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Travel by plane

International Airports

Henri Coanda International Airport is the largest airport in Romania, located 16.5 km (10.3 miles) north of the Bucharest city center and only 20 minutes from hotel.

Aurel Vlaicu International Airport is the second airport in Bucharest, located only 8 km (5.0 miles) north of the Bucharest city center.

Travel by Train

Gara de Nord (North Station), located in Bucharest is the largest railway in Romania and provides connections to cities from Romania and Europe. In Romania railways are operated by CFR (Caile Ferate Romane).

Travel by Car

Canadian / Australian / New Zealand driver licenses are valid for driving in Romania for 90 days from the date of entry in the country.

Documents needed: valid driver license, vehicle' s registration, proof of insurance.

At any border-crossing point and at gas stations you will find "Rovinieta", necessary for every car. The cost depends on car type and validation: from $5.00 to $15.00 (valid from 7.00 to 30 days).

If your car is rent, check with the car rental company details for the travel.

Bucharest Transportation

Bucharest subway

Currently, the Bucharest metro network consist of 69.25 km double track, 4 metro lines and 51 stations. The average distance between two stations is of 1.5 km. AFC with magnetic card from 1995, upgraded on 2000. From 2006, togheter with RATB (bus network) an functional platform was made to allow commun transport titles, this beeing first phase of Metro-RATB tariff integration.

Schedule: 05.00 AM - 11.00 PM

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Buses - Trolleybuses - Trams and light rail

Bus Bucharest

RATB bus network is the most dense out of all the transport types in Bucharest. In fact, RATB's advertisements state that one can never be more than five minutes walking distance from a bus stop. There are 121 bus lines, most of which operate in the Municipality of Bucharest. However, there are also a few bus lines which provide services to the towns and villages which border Bucharest, in Ilfov county, and whose populations usually commute to Bucharest for work.

Trolleybuses Bucharest

Trolleybuses supplement buses on the RATB system network. In early 2007, 150 wheelchair-accessible Irisbus Citelis trolleybuses were introduced on routes 61, 62, 69, 70, 71, 86, 90, 91 and 92. Two distinct, non-interconnected networks exist in Bucharest, the main network (comprising the two main East-West lines as well as a spur in the Northern part of town) and a relatively small Southern network in Berceni.

Trams Bucharest

RATB operates a complex system of trams measuring 332.2 km (206.4 mile) of routes. Most of the tramway infrastructure in Bucharest has either been overhauled or completely upgraded in the last 5 years, or is currently being overhauled. The light rail service is expected to be expanded by upgrading existing tram lines to light rail status.


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