Regular and charter flights of Romanian air carriers (Tarom is the national airline) or the foreign airlines with offices in Bucharest (KLM, Air France, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, etc.) connect Bucharest to the world's major airports. Romania's international airports are Bucharest-Henri Coandă, Bucharest-Aurel Vlaicu, Constanța, Timișoara, Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, Arad, Bacău and Oradea.
For those who choose Budapest Airport (Hungary), regular bus lines connect Budapest to Cluj-Napoca, Oradea, Arad, and Timișoara.
International express trains connect main Central European capitals to Bucharest, the Black Sea Coast and main cities. Romania is a member of the International Railway Tariff System (RIT) and Inter Rail.
All roads are marked in accordance with international regulations.
Driving is on the right side of the road and overtaking on the left. If you travel by car to Romania, bring your driving license, car papers and Green Card. The Romanian Automobile Club (ACR) offers non-stop roadside assistance.
By sea or river
Cruise ships dock in the port of Constanța (on the Black Sea Coast), the country's largest port. Passenger boats also operate on the Danube and the new European waterway Rotterdam - Constanța, including Romanian Danube Channel - Black Sea.