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Romania's weather depends on a continental climate inland, with a fairly large temperature range between summer and winter. In the Bucharest plain and on the Black Sea coast, the climate is more temperate, but it can sometimes be very hot in summer. Temperatures in Romania vary greatly according to the seasons and regions. In August, Bucharest reaches 30°C, while in winter, the mercury drops below 0°C
The Romanian currency is the leu (lei in the plural), which means "lion". Romania is a destination that suits all budgets. By using trains, buses or maxitaxi, by staying in basic hotels, with locals or boarding houses, you will find that the country is cheap. For food, whether in restaurants or shops, prices are very low. But you can also, of course, rent a car and stay in 4 or 5-star hotels.
Romania is a member of the European Union, but not of the Schengen area. To travel there for less than 90 days, an EU/Schengen citizen must present a valid passport or national identity card. No visa is required for Romania, however. For a stay of more than 90 days, unless you leave the territory to re-enter it immediately, you must apply for an extension of your residence rights.
Upon entry into Romania, no vaccination is required. Health conditions are not perfect, but there is no reason for a tourist to be affected by a sudden illness. That said, there are very good hospitals in Bucharest and the major cities, but it is obviously preferable to provide repatriation insurance before your departure. If you are undergoing special treatment, be sure to take medication in advance, as Romanian pharmacies in remote towns and villages often have only basic products. If water is drinkable in Romania, this is not true for all regions. Ask about drinking tap water.