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2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Calea Grivitei no. 143, Bucharest, 010741, Romania
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Average
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Poor
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  • Families60
  • Couples66
  • Solo76
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Bucharest to Brasov

by korlando

Hello.

I need to get from Otopeni to Bucuresti Nord train station in order to take a train to Brasov. Here are my questions:

1. What is best way to get from Otopeni to Gara de Nord?
2. How long does it take to travel from Otopeni to Gara de Nord?
3. What are the expected costs of both travel from Otopeni to Gara de Nord and the train from Gara de Nord to Brasov?

Thank you!

Re: Bucharest to Brasov

by t.ionescu

Hello. There is a possibility with a change:
- Express Bus 783 till Piata Victoriei stop and the subway, one stopfrom Piata Victoriei 2 to Gara de Nord (North Station). A double card for the bus costs 7 lei (~1.8E) and it can be bought from the Airport next to the exit. A subway card (2 trips) costs 2.2 lei (~0.6E)

The bus runs every half hour. However, traffic jams are quite often in that area, so there might be delays. A map of the subway that you need is here: http://www.metrorex.ro/index.php?p=9. A map including the 783 bus itinerary is here: http://www.ratb.ro/download/harti/autobuze.pdf
For more details you can contact me by e-mail or check the websites: www.ratb.ro (buses) or www.metrorex.ro (subway). Avoid taxis! You might pay a lot of money and still be stuck in traffic!
From the train station there are many trains on to Brasov. I advise you to take a Rapid (Sneltrain) or Intercity, they are comfortable and reasonably cheap.
Good luck and good trip!

Re: Bucharest to Brasov

by t.ionescu

I forgot to mention: theoretically, the trip between Otopeni and Gara de Nord should take approx half an hour, but due to traffic jams it can be much longer... Like I said, taxi will not save you from that.
From Bucharest to Brasov the trip is between 2.5h (usually) and 4h, due to works on the railway system, close to Brasov.

Re: Bucharest to Brasov

by t.ionescu

BTW for public transport info in Brasov, if you need, let me know...

Re: Bucharest to Brasov

by davidlayba

3. What are the expected costs of both travel from Otopeni to Gara de Nord and the train from Gara de Nord to Brasov?

RAPID TRAINS :

one way second class tickets cost 39 lei
return second class tickets cost

INTER CITY TRAINS:

one way second class tickets cost
return second class tickets cost

sorry I start to write the price and the web stop to fonction )-:
jast look at this web : www.infofer.ro

and serch :

from - BUCURESTI NORD
TO - BRASOV

all the best
david

Travel Tips for Bucharest

Intercontinental As A Symbol

by edvin_br

The Intercontinental hotel, at the University square of Buchareest is without a doubt one of the cities most significant symbols.
Tourists willl find that hotel as a starting and finishing point at thier visits and the locals see it has a central point of thier daily life.

Romania passed through a...

by lichinga

Romania passed through a difficult transition period between the Ceasescu's dictatorship and Iliescu first government. The 'revolution', which began in the blood in Timisoara (North-West) spilled all over the country in a very confused series of battles, where the fighting parties were no clear at all. The picture shows the former headquarters of the Romanian Communist Party, where Ceasescu tried to deliver his last speech, while being boohed by the people.
In the left corner, a small building may be noticed: it remained unrepaired as it is considered a permanent symbol of those bloddy days. The building is supposed to be one of the hidden places where the secret police (Securitate) brought the people.

Art -Collection and Antichities

by RoBeauty

I could offr you a tour of most interesting artgalleries of Bucharest. I fell good & relaxed when I visit this kind of shop .
If I buy something what I really like I feel perfect :)
In Bucharest there are more museums per inhabitant then in any other capital city.In this tour you wil admire the romanian paiting exposed in Museum of Art Collections located in the Romanit Palace. It was heavily decorated with stucco and bas relief. Furniture was made of mahogany and ebony laced with mother of pearl; the chairs covered with Cordoba leather and the chandeliers were made of Venetian crystal porcelans, clocks, lamps , sculptures, oil-paintings, aqarellas, bijous, jewels, silver coins, stamps, statues, crystals,furniture phones, etc depends on vale and negociations:)

Grand Cafè Galleron

by draguza about Grand Cafè Galleron

You can find this place right in the center of Bucharest, in a beautiful neighbourhood, at, 18A Nicolae Golescu Street, in a walking distance from the Athenaeum Concert Building, the National Theatre of Bucharest.

Placed in an old villa, the traditional Romanian architecture surprises everybody who sets foot in this Grand Cafe. Every room has its own charm and gives the possibility to meet friends or business partners in a WiFi Internet environment, with a high level of privacy.

The bar team probably has the best selection of drinks in town and the kitchen offers elegant, fresh high quality food.

Taxi

by violeta13

Taxis in Bucharest are cheap, as long as you take a taxi that has an association with a trusted taxi company. Private taxis are expensive, and can be dangerous, as drivers are simply not to be trusted.
You should allways make sure that any taxi you get in clearly displays the name and phone number of the company it belongs to!

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