Postcode (Romania)

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The Romanian postcodes have six digits.


Postcode 2 areas of Romania (regions formed by the first two digits of the postcode)

There are no separators or subscriptions. The first two digits are each assigned to a circle (rum. Județ ). The first digit differentiates the ten postal regions. The second digit can have a value between 0 and 5. The Bucharest postal region is excluded from this . Here the six sectors of the capital are differentiated (01 to 06). In addition, the Ilfov and Giurgiu districts are looked after by the Bucharest Post, which is why the postcodes here begin with 07 and 08 respectively. The exact postcode depends on the street.


Postcodes were introduced in Romania in 1974. They were four digits back then. On May 1, 2003, the system was completely changed and the six-digit postcodes introduced.


Web links

Commons : Philatelic and postal maps of Romania  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. La ce folosesc codurile poștale , Adevărul November 19, 2017
  2. La ce folosesc codurile poștale , Adevărul November 19, 2017