Cheap flights to Romania

Top Cities to Visit in Romania

Cheap round-trip flights to Romania

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Why You Should Take a Flight to Romania

Romania is home to a rich folk culture, a fascinating past and a number of vibrant, cosmopolitan cities. A fantastic destination for a relaxing escape, a romantic break or an action-packed adventure, this unique country has something for everyone.

 

When to Book Flights to Romania

Most visitors head to Romania during the summer. In June, July, August and September you’ll be able to enjoy warm temperatures, clear skies and beautiful landscapes. However, many southern parts of the country, including Bucharest, are sweltering in the middle of the summer so, if you’re not a fan of the heat, book your flights to Romania in the spring or autumn months.

Romania is fast gaining a reputation as a great low-cost ski destination. The ski season runs from mid-December to early March, making the winter a great time to book your Cheap Flights to Romania if you want to have fun on the slopes.

 

How to Find Cheap Flights to Romania

If you use Expedia to book your UK to Romania flights, finding a great deal should be easy.

If you are departing from one of the capital’s airports make sure you select ‘All London Airports’. You’ll then be shown available journeys from all of the airports in and around London.

If your travel plans aren’t fixed, click the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ link on the results page. A lot of the time you’ll find that flights are cheaper in the middle of the week so you may well be able to save money by travelling on a different day.

You can arrange your results by price, duration and departure time using the drop down menu at the top of the page.

 

UK Departures to Romania

 

Main Airports in Romania

Located around 10 miles from the Romanian capital, Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is the busiest aviation hub in the country. A number of national carriers and low-cost airlines serve the airport with regular flights departing for destinations across Europe. The airport is connected to the city centre by rail, bus and taxi, making it easy to continue your journey to Bucharest.

Another important air hub is Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport. Located close to Cluj Napoca, in the northwest of the country, it’s the main entry point for passengers travelling to the historic region of Transylvania.

As both Brasov and Sibiu become increasingly popular destinations for city breaks, the airports serving these areas are beginning to offer a wider selection of flights and airlines.

 

Which Airlines Fly to Romania?

A good choice of airlines offers regular flights to Romania from London.

These include:

 

How to Get Around Romania

Buses and trains connect many of Romania’s major cities, making it easy to explore the country. Although not the fastest way to get around, travelling by road and rail allows you to watch the landscape roll by and get a real feel for the country.

If you’re travelling long distances, you’ll probably find flying is more comfortable and convenient. Regular internal flights connect Bucharest with destinations around the country and cheap tickets are generally easy to find.

If you want to explore the country in your own time, hire a car from one of the main airports or cities and get off the beaten path. Alternatively, for a greener adventure, rent a bike and explore Romania’s rapidly expanding network of cycle paths.

In Bucharest, you’ll find a good choice of public transport options. The city’s metro network, although limited, offers a fast and easy way to get around town. Buses and trams connect the city centre with outlying areas while taxis are also available across Bucharest.

 

Must-See Attractions in Romania

One of the most popular sights in Romania is Bran Castle. Located close to Brasov on the border between Transylvania and Wallachia, it’s commonly known as Dracula’s Castle and is a great place to learn more about Romania’s history and folklore.

If you want to journey even further into Dracula’s homeland, visit the city of Cluj Napoca. Home to the country’s largest university and a choice of beautiful historic buildings, it makes a great base from which to explore this enigmatic region.

Another great destination for a Romanian city break is Brasov. Combining old world charm with a vibrant contemporary culture, the city is compact enough to explore on foot and is within easy reach of a number of the country’s most famous attractions.

 

Tips for Travelling in Romania

Bucharest is two hours ahead of London. UK passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to Romania.

 

Frequently asked questions