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Hotels

Hilton Garden Inn Old Town

Strada Episcopiei 1-3

Rate

108€

Ibis Styles Bucharest

Splaiul Independenței Nr 313A,

Rate

101€

Mercure Bucharest City Center

15 17 17A, Strada George Enescu Street

Rate

128€

JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel

Calea 13 Septembrie 90

Rate

130 €

Radisson Blu Hotel

Calea Victoriei 63-81

Rate

216€

Novotel Bucharest City Centre

Calea Victoriei 37B

Rate

94€

Hotel Herăstrău

Șoseaua Nordului 7-9

Rate

78€

Yesterday

Str. Economu Cezărescu 8

Rate

53€

Mercure Bucharest Unirii

28Th, Bulevardul Mircea Vodă Boulevard

Rate

83€

Athenee Palace Hilton

Strada Episcopiei 1-3

Rate

161€

For other available options, please contact travel@3ecees.ro

* Price/person for 1 nights, single room

Transfers

Standard

Transfer within Bucharest

Standard

Transfer from/to International Airport “Henri Coanda” Otopeni

For other available options, contact us at travel@3ecees.ro

Transportation

public transport

Buses connect all parts of Bucharest, and are easy to use, less costly, and reliable. All buses have the same working hours 05:00 – 23:00, with only one exception. The Express Line 783 connects Bucharest to the International Airport “Henry Coanda”, Otopeni, and it is available for use at any time of the day, or night.

Cost: 3 RON (0.60 Euro)

renting services

Citylink, Spark, Lime or blinkee.city  are mobility renting services in Bucharest. You can download the apps and rent a car, for full independence through the city, and the pleasure of driving around “Le Petit Paris”.

Cost: 25-30 RON (5-6 Euro) 

Subway transport

The underground lines that cross Bucharest were built in the 1970s. They are the fastest public transportation method, with five different lines.

Cost: 3 RON (0.60 Euro)

transport Alternative

Uber and Bolt are some of the most used methods to get around in Bucharest. You can order a ride from anywhere in the city. The average waiting time for your ride to get to your destination is around 5 to 10 minutes. Also, the average fare for a 5Km ride is around 5 Euro.

Cost: 20-30 RON (4-5 Euro) 

Bucharest airport has transport links to the city centre. To get there, travellers can choose between car rental, taxi, public transport (trolleybus line no. 783 with frequent connections to the city centre) and even train. The train station is near the airport building (exit the arrivals building and walk until you see some stairs with a green dome in front of the airport). At the train station, as well as the bus station, there is a kiosk selling tickets (a ticket is valid for 90 min for public transport 3 RON, respectively a train ride, 4 RON ), as well as a ticket machine that accepts coins, banknotes and credit/debit cards. For public transport it is not possible to buy a ticket from the driver, but instead you can pay by card directly at the validators on the bus. Ticket checks are frequent on this route.

A typical taxi ride from the airport to the city centre (about 20 km) is about 25-35 RON (5-8 Euro). Look only for company taxis and ask the driver clearly for the price! The airport is within the city limits of Bucharest and no extra-city charges should apply. In Romania, the taxi (taximeter) must have a valid badge, and taximeter. Don’t look for bargains, it’s not worth it, official fares are low!

You can also turn to alternative transport apps, Bolt and Uber. Parking spaces are located on the first floor of the International Arrivals car park inside Otopeni Airport, while inside the International Arrivals Terminal (both upstairs and downstairs) there are signs informing and directing passengers to the places where they can board their cars.

Bus

Buses connect all parts of Bucharest, and are easy to use, less costly, and reliable. All buses have the same working ours 05:00 – 23:00, with only one exception. The Express Line 783 connects Bucharest to the International Airport “Henry Coanda”, Otopeni, and it is available for use at any time of the day, or night.

Subway

The underground lines that cross Bucharest were built in the 1970s. They are the fastest public transportation method, with five different lines.

Tram

There are a total of twenty two different tram lines throughout the Capital that provide an unique transportation variant. 

Trolleybus

The trolleybus is an alternative transportation method similar to the Bus. They connect the city center to more peripheral zones.

InfoTB

You can find all of the above in one single app, which is InfoTB. The app can be downloaded on every marketplace that your phone provides, showing you how to get around in the city. The options that the app has are:

Timetables for every route that are updating in real-time

In-app tickets payment variants (through 24Pay, or SMS)

Routes, with every station marked

Map of the city

Here is one simple way to download the app:

Route planning app

Mobile ticketing app

Uber & Bolt

Uber and Bolt are some of the most used methods to get around in Bucharest. You can order a ride from anywhere in the city. The average waiting time for your ride to get to your destination is around 5 to 10 minutes. Also, the average fare for a 5Km ride is around 5 Euro.

Citylink & Spark

Citylink and Spark are car renting services in Bucharest. You can download the apps and rent a car, for full independence through the city, and the pleasure of driving around “Le Petit Paris”.

Lime

If you would like to choose a more thrilling ride, which makes it easier to navigate through the narrow streets of Bucharest, then Lime is for you. Lime is an app that provides renting for electric scooters that cost 20 Cents per minute, but you can also choose a one day pass that costs 10 Euros.