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Getting thereYou can get to Bucharest from Russe, Brasov and Constanza. Best price and travel duration below.
From Budapest 16:00 R1,135 From Sofija 10:28 From Timisoara 12:37 R652 From Russe 03:03 R242 From Brasov 04:01 R302 From Constanza 02:55 R374 From Sinaia 02:49 R242
Getting aroundFrom Bucharest, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
To Cimpina 01:04 R169 To Sinaia 02:48 R242 To Brasov 04:05 R302 To Constanza 02:57 R374 To Russe 02:55 R350 To Timisoara 13:14 R652 To Sofija 10:03 R604 To Budapest 16:50 R1,329
Bucharest city guide
Bucharest, the romanian "little Paris"
From communist excess to Belle Époque beauty, Bucharest bares its uneven past on every corner. Neo-classical palaces sidle next to crumbling tower blocks in this rich, and unashamedly raw, mix of a capital.
When you are there
Start your visit of the city known as the "little Paris" with its oldest artery, "Calea Victoriei". It leads to the square of the Revolution and its magnificent public edifices among which the national Museum of art, formerly Royal Palace, and the Romanian Athenaeum which offers international-standard concerts.
Be astonished by the open-air Village Museum nearby the Triumphal Arch or find out more about Bucharest’s history in the National History Museum. You will be amazed by the remains of the 15th century palace Curtea Veche and by the beautiful Church of the Patriarchate standing nearby.
You can go shopping in a bazar district and finally be welcomed by the Romanians with the traditional Romanian spirit: the tuica.
Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Bucharest.