Bucharest Transportation

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    Metro Station in Bucharest
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    Inside Bucharest Metro
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  • 1. Otopeni Airport

    Bucharest is well served by Henri Coanda International airport with connections to the most important European destinations. TAROM and Wizz are the two largest airlines. Baneasa Airport, which was...

  • 2. Taxies

    First of all, the pictures posted here are very old, some of them even 10 years old, Bucharest doesn't look like this anymore in most of the parts. As a simple rule to follow with the taxies, use only...

  • 3. Trains & train stations

    Official taxi In February this year Dave Mooney and I flew Easy Jet to the lightly snow covered Bucharest Otopeni Airport. First lesson of the day was how not to be conned by the official taxis...

  • 4. Metro (Subway)

    Bucharest has one of the best metro systems in Europe with a simple fare system, clean stations and even cleaner cars. It is surely my preferred way of getting around in Bucharest. Every trip has the...

  • 5. Bucharest buses

    Busses in Bucharest are quite well organized. The only real problem is the lack of knowing which busline will take you where. The busses do indicate their final destination but routes are rather...

  • 6. Driving Around

    Know thy currency. Romania recently changed their currency, and so you definitely don't want to over pay them for gas. For now, gas prices are shown in both the old & new currency, which is simply...

  • 7. Bucharest Maps

    if you are looking for good maps at reasonable prices, you are really walking a fine line here in romania. book stores often have good maps of cities like brasov, suceava and cluj-napoca, but if you...

  • 8. There and Away

    Bus from the airport takes about 20mins to Victorei piata.I dont know how much is costs as the machine at the airport to buy a ticket wasnt working and the...

  • 9. Aurel Vlaicu - Baneasa Airport

    Surprisingly, Baneasa Airport ( Northern Bucharest) is better situated than the main international one, Henry Coanda, meaning that it's closer a.k.a. taxi price...

  • 10. Train from hell

    If you go to Bucharest from Belgrade, or the same way back, in winter be prepared for terrible train with no heating (until you reach Timisoara and they put...

  • 11. buses out of bucharest

    there are two types of buses, what we call a coach, and the smaller minibus.coaches ('autobus') are much cheaper, and used by locals country wide. but be...

  • 12. Cycling through Bucharest

    If you come to Bucharest by bike, you might have got some practical advice on the way, in form of direct life experience. However - as someone cycling through...

  • 13. Airplanes to / from Bucharest

    Bucharest has two airports. The oldest and closest to the city, Baneasa Airport (tel.: 9371), serves low cost companies (serving flights to Spain, France,...

  • 14. Baneasa airport

    This old Bucharest airport is located closer to the city than Otopeni airport. It’s rather small and hasn’t got finger docks. You will be transported by bus to...

  • 15. By tram, bus and trolleybus

    You buy your tickets for currently 1.10 RON (Oct. 07) from a little kiosk by the transport stops. You validate them in a little machine when you get on. I...

  • 16. Rip off taxi drivers

    Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest, Kaunas, Kiev, Krakow, Minsk, Moscow, Prague, Riga, Rome, Sofia, Warsaw, Zagreb.Something all of these places have in common is no...

  • 17. transport

    Transport in Bucharest: is made up of the Bucharest Metro, as well as a surface transport system run by RATB (Regia Autonoma de Transport Bucuresti), which...

  • 18. Bucharest Flights

    Bucharest has become a new destination for the low cost airlines. There are now 4 low cost carriers serving Bucharest (Aurel Vlaicu Airport, former Baneasa -...

  • 19. Walking

    Bucharest is not the best city to walk around, simply because it is so spread out (in contrast to some Spanish cities for example).Illustrated is an aide(?) to...

  • 20. RATB

    RATB is the transportation company of Bucharest which handles buses, trams and trolleybuses.The company works in a pretty effective way with many lines and...

  • 21. Tarom via Timisiara

    We flew from JFK in New York to Bucharest on Tarom Airlines. The flight, food and service were u nremarkable. But arriving and departing we had to stopover in...

  • 22. Bucharest has an efficient...

    Bucharest has an efficient underground network (Metro). Tickets may be bought at the stations, the simplest ticket is a "double", which can be used...

  • 23. Arriving at Otopeni airport,...

    Arriving at Otopeni airport, you will be assailed by taxi drivers who will tell you that the express to the centre of town has been cancelled, isn't running...

  • 24. The metro and buses are very...

    The metro and buses are very cheap. A one day travel pass for the metro (bilet de zi) cost about 30 uk pence, less than half a dollar. Bus tickets can be bought...

  • 25. By train , you will arrive in...

    By train , you will arrive in Gara du nord , few minutes walk from the center town.By plane it's not so easy, Otopeni airport is far from city center and taxis...

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