Useful information’s

Local Money
Local currency is „leu” (RON).
ATMs are at the airport, at the Campus and in the city.

It is possible to pay with credit card in most places in Romania.

Local Weather
Romania has a temperate continental climate of transition, specific to Central Europe, with four distinct seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter. Local climatic differences are due more to altitude and latitude, and much less to oceanic influences from the Mediterranean, southwestern and continental eastern.

In September in Bucharest, the climate is quite dry (with 46mm of rain over 3 days). On average, the maximum temperature of the season is 27°C.and the minimum recorded temperature is 19°C (there was a maximum record of 39°C in 2015 and a minimum of 8°C in 2013).
On average, in September the days last 12:31 hours; the sun rises at 05:55 and sets at 18:26.
Recommended light clothing.
In Brasov, the climate is comfortable in September. The weather in September is rather dry (with 72mm of rain over 4 days).
The  average maximum temperature of the season is 20° C. In the morning the  average temperature drops to 13°C. However, absolute values were recorded with a maximum record of 31°C in 2015 and a minimum record of 1°C in 2018. You can expect to have about 21 days with temperatures down to 18°C.

Electric Power
Romania has a 220-volt AC, 50Hz electrical current and uses two-pin continental plugs.

Safety tips
Romania ranks among the safest countries in the world. Nonetheless, Police provide some tips. For instance, when using public transport, keep your handbag in front of you and use the front pockets of your clothes. Also, when withdrawing money from a cash point, be careful nobody is watching. Finally, the police recommend, always keeping an eye on your personal belongings even when checking in at hotels.