Due to its location and the fact that it is serviced by a variety of transportation kinds and businesses, Romania is accessible from almost every corner of the globe.
Romania is dedicated to adopting the Schengen Agreement, despite the fact that it has yet to do so. An officially authorized ID card (or a passport) is sufficient for admission for citizens of the European Union (EU) or European Free Trade Area (EFTA) (i.e. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland). Other nationalities will almost always need a passport to enter.
Travel to/from any other nation (Schengen or non-Schengen) from/to Romania will (for the time being) be subject to standard immigration inspections, but customs checks will be waived when traveling to/from another EU country.
Consult your travel agency or the Romanian embassy or consulate in your area.
For the duration of their 90-day visa-free stay, citizens of Canada, Japan, and the United States are allowed to work in Romania without the requirement for a visa or any other authorization. However, this capacity to work without a visa does not always apply to other nations.
If you need to get a visa from someplace other than your home country, try somewhere other than Budapest, where it may take 3 to 4 days. Because Ljubljana is not as crowded, the procedure may occasionally be completed in a single day.