Romania has a very good transportation network, concerning infrastructure and services, conducive to enjoying journeys via all modes of transport, be it by air, by train, ferry, bus, taxi, or car rental, or the Bucharest metro.
Romania has 16 main airports available to the public:
|Name of Airport||City|
|Henri Coanda International Airport||Bucharest|
|Aurel Vlaicu International Airport||Bucharest|
|Traian Vuia International Airport||Timisoara|
|Cluj-Napoca International Airport||Cluj Napoca|
|George Enescu International Airport||Bacau|
|Targu Mures Transilvania Airport||Targu Mures|
|Iasi International Airport||Iasi|
|Sibiu International Airport||Sibiu|
|Mihail KogÄƒlniceanu International Airport||Constanta|
|Oradea International Airport||Oradea|
|Suceava È˜tefan cel Mare Airport||Suceava|
|Craiova International Airport||Craiova|
|Satu Mare International Airport||Satu Mare|
|Baia Mare International Airport||Baia Mare|
|Arad International Airport||Arad|
|Tulcea Danube Delta Airport||Tulcea|
International Express trains connect the main central European capitals to Bucharest, the Black Sea coast and major Romanian cities (Iasi, Constanta, Arad, etc.). Bucharest's main central station is Gara de Nord (North Station) with connections to every part of Romania as well as international connections to other countries.
Bucharest is the only Romanian city which has a subway. Currently, there are four underground lines traversing the city:
- Running from north to south is the M2-blue line
- From east to west is the M3-red line
- A periphery route, M1-yellow, fringes the city suburbs, and
- An exclusively northern route, M4-green takes students to the northern vistas.
There are several highways connecting Romania to neighbouring cities, including the E 81 which connects to Berlin, Warsaw, Budapest-Petea; the E 60 which leads to Vienna, Prague, Budapest-Bors; the E 64 going to Nadlac or the E 671 to Varsaud. In addition, the E 70 can take someone straight to Trieste in 5.5 hours, and to Belgrade-Moravita or Portile de Fier. The E 85 leads to Athens, with exists to Tirana, Sofia-Giurgiu; and the E 87 turns east to Istanbul, Sofia-Vama Veche. Finally, Moscow, Kiev, Chernovitz-Siret are accessible via the E 85 trans-border highway.
Romania also has 25 ports with the most significant being the medieval port of Constanta on the Black Sea Coast.