If you are a citizen of any European country, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, you do not need an entry visa in order to visit Romania. This is valid only if you stay up to 90 days. However, you will need a valid passport if you do not have [...]
In order to stay for more than 90 days you will have to apply and obtain a visa. Please read more about this issue on the government website: http://mae.ro/en/node/2040.
The regulations are the same as in other European countries. You are allowed to enter the country with up to 10 000 euro (approx. – 13 000 USD). If you want to bring more money you will have to declare it. Other regulations: medicines (only for current use), gifts (a [...]
Yes, the driving licenses belonging to citizens from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zeeland and all the European countries are valid for 90 days from the date of arrival in Romania. Please pay attention that in Romania driving right after drinking alcohol is strictly forbidden.
In almost all regions the water is drinkable. It is also good to know that Romania has more than 1/3 of the total natural mineral springs in Europe. For this reason, Romanian brands of bottled mineral water such as Borsec, Tusnad, Bucovina, Perla Harghitei won many European awards due to [...]
There are no out-of-the ordinary precautions to be considered when travelling to Romania. There are no infection risks and there are no poisonous insects. Romania is a modern country and a member of the European Union. The Health System is good and so are the medical facilities. The doctors are [...]
The Romanian LEU is the national currency. The plural is LEI (pronounced lay) The coins are called “bani”- pronounced ( bahnee). 1 leu = 100 bani Below you can see a list of exchange rates for usual currencies: 1st of September 2013 1 USA Dollar = 3.35 lei 1 EURO [...]
Yes you can, but please keep in mind that you have to activate your Roaming service before departure; also it is important to be aware about the prices the local mobile phone operators practice (there are also some mobile devices that are working only in USA).
Please pay attention, because you will need to charge your electronic devices; in Romania, as in all European countries you will need outlet adapters, due to the fact that the electricity voltage in Romania is 230 V, and the socket is different.