremely chill winter from December to February, you will need thermal wear, down garment, gloves, woolen hat and boots.
Is tipping customary in Romania?
Yes. In restaurants, common practice is to tip around 10% of the bill. For hotel service, it's standard to leave $1 ~ $2 (5~10 Lei) tip per day for housekeeping. For your guide or driver, tip is not expected, but tipping a few Lei each day to express your gratitude would be much appreciated.
How to get internet access in Romania?
Romania has a great network signal strength. Our Romania holiday packages offer free Wi-Fi through a hot spot in the car to relieve your boredom of the long driving. You can also easily get mobile internet connection if you buy a sim card on Vodafone or Orange networks with the cost of $6.
Is it safe to travel in Romania?
Yes, it is. Some people may worry about the safety issue because Romania is located in the Balkans. Actually, it is not a "dangerous" country as you may imagine. Life here is peaceful and the locals are friendly and welcoming. However, please watch out for pickpockets or any suspicious people as always.
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