If you chose our travel packages based on our promise that Romania is a beautiful, yet affordable destination, here you can find more details about the prices in Romania.
We have tried to add prices for beverages, food, cabs, clubs and other useful information. In case you do not find a category that interests you, let us know and we will get back to you soon.
Prices in Romania explained in the local currency, RON and in DKK:
- In Timisoara 2.19lei/km – 3.60375DKK
- In Cluj 1.79lei/km – 2.94553DKK
- In Bucharest 1.39lei/km – 2.28731DKK
Prices are usually lower in smaller towns and a little higher during the night.
Public transport is cheap in Romania. In Timisoara, Cluj and Bucharest, a one travel ticket costs around 2 lei/3.29110DKK.
You can also opt for buying a one day subscription, a convenient option if you plan on travelling more and visiting more destinations.
If you are going to eat at a restaurant in Romania and choose a good yet simple one (not included in the fine dining category) it can cost you between 20 and 40 lei (beverage included). That is between 32.9110DKK and 65.8220DKK.
During week days, in most cities in Romania you can find Meniul Zilei. This is a system most restaurant use between 12 PM and 16 PM to offer affordable prices for lunch for locals and tourists. The menu usually consists of 2 traditional courses and a beverage and it changes daily – so it is always fresh.
If you are travelling on a budget, in Romania you will find plenty cheap food options. A burger of a falafel course will cost you between 8lei/13.1644DKK and 18 lei/29.6199DKK.
Nightlife and bars
Clubbing is a popular activity for young people in Romania. Unlike other European countries, in Romania you do not pay an entrance fee to enter most clubs and also, they are open until morning with no special schedule for serving alcohol.
In the club, a beer will cost you around 8 lei/13.1644DKK and a cocktail around 15 lei/24.6832DKK.
These prices are specific to most clubs, but there are also more expensive options and more exclusive clubs who require an entrance fee.
Beverage prices are similar and sometimes lower in bars and pubs. For example, coffee and tea usually cost 5 lei/8.22774DKK.
You can see there is a significant difference between these prices and the prices in Denmark, Norway or Sweden.
Starbucks, H&M, KFC, Lidl, Ikea – in Romania you will find many European brands.
The prices in these shops are similar to the ones in Western Europe, yet you can also find the local, more inexpensive options.0