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Low cost flight tickets to Romania

Romania is situated in the South Eastern part of central Europe, Romania offers visitors great natural wealth, great landscapes, splendid mountains, wildlife, hills, plains, rivers and lakes, Romania has best of both worlds it has great cities and also it’s rugged and beautiful countryside, Romania has a rich history and culture about one third of Romania is mountainous thus hiking is a major attraction, for travelers it has majestic castles, medieval towns, beautiful countryside and resorts. The people of Romania are very hospitable and friendly, though probably Romania is a year round destination the best time to visit Romania is from April to October, Bucharest is the capital city of Romania other major destinations being Brasov and Southern Bucovina. Here you will find tips for booking the cheapest flights to Romania easily online. Below we offer some internationally recognized brokers.

Additional information about the country

Romania is located in Europe. Payments are made here with the Romanian leu (RON). The language here is Romanian. The country has a pleasant Warm-summer humid continental climate. The annual temperature is on average 14 degrees centigrade. An excellent travel period is May, June & September. The socket type is F (230 V, 50 Hz). A popular airport hub in the country is Henri Coanda International Airport in Bucharest (IATA code: OTP). An important Romanian carrier is TAROM. The regular price level is: average. A hotel stay costs about €64 a night. Also check out cheap flights to Seychelles & Bulgaria.

CountryRomania (RO)
Flight typeEuropean flight
Biggest AirportHenri Coandă International Airport (OTP)
Phone+40 21 204 1000
Largest AirlineTAROM

Overview with destinations in the country:

  • Ramnicu Valcea
  • Constanta
  • Piatra Neamt
  • Suceava
  • Cluj Napoca
  • Craiova
  • Arad
  • Tulcea
  • Bucharest
  • Timișoara
  • Ploiesti
  • Botosani
  • Târgu Mureș
  • Drobeta Turnu-Severin
  • Brasov

  • Last minute flights May 2024: interesting flight ticket offers

    Do you want to reserve a fast and cheap flight to Romania? That doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are some tips: view the options for a low budget airline, book with discount (early booking discount), use a price alert for last minutes and keep multiple dates open. Using a ticket comparator like you get the cheapest flights to Romania. As with airlines such as Delta Air Lines (DL), Ryanair (FR) & Scandinavian Airlines (SK).

    Favorable travel periods

    • January 2023: a cheap flight month outside the high season.
    • February 2023: book a relaxing stay during spring break.
    • March 2023: extra travel guarantee with package holiday incl. transport and hotel.
    • April 2023: discover beautiful places during your city trip in Bucharest.
    • May 2023: the best deals with all inclusive hotels.
    • June 2023: the best deals with flight and hotel just before the summer rush.
    • July 2023: Preferably book out 3 or 4 months before the summer holidays.
    • August 2023: the largest offer with cheap flight holiday packages.
    • September 2023: you can book a cheap last-minute flight a few days before departure.
    • October 2023: travel to this beautiful destination during the autumn holidays.
    • November: 2022: an unforgettable winter holiday with the whole family.
    • December: 2022: book your winter sun holidays during the Christmas Holidays.

    Check Romanian airline companies

    1. Lufthansa (LH): ask about the options for first-class tickets.
    2. Turkish Airlines (TK): choose Business class if you are on a business trip.
    3. TAROM: cheap economy class seats for everyone.
    4. Delta Air Lines (DL): excellent meals and drinks on board.
    5. Ryanair (FR): onboard entertainment: Movies, music and TV series.
    6. Scandinavian Airlines (SK): easy to book extra hand luggage.
    7. easyJet (U2): view the rules for checked hold baggage on the website of the airline.
    8. Transavia (HV): easily check in online and request a boarding pass.
    9. KLM (KL): enough flight attendants who support with the luggage.
    10. Wizz Air (W6): attractive discount for travelers with children or babies.

    Frequently chosen airport: Henri Coandă International Airport

    A local airfield nearby is Henri Coanda International Airport. It is about a large airport (located on 96 meters above the sea level) which is located in Bucharest. Many international airlines fly there. On your navigation you can search for: Airport, Otopeni 075100, Romania. For more information see also official Phone support is available via +40 21 204 1000. For questions about your flight, consult the website of airlines such as easyJet (U2), Transavia (HV), KLM (KL) & Wizz Air (W6). The national airline is TAROM.

    Frequently chosen departure airports in May 2024

    • Henri Coandă International Airport: large hub with many connecting flights.
    • Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW): easily reserve a parking space in advance.
    • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR): by valet parking you drive home quickly after your return.
    • Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU): you lose little time here at customs and security.
    • Brisbane International Airport (BNE): there are sufficient facilities available in the gates / departure hall.
    • Munich Airport (MUC): the arrival hall / terminal ensures smooth handling.
    • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK): an excellent connection with various trains and public transport.
    • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS): reliable airport with accurate arrival and departure times.
    • Singapore Changi Airport (SIN): workplaces with internet access, reading areas and seating groups in the lounge.
    • Palma De Mallorca Airport (PMI): after checking in you can do some tax-free shopping (duty-free).
    • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE): very user-friendly airport with all amenities.
    • Manchester Airport (MAN): choose from different hotels near the airport for a relaxing flight.
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    Located at the southeast of Romania Bucharest has been the Capital City of Romania since 1862. It is also a very important commercial and industrial hub for the country. This city is lovingly referred to as “Little Paris” and “Paris of East” because of the elegant mix of modern, historical as well Communist era architecture. In fact, the whole city re-established after it was burned down in the early 17th Century. Later on in the following 200 years till today the city has been destroyed number of times by wars and natural disasters like earthquakes but has always been rebuilt and continued to prosper. Since year 2000 the city is changing its face very rapidly with more modern look and getting an urbanized appearance due to the country’s economic growth. The historic center is also undergoing major facelift. With diverse elements from traditional art to modern architecture, from folk culture exhibitions to botanical parks, from visual art to nightlife, Bucharest is a place where you might not want to come back from.

    • The Arch of Triumph: Arc de Triomphe or Arch of Triumph is 85 feet high with a staircase inside, through which you reach at the top of the arch and enjoy a beautiful view of Bucharest city. The arch was designed by the architect, Petre Antonescu and decorated with the sculptures by great Romanian artists like constantin Baraschi, Constantin Medrea and many more. The arch is erected in the memory of brave Romanian soldiers fought in World War I.
    • Victory Avenue: In 1692 a beautiful oak lined street was built to link the Old Princely Court to Mogosoaia Palace. In 1878 after the victorious Romanian War of Independence, the street was titled as Calea Victoriei or the Victory Avenue. This street boasts of holding some of the most beautiful buildings as well as some important historical architecture in Bucharest. Today this street is the most fashionable as well as charming street in the city.
    • Cantacuzino Palace: Built between 1898 and 1900 the Cantacuzino Palace was built for one of the wealthiest citizens as well as a Prime Minister of Bucharest. He wished to have the most stylish residence in the city and the Palatul Cantacuzino was designed by architect Ion Berindei using French Style architecture. The Palace though is very old, the contemporary design is still worth a visit.
    • The Romanian Athenaeum: Ateneul Roman or the Romanian Athenaeum has a very interesting history. During building of Athenaeum was going on the original clients of the project ran out of funds and one of the most wonderful fund raising campaign was run to complete this project. The project was designed by the French architect Albert Galleron. The “Give a penny for the Athenaeum” campaign was so successful that it could complete almost the entire building in the year 1888 with the money donated by public. The building is built beautifully and is known worldwide for its impressive acoustics.
    • Royal Palace Great Concert Hall: The Sala Palatului or the Great Concert Hall is located next to the Royal Palace. The hall has a capacity for 3000 people at a time. This concave roof structure was built in 1960 for Communist Party congress held every five years. The contemporary structure of the hall hosts a lot of conferences, events as well as festivals and concerts even today.
    • The Military Club: The Cercul Militar National – The Military Club was built in 1912 as place for cultural, social as well as educational events of Romanian army. Today the ballroom is used for official events and banquets where as the upper area is the army’s library, classrooms and offices.
    • Old Historical Center of Bucharest (Lipscani District): If you want to experience the real Romanian culture you must visit Lipscani. This place is glamorous, charming though its changing towards the modern residency; it still has its cultural beauty intact. This area of the city used to be the market place with merchants and craftsmen from around the world during 1400s. Lipscani is name for German Traders from Lipsca, the streets in the area are also called after various craft communities. The architecture in this area too reflects this mix of cultures and nationalities. Continuing the culture, today the area hosts a lot of art galleries, antique shops and coffeehouses.
    • University Square: This square boasts of having some of the most impressive architectural pieces on its four corners, having the Bucharest National Theater at one corner with the neoclassical coltea Hospital and its beautiful church to its other corner. With School of Architecture building at one corner and Sutu Palace, now holding the Bucharest History Museum at the other corner the square has a very impressive look to itself. . The University square or Piata Universitatii is one of the most crowded areas in Bucharest and is also the most popular meeting points in the city.
    • Parliament Palace: Palatul Parlamentului was known as People’s palace when it was built in 1984 by Nicolae Ceausescu, the Communist Party leader. This building is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon. It took 20,000 workers and 700 architects to build this structure with 12 stories and 1,100 rooms. This palace has long lobby of 328-ft. This building also boasts to have a large nuclear bunker with three other underground levels. The building is Romania’s Parliament house today and also serves as an international conference center for the country.
    • Metropolitan Church: Since 17th Century the Metropoliei or Metropolitan Church has been the foundation of the traditional Romanian faith. The Walachia Ruler Constantin Serban Basarab built the church during 1656 and 1658. The church became Metropolitan Church in 1668. The interior of the church is very impressive with elegant carvings and intricate designs. On Easter Midnight huge crowds gather for the service.
    • Bucharest History & Art Museum: The History and Art Museum boasts of having a collection of 300,000 items like coins, books, paintings, maps, arms and traditional costumes as well as furniture. Prince Constantin Brancoveanu’s sword decorated with precious stones is also exhibited here. The Museum is located in Sutu Palace.
    • Museum of the Romanian Peasant: Over 90,000 artifacts, about 18000 pottery items with a ceramic item dated 1746, 20,000 folk costumes all the way from 19th Century unfolds in front of you a very impressive folk art in Romania. This museum also houses a range of agricultural tools, folk items like carpets, furniture, films and photographs showing you the folk culture in Romania. This museum was titled as European Museum of the year in 1996. Apart from the exhibition area, the church also has a shop where you can buy the regional art.
    • National Art Museum: Located in the Royal Palace and founded in 1948 the national art museum is Romania’s significant art museum. The museum used to house Romanian and European royal collection from 15th to 20th Century. The museum is divided into two different parts – National Gallery where you will find the world’s largest collection of Romanian art and European Gallery, where well known and impressive European artists’ art work is displayed in 15 different rooms. The Museum houses some 10,000 art work pieces in total.
    • National History Museum: The museum building used to be the city’s main post office in 1900s. The 41 rooms of the National History Museum present a detailed introduction to Romania from prehistoric times till 20th century. The museum also holds a unique exhibition of 3000 gold items like jewelry and valuable artifacts in the National Treasury Hall.
    • Cismigiu Garden: Take a break from visiting the art and palaces and visit Bucharest’s oldest park – Cismigiu Garden. About 30000 trees and plants were brought form the Romanian mountains and some exotic plants were imported form Vienna to make this garden. The Garden was opened to public in 1860. Today the Garden has facilities like a lake with rowboat; children play area, Chess area for amateurs, a beer garden and a lot of benches to relax.


    Brasov is a charming city located in the center of Romania; it is located 166 km from Bucharest. The city was founded in 1211 and is surrounded on three sides by mountains; Brasov is also an important cultural centre of the country which has been beautifully restored, also Brasov is quiet rich in natural beauty too. Brasov serves as an access hub for the local ski field named Poiana-Brasov also the city plays host to Golden Stag (Cerbul de Aur) international music festival.

    • The Black Church: One of the most famous landmarks in Brasov is the Black Church; the church was built between 1385 and 1477. the name was given after a fire broke out in the town which blackened the walls of the church in 1689.
    • Old Town: The Old Town includes the Black Church, the Council Square (Piata Sfatului), this is the place where it is that the legendary Pied Piper led the children of Hamlin and many other historic buildings and museums, a stroll around here and one can explore medieval buildings in different architectural styles.
    • Franciscan Monastery: Brasov also has many interesting and beautiful churches other than the Black Church, some best ones being Franciscan Monastery, Saint Peter and Paul Roman-Catholic Cathedral, Romanian Orthodox Cathedral, Saint Bartholomew Church and Saint Martin Church.
    • Fortress: Brasov was a fortified city and hence is surround by some great forts like the Rupea fortress (which is a UNESCO world heritage site), Feldioara fortress, Hoghiz with several historical buildings, Fagaras fortress, Racos fortress, Budila fortress, Sambata de Sus fortress.

    Southern Bucovina

    Bukovina or Bucovina in Romanian is a historical region; the region is split between Romania and Ukraine. The Romanian part lies on the Carpathian foothills tucked in the northeastern corner of Romania. Southern Bucovina is world famous for it’s painted monasteries, there are 48 monasteries in total here out of which 7 have been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, other than the monasteries there’s abundant natural beauty, old medieval churches, the Bucovina History Museum, markets, Schaun Citadel to explore.

    • The Painted Monasteries: The painted monasteries of Southern Bucovina are one of the greatest artistic monuments on the planet. Most of the churches were fortified with strong defensive and surrounding walls. Suceava is the largest town and the gateway to visiting the painted monasteries; the five main painted monasteries near Suceava are Humor, Voronet, Moldovita, Sucevita and Arbore. 7 out of 48 monasteries are declared UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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