These are the main airports in Romania and operating destinations:
⇒ Bucharest, Henri Coanda International Airport: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Malta, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Qatar, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, Turkey, UAE, UK
⇒ Cluj, Avram Iancu International Airport: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, UAE, UK
⇒ Iasi International Airport: Austria, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Turkey, UK
⇒ Timisoara, Traian Vuia International Airport: Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK
⇒ Targu Mures, Transilvania International Airport: France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, UK
⇒ Constanta, Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Turkey, UK
⇒ Bacau, George Enescu International Airport: Belgium, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Turkey, UK
⇒ Sibiu International Airport: Austria, Germany, UK
⇒ Craiova International Airport: Greece, Italy, Spain, Turkey, UK
Railway transport can be rather.. slow, but if you are not in a hurry you can enjoy the trip for the beautiful scenery.
This is a map of the railway network, and tickets can be purchased online here (the website has an English version but it’s not the most user friendly website you have ever seen. If you buy your ticket online, remember you need to print your ticket for the control officer, the confirmation text message or email that you receive is not enough.
And here you have the train categories, in case you wonder what they mean:
IR – InterRegio
IRN – InterRegio NightIC – InterCity
ICE – InterCity express
ICN – InterCity Night
R- – Regio
Re – Regio express
Rs – Regio suburban
Ru – Regio urban
When you select your ticket, try to choose from all IRs and ICs, this ones move faster and have better conditions in comparison to the Rs. ICs are the best you can get. If you travel a long distance, you should consider packing some water and food, because most trains don’t have restaurant coach.
Bucharest is the only city in Romania that has subway. You can get a 2 entry ticket for 5 lei (1 Euro = 4,5 lei), 10 entries for 20 lei or one day ticket for 8 lei.