ArrivalBy plane to the following airports, from many major European Cities:
- International Airport Henri Coanda, Bucharest (OTP)
- International Airport Sibiu (SBZ)
- International Airport Cluj Napoca (CLJ)
- International Airport Traian Vuia, Timisoara (TSR)
- International Airport Iasi (IAS)
International trains connect Romania with Budapest, Vienna, Moscow, Athens, Sofia and Chisinau.
If you are coming in arriving from the western part of Europe by train, a connective train ride through Vienna or Budapest is the best option.For further information follow the link www.bahn.de or contact us.
Romanian roads are continuously improving since Romania has joined the EU, so travelling to Romania with your personal car is an option. Main roads are in a good shape and you will not have to worry too much about the safety of your car. At the end of 2013, the completion of a significant part of the A1 highway is expected, which will link Transylvania to the network of western highways. You will need to acquire, when passing the border, a Vignette (road tax) which will give you the right to use the roads for a selected period of time.For further questions about traveling by car through Romania, please feel free to contact us.