Even when you are not yet fluent in Romanian, it is worth reading Romanian newspapers. Immersive reading gives you a glimpse into the Romanian culture. Although the number of newspapers in Romania has decreased in recent years, there are still a number of them active on the web. Many have free to read sites but with advertisments.
Adevărul (the truth) is one of the oldest still existing newspapers in Romania. It was founded in 1871 in Bucharest and was reestablished after the fall of Communism in 1989. It has a left-leaning stance.
Ziarul Financiar is a newspaper specialising in the economy and finance. It is owned by Mediafax and was founded in 1998.
If your interests are in business, this is a must-read.
Curierul Național is a general newspaper with a focus on the economy. It was founded in Bucharest in December 1990, after the fall of Communism.
If your interests are sports, this is the right newspaper. From football to tennis, Gazeta Sporturilor covers it all from a Romanian perspective. Learn sports-related words quickly.
This was the first newspaper to appear after the Romanian Revolution in 1989. As the name suggests, it is a newspaper that values the protection of individual liberties. Today, it is part of the Swiss Ringier group.
This is a patriotic general newspaper founded in 1990 and which reappeared in 2007 after a break.