Accommodation in Brasov


If you are wondering how to find accommodation in a developed city like Brasov, here are some tips to guide you.

Brasov, which is one of the major Romanian cities, is located in the heart of the country. It is a very developed and diverse region, including several places of interest that attract tourists in large numbers. Note that its population, to date, consists of some 400,000 inhabitants, including many foreigners, particularly Hungarian and German nationals.

As regards culture, Brasov is deemed to be a melting pot, being affiliated to several European associations such as Les Rencontres which consists of many European cultural cities and regions, as well as the European Cultural Cities Alliance. Brasov also provides opportunities for professionals, thanks to its dynamic economy, as well as accommodation for all tastes and budgets. Therefore, you should not have much trouble in finding accommodation if you are planning to settle there.


Brasov is divided into 15 neighborhoods, each consisting of narrow roads and small houses, as well as ancient buildings which are now tourist attraction sites. The Castelul Bran, the Black Church, as well as Romania's first schools, are some of these.

You will also find many parks and natural reserves in Brasov, namely the Nicolae Titulescu Park, the European Council Park, the Roses Park and the Tractor Park. In Noua, you will find a zoological garden. Finally, the Poiana Brasov Ski Park is only some kilometers away from the city. Hence, you are likely to find tourists, as well as expatriates, almost anywhere in the city.

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Brasov hosts a developed road network, including a night electrical lighting system, traffic lights at all intersections and a snow and ice elimination system for winter. The public transport network, for its part, consists of 46 bus and trolleybus lines. Finally, you can find not less than seven taxi companies around the city. Rates generally start at a little bit more than a Romanian Leu per kilometer.

Rent prices

As the city is highly developed and very popular with tourists, rent prices can be quite high compared to other Romanian cities. In fact, you will need some 1,000 lei to rent a studio in the city center against some 814 lei for same in other neighborhoods. As regards a three-bedroom apartment, it can cost around 1,875 lei in the city center and around 1,500 lei in the outskirts.

Find accommodation

You can also start your accommodation search on the Internet. Indeed, you can browse several general and specialized housing websites, as well as other virtual platforms, so as to have an idea regarding the types of accommodation that are available in Brasov and on rent prices.

However, if you are traveling there for the first time, it is recommended that you register with a real estate agency, which will not only advise you and help you find accommodation more rapidly, but also assist you with lease procedures. Note that you are required to pay agency fees which are generally equal to a month's rent.

You can also check out classified ads in local newspapers, which is still a widespread practice in the country. But beware! Some adverts are posted by real estate agencies rather than owners.

 Useful links: – Housing in Brasov 
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2 years ago

This article is a little out of date. it is no longer possible to find a 3 bedroom house for 400e in the city. But the prices in Brasov are not generally higher than other cities. More than towns perhaps, but cities, it remains one of the lowest priced compared to Cluj, Constanta, Bucharest, Sibiu, Iasi, Ploiesti etc.


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