Romania borders the Black Sea and the countries Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Ukraine and Moldovia. The largest part of Romania has a temperate continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The coastal regions have a maritime climate. The winters in these regions are slightly milder. Romania offers plenty of unspoilt nature and a great diversity of landscapes. The country features fabulous beaches on the Black Sea, rugged mountain scenery in the Carpathians and vast wetlands in the east. Romania is home to the largest populations of wolves, lynxes and bears in Europe. The capital of Bucharest is rather different from the rest of the country. This elegant city – in the interwar period also referred to as ‘Little Paris’ – houses many historic buildings. The city has known rough times, but managed to retain much of its elegance and appeal. Regardless of your holiday plans for Romania, please be aware diseases to which you are not resistant. Our skilled KLM Health Services nurses gladly tell you what vaccinations you require for Romania and provide advice on what else you can do to reduce health risks. Click here to make an appointment with one of our nurses.
Romania vaccinations: the most common risks
In Romania, you run the risk of catching diseases to which you might not be resistant. Vaccines can protect you against these. Please find below a list of the most common health risks and diseases in Romania and read which specific vaccinations you require.