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2024 Travel Guide for First Time Visitors in Romania

A practical, up-to date travel guide

2024 travel guide for first time visitors in romania.

If you're planning to visit Romania in 2024 for the first time (or returning!) and are looking for a complete, up to date travel guide with essential advice and practical Romania travel tips to plan your holiday - this article is for you.

As locals we'll tell you the most important things to know about visiting Romania, up to date info about our country and the best way to plan an amazing holiday here! But first - is Romania worth visiting?

In short - YES! For the long answer - in this post we've linked to many of our articles about Romania's tourist attractions, best things to do, natural beauty, local culture and traditions.

So if you need help with planning your trip don't hesitate to contact us - that's what we're here for! We have a network of 50 best guides all over the country and created authentic Romanian experiences and trips you won't find anywhere else :)

This travel guide was last updated in January 2024. So, let's get started:

Table of contents

Quick facts about Romania

  • 1. Entry requirements & visa

2. Romanian currency, exchange houses and card payments

3. is romania cheap to visit tourist budget and holiday costs, 4. romanian geography and natural attractions, 5. getting here. public transportation in romania, 6. weather. best time to visit romania, 7. medical emergencies, 8. is romania safe to visit, 9. where to stay in romania. hotels and guesthouses, 10. romanian people and society, 11. romania travel tips no one will tell you about, 12. romania means much more than dracula castle..., 13. open your mind and heart to romanian people.

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The Lower Town of Sibiu

Located in Eastern Europe, Romania is the 9th largest European country by surface with a very rich and diverse geography as you'll soon find out. It ranks 6th by population (approx. 19 mil) composed of 85% Romanians and other ethnic minorities such as Hungarians, Germans, Italian, Turks or rroma.

Romania is a NATO member since 2004 and part of the European Union since 2007. The local time in Romania is Eastern European Time (EET) +02:00 GMT

Our country is made up of 3 historical regions: Wallachia (South), Transylvania (North-West) and Moldova (North-East). The capital of Romania is Bucharest with approx. 2,2 mil. The next major cities are Cluj-Napoca and Iasi, the unofficial capitals of Transylvania and Moldova.

There are many reasons why it's worth visiting Romania. Main attractions and tourist destinations include:

  • lots of famous castles starting with the famous Bran Castle, Corvin Castle or the ex-royal residence Peles Castle built by King Carol I, and 140 more!
  • interesting UNESCO World Heritage sites: the 400-year old Wooden Churches of Maramures, the 500-year old Painted Monasteries of Bucovina, the 700-year old Sighisoara Citadel or the 2,000 year old ruins of Dacian Fortresses
  • incredible nature with great hiking opportunities in the wild Carpathian Mountains which earned our country the title of Europe's last wilderness reserve or relaxation at the sandy beaches of the Black Sea coast
  • eclectic sights mixing communist landmarks such as the huge Palace of Parliament ) with historic sites and medieval cities such as Brasov, Sibiu and Targu Mures in the center of the country
  • unique sights such as the impressive underground Turda Salt Mine , the haunted Hoia Baciu forest or the thrilling Transfagarasan Highway
  • the miracle that is the Danube Delta - 3rd best preserved biosphere in the world and home to over 300 species of birds

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Top attractions in Romania Tours

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  • the famous South-East Transylvania with its main attractions: Saxon villages and fortified churches, castles, medieval towns
  • the traditional Maramures region (upper North-West) with its Wooden Churches and folk costumes
  • the spiritual Bucovina region (upper North-East) with its 500-year-old Painted Churches and egg-painting traditions

If you want an authentic experience of Romanian countryside you'll need at least 2 full days in any of these regions and to travel by car.

Romanian history is like Game of Thrones but without the fantasy part: at the intersection of Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Russian (later Soviet) empires, our history is full of twists and turns in the middle ages. We were always caught between the wars, domination and power plays of foreign power (hence the many castles in Romania and historical sites!).

Our history is a testimony of our nation's resilience, cultural identity and goal to unite the three historical regions into one independent state which happened only in 1918.

Castles, Fortresses & Historic Tours

Castles, Fortresses & Historic Tours

As for Romanian culture and people, you'll see Romanians are very friendly and hospitable who love enjoying life, food and socialising. Our Latin blood and cultural affinity for Western Europe lifestyle mixes with a Balkan vibe and Eastern traditional values inspired by our Christian Orthodox religion. The best Romanian movies do a great job of showing this.

Although there are some prejudices and misconceptions about our country and people, those who've visited our country were pleasantly surprised and impressed by what it can offer - and we hope you'll be too! And if you're wondering who are some famous people from Romania - you might be surprised!

Now, on to the practical stuff with things to know and the latest information about visiting Romania:

1. Entry requirements & visa

Entering Romania is quite easy as visa requirements for tourism or short stays under 90 days are relaxed. On the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website you'll find lists of countries for which a visa is or not required.

Besides having a valid passport (or ID if you're from the European Union), for other travel documents needed also check the conditions of entry .

Besides European Union nationals, citizens from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Israel, Australia Singapore, don't need a visa when they enter Romania if planning to stay under 90 days. Make sure to double check entry requirements on your own too.

Holders of a Schengen visa with multiple entries (and slots still available and valid!) are not required to apply for a Romanian visa for entry.

You can apply for a visa online on the Ministry's (only) official website .

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The Romanian currency is RON or informally called Lei. It comes in plastic, almost indestructible notes of 5, 10, 50, 100, 200 and 500. There are also some smaller-don’t-matter coins.

Although some prices in Romania may be displayed in Euro using Euros for cash payments is NOT accepted and if someone offers you an ‘in-house’ exchange rate - you should check official rates before accepting.

  • 1 Euro is about 5 Lei and 1 USD is about 4,6 Lei - check official exchange rates published by the Romanian National Bank here )

Paying by card is very safe and widespread in Romania in all shops, restaurants, hotels or tourist attractions. But not in taxis, farmers market or artisan fares where you need to have cash. Debit cards issued by VISA, MasterCard and Maestro are widely accepted everywhere, but American Express cards may not always work. If you're using credit cards from a non-EU bank, make sure it's authorised for international payments.

Bucharest street food tour

Bucharest Street Food Tour: Farmers' Markets & Hidden Streets

Start from: University Square

When travelling in the country or in the mountains cash is king so always have Lei with you and plan your budget ahead. Some guesthouses or restaurants in the countryside don't accept card payments, especially credit cards, so ask in advance.

There are plenty of ATMs in Romania (bancomat) to withdraw money from. The most common banks with safe & secure ATMs are BCR, BRD or Banca Transilvania. For fees, check with your local bank. In the countryside or mountainous areas it's harder to find ATMs but every village or small town should have one near the city hall.

What currency to bring when travelling to Romania: Euros, US dollars, UK pounds or Swiss francs are the easiest to convert anywhere. When you arrive don’t use exchange offices located in airports for more than 20 € / $ / £ for taxi fare as they usually have very bad rates aimed at unsuspecting tourists. You'll find lots of exchange bureaus (casa de schimb) in Romania, easily recognisable by their yellow or white street boards indicating rates offered.

  • Pro tip: rates at exchange bureaus are usually better than at banks and 90% of them don't charge any fees

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View over Brasov, one of the best preserved medieval towns

Up until 2020, Romania used to be known as a cheap destination but this changed in the last 3 years... why?

The hospitality and tourist sector were strongly affected after two hard years of Covid-19 and a low 2022 caused by the invasion of Ukraine war-scare.

Many guides had to get regular jobs while small operators and guesthouses lowered their value-for-money ratio and/or closed shop. Meanwhile, the 'surviving' businesses and guides raised their prices to keep up with demand and rising costs.

  • We have a network of 50+ guides and partners all over the country, so we witnessed the disaster firsthand while trying to stay alive. Since 2017 our mission has been to support local communities by including their services in our tours. So if you book a tour with us you'll directly help small businesses and people in Romania!

The wider European economic context (energy crisis, inflation) coupled with higher local taxes meant everything got more expensive in Romania by 20-30%.

The good news (ironically!) is prices increased all over Europe - and the world too, since the global economy is not doing great. So on a relative scale Romania is still cheaper to visit compared with most European countries if you plan your holiday well or go off-the-beaten path. Key info:

  • generally, the value-for-money you get in Romania for tourist activities (e.g. guided tours, wine tastings, fine dining, SPA etc) is very good
  • prices in major cities where the main attractions for tourists are ( Bucharest , Cluj-Napoca , Brasov and Sibiu ) or on the Black Sea Coast are higher compared to other ones, but on the flipside they have lots of choices for every budget, so shop around!
  • in small towns and villages, prices for meals and accommodation are on average 20-30% lower

A reasonable budget per day if you're planning to travel to Romania is between 30-60 Euro for accommodation, meals and small expenses. In restaurants a main course is around 25-50 Lei (5-10 Euro), soups around 10-20 Lei (2-4 Euro), soft drinks start from 1,5 Euro while alcohol from 2 Euro. Entrance fees to tourist attractions range between 4-15 Euro

For a better idea of how expensive Romania is, for a 3-day city break in Bucharest or Cluj-Napoca budget around 200 - 350 Euro in total for 2 people (excl. flights and guided tours) with generous meals and drinks included, tickets and local transport. A 7-day guided tour starts from 2,000 Euro per person for 2 people, depending on hotels, activities and itinerary.

Best of Transylvania Tour

3-Day BEST of Transylvania Tour: Brasov, Sighisoara, Bran & Viscri

Start from: Bucharest

Tipping in Romania is very common and usually expected. Service fees or coperto is not included when going out in restaurants (unless expressly mentioned!) and a 7-10% tip on top of the bill is common. If you’re really happy with the service you can go up to 15%.

Tips for small, personal services (body care & cosmetics, hotel concierge, drivers, etc.) are also welcomed. Tipping tour guides is also common on average 10-15% of the tour price. And if the guide doesn't say anything (because they're usually uncomfortable asking!) - just do what feels right to you.

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This is Transfagarasan Road one of Romania's top attractions

Romania has been blessed with a rich and diverse geography with lots of natural attractions which makes it one of the most beautiful countries:

  • the Black Sea coast with fine sandy beaches
  • the Danube River creates the Danube Delta with vast waterways and lakes
  • picturesque hills and old-growth forests in Transylvania
  • the wild, impressive Carpathian Mountains (also known as Transylvanian Alps)

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Going as high as 2,544m (at Moldoveanu, the highest peak) the Romanian Carpathians and their foothills take up almost 45% of our land surface.

With over 100 peaks over 2.300m altitude, lots of trails for all difficulty levels offering incredible natural landscapes and a wildlife population that earned us the title of Europe's last wilderness reserve - this is a great place for your next hiking holiday. Our article on best hiking trails in Romania will tell you more.

Romania shared hiking tour

7-Day Peaks of Romania [Shared Group Trip]

Start from: Brasov

In terms of natural attractions, besides the many national parks (Piatra Craiului, Bucegi, Apuseni being the most famous), I would also mention the Muddy Volcanoes , the Romanian Sphinx or the 7 stairs canyon.

The simplest and most convenient way to travel to Romania is to fly here. Besides the main airport (Bucharest Otopeni), there are 9 airports in big cities served by low cost airlines (Wizz Air and Ryan Air mostly) with flights to over 100 destinations in Europe. This is because there are close to 4 million Romanians living abroad so there's a lot of commuting. If you plan well and in advance, you can find tickets as cheap as 60 Euro round-trip.

  • Local tip: check our guide on Bucharest airport so you have a 'soft landing' here :)

Besides a Southeastern Europe and Romania road trip, you can also get here using direct trains from Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Sofia or Thessaloniki. We prepared an article on travelling to Romania with additional information on this topic.

Transylvania bike trails

2-Day Transylvania Bike Trails Tour: Viscri & Saxon Villages

Public transport in Romania is a little more challenging. Unfortunately road and railway infrastructure is underdeveloped. There are few highways and mostly one-lane roads which are heavy with traffic (including trucks) so driving 100 km by car can take 2h. And though there are lots of train stations in the whole country, because tracks are old trains go slow (average of 80 km/h). At least they're cheap!

For short distances (>200 km) a car, train or bus is a good choice. For medium or long distances (over 300 km) you should consider breaking your itinerary or catching an internal flight (eg. from Bucharest to Cluj or Timisoara). Visitors to Romania are well advised to have travel insurance before getting here. Our guide on public transportation in Romania will have more info on this.

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Romania has a temperate continental climate which used to be codename for standard weather. But in the last 10 years the effects of climate change are starting to show. We wrote a bigger article on the best time to visit Romania describing the weather and with visiting tips for each season.

In short, for sightseeing trips come anytime April - October when the weather is fair, warm and days are longer. Peak season for holidays is 1 Aug - 15 September so if you're planning to travel to Romania then, make sure to book everything in advance!

The best time to go hiking and for outdoor activities in general is from late Spring to mid October but this depends on where you're going. For example, in mountains at altitudes of over 2,000m (eg. Fagaras, Retezat or Bucegi) there can still be snow until late June and weather is unpredictable. High season for hiking is Aug-Sept when there's less rain and fair weather.

Fagaras Mountains

Transfagarasan Road & Hiking Day Trip in Fagaras Mts

For wildlife tours - we follow nature's rhythm. Animals - especially brown bears - are active from late Spring to late Autumn, depending on how warm and cold it is. The best time to visit with the highest chances of seeing wild animals is during Summer, but these trips usually have complex logistics, go into remote areas and are in high demand - so book them in advance!

Our luxury mountain lodge

3-Day Hiking & Wildlife Trip at an Eco-Luxury Private Cabin in Fagaras Mts

Start from: Rucar, Arges county

  • Local tip: our personal favorite time to visit Romania is Autumn: starting from early September a superb array of gold, orange and brown will cover the vast Carpathian woodlands

The best time to visit the Danube Delta is April - October when nature at its best: lush vegetation in full bloom, birds nesting or playing around and lots of fish.

Danube Delta tour

4-Day Danube Delta: Birds, Letea Village & Lakes [Group Trip]

Start from: Tulcea

Compared to other countries, the peak holiday season by the Black Sea Coast is shorter, typically from 15 July - 30 August. Winter in Romania is quite cold, but not humid. In mountainous areas there's lots of snowfall, but less so in the plains. The Romanian ski resorts come alive during the winter months of Jan-Feb but you can also take a cable car ride outside the season.

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the UNESCO World Heritage site Ruins of Dacian Citadels

In Romania the emergency number is 112 and an operator will ask if you want to talk to the police, fire or medical services.

There are no particular health concerns you should be aware about. No special insects or food issues around here either. As vegetation is very diverse and rich, those with pollen allergies should be prepared.

Bucharest communism museum

Museum of Communism: A Time-Capsule of Ordinary Lives

As regards medical services most hospitals are public and state-owned so they will take care of any walk-ins or emergencies - and settle insurance matters after. But you still need travel insurance, even if from a foreign issuer, whether you travel to Romania or anywhere else in the world.

Unfortunately healthcare in Romania is severely underdeveloped and understaffed so better lower your expectations of what a hospital should look like and how you should be treated. But medical staff is usually kind and will do their best to help you.

There are plenty of pharmacies in all urban areas and you can easily get the usual over-the-counter pills for colds, aches, indigestions or bruises.

Finally, we highly recommend you have a travel insurance. For citizens of the European Union countries, the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) which offers health coverage EU-wide is a good option.

Is Romania a safe travel destination? Yes! There are NO terror attacks, violent protests or civil disturbances here. We have very strict firearm regulations - so no crazy people with guns either.

So is Romania safe for travellers? Yup, and even though you may have heard or read scary stories about traveling in the Balkans, just do what you normally do when in 'tourist mode:' don’t look for trouble, beware of pickpockets or suspicious people, ignore drunkards and people pushing their services to tourists (like taxi drivers in North Train Station), be careful at night and don't disrespect people, traditions or clearly stated rules.

This applies to female and solo travelers as well.

Cluj-Napoca food tour

Cluj-Napoca Food Tour: Food Markets, Regional Dishes and Coffee Culture

Start from: Cluj-Napoca

We wrote an extensive article with Romania safety travel advice that will answer everything.

You may have heard stories about the rroma ethnic minority (improperly called gypsy) and how they're usually involved in small thefts, cons and begging. While their reputation might be bad, not all are like that. Most of the time you will see them as beggars, even using their children for money - but don't get fooled and give them anything as you're only perpetuating the cycle and not really helping them.

On our tours in Transylvania we take people to typical Rroma villages to find out about their culture and lifestyle in an authentic way firsthand.

Day tour from Cluj to Sighisoara

Tour of Transylvania's Countryside: Sighisoara Citadel & Fortified Villages

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Romania offers lots of accommodation choices for all budgets, requirements or styles. All of them are listed on either or AirBnB .

In the most visited cities you'll find a large selection of hostels, hotel rooms and boutique guesthouses. Lots of apart-hotels too. It's best to book them before you travel to Romania as walk-ins are rarely a good idea.

Wine tasting tour in Romania

The Wine Tradition of Romania: Premium Wine Tasting in Dealu Mare

The other tourist cities are not that big so even if you're not staying in the "old town" or "union square" area (usually the city centre and most crowded areas), it will probably be a 5-15 min walk away. Besides walking, I personally like to keep my healthy routines while traveling and found some easy travel workouts to do.

When visiting the traditional tourist regions of Romania (Transylvania, Maramures, Bukovina, Danube Delta) accommodation usually means a family-owned guesthouse offering bed and breakfast in a small village. These are called pensiune or casa - no hotels or restaurants here. Most of them offer a private rooms with en-suite WC and half board we suggest you take it since there are likely few alternatives to eat out. For hiking trips villages at the base of the mountains usually have lots of guesthouses. But sometimes the hiking trails begin a little further away so you'll need a car or guide to get there. When going deeper in the mountains you'll have at most 1-2 choices to stay in, usually mountain cabins or chalets. Romania's hiking infrastructure is not well developed and hut-to-hut hiking is not possible for this reason.

Hiking tour Bucegi

1 or 2 Day Hiking Trip in Bucegi Mountains: Sphinx, Babele, Omu Peak

Start from: Bucharest OR Brasov

Due to their very limited accommodation options and very high demand, we highly recommend you book your hiking trips in advance (min 2-3 weeks).

There are many good reasons to explore the Romanian countryside (the best place for culture trips), and here's another one: to stay in the many charming, authentic or luxury guesthouses. In recent years locals bought and restored old boyar (aristocrat) manors, traditional village houses (like King Charles did in Viscri), built modern eco-luxury villas, or converted large old farmhouses into agro-tourism cottages straight out of a fairy tale. See some inspiration here and make your trip to Romania memorable!

Agrotourism in Transylvania stay

2-days of Agro-Tourism in Transylvania at a Local Farm

Start from: Cobor or Brasov

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Traditional folk singers in Maramures

Romanian people and society is generally conservative and adheres to traditional values, especially older generations who grew up in the 45 years of Romanian communist regime .

Spending quality family time and having good relationships is important in our society. There are lots of destinations and facilities for this, which is why you should consider a holiday with the kids in Romania .

85% of the population is Christian Orthodox so major religious holidays like Easter or Romanian Christmas are celebrated through public holidays (when all tourist attractions are closed by the way).

Religion plays an important role in our society, especially in rural areas where people dress up and go to church every Sunday. There are lots of historic churches valuable for small communities where priests enjoy great influence. But beyond their religious function, Romanian churches are worth visiting because they are a unique place to discover authentic Romanian culture and folk traditions. Romanians, though being the majority of population in these parts, were historically persecuted (especially in Transylvania) for our faith, language and culture by foreign rulers. So churches were the only safe havens and community spaces Romanians had.

The region of Bukovina

5-Day Complete Tour of Traditional Maramures & Bucovina

But Millennials and younger generations are very liberal, open-minded, friendly, tech-savvy and influenced by Western lifestyle and values. Most, if not all, young people speak English, are very eager to help foreign visitors have a good time in Romania and will quickly teach you Romanian words to get around.

  • Pro tip: Romanians like to complain about politics, the economy and time in traffic, and love talking about sports, Romanian food and where to go when traveling to Romania – so pick any of these topics to start a conversation :)

Go on a brown bear watching tour in Transylvania

As a frequent traveler myself, I spend A LOT of time doing online research to see what are the most popular places to visit and interesting things to do in a new place. I compare tours, prices, check public transportation, read forums, travel blogs, Instagram - the usual!

But this becomes confusing and stressful when planning to visit Romania because of outdated, incomplete or vague info. There's no official travel portal or assistance from Romanian tourist authorities. Tour operators compete on prices on Viator and similar websites - not on value or authentic experiences.

That's why I started this website in 2017 and partnered with the best and friendliest people. We want you to have a great experience and a memorable holiday when you travel to Romania and here's our advice on how to do that:

  • first, read about the major tourist cities , best places to visit and things to do in Romania and make a list with "must see" and "nice to see"
  • second, look at the map of Romania to see where they're located and understand the logistics and limitations of getting around Romania and on Google Maps
  • third, decide the basics like how many days you have for your holiday, what's your budget and what are the best places to start or end your trip
  • fourth, beware that most tourists who travel to Romania underestimate how big the country is and want to do / visit too much in too little time! For example, if you want to visit a traditional region like Maramures or Bucovina where tourist sights are spread in the surrounding areas, you'll need 2-3 days on top of the time needed to get there by car; the same if you want to visit the Danube Delta which can be done only by boat!
  • finally, think about what kind of holiday do you want in Romania? to visit as much as you can and go from one place to another? to go hiking and see wildlife? to experience traditional village life through slow travel (the best way)? Romania has much to offer but because it's quite big and traveling is slow - you can't have it all!

Once you're clear on the above, here's how we can help you:

  • a a do-it-yourself holiday: book places to stay on your own, use public transportation to get around and book day trips from different cities (more time + energy + hassle for you, but cheaper and we can give you a disccount)
  • we prepare a fully guided private trip for you with as much as you want, within your budget, using our best guides, expertise and local connections (a couple of emails/calls with us, no stress for you, and an amazing value-for-money holiday)
  • if you need help deciding or making a plan - we know everything about tourism in Romania and are happy to help - just contact us

Important: because Romania is such an underrated and undiscovered tourist destination, tourist numbers are very low so 90% of tours in Romania are private except for city tours and a few day trips to the main attractions such as Bran Castle, Peles Castle, Sighisoara Citadel or Transfagarasan Road. All our hiking tours are private too because we don't combine people with different hiking experience and fitness level.

In 2024 we run 2 shared, small-group tours with fixed departures in the Summer so check them out:

Romania shared group tour

8-Day Exclusive Romanian Experience [Shared Group]

Romania is very popular thanks to Count Dracula touristy stories surrounding the famous Bran Castle known by its touristy name Dracula's Castle.

But there's so much more to do here other than visiting Bran Castle thanks to a fictional Hollywood character loosely connected to our history. Even though most tourists visit Romania looking for Dracula legends , once they're here, find out about the other main attractions and meet locals - surprise and wonder sets in!

The capital city Bucharest is a bustling city of contrasts. Though rough on the edges it is by far the most diverse and attractive for tourists. The main tourist cities of Brasov and Sibiu are famous for their Old Town with medieval architecture. But Cluj Napoca, Timisoara , Oradea or Iasi have their own stories to tell. But Romanian culture and spirit is best experienced when traveling in rural areas - perhaps on horse drawn carts . The ageing locals who preserved the traditional, authentic Romanian village life have done so by keeping a low profile, away from civilisation and busy "modern" life.

Day tour in Romanian mountain villages

Day Trip to Traditional Mountain Villages: Magura & Pestera

The charm of Transylvania that made the UK's King Charles fall in love with Romania and buy village houses here can't be experienced on a touristy day trip from the capital to Brasov and Dracula Castle.

  • `Local tip:`we created the first volunteer trip in Romania that combines tourist activities (hiking and wildlife watching) with hands-on environmental work at a typical rural farm, a tree nursery and for wildlife conservation. This will be a great experience for conscious travelers

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6-Day Volunteer Trip: Farm Life, Tree Nursery & Wildlife Conservation

You need to go deeper into rural areas with a tour guide who has the connections to show you around, meet locals, enjoy Romanian cuisine with home-grown food and experience their way of life firsthand. You need to slow down - which is rare in the fast-paced world of today - and a ride on horse-drawn carts will help with that :)

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Transylvania Tours and Trips

Sadly, time is passing for our elders. Many Romanian villages have been abandoned and lost their ways since younger generations moved to larger cities. And if you add Romania's underdeveloped tourism and public transport infrastructure in the mix, then you'll see why our honest and friendly recommendation for the best way to experience Romania is to hire a local guide. Here are 3 reasons why:

  • first, for a decent price you'll have less stress with planning and driving (not easy!), and you'll actually understand what you're visiting instead of just taking a picture! besides learning about our history and culture, our guides have connections to locals, lesser known places and sights you wouldn't be able to find on your own, especially in rural areas
  • second, since 2017 we at Romanian Friend personally built a network of 50+ guides and partners all over the country; our guides are licensed and specialised in certain travel types (culture, hiking, wildlife, etc.) or regions, and deliver exceptional services so you get great value-for-money when visiting Romania; we've welcomed over 10,000 travelers on our tours and are proud of our reviews
  • finally, we created tours that support responsible, inclusive and eco-friendly travel so if you travel to Romania and book with us, your visit will directly benefit local people and communities; this is our mission

Sibiu Countryside tour

Day Trip: Village Life in Sibiu Countryside

Start from: Sibiu

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Our guides will organise home-hosted meals for you

Final tip: if you visit Romania, spend some time to get to know locals. Romanians are very hospitable, thoughtful and warm people. They enjoy having guests and will treat you like family, feed you till you drop (literally!), bring out their best wine or tuica and generally go out of their way to make sure you have a great time. In our guide to Romanian cuisine we explain how so much of our culture and social life is connected to food, hospitality and enjoying meals together.

But so much hospitality and friendliness towards strangers might seem too much at first, or even make you feel uncomfortable. But this is just how Romanians are and an integral part of our culture: family, friends and community play a big role in Romanian life - even if Bram Stoker never mentioned this in his Dracula novel! If you have the chance, go to any Romanian festival and you'll see what I mean :)

Abandon any pre-conceptions about Romania and open your heart and mind while you're here, explore the country and meet locals. Let them show you what a beautiful country we have. Despite the uncertainties of travel, Romania will still surprise you, I'm sure of it. Why?

Because I've heard this so many times from our clients: Wow, I never thought Romania has so much to offer!

So that's it - I hope this will make it easy for you to travel to Romania and have a memorable holiday! I started Romanian Friend as a one-stop-shop to promote my country and its people, so you'll find everything you need on this website.

And if there's something missing, you have a question or need help with planning - just contact us - happy to help!

Your Romanian Friend (and founder)

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There are many 3-in-1, 2-in-1,1-in-1 travel cot options out there... 😳 but none that offers it all in the one bundle! & ya wanna know why? 'Cos it's blimin hard to do, & even harder to get it globally certified! But here at phil&teds®, we're always up for a challenge and we're gonna give you 4 modes to help adapt&survive® all ages&stages! Plus, you can use it ANYWHERE & ANYTIME, INDOOR & OUTDOOR, DAY & NIGHT. Escape the nursery jail & enjoy a beach day, a camping trip or a simple snooze in the garden, with total peace of mind, knowing legs feature small holes to peg it to the ground – smart thinking!

up close & personal with ya new bub With the included bassinet fabric and safety straps, you can adapt traveller™ into a safe snug-to-bed option! With state-of-the-art rotating legs mounted on hinged corners for the bassinet to fit securely right next to ya bed, this allows you to have ya bub within reach, & visible at all times. In line with the latest safety requirements; sleeping in close proximity strengthens the emotional bond between you & bub, while making those nighttime feeds quick & easy, so everyone can get back to sleep faster.

keepin' ya new bub close - day & night Using the same bassinet fabric (but without the straps!), traveller™ is a fantastic independent cot for your newborn as well! & 'cos traveller™ is soooooooo uber light & portable, you can move it around your house to keep ya bub close while you go about your day. The mattress has the recommended firmness to reduce the risk of SUDI/SIDS & will support your bubba with comfort as they grow, while the lightweight mesh fabric is perfect for all climates allowing for ventilation & airflow.

sleep time made easy As your toddler becomes more independent, nap time can become a lil tricky – particularly when you’re travelling! By using the travel cot fabric set, the floor level bed, mesh sides and contained space, will make your kiddo feel like every night is camp night! & cos it’s so incredibly light, portable and easy to assemble, you can take it on holiday with you, offering a familiar & safe space to get the rest they need, wherever they are. Whether in the garden, in the living room, or in your home office, our travel cot traveller™ takes care of ya kiddo, everywhere! Give it a go!

playtime, anytime When ya kiddo needs a contained place to play, somewhere to store their toys, OR you just wanna satisfy your tot’s desire to build forts 😎. our portable traveller™ is ready to entertain! With its unique zip side, your kiddo can go in&out as they please and let their imagination run wild! traveller™ is a playmate for years to come, and who knows? Your child might get exhausted playing & fall asleep on the spot #winwin. The zippered side panel gives parents easier access, so if you have back problems & as your child gets heavier, this feature will make a huge difference in the long run, IYKYK!

traveller™ is by far the LIGHTEST all-in-1 travel cot! The bassinet modes are just 4kg / 8.5lbs & if you only need the toddler bed, then it’s just 3.5kg / 7.5lbs – heck, that makes traveller™ as light as the baby!!! Designed by outdoor enthusiasts, around a camping tent idea – it's gotta assemble & pack down easily, and fit in the narrowest spaces, to make traveller the ultimate travel companion! The self-inflatable mattress requires no pumps (or your lungs!), is thermally insulated so the cold ground never wakes your kiddo up, & it sits at floor level, meaning there's no weight limit – oh helloooooo longevity!

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Customer Reviews

As a parent who travels constantly with their children, we are moving from place to place and value their healthy sleep. Using the Phil & Ted Traveller, we have found the versatility through all the ages of our baby has been absolutely great. From a newborn next to us in a hotel room, to a toddler with an ear infection where I could unzip the side and lay with her, the options make it parent/baby friendly. I also do love how light it is, easily fits in a suitcase or stroller bag, and so simple to set up.

Hi Anna, it's great to hear the 4-in-1 feature of the phil&teds traveller has helped you through all stages from newborn to toddler. We think event with all the added features it's still pretty neat and compact and perfect for travel. PTx

Terrible assembly instructions, mattress cover had hole in stitching, only used it the first night so will reserve judgement on it overall for a bit yet

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Best travel cot mattress 2024: our pick of the comfiest mattresses to fit every travel cot

Heading away this summer or planning a sleepover at the grandparents' house? If you want to make sure your child is safe and comfortable at bedtime, check out our round up of the best travel cot mattresses to ensure your child - and you - get a good night’s sleep.

By Gemma Wilcock | Last updated Jun 20, 2024

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We all know that getting sleep is important for everyone so when it’s time to leave the comforts of your home, you’ll want to make sure your child has everything they need to get a good night’s rest. That means making sure they’re safe and comfortable at bedtime. A travel cot is an essential item for babies if you’re planning to head away for the weekend or packing them off to the grandparent’s house, and a fitted travel cot mattress can help make it more comfortable for them to sleep.

Travel cots come in different shapes and sizes and provide a safe space for babies and toddlers to sleep, play and rest. Travel cot mattresses add that extra bit of comfort, with foldable and lightweight designs to make them easy to transport. You can now get them in a range of different sizes to fit different cots - just make sure the mattress fits securely with no gaps around the edges.

Best travel cot mattress UK 2024: editor's pick

Hauck Bed Me Mattress for Travel Cots

George at ASDA Extra Thick Travel Cot Mattress

Mother Nurture Premium Foam Foldable Travel Cot Mattress

How we chose our recommendations, recommendations from real parents.

Whenever we start our research we head straight to our forums first. With more than 8 million Mumsnet users each month, we know that we’re going to get a host of honest, impartial advice from parents to help us find the best products on the market.

Expert guidance

Then, to help us whittle down our list of recommendations, we research each product thoroughly to ensure it follows the latest expert advice and stands up to scrutiny. To find the best bed travel cot mattress we consulted the likes of the Lullaby Trust and Which for advice.

Consumer feedback

Then we want to know what users of the product think, so we check websites like Amazon and John Lewis to read consumer reviews, both positive and negative, to help us find out if the products are up to scratch.

Celebrated best products

Finally, we check to see which products have won industry awards and received recognition from trusted sources. This helps us come up with a final list of the best products to recommend to you.

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Hauck Bed Me Mattress, Sheet and Protector

Foldable for easy transportation

Available in three colours

Machine washable

Not a thick mattress

Price on writing: £20 | Material: Polyester | Size: 120 x 60 x 3 cm | Weight: 350g | Machine washable: Yes

Although it is not as thick as others on the market, the Hauck Travel Cot Mattress comes highly recommended. It is a soft, quilted sheet that can fit over the cot mattress to make it more comfortable for your baby or toddler to sleep on. It comes in a size 120 x 60cm which fits travel cots by brands such as Hauck and BabyDan. With a soft polyester cover and mesh bottom, it’s lightweight and foldable making it easily portable when travelling away from home.

The quilting makes it soft and comfortable too, and it’s also breathable and moisture regulating to make sure your baby gets a safe and cosy night’s sleep when away from their usual cot. Machine washable, it can be easily cleaned if your child has any night-time accidents. It’s also available in the size 80 x 50 cm, which is suitable for smaller baby cots , cribs , and travel beds .

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George Extra Thick Travel Cot Mattress

Machine washable cover

Thick and comfortable

Not foldable

Price on writing: £25 | Material: Plain polypropylene , nursery grade foam | Size: 65 x 95 x 7.5 cm | Weight: Not stated | Machine washable: Yes

Measuring 7.5cm thick, the George Extra Thick Travel Cot Mattress is double the size of Hauck’s offering, providing a comfortable place for your child to sleep at night and during the day to help them stay in their routine. Hypoallergenic and with a water-resistant cover that can be machine washed, it is a safe space for your child to rest and play.

Made from nursery foam the mattress promotes good air movement and conforms to British Standards. Users say it is lightweight but it can’t be folded so isn’t as easily portable as other models on our list. The mattress thickness makes up for it though and at £25 it’s great value. The mattress fits the likes of the Red Kite Travel Cot.

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Moisture wicking and breathable material

Foldable and comes with a bag for easy portability

Some users say it can move around at night

Quite pricey

Price on writing: £39 | Material: Foam | Size: 95 x 65 x 2.5 cm | Weight: 870g | Machine washable: Yes

Lightweight and foldable with a handy bag for easy transportation, the Mother Nurture Premium Foam Foldable Travel Cot Mattress makes travel with a little one that bit easier. A soft yet firm mattress, it is hypoallergenic and made from nursery grade foam to promote safe sleep at night and during the day.

It’s been tested to British Standards and has been designed to help regulate your baby or toddler’s temperature. You can use it as a playmat too whether you’re at home or away so thankfully it is easy to keep clean, with a machine washable cover. It’s worth noting that some users said they found the mattress moved around at night. 

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BabyDan Extra Thick Foldable Travel Mattress

Foldable and compact

Handy carry bag for travel 

Material can be a bit noisy to sleep on

Hand wash only

Pride on writing: £40 | Material: Polyester and foam | Size: 120 x 60 x 4.5cm | Weight: 800g | Machine washable: Wipe-clean

The BabyDan Extra Thick Foldable Travel Cot Mattress measures almost 5cm thick for providing extra comfort while still offering great functionality as a travel option. The mattress folds down compactly and fits into a carry bag for transporting easily - very important when you already have a car boot full of things to pack for young children. 

The mattress complies with British safety standards. Unlike other designs on our list, it cannot be machine washed but does have a wipe-clean surface so you can keep it hygienic for your child to rest on. Designed to fit larger cots (60 x 120cm) such as Hauck Dream and Play Travel Cot . Users say the cover can be a bit noisy to sleep on but adding a fitted sheet can help with this.

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Cuggl Travel Cot Mattress

Water resistant and safe for young babies

Machine washable 

Some users say it feels quite thin

Doesn’t fold

Price on writing: £25 | Material: Polyester and polypropylene | Size: 95 x 65cm | Weight: Not known | Machine washable : Yes

If you’re concerned about nighttime accidents happening while you’re away from home, the Cuggl Foam Travel Cot Mattress can be easily cleaned up. The mattress is water-resistant and the cover can be taken off to machine wash so you know it’s getting a good wash before you need to use it again.

The Cuggl mattress is breathable, soft and hypoallergenic and is filled with baby-safe foam, which means it’s free from harmful chemicals and kind to young children’s skin. It doesn’t fold so is a bulkier option than the mattresses that do and, while it’s 5cm thick, similar to the BabyDan travel cot mattress, some users claim it feels quite thin. However, at £25 and with a lot of great functionality, we think it’s good value. 

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Travelmat - Travel Cot Mattress

Filled with organic lambswool 

Rolls up for easy transportation

Can be customised to fit your cot size

Dry clean only

Price on writing: £90 | Material: Organic lambswool, cotton | Size: 765 x 120 x 1/2cm | Weight: Not stated | Machine washable: No

Made with organic lambswool and finished with a soft quilted fabric, the Travelmat is definitely  the luxury option on our list. Handmade using sustainable materials, it has been designed to be comfortable, safe and versatile so you can use it as a playmat during the day and travel cot mattress when you’re away from home.

The cover is made from pure cotton so it’s soft, breathable and non-toxic, making it safe for young children. It’s also treated with natural ingredients to protect against bed bugs, dust mites, mosquitoes and moths to help children with allergies. When not in use, it rolls up and fits into a cotton duffle bag so it is super portable too. You can even customise it to fit the size of your travel cot. This does come at a price though, costing at least twice the price of most mattresses on our list, but you’re paying for comfort and quality with this one.

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SPRINGSPIRIT Trifold Travel Cot Mattress

Non-slip design

Foldable with a handy carry bag

Heavier than others on the list

Price on writing: £38 | Material: Foam | Size: 95 x 65 x 5cm | Weight: 1.53kg | Machine washable : Yes

Another great option for easy travel and storage, the SPRINGSPIRIT Trifold Travel Cot Mattress folds compactly and fits into a carry bag so you can transport it easily when you’re travelling or store it away at home when not in use. We like the jacquard cover which adds a bit of style to the cot as well as being functional, as it’s waterproof and can be removed and machine washed to keep it clean.

Made from foam, the mattress is firm for young babies, with a non-slip back designed to keep it in place when they are sleeping - especially important for wriggly babies and toddlers. It has been designed to promote airflow and reduce body heat and fits travel cots sized 95 x 65cm. You do need to take it out of the vacuum pack when you first get it and allow the mattress to recover its shape. 

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Can you add a mattress to a travel cot?

Travel cots already come with a mattress but they can be quite thin and flimsy. While some children can sleep fine on them, a mattress can help make it more cosy. Mattresses come in different sizes to fit travel cots so make sure it fits yours correctly so it’s safe and comfortable for your baby to rest in.

Do bear in mind that by adding a new mattress to the travel cot, you could reduce the height between the top of the mattress and the edge of the cot, making it easier for toddlers to escape. The distance should be at least 50cm.

What size mattress fits a travel cot?

Travel cots come in a range of sizes. Most are 95 x 65cm, but you can get bigger designs which are around 120 x 60cm. It’s important to check the size of your travel cot before purchasing a mattress. 

What to look for in a travel cot mattress?

While most mattresses come in standard sizes, there are many options available, so before buying a mattress for your travel cot, measure the inside length and width of your travel cot. The mattress should be a snug fit and leave no gaps around the sides to keep it safe for your child to sleep in. 

You tend to choose from mattresses made from foam or spring, but there are other options available including organic materials like lambswool. Look out for waterproof, wipe-clean or machine washable covers to help keep the mattress clean and hygienic for your baby or toddler.


As you will be packing the mattress to go away, you’ll want one that is lightweight and portable. Check the weight as you’ll be carrying it around a lot when travelling. Mattresses that can be folded will help make it even easier to transport, but make sure the material is durable as it may develop weak areas from the constant folding.

While most parents will use the mattress for short times when away from home, it is still essential that it provides a safe sleeping space for your baby. Choose a mattress that is firm, flat, breathable and has a waterproof cover, especially important for young babies to prevent suffocation and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Check that the mattress complies with British Safety Standards BS 1877-10:2011+A1:2012.

What is the best travel cot mattress?

The Hauck Travel Cot mattress is a soft, quilted sheet that can fit over the cot mattress to make it more comfortable for your baby or toddler. Soft, lightweight and foldable, it’s easily portable when travelling away from home, as well as safe and easy to clean for young babies to get a restful night's sleep. It comes in smaller sizes too.

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Baby Cots: Which Are The Best?

Your little ones are the most important thing in the world, so you want the best for them, but that old cot you inherited from your parents is quite outdated. It may be a family heirloom, but let’s take a look at which cots are worth your time in the 21st century.

When looking at cribs and cots, a few things are taking into account. Most notably, durability, price, and practicality. These types of cribs and cots have been put to the test by moms on Facebook all over the world. Let’s see which of them are thought to be the best.

Convertible Crib

One of the most versatile cots we could find was a convertible crib. This crib can grow with your baby and even be sized up so mom or dad can lie with their baby during the day. However, it does have drawbacks. Most notably, it is on the pricier side, and some of the components can be loose at times.

Travel Crib

Travel cribs provide a solution for parents that have an active lifestyle or love spending time out and about with their newborn. Whether you’re just tired of confining your newborn to the stroller or just want to insure that wherever you go, your baby has a safe space, this is the crib for you. The biggest drawback for this crib is its durability.

5-in-1 Crib With Storage

This kind of crib is the most versatile one by far. Not only does it look comfortable and secure for your newborn, but it also has a built-in changing table that can be folded out in seconds! To make things even more convenient, there’s a storage space for diapers, or anything else you’d need on-hand for your baby. The only problem this crib has is how large it is. This one needs a spacious room to occupy!

3-in-1 Minimalist Crib

Most of the cribs we’ve shown off have been over-the-top in one way or another, but what if you would prefer a minimalist chic that is unassuming in nature while still providing a lot of utility for you and your child? A 3-in-1 minimalist crib would be perfect for anyone who doesn’t want too many bells and whistles. The only drawback is that the price tag on these cribs usually isn’t much cheaper than the others and you can normally find the other cribs for only slightly more.


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  1. Travel cot question

    Hey ladies, so I purchased a travel cot for the grandparents house from Lidl. I was wondering about mattresses and I have seen a spring one available in the dimensions of insert. Is this ok or do I need something else for travel mattress? I am purchasing our cot and mattress from mama and papa website...

  2. Travel cot for baby

    We are finding it tough to find a place to stay with a travel cot for our baby in Sighisoara. Does anyone know if there is somewhere we could hire one from??

  3. 2024 Travel Guide for First Time Visitors in Romania

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  4. Best travel cots: tried and tested

    Best travel cots 2024: tried and tested by real parents Whether used at home, at the grandparents' or as a playpen, a travel cot can be a familiar place for your baby to sleep, wherever they are. After rigorous research and testing, we reveal the best travel cots to buy in 2024.

  5. Mothercare Grey Travel Cot

    The Mothercare travel cot offers the ideal sleeping solution for your baby when you're away from home or staying with relatives. It is suitable from birth and can be used until your little one can stand unaided.With a travel cot mattress included, our travel cot features four mesh sides which provides great ventilation and allows you to keep an ...

  6. traveller™ travel crib

    traveller. (2021+) travel crib. A world's first in the sleep world; traveller™ ain't just a one trick pony, 'cos it offers a completely new & unique 4-in-1 solution from newborn right up to toddler years - for use at home or away, indoors or outdoors; for sleep or play, every day! This amazing 4-in-1 portacot can be used as a ...


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  8. hauck Travel cot sets, bedside cots and playpens

    Show product. Travel Bed Mattress Cover. Floral Beige. Show product. Show more (13) Whether at home or on the go, with a small, foldable and easily portable cot you are always flexible. And your child sleeps comfortably.

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  11. Best travel cot mattress UK 2024

    Discover the best travel cot mattress to help your child sleep well in their travel cot. Here's our selection of the best travel cot mattresses UK 2024.

  12. Baby Cots: Which Are The Best?

    Your little ones are the most important thing in the world, so you want the best for them, but that old cot you inherited from your parents is quite outdated. It may be a family heirloom, but let's take a look at which cots are worth your time in the 21st century. When looking at […]

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  16. Hauck Dream N Play Travel Cot, Grey, Fast Folding & Compact

    I bought this to take away with me and my daughter only ever has slept with me so was a total waste of time. It sat redundant so now finally getting around to clearing out and selling It is immaculate condition and is basically brand new. I believe there is also a cover for this and will take a look to see if I can locate it !

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  18. TUI TravelCenter

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