Titu is a town in Dâmboviţa County, southern Romania, best known for its yearly September 14 bâlci (fair). Titu is divided into three main zones. These are:
- Titu-gară - the main part of the city, it contains the town hall, the main school, the train station and most important buildings.
- Titu-târg - a rural zone which includes the town's library and the second school. It is also the place where the bâlci is held.
- Sălcuţa - the smallest zone and a village in its own right, it is rural and features a church.
Five villages are administered by the town: Fusea, Hagioaica, Mereni, Plopu and Sălcuţa.
On March 22, 2007, the Romanian Agency for Foreign Investment, or ARIS, signed with France's carmaker Renault, a memorandum on implementing an investment project to build a car research and design center worth about EUR450 million in the town of Titu. It has been reported that up to 3,000 new jobs will be created at the site.