A: Watch out for pickpockets in public transport and squares, queues, jam-packed spaces. Avoid giving money to beggars and keep calm when some of them become insistent or verbally aggressive. Do not pet stray dogs. Careful when crossing the street, although 50km/h or even 30km/h is the legal speed limit in cities, few drivers respect the law. Traffic jams in big cities centers or on route to major touristic objectives (like Sinaia, Peles) are common. Dangerous driving behavior in traffic is also unpleasantly common since everybody with a Romanian driving license thinks he’s Schumacher. Travel insurance is not compulsory, but a decent one that covers medical expense, theft or loss is a good idea.