Bulevardul Eroilor 57, Timisoara, 300553, Romania
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The cathedral in the Victory square
Bus from Budapest airport to Timisoara! :)
I am planning to travel from Budapest airport to Timisoara in june by bus. i want to know the journeys time and how much it will cost?
Thank you... :)
Re: Bus from Budapest airport to Timisoara! :)
Since the trains are frequent, probably the train would be a better solution.
If you won't find a direct train, change them in Arad.
The regular one-way ticket to Timisoara is 23.40 Euro.
The round-trip with 4-day validity is 27 Euro
The round-trip with 1 month validity is 36 Euro
The schedule is here (in Hungarian):
What is important: the train to Timisoara or Arad is departing Budapest-Keleti, but the trains from the airport arrive Budapest-Nyugati station. This is not a problem because you can go the "other" way to Szolnok (see the schedule above) from the airport, not even going to Budapest. Most trains from the airport go either direction of BP or Szolnok. So you can board the train to Romania there, without worry about train changes. Allow yourself about 30 minutes to buy the international ticket in Szolnok.
Nota bene: if you go one-way, the Hungarian domestic ticket will be slightly cheaper than the international. You may as well travel till Békéscsaba or Lökösháza on domestic trains!
Going by bus will probably cost more and more complicated, but you did not say what time you arrive.
Travel Tips for Timisoara
A Meeting Of Cultures...
Timisoara is a city where a lot of ethnic groups live together for hundreds of years already. There are Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Serbs and more. Timisoara is the only city in europe that has three state theaters in three languages, there are also a lot of kins of churches: Metropolin Cathedral, Orthdox Cathedral, Roman-Catolic Dome, Serbian Church, a Synagogue and even Mosque.
n my opinion Piata Unirii is number one attraction in Timisoara. Actually, I'd rank Piata Unirii the most charming square I've ever seen! It is truly beautiful and unique square surrounded by intresting, old and colorful buildings, including two churches (a Catholic Dome and a Serbian Orthodox Church.) To make it all perfect, there many cafes to sit and have a drink - or even better, a Romanian beer.
Timisoara's the most important city in the western part of Romania and the capital of the Timis County, bordering Serbia and Hungary.
It's a very pleasant city, full of parks and gardens.
Don't miss visiting its 3 squares, the Unirii Square, with 2 churches, Liberty Square, with the Old City Hall, and Victory Square, with the Metropolitan Church and the Opera House.
Timisoara's mainly famous for the 1989 Revolution when Romanians got rid of their dictator Ceaushescu. It all started here, and you can see some memorials to the victims.
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