Paperwork - ID - Passport - Visa - Driving license Romania is a member country of EU You can enter the country with ID card if you are a European citizen
No need to issue visa if you are a European citizen You will need your vehicle ownership document. You don’t need to have an international driving licence when traveling to Romania, as long as your licence is valid and has a photograph. Currency: Romanian Lei Fuel. Super 95 (Unleaded), Premium 98, Diesel, LPG There are fuel
[EN] My week started from the city of Cluj. I stayed at "The spot" cozy hostel where a big surprise was waiting for me. Tudor, the owner of the hostel, owns a Honda Transalp 700. We decided to go out for a ride in the surroundings of Cluj. We visited the haunted forest of Hoia, about which a lot of stories of terror are being said. Unfortunately due to a lot of rain the previous days we couldn't ride through it. [GR] Η εβδομάδα άρχισε από τη πόλη Κλουζ. Έμεινα στο "The Spot"
[EN] Starting from Sibiu I followed the famous route of Transalpina, despite the fact that I knew the actual pass will be closed. The route was perfect with nice curves and a beautiful view. AT some parts the road was bad due to rock-sliding but nothing unmanageable. During the most part of the route it started raining but I enjoyed it, since the road was in perfect condition and the mountains were full of green tall trees. [GR] Ξεκινώντας από Σιμπίου αποφάσισα να ακολουθήσω
[EN] I found my self in rainy Brasov where I had to stay for one week after I decided it was time to change the chain and sprockets. I had to order the parts from a local shop because they didn't have it in stock. [GR] Έπρεπε να μείνω στο βροχερό Μπρασόβ για μια εβδομάδα αφού αποφάσισα ότι ήταν καιρός να αλλαχτεί η κατεστραμμένη αλυσίδα και τα γρανάζια της μηχανής. Έπρεπε να παραγγείλω τα εξαρτήματα και να περιμένω για να φτάσουν. [EN] Brasov was great though, this was my big
[ΕΝ] It's already been twenty eight days and one more border crossing took place. From Ruse, Bulgaria, I passed over Danube to Romania. I've been told to anticipate great things while visiting Romania, so I couldn't wait to explore them! First stop was Bucharest. Sixty two kilometers from the border to the capital. There was nothing interesting in the way there, except for the difference in the architecture of the churches. They had pointy roofs which gave them a different an