A host of elements come together to make Romania a magnet for visitors on the international tourist circuit. Despite being a small country, it has tremendous geographical diversity, offering a variety of holiday activities. There’s also the country’s priceless heritage of monuments, many of which are well preserved and offer a glimpse into the country’s rich history. Finally, there’s Romania’s traditional folk culture, vibrant and alive.
Accessibility is easy from most parts of the world, thanks to Romania’s location in southeastern Europe. Besides this, Romania also boasts of a reasonably good and varied transport infrastructure – by road, rail, air and ferry.
This Romania Transportation Guide lists details about both getting to and from Romania, as well as getting around Romania once you are there. One excellent option for getting around and exploring Romania is taking a Romania tour. For information about transport within the capital, you can go directly to our Bucharest Transportation Guide.