Brasov Transportation

  • Brasov train station.
    Brasov train station.
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  • RATBv bus #20 to Poiana Brasov
    RATBv bus #20 to Poiana Brasov
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  • RATBv bus #4
    RATBv bus #4
    by HORSCHECK

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    Livada Postei

    by alin09 Written May 4, 2006

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    in Livada Postei close too Muresenilor street and Aro Palace Hotel you can find a nice information about a few busses going (in/around brasov) plus bus nr.20 for going to poiana Brasov
    !!!!tip. if you want to visit the medieval churches and castles
    example bran.fagaras.viscri.harman get you too the train station and ask for the bus station what is close to the train station... hope i'ved helped

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    Travel by train

    by DPando Written Jan 20, 2006

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    The train the best way to move in Romania...its so comfortable and no risk is in .. we hadnt any bother moving from any town to other
    Landscapes from Brasov through Bucharest were stunning... the charpatian mountain were amazing ...there are a lot of ski resorts on the way and little and cosy small towns sparkle the route....after the mountains the landscapes is more flattered than ever.... long and wide valley (Danube corridor i guess) is seen through the mountains to Bucharest a long track just with nothing to see just a huge meadow
    I dont remember how much was the ticket train but it wasnt cheap ...not much if we consider that is Romania !!!

    You can see some landscapes shots in "off the beaten path" tips

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    Travel by train

    by DPando Written Jan 20, 2006

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    The train the best way to move in Romania...its so comfortable and no risk is in .. we hadnt any bother moving from any town to other
    Landscapes from Brasov through Bucharest were stunning... the charpatian mountain were amazing ...there are a lot of ski resorts on the way and little and cosy small towns sparkle the route....after the mountains the landscapes is more flattered than ever.... long and wide valley (Danube corridor i guess) is seen through the mountains to Bucharest a long track just with nothing to see just a huge meadow
    I dont remember how much was the ticket train but it wasnt cheap ...not much if we consider that is Romania !!!

    You can see some landscapes pics from this journey in local customs tips !!

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    Budapest to Brasov

    by wodensson Written Jun 18, 2005

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    Transport

    At Budapest main railway station we bought our return tickets to Brasov,
    these cost around £45. There are 4 trains per day from Budapest to
    Brasov. We got a 6pm train arriving at 6am in Brasov. You must
    remember Romania is another hour ahead of Hungary incidently.
    Buying the tickets was no problem at all, very straight forward.
    The train was hot and uncomfortable, forget the storys of being
    able to sleep on the seat, it gives your back so much grief its
    impossible to sleep.
    We never encountered any bother going out with regard to all these
    stories of gypsies trying to steal your bags etc. Returning to Budapest
    we caught the 9am train from Brasov, a lot of gypsys were on this one
    begging and stinking the carriages out. But in truth if you are stern
    enough and tell them to @@@@ off, they scuttle away.
    Its a very long journey on the train, the romanian part is ok as there
    is plenty to see, countless huge birds of prey among much other wildlife
    and beautiful landscape, and pitiful peasant dwellings.
    Hungary is just flat fields, and more boring then Holland from a train
    view, point of view.
    Buses in Brasov are really cheap, around 20p to go into town, taxis are
    around £1 to go anywhere it seemed.

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    From station to city center

    by toshigiappone Written Apr 21, 2005

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    Brasov's station is a little bit far from the center. When you go out of the station, there is a bus stop. To go to city center, take a bus No. 4. It passes Bulvardul Morsilor, Str. Muresenilor, near Piata Sfatului, and then Piata Unirii.

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    Bucharest to Brasov Express Train

    by obcbreeze Written Nov 7, 2004
    Jerry waiting for breakfast.

    The train was probably our best way to get from Bucharest to Brasov, but it presented some challenges. Our first-class ticket was good until we left the station. It then turns into go sit where ever you want. Don't leave any personal belongings unattended,. There is a good chance you will never see them again. The restrooms are a porta-john type, when you flush the bottom opens and there's the ground rushing by. On the positive side the cook in the dining car was a pleasure. He attempted to serve like we were in a 5 star restaurant. He was the best. So take the train, but be prepared for an interesting journey.

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    HOW TO GET TO THE CENTER

    by morgul Written Jun 10, 2004

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    If you arive in Brasov train station and want to get to the center of the town you shold take bus no.4 which stops in the front of the station.You can also buy a ticket from there. It costs 16.000 lei or 50 euro cents.It's better to buy a ticket 'cause if you don't and get caught the fine is 6-7 euros.

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    A Bus To Poiana Brasov

    by Aurorae Written Apr 15, 2004

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    Brasov by Jelena

    The best way to get to poiana Brasov ski center from Brasov the town, if you don't have a car, of course, is the bus. The ticket is very cheap (around 0,10 cents!) and it takes about half an hour. But beware of the crowds!!! (see the photo) On the way back you might have to wait in a queue even longer to get into the bus!

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    Bus

    by Nobbe Updated Jan 12, 2004

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    Brasov Bus

    Brasov has a well-developed bus and trolley system with buses running every 10 minutes between 05:30 to midnight (Sat, Sun 06:00-22:30). Buses and trolleybuses in Brasov have a standard price per journey. Tickets can be bought at RAT Bv kiosks. You must punch your ticket yourself once on board. Controllers check your tickets.

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    How to go to Dracula Bran Castle

    by johnsakura Written Jul 29, 2003

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    brasov romania dracula castle

    ok so Bran Csatle is about 30km fro Brasov so you have to go by taxi. This guy is Vassile Maxim
    he also arranges rooms in a local guesthouse. very nice person. he took us to lluch and he payed for it!
    the address is
    str. Mierlei nr.8, bl C13
    sc.B, ap.18, Brasov cod 2200
    on the picture me Maxim the guide and my friend Hideki Ohara

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    Minibuses

    by johnmi Updated Apr 23, 2003

    Frequent 15-seats minibuses travel this route: Bucharest (Piata Victorii)-Brasov-Sighisoara-Tg. Mures.
    They leave every 30min outside railway stations and are a bit faster than the train.
    The name of the company is "C&I comserv"

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    The Train out.

    by Pod Written Aug 4, 2013
    Brasov train station.

    Coming from Sibiu we were pulled by a Diesel train. At Brasov we changed to an Electric train for the mountains.

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    Train Arad to Brasov.

    by alectrevor Written Sep 21, 2007

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    Train Arad to Brasov 07-18 am to Teius. Change train. The platforms are not numbered so check. Leave Teius 12.08 arrive Brasov15.47.

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    Trains to/from Brasov

    by midnight_mike Written May 27, 2006

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    There are many ways to get from Brasov. Trains from Budapest stop in Brasov before going on to Bucharest. There are also frequent trains to Brasov from Bucharest and cities within the region.

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