Bucharest can be reached by air, by train, by car.

By air Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) is located just north of Bucharest and is well linked with major European airports. Currently the airport has one terminal divided into three halls (sometimes referred as distinct terminals) (International Departures Hall, International Arrivals Hall and the Domestic Flights Hall - at the ground level of the Arrivals Hall). The International Departures Hall consists of 36 check-in desks, one finger with 10 gates (5 equipped with jetways), while the Domestic Hall has an extra four bus gates. Henri Marie Coanda was a Romanian inventor, aerodynamics pioneer and builder of an experimental aircraft.
The official Romanian airline is TAROM - Romanian Air Transport. TAROM is a member of SkyTeam - the second largest airline alliance in the world. Several low-cost companies also fly to Bucharest: EasyJet, BlueAir or WizzAir.
On-demand taxi services are available at Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport. You may access these services by contacting the “Taxi by request” desk. The previous system, “Fast taxi”, is still in use.
The taxi station was relocated at the exit of the terminal, at the ground floor.
· Maximum Price for distance - 3.5 lei / km;
· Maximum Price for starting - 3.5 lei;
· Maximum Price for standing - 35 lei / hour.
These prices were established by the competent authorities (the General Council of Bucharest and Ilfov County Council). Taxi access in public parking is prohibited by law.
Attention! Do not let you accosted by pirates taxi drivers!
Accosting customers, both by taxi drivers and by intermediaries, is sanctioned by taxi law (Law 168/2010 on the approval of the Government Emergency Ordinance 34/2010). The implementation of the sanctions, in the airport’s area, is made by Transport Police.
Telephone of the National Authority for Consumer’s Protection: +4021 9551

Bucharest is the major hub of Romanian National Railway Co. The main station is North Station, which serves Bucharest with connections to every part of Romania as well as international connections with Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Sofia, Belgrade, Chisinau, etc.

Bucharest is the major road hub as it is the starting point of most Romanian highways and European roads linking the city with every Romanian regions, as well as with the neighboring countries.

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