List of twin towns and sister cities in Romania

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This is a list of municipalities in Romania which have standing links to local communities in other countries known as "town twinning" (usually in Europe) or "sister cities" (usually in the rest of the world).

Contents

A

Aiud [1]

Alba Iulia [2]

Aleșd [3]

Alexandria [4]

Arad [5]

B

Bacău [6] [7]

Baia Mare [8] [9]

Bălan [10]

Bălăușeri [11]

Baraolt [12]

Bârlad [13] [14]

Beiuș [15] [16]

Bistrița [17]

Blaj [7]

Bocșa [18]

Boldești-Scăeni [19]

Borșa [20]

Botiza [21]

Botoșani [22]

Brădești [23]

Bradu [24]

Brăila [25]

Brașov [26] [27]

Brețcu [28]

Brezoi [29]

Bucharest [30]

Buzău [31]

C

Calafat [32]

Călărași [33]

Câmpia Turzii [34]

Câmpulung [35] [36]

Câmpulung Moldovenesc [37] [38]

Caracal [39]

Carei [40]

Cârța [41]

Cernavodă [42]

Ciceu [43] [44]

Cisnădie [45]

Ciumani [46]

Cluj-Napoca [47]

Comarnic [48]

Constanța [49]

Covasna [50]

Craiova [51]

Cristuru Secuiesc [52]

Cugir [53]

Curtea de Argeș [54]

D

Dăbuleni [55]

Dej [56]

Deva [57]

Diosig [58]

Dorohoi [59]

Drobeta-Turnu Severin [60]

Dumbrăvița [61]

F

Focșani [62]

G

Galați [63]

Gănești [64]

Gheorgheni [65]

Gherla [66] [67]

Giurgiu [68]

H

Hodod [69]

Horezu [70] [71]

Huedin [72]

Hunedoara [73]

I

Iași [74] [75]

Ibănești is a member of the Charter of European Rural Communities, a town twinning association across the European Union, alongside with: [76]

Iernut [77]

Iratoșu [78]

J

Jimbolia [79]

L

Lipova [80]

Lugoj [81]

Lupeni [82]

M

Măcin [83]

Maieru [84]

Mangalia [85]

Marghita [86]

Marginea [87]

Mediaș [88]

Miercurea Ciuc [89]

Miercurea Nirajului [90] [91]

Mioveni [92]

Moreni [93]

N

Nădlac [94]

Năsăud [95]

Năvodari [96]

Negrești-Oaș [97]

O

Odorheiu Secuiesc [98]

Onești [99]

Oradea [100]

Orăștie [101]

Ovidiu [102]

Ozun [103]

P

Pantelimon [104]

Pașcani [105] [106]

Pecica [107]

Petroșani [108]

Piatra Neamț [109]

Pitești [110]

Ploiești [111]

Plopeni [112]

Popești-Leordeni [113]

Praid [114]

Pucioasa [115]

R

Râmnicu Vâlcea [116] [117] [118]

Reghin [119]

Reșița [120]

Roman [121]

Roșiorii de Vede [122]

Rovinari [123]

S

Săcele [124]

Salonta [125]

Sângeorgiu de Pădure [126]

Sânnicolau Mare [127]

Satu Mare [128]

Sebeș [129]

Seini [130]

Sfântu Gheorghe [131]

Sibiu [132]

Sighetu Marmației [133]

Sighișoara [134]

Șimleu Silvaniei [135] [136] [137] [138]

Sinaia [139] [140]

Siret is a member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of towns across the European Union. [141] Siret also has several other twin towns. [142]

Douzelage

Other

Slănic [143]

Slatina [144]

Slobozia [145] [146] [147]

Snagov [148]

Sovata [149]

Suceava [150] [151]

T

Târgoviște [152]

Târgu Jiu [153]

Târgu Mureș [154]

Târgu Neamț [155]

Târgu Secuiesc [156]

Târnăveni [157]

Tăuții-Măgherăuș [158]

Timișoara [159]

Toplița [160]

Tulcea [161]

Turda [162]

U

Uivar [163]

Ungheni [164]

V

Vaslui [165]

Vatra Dornei [166]

Vetiș [167]

Vicovu de Sus [168]

Vișeu de Sus [169]

Vlăhița [170]

Z

Zalău [171]

Zărnești [172]

Zetea [173]

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