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Travel to Bucharest



By air

The airlines member of the Sky Team partnership (Delta, KLM, Air France and Alitalia) offer excellent connections from all major airports in North America to Romania’s capital city – Bucharest. Romania’s national airline Tarom as well as most European Airlines are offering flights from cities in Western and Central Europe to Bucharest.



By car

There are many roads that connect Bucharest and Romania’s main cities with Athens, Berlin, Budapest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Milan, Munich, Paris, Rome, and Vienna.



By rail

Traveling by train from other European countries to Romania takes from 6 hours (Budapest to Timisoara) to about 46 hours (London to Bucharest). Most train tickets allow several stopovers en route so train travel can be an affordable and relaxing way to include Romania in a European trip.


Travelling to Bucharest City Center from Henri Coanda Airport



ATTENTION! The taxi and bus can only be paid cash in national currency (RON), so make sure you exchange the necessary amount in the airport.

By taxi

Taxis are available in front of the airport or at a taxi stand right at the exit from customs. By taxi, the trip to Bucharest city center will cost you around 20 - 25 Euros, travel time is approximately 40-50 minutes, depending on the hours. During rush hours it may take even longer.



By bus

The local bus line 783 operates between the airport and Bucharest city center. As this is a local bus line, there might be limited room for luggage. The bus stop is in front of the airport. A ticket can be bought from the bus kiosk, the cost of the ticket is 1 € (cash only by buying a bus card). The bus station in the city center is called Unirii and it is the last one.

 


Travelling to JW Marriott Grand Hotel from Henri Coanda Airport



By taxi

Taxis are available in front of the airport or at a taxi stand right at the exit from customs. By taxi, the trip to Bucharest city center will cost you around 25 - 30 Euros, travel time is approximately 60 minutes, depending on the hours. During rush hours it may take even longer.



By bus

The local bus line 783 operates between the airport and Bucharest city center. As this is a local bus line, there might be limited room for luggage. The bus stop is in front of the airport. A ticket can be bought from the bus kiosk, the cost of the ticket is 1 € (cash only by buying a bus card). The bus station in the city center is called Unirii and it is the last one.

From there, take the Metro from Unirii station towards Preciziei, 1 stop for the Izvor station. From there it is a 20 minutes uphill walk to Marriott Hotel (Bucharest Metro map).




Moving around the city

The best way to travel around the city is my Metro (Bucharest Metro map) or by foot. There is also a sightseeing bus for a quick overview of Bucharest: www.bucharestcitytour.ratb.ro