Rents in Romania compared to Europe

This is a comparison of median monthly rental prices in the most expensive region of the capital/most important city for a 1-bedroom apartment. The numbers are based on our in-house research.

Switzerland, Zurich € 2,623
Iceland € 1,884
Denmark, Copenhagen € 1,875
Italy, Milan € 1,850
France, Paris € 1,850
Luxembourg € 1,800
Netherlands, Amsterdam € 1,800
Germany, Berlin € 1,700
Ireland, Dublin € 1,570
Sweden, Stockholm € 1,540
Spain, Madrid € 1,500
Portugal, Lisbon € 1,500
Finland, Helsinki € 1,340
Czech Republic, Prague € 1,260
Belgium, Brussels € 1,100
Austria, Vienna € 1,090
Poland, Warsaw € 1,010
Greece, Athens € 950
Malta, Valletta € 900
Norway, Oslo € 895
Slovakia, Bratislava € 800
Lithuania, Vilnius € 800
Slovenia, Ljubljana € 775
Turkey, Istanbul € 750
Hungary, Budapest € 675
Estonia, Tallinn € 650
Cyprus, Nicosia € 600
Romania, Bucharest € 600
Croatia, Zagreb € 550
Bulgaria, Sofia € 500
Latvia, Riga € 500
Montenegro, Podgorica € 350
Macedonia, Skopje € 280

Romania does not publish official house price statistics. Imobiliare Romania publishes monthly average selling prices of apartments. Colliers International's annual Real Estate Review has prices of exclusive, middle and lower classes of apartments. General economics statistics are from the National Institute of Statistics and the National Bank of Romania.