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Str. Nicolae Grigorescu 19, Tirgu Mures, 217441, Romania
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transportation around Tirgu-Mures

by Mirko-M3

Hi everybody,
I have a flight to T-M that arrives lately - some 10 pm. Is there any public transport at that hours?
I intend to keep T-M as my base to travel around Transilvania. Is there a rent-a-car agency that alows me to pick car at T-M and to leave it at Suceava?
I would rent it for 6-7 days.
Also, is there some nice apartment to rent in T-M for three persons (two adults with a kid).
Mirko from Croatia

Re: transportation around Tirgu-Mures

by taseg

There's a special bus after each flight from the airport to downtown Targu Mures, according to the airport site.

Not so sure about car rental agencies, anyway see:

For apartment rentals see:
select Mures county (MS) on the map.

Re: transportation around Tirgu-Mures

by Mirko-M3

o.k, thanks a lot for help.

Travel Tips for Targu-Mures

Tourist Info

by Aitana

Targu Mures Tourist Information Centre
Str. Enescu 2 (on the corner of the Palace of Culture building)
Telephone: (365) 404.934
Open: Mon. – Sat. 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Closed Sun
The Tourist Information Centre provides maps, brochures and information on accommodations, restaurants and transportation.

Targu Mures -- Hungarian heart of Transylvania

by okiebob


Until WWI, Transylvania was under the Astro-Hungarian empire, and much of central Transylvania is still home to ethnic Hungarians. Friendly and chock full of century-old Hapsburg-style buildings not seen elsewhere in the region, Targu Mures (or Marosvasarhely in Hungarian) is the biggest city of the Hungarian area, called Szekely Land. Wizz Air (, a budget airline in Europe, is starting service between Budapest and Targu Mures in July 2006, meaning that it may become a new gateway to Romania's most popular destinations in Transylvania.

Targu Mures itself has reason to stick around. Its central Piata Trandafirilor (Trandafirilor Square) is lined with streetside cafes and restaurants, churches and monuments. Looming to the north is a giant walled citadel, with a lovely 15th century church. Targu Mures' top attraction, no doubt, is at the south end of the square: the Culture Palace (Palatul Culturii), a flamboyant early 20th-century city hall with steepled roofs, a few museums, and a superb stained-glass hall you can visit.

Another popular place to see is the Teleki Library (tel 0265-261-857; Str Bolyai 17; admission 1.5 euro; open 10am-6pm Tue-Fri), a couple blocks east of the centre; the collection of 120,000 rare books dates from the 18th century.

"Getting Information"

Stop by the tourist information centre (tel 0365-404-934; Piata Trandafirilor; open 8am-8pm Tue-Thur, 8am-4pm Mon & Sat) at the ground floor of the Culture Palace. Staff love the town, speak English, offer free maps and all sorts of information on the area. Their website is

"Getting Around"

Once in the centre, it's easy to walk around Targu Mures. The bus station is about 1.5km south of the centre (take bus 18), and the train station is 1km south (bus 5).

Targu Mures - Marosvasarhely

by gruia

"The silent town..."

Targu Mures 's downtown is great, with a lot of interesting buildings, such as the Prefecture palace, the Palace of Culture ( which is built in a wonderful Magyar Secession style), or the former Greek-Catholic Cathedral, an architectural miniature copy of San Pietro . The main square , elongated and baroque , is wonderful. Too bad that the communists have buit so many blocks of flats in neighbouring areas...
But the main problem I found with Tg Mures was that of silence. People weren't at all so open and receptive too questions as in Cluj , Brasov or Bucharest, but looked towards me ( and other friends that visited this town) suspiciously... I approached them both in Romanian and Hungarian, but all the time they seemed scared too be asked something...
The Taxi drivers were a lot more cooperatively though...


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