Getting to Romania is not difficult from virtually all parts of the world, due to its position. Romania has 17 airports of which 12 serve international flights. Bucharest's Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Romania and has international flights to all major cities in Europe and few Middle Eastern capitals. Bucharest's Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) Airport, Traian Vuia International Airport, and Cluj-Napoca International Airport are some of the finest airports in Romania. Romania has three main important airlines serving the local and international flights: Tarom, Carpatair, and Blue Air.
You can also travel into Romania through a bus or car service. Several bus routes connect Bucharest and other Romanian major cities with Copenhagen, London, Paris, Berlin, Athens, Munich, Rome, Frankfurt, Budapest, Vienna, and Istanbul.
By car, you can easily drive into Romania from the western countries but will have a little challenge when coming in from the East as you’ll have to drive through Moldova. Driving your car into the country will require you to have the following: your passport, visa, driving license, car registration details and a valid insurance cover.
Train is another means to enter Romania though not fast, but it’s comfortable. Romania has a fine network of railway throughout the country and also links many European cities. From Budapest to Timisoara takes about 6 hours while London to Bucharest takes approximately 46 hours.
Tourists can also access Romania through boats. Boat Cruise companies, mostly German and Austrian are available on the Danube River to Danube Delta and to the Black Sea Coast. These boat cruises will offer you the opportunity to have views of other countries as it stops along major ports of Austria, Serbia, and Hungary.