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Useful information

Useful information

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  • Emergency call: 112 ( all over Romania)  

 

  • Airports

"Henri Coanda" ( Otopeni) International Airport 
Cale Bucurestilor nr 2224E, Otopeni
Tel: +40 21 204 1000; + 40   21 201 4000
www.bucharestairports.ro/en

 "Aurel Vlaicu" ( Baneasa) International Airport
Tel: +40 21 232 0020 
Fax: +40 21 232 3687
Email:  office@baneasa-airport.com
Website: www.baneasa-airport.ro

  •    Train station

 Gara de Nord Bucuresti ( main train station)
Piata Garii de Nord, Nr 1
Tel: +40 021 95 22; + 40 021 319 03 58 

  • Tourist Information Centers

Tourist Information Center Bucuresti
Piata Universitatii Passage, Bucuresti
Tel: + 40 021 305 55 00/ 1605 

InfoTurist Tourist Information Point, Gara de Nord
Piata Garii de Nord, Nr. 1 – in the center of the train station

  • Public transport

Regia Autonoma de Transport Bucuresti
B-dul Dinicu Golescu, nr 1, district 1, Bucharest
Tel: + 40 0210314 71 30; Fax: +40 021 311 05 95 
Email: info@ratb.ro
Website: www.ratb.ro

  • Embassies

 The following countries have embassies in Bucharest: USA, UK, Albania, Algeria, South Arabia, Argentin, Armenia, Austria, Azerbadjan, Belarus, Belgium, Brasil, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech, Chile, China, Congo, Nord Coreea, South Corea, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Egypt, Switzerland, Finalnd, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, Irak, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakshtan, Lebanon, Libya, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, Nigeria, Norway, Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Vietman, Yemen, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Hungary.

Further information  and contact data here:

http://www.ambasada.ro/2/ambasade.html 

  •  Metro ( Subway) 

 This is the fastest way to get from one distant point to another in Bucharest. the city is pretty large - as is not easy to walk from one quarter to quarter - and crowded when talking about roads and cars. The subway network is covering pretty much of the central area and lines to the exits. It is nor the biggest or the smallest subway network in Europe, but it is reliable and certainly lookin and smelling nicer than the Parisian one.
Prices: 
    - 2 rides ticket: 4 RON ( ~ 0.9 EUR)
    - 10 rides ticket: 10 RON ( ~ 2.3 EUR)
    - 1 day pass: 6 RON ( ~1.4 EUR) 
    - 1 month pass ( max 62 trips): 35 RON (~8 EUR) 
Subway map :  http://www.ghidbucurestean.ro/Metrorex/Trasee-Metrou-Bucuresti

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