Find our overview Public Transport Romania and see how to get around in Bucharest and in the countryside. Read here an overview of what you can expect.Read more
Living in Romania
Living in Romania is more and more popular, because the Balkan is developing into a prime destination. The easy attitude, great climate and low prices appeal more expats every year. Romania means a new language, making new friends and learning a new culture. Who would not want that?
The country has many benefits. The rent is low and the cost of living is very low even. The country will surprise many expats on various aspects of life. For basic goods Romania has some of the lowest prices in the EU. Expats can live comfortably, because wages for expats are usually well above local wages.
Bucharest is one of the most interesting capital cities in Europe. The old town has a lot of energy. The many restaurants and bars offer the best of Balkan culinary traditions. The new part of town is great for shopping. The city offers lots of fun for many people.
When on holiday, you will find that Romania has plenty to offer. Constanța is a popular beach resort. In the north the famous city Timișoara is well worth to visit. Nature and mountains are everywhere. The many landmarks appeal travelers from all over the world. For outdoor enthusiasts the country is perfect, because of the variety of available activities. Public transport is slow, but with a car you can get anywhere you want.
Our articles inform you with useful and interesting information. We also look into some administrative items that every expat should know. Educate yourself about living in Romania below!
The Romanian Carpathians offer beautiful landscapes with mountains and forests, but Romania also offers long beaches along the coast. See more here!Read more
Living abroad you will have different prices. Find here an overview of cost of living in Bucharest to give you an idea of what to expect.Read more
Living in Romania you will find yourself in a sort of Mediterranean environment. Life happens outside with a comfortable land climate inland and a sea climate on the coastal region.Read more
For people that start to work in Romania, in many cases employers provide the first weeks accommodation (always ask your employer about the relocation package). This gives you time to orientate and look for your own place.Read more