Hostel Litovoi

Strada Litovoi Voievod, Nr. 60, Bucharest, 023486, Romania
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Forum Posts

Getting from Bucuresti Nord to Opteni...

by jvictor28

Hi everyone...can someone tell me what is the best way for me to get to the Opteni Airport from the main train station? I'm planning on taking an overnight train from Iasi that will arrive at 6:30am, and my flight leaves at 9:00am...I think this is cutting it a bit close. Is this enough time? How long will it take to get there?

So, can I take public transportation that early in the AM, or should I take a taxi (and how much would a taxi cost, do you think?)??

Thanks for all your help!!

Re: Getting from Bucuresti Nord to Opteni...

by taseg

If the train doesn't have any delays, you should be able to get to the airport around 8AM.

There is some public transportation to the airport, even at that early hour:
- the new train&bus link to the airport (a train from Bucuresti Nord to a train station very near the airport and then transfer by bus to the airport entrance; the first train after your arrival leaves at 7.15AM and will get you to the airport at about 8.15AM);
- the 780 bus, it goes directly from Bucuresti Nord to the airport; the first one after your arrive starts at about 7AM and should get to Otopeni in less than one hour, but if traffic is busy it can take longer;

By taxi, the ride to Otopeni should cost under 35 lei (€9) - but be very careful to avoid the numerous rip off taxis: don't take any of the cabs waiting in front of the station's main exit, check to see if they have the prices written on the doors (price per km should be under 2 lei), see if they have a taximeter, radio etc.

Re: Getting from Bucuresti Nord to Opteni...

by ariciul

gara de nord-otopeni airport 20-25 euro...luxury transportation with bucharestlimoservice.com

Travel Tips for Bucharest

Kitchy Parlament House...

by Oana_bic

One of the most famous building in Bucharest is the Parliament so called 'Casa Poporului' - the biggest building in Europe and the second in the world (after the Pentagon) , a testimony of the communism regime.. Up to me kitsch and veritable proof of mental sickness...
In the dark looks better, so I'm just enclosing it:)))))))

..religion...Saint Gheorghe

by Lucky79

He was declared saint in 1955, one the worse years for Christian faith in Romania, because of persecution by communists. Several important men of faith, monks, bishops and archbishops lived, during different periods, in the monastery. The bishops and archbishops of Bessarabia and Bucovina, exiled from their territory after annexation to Russia, were also its guests. A very important institution has been the Seminary, ans it formed many remarkable representatives of the Church. Among them is Father TEOCTIST, Patriarch of Romania, who studied for eight years in this school. At the time of the 2nd World Wat, the Seminary and monastery typography were shut down. Now, with the blessing of the Holy people, who want to follow the way of Christ, can find nurturing for their souls and become, according to their individual inclination, typographers, professors or craftsmen, while living a live of prayer. Since 1995, the Theological Seminar has been reopened. Among the younger teacher-monks, is the only professor from the old seminar, symbolic representative of the religious teaching class of the past. We remark with joy that, in work and dedication, man has not forgotten to give to God the most beautiful things, undertaking the restoration of the church, of the paintings and the construction of a new school for those who wish to walk the way of the Lord.

Drive around the city. You'll...

by cyrilim

Drive around the city. You'll see some amazing buildings, especially the People's Palace. It's the second largest building after the Pentagon. It's a shame though that some buildings are in a state of ruins.

Fire club

by Fen about Fire Club

My friends took us to this popular bar and nightclub which is located on Strada Gabroveni, a small street that runs parallel to Strada Lipscani in the heart of Bucharest. The area offers a few good nightlife places as after this we went on to Expirat club.

By bus from Baneasa airport to the city

by yumyum

There is an express bus which should run every half hour. This number 738 bus comes from Otopeni airport and goes all the way to Piata Unrii. Being an express bus it has a special price, currently in October 07 it cost 5 RON for 2 journeys. You cannot buy a single ticket.

When leaving Banesa airport keep walking to the right until you hit the big road, on there you find a pedestrian crossing. At the bus station there is a small window where you buy your ticket. The lady only speaks Romanian and isn’t of the friendly sort. I got someone to buy them for us otherwise just say “express bus” or write down the bus number beforehand and show it to her. You cannot buy the ticket on the bus. Make sure you wait at the right platform (the one right on the street). On the platform sign you will see the number 738.

Enter the bus by the front door as only there is a ticket stamping machine. The other gadgets by the other doors are for magnetic cards only. Enjoy your journey downtown. There is a voice announcing the stops and you can see a few sights along the way already.

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