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Romania has a rich cultural and natural diversity. Its dramatic mountain scenery includes the densely forested Carpathian Mountains, picturesque valleys and miles of fine white sandy beaches on the Black Sea Coast.

 

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The first post of call for most travellers is the bustling capital, Bucharest, which was once known as ‘Little Paris’ due to its sophisticated charm. Crammed with grand architecture, fascinating museums and traditional restaurants, it’s well worth a few days exploration. So too are the resorts along the Black Sea Coast, which surprise many with their stunning sandy beaches and ocean panoramas.

Ultimately, though, Romania remains defined by its small, rural communities, many of which still depend on ancient agricultural practices. From the isolated villages clinging to the Carpathian Mountains to the Saxon towns of Transylvania, a tour of Romania’s backcountry will uncover traditional ways of life and a treasure chest of cultural gems.

It is, of course, practically illegal to talk about Transylvania without mentioning the legend of Dracula. The Romanians are all too well aware of the interest in Bram Stoker’s fictional vampire and the castle at Bran (supposedly the spot that inspired Stoker’s story) has been transformed into one of the country’s top tourist attractions.

Elsewhere the forests covering the Carpathian Mountains shelter some of Europe’s last remaining brown bears, wolves and lynxes, while racoon dogs and rare muskrats gather around the rivers.

While Romania offers travellers the chance to immerse themselves in a defiantly traditional way of life, that isn’t to say the locals don’t appreciate their creature comforts. The natural spas scattered across the country purport to cure everything from rheumatism to heart disease, and make a luxurious finale to any Romanian adventure.

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Romania Visa and Passport Requirements

Passport required Return ticket required Visa Required
Other EU 1 No No
USA Yes Yes No
Canadian Yes Yes No
Australian Yes Yes No
British Yes No No

Passports

Passports must be valid for at least three months on arrival in Romania and issued within the last 10 years for non-EU nationals and should be valid for the duration of stay for EU nationals.

1. EU citizens can use a national identity card instead of a passport.

Visas

Visas are not required by nationals referred to in the chart above for travel and tourism trips of up to 90 days. EU nationals may stay for an unlimited period, but must register with the local authorities after three months.

Romania is not part of the Schengen visa agreement. However, holders of a valid Schengen Visa do not need to get a (special) Romanian visa to visit Romania as long as their Schengen visa allows at least two entries in Schengen space and the number of entries and/ or length of stay has not been not exhausted.

Citizens from the following countries need to apply for a visa to enter Romania (if they don’t have a valid Schengen Visa as specified in the above paragraph): Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, South Sudan, Surinam, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, The Comoros, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Visa Note

Nationals not mentioned here are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements for Romania.

Types and Cost

Airport transit visa/transit visa/short-stay visa: £46; long-stay visa: £91. Reductions are available for some nationalities and for children.

Validity

Transit visa: five days; short-stay visa: 90 days within a six-month period; long-stay visa: 90 days with the potential to extend.

Transit

Transit visas allow nationals of certain countries (but not those referred to in the chart above) to travel Romania and can be issued for one, two or multiple transits provided that each period does not exceed five days. Documentation required includes an existing visa for the destination state, a valid travel ticket, and in the case of vehicle drivers a green card, driving licence and vehicle registration documents.

Application to

Consulate (or consular section at embassy). You can make your initial application online (http://evisa.mae.ro).

Schengen Visas

Romania is not a member of the Schengen Area. However it is set to join the area once the European Council reaches an agreement. This will allow residents of other Schengen countries (the majority of western Europe excluding the UK and Ireland) to travel freely to Romania without having to negotiate border controls. A decision on an accession date has yet to be made though.

Working days

Allow at least two weeks for short-stay visas and up to 45 days for long-stay visas.

Sufficient Funds

For short-stay visas, proof of financial support totalling at least €50 per day and not less than €500 in total is required.

Extension of stay

If you’re an EU national and plan on staying longer than 90 days, you must apply for a registration certificate from the General Inspectorate for Immigration (http://igi.mai.gov.ro). & http://igi.mai.gov.ro

Entry with pets

To take a pet into Romania, you need a veterinary health certificate and proof that your pet has been vaccinated for rabies within the last six months. Documents not written in English, German or French need to be translated. Large dogs must wear a muzzle when travelling on trains or buses.

Embassies and tourist offices

British Embassy in Romania

Telephone: (40) 21 201 7200.
Website: http://www.gov.uk/government/world/romania
Address: , 24 Jules Michelet, Bucharest, 010463,
Opening times:Mon-Thurs 0830-1700; Fri 0830-1600.

Embassy of Romania in the UK

Telephone: (020) 7937 9666.
Website: http://londra.mae.ro
Address: , Arundel House, 4 Palace Green, London, W8 4QD,
Opening times:Mon-Fri 0900-1700; Mon-Thurs 1000-1300 (consular section).

Embassy of Romania in the USA

Telephone: (202) 332 4846 or 2879 (consular section).
Website: http://washington.mae.ro/en
Address: , 1607 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20008,
Opening times:Mon-Fri 1000-1600.

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Romania Health Care and Vaccinations

Title Special precautions
Yellow Fever No
Typhoid Yes
Tetanus Yes
Rabies Sometimes*
Malaria No
Hepatitis A Yes
Diphtheria Yes

* Vaccination advised for those at high risk or visiting rural areas.

Health Care

Medical facilities in Romania are poor and there is a serious shortage of basic medical supplies and qualified personnel. Take particular care if travelling in rural areas, as there have been cases of hepatitis B and HIV transmission through insufficiently sterilised equipment. If necessary, your local embassy or consulate should be able to recommend a physician. European travellers carrying the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) are entitled to free or reduced cost medical care. In the UK, these are available from health centres or via the Department of Health (www.dh.gov.uk). or (www.dh.gov.uk) Nationals of countries who do not have a reciprocal health agreement with Romania are expected to pay immediate cash for health services. Health insurance is strongly advised.

Food and Drink

Mains water is normally chlorinated, and whilst relatively safe, may cause abdominal upsets; bottled water is available. Milk is pasteurised and dairy products are safe for consumption. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables are generally considered safe to eat.

Other Risks

Hepatitis C and tuberculosis occur and hepatitis B is endemic. Stray dogs may carry the tick-borne African typhus disease and rabies is also present. If bitten, seek medical advice without delay. There have been confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza (bird flu) in the Danube Delta, Transylvania and Bucharest. The Romanian authorities have taken measures to contain the outbreaks and no human infections or deaths have been reported. In 2012, several cases of the West Nile Virus were reported by the Romanian National Institute of Health, and travellers to the Danube Delta are recommended to wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers and to apply insect repellent.

Romania Public Holidays

New Year’s Day

01 January

Epiphany

06 January

Orthodox Easter Monday

09-April-

Labour Day

01 May

Whit Monday

21 May

National Day

01 December

Christmas Day

25 December

Second Day of Christmas

26 December

Money and duty free for Romania

Currency and Money

Currency information

New Leu (RON; symbol (plural) Lei) = 100 bani. Notes are in denominations of Lei500, 100, 50, 10, 5 and 1. Coins are in denominations of Bani50, 10, 5 and 1. (Old notes were in denominations of Lei1,000,000, 500,000, 100,000, 50,000 and 10,000 and coins in denominations of Lei5,000, 1,000, 500 and 100.)

Credit cards

American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa are accepted by large hotels, car hire firms and some restaurants and shops.

ATM

ATMs (bancomat) accepting MasterCard and Visa can be found in main banks, airports and shopping centres but should not be relied upon as a sole source of cash.

Travellers cheques

Like credit and debit cards, these are usually only useful in hotels and for obtaining cash at the bank or selected exchange offices. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travellers are advised to take traveller’s cheques in US Dollars or Euros.

Banking hours

Mon-Fri 0900-1300.

Currency restrictions

The import and export of local currency is prohibited. The import and export of foreign currency is limited to €10,000.

Currency exchange

It is recommended that visitors bring Euros, as these can be easily exchanged by shops, restaurants and hotels. Pounds Sterling can be easily exchanged in most resorts. All hard foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks, larger hotels and airports and at authorised exchange offices (Birou de Schimb Valutar). Rates can vary from one place to another, so visitors are advised to shop around for the best rate of exchange. Exchanges on the black market are made frequently, but visitors are advised to exchange money through proper exchange channels and to receive a currency exchange receipt, as certain services require visitors to show the receipt as proof of having made at least one financial transaction.

Romania duty free

Overview

Romania is within the European Union. If you are travelling from the UK, you are entitled to buy fragance, skincare, cosmetics, Champagne, wine, selected spirits, fashion accessories, gifts and souvenirs – all at tax-free equivalent prices.

If you are travelling from within the EU, there is no limit on the amount or value of goods you may import, providing your goods are for personal consumption. Goods imported for commercial purposes are subject to duty and the following guideline amounts are in place to determine whether this is the case:

• 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarillos or 200 cigars or 1kg of tobacco.
• 10L of spirits over 22% volume, 20L of alcoholic beverages less than 22% volume, 90L of wine (no more than 60L of sparkling wine) and 110L of beer.

If you are arriving from a non-EU country, the following goods may be imported into Romania by persons over 17 years of age without incurring customs duty:

• 40 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars or 250g of tobacco.
• 4L of wine and 16L of beer and 1L of spirits over 22% volume or 2L of alcoholic beverages less than 22% volume.
• Other goods up to the value of US$450.

Banned Imports

Ammunition, weapons, explosives, narcotics and counterfeit goods.

There are restrictions on the import of meat and dairy products from outside the EU.

You must obtain a permit to import protected species.

Banned Exports

Articles of cultural, historical or artistic value.

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