List of postal codes in Romania


List of postal codes in Romania

Postal codes were first introduced in Romania in 1974. Beginning with 1 May 2003, postal codes have six digits, and represent addresses to street level in major cities (those with population over 50,000).

The first digit represents the postal region, and the second the county in the postal region. Together, the first two digits identify a county.

The rest of the digits follow this convention:
* 0xxx to 4xxx for larger cities, including the sectors of Bucharest (a postal code identifies a street address or small group of addresses)
* 5xxx to 6xxx for smaller cities (a single postal code, ending in '00', is allocated to an entire city)
* 7xxx for villages. A postal code is allocated to each village. A village that is the head of a commune has a postal code ending in 0 or 5.

List of codes

* 01xxxx - Bucharest Sector 1
* 02xxxx - Bucharest Sector 2
* 03xxxx - Bucharest Sector 3
* 04xxxx - Bucharest Sector 4
* 05xxxx - Bucharest Sector 5
* 06xxxx - Bucharest Sector 6
* 07xxxx - Ilfov County
* 08xxxx - Giurgiu County
* 10xxxx - Prahova County
* 11xxxx - Argeş County
* 12xxxx - Buzău County
* 13xxxx - Dâmboviţa County
* 14xxxx - Teleorman County
* 20xxxx - Dolj County
* 21xxxx - Gorj County
* 22xxxx - Mehedinţi County
* 23xxxx - Olt County
* 24xxxx - Vâlcea County
* 30xxxx - Timiş County
* 31xxxx - Arad County
* 32xxxx - Caraş-Severin County
* 33xxxx - Hunedoara County
* 40xxxx - Cluj County
* 41xxxx - Bihor County
* 42xxxx - Bistriţa-Năsăud County
* 43xxxx - Maramureş County
* 44xxxx - Satu Mare County
* 45xxxx - Sălaj County
* 50xxxx - Braşov County
* 51xxxx - Alba County
* 52xxxx - Covasna County
* 53xxxx - Harghita County
* 54xxxx - Mureş County
* 55xxxx - Sibiu County
* 60xxxx - Bacău County
* 61xxxx - Neamţ County
* 62xxxx - Vrancea County
* 70xxxx - Iaşi County
* 71xxxx - Botoşani County
* 72xxxx - Suceava County
* 73xxxx - Vaslui County
* 80xxxx - Galaţi County
* 81xxxx - Brăila County
* 82xxxx - Tulcea County
* 90xxxx - Constanţa County
* 91xxxx - Călăraşi County
* 92xxxx - Ialomiţa County

External links

* [http://www.cod-postal.com/ Cod-Postal.com] Easy search form for Romanian postal codes
* [http://www.posta-romana.ro Romanian Post Company official site] (you can find the postal codes there)


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