Discover Medical Categories Available in Romania

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 14 clinics

Dentistry 9 clinics

Cosmetology 7 clinics

Dermatology 6 clinics

General Medicine 4 clinics

Ophthalmology 3 clinics

Gastroenterology 3 clinics

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) 3 clinics

Orthopedics 3 clinics

Bariatric Surgery 3 clinics

Cardiology 2 clinics

Hair Restoration 2 clinics

Gynecology 2 clinics

Psychology 2 clinics

Psychiatry 2 clinics

Infectious Diseases 1 clinics

Osteopathy 1 clinics

Physical Therapy 1 clinics

General Surgery 1 clinics

Oncology 1 clinics

Urology 1 clinics

Nephrology 1 clinics

Reproductive Medicine 1 clinics

Diagnostic Imaging 1 clinics

Dentistry Packages 1 clinics

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1 clinics

Discover the Regions of Romania

Bucharest 31 clinics

Cluj-Napoca 0 clinics

Arad 0 clinics

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About Romania

Romania is a country in southeastern Europe, it has a rich natural and cultural diversity. It is particularly famous for its dramatic mountain scenery, dense forests, beautiful valleys, and fine white sandy beaches along the Black Sea Coast. In addition, it also boasts picturesque medieval castles, royal, and communist sights, as well as unique attractions such as the UNESCO-listed Danube Delta reserve, wooden churches of Maramures, Turda Salt Mine, and painted churches of Bukovina. Romania’s medical system has been experiencing significant improvement, attracting an influx of medical tourists from all around the globe. The country has a perfect combination of highly-skilled medical professionals, top-quality medical facilities recognized all over Europe, and competitive prices. Transplantation is one of the most sought-after procedures in Romania. Medical tourists also come to try its thermal waters, mineral waters, therapeutic mud, and salt baths.

Popular Cities and Regions in Romania

As the primary entry point into Romania, Bucharest, the country’s capital and largest city, is one of the main tourist destinations in the country. Although much of the center is modern and filled with unfinished developments, tourists can find beautiful 17th- and 18th-century Orthodox churches and belle époque villas in the corners of the city. Some of the top attractions include the Palace of Parliament, Romanian Athenaeum, Former Ceauşescu Residence, Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum, and Cişmigiu Garden. Besides Bucharest, most people head to the Transylvania region, particularly the city of Sibiu, Bran, and Brașov.

Transport in Romania

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is the main international airport in Romania. It has numerous direct flights to cities in Europe and the Middle East, including Paris, Athens, and Abu Dhabi. Romania has a comprehensive network of domestic flights, which can be useful for those who want a quick and convenient way to travel. Bus and maxitaxi (minibus) reach most Romanian towns, while the train only stops at major towns. Local bus services are available in all towns, and in the main cities, there are also trams and trolleybuses. Inexpensive metered taxis can be found easily as well.

Visas in Romania

Visa is not required for citizens of EU countries, the USA, Australia, Canada, and the UK for a stay up to 90 days. However, EU nationals may stay for an unlimited period, but have to register with the local authorities after three months. While Romania is not yet part of the Schengen visa agreement, those who already hold a valid Schengen Visa do not have to obtain a (special) Romanian visa. Citizens from most countries (who do not have a valid Schengen Visa), including China, India, and Turkey, need to apply for a visa to visit the country.

Weather in Romania

Romania has four distinct seasons. The spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) is mostly pleasant regarding the temperature. Summer, from June to August, can be very hot and dry, especially in Bucharest. The temperatures can reach 35°D on the hottest days. In December, winter starts, bringing cold air and cloudy skies. Snowfall is common during the winter, but not abundant.   

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Romanian Leu (RON) is the currency of Romania. 1 USD is equivalent to 4.10 RON.
  2. Money & Payments: It is best that you change your money at a bank, but private exchange offices are also available. ATMs can be found almost everywhere. Credit cards are only accepted in higher-end hotels, shops, and restaurants. Tipping is expected in restaurants, normally around 5%-10%.
  3. Local Language: Romanian is the most commonly spoken language, but there are numerous foreign languages spoken in the country, including Hungarian and Russian. About 40% of Romanians speak at least a moderate amount of English.
  4. Local Culture and Religion: As a secular state, there is no state religion in Romania. However, Christianity is the largest. Other religions, such as Islam, are also practiced.
  5. Public holidays: New Year’s Day, Orthodox Easter, Epiphany, Whit Monday, National Day, and Christmas Day are some of the most celebrated holidays.