• Bosphorus Express tour: Istanbul to Bucharest

    A tour around the basic but comfortable enough overnight train that takes passengers from Istanbul to Bucharest. More info at www.gallivantingreg.com

    published: 15 Mar 2013
  • The Orient Express train at North Station, Bucharest, Romania - Monday, Sept. 3, 2012

    This is the legendary Orient Express train In Bucharest, Romania - Monday, September 3, 2012. It is the first time that I had the opportunity to see this train and I'm very glad. http://www.dailybusiness.ro/stiri-turism/celebrul-tren-orient-express-traverseaza-luni-romania-80296/ http://www.orient-express.com/web/vsoe/the_train.jsp

    published: 03 Sep 2012
  • Train Bucharest - Istanbul Halkali in Empty CFR Sleeping Car

    Riding Train 461 "Bosfor" from Bucuresti Nord to Istanbul Halkali; Train travels via Videle, Giurgiu Nord, Danube Friendship Bridge, Ruse, Gorna Oryahovica, Dimitrovgrad, Edirne and Cerkezköy; It passes the border between Bulgaria and Turkey at Svilengrad and Kapikule; Train is operated jointly by Romanian Caile Ferate Române, Bulgarian State Railways BDZ and Turkish State Railways; Total journey takes 18 hours and 4 minutes; Through cars Bucharest - Halkali are attached to train 461 "Romania" between Bucuresti and Gorna Oryahovica; At Dimitrovgrad the cars are attached the train 493 "Balkan", going all the way to Halkali; I was the sole passenger in the Sleeping Car and got a assigned a deluxe sleeper cabin with an ensuite shower and toilet; Sleeping Car WLABmee is operated by CFR Calator...

    published: 24 Jun 2017
  • Bucharest Airport Bus to & from City Centre

    2014 07 15 Bucharest, Romania: Bus 783 from Bucharest Otopeni Henri Coanda Airport to Bucharest city centre Piata Unirii 1 and back from Piata Unirii 1 & 2 via Bucharest Baneasa Airport to Bucharest Otopeni Henri Coanda Airport + how to buy tickets. 2014 07 15 Bukareszt, Rumunia: Autobus 783 z lotniska Bukareszt Otopeni Henri Coanda do centrum na Piata Unirii 1 i z powrotem z Piata Unirii 1 i 2 przez lotnisko Bukareszt Baneasa do lotniska Bukareszt Otopeni Henri Coanda + jak kupić bilety.

    published: 23 Jul 2014
  • "Eyjafjallajökull 2010" - extra long Dacia express (Vienna - Bucharest), part 1 of the train

    2010-04-18. The "Dacia" train from Vienna to Bucharest ran as two seperate trains till Budapest: Train 1 with the regular waggons to Budapest, Sofia and Belgrade. Train 2 with the waggons to Bucharest (5 regular waggons + 5 additional waggons - totally 4 sleeping cars, 4 couchette cars and 2 seeting cars). This video shows train 1.

    published: 18 Apr 2010
  • Chris Biehl plays "Chaos on the Bucharest Express" for Stefan

    via YouTube Capture

    published: 24 Jun 2014
  • Romania (Brașov to Bucharest) Part 10

    Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Trains in Romania service every town and city in this seriously underrated country! The Romanian rail network is the 4th largest and most dense in Europe. Even in villages you're often no further than 10km from a railway station.Comfortable, relaxing and easy to use, trains are the most popular and rewarding way of getting around Romania. Regional and Intercity trains in Romania Regio (RE) Slow trains with frequent stops, connecting smaller towns and villages along commuter routes. Bicycles permitted on board. You need to buy a bike ticket. Formerly known as "Personal" trains. No reservation...

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • Romanian Roads - Bucharest - Iasi - What to expect? Part 1

    I drove today through the romanian country side. E85 is the express road connecting the Romania's capital to Iasi (second or third ) largest city in the country. This is pretty much what you can expect, the roads are decent and the traffic fluent.

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • How To travel easy from Bucharest Airport to Bucharest City Center with less than 1 Euro

    SMS payment resumed ! Same details ... but a bit cheaper: 0.72 Euro + VAT per one trip or 3.91 RON (all taxes included), as on June 15, 2017. From Bucharest Airport to City Center with less than 1 euro ! You can reach from Bucharest Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport to Bucharest City Center or Bucharest North Railway Station (which is the city main railway station) using public transport. No taxis, no rip-off, no tourist scams, no Romanian language needed, no tickets ... What it's needed: a mobile phone with some prepaid credit - no more than 1 euro or a valid provider subscription and roaming activated. There are 2 public bus lines that connect the Airport with Bucharest. One is no. 783, the most common and the most frequent one. It connects the Airport with City Center, stopping at, in...

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Orientul Express parasind Bucurestiul / Orient Express leaves Bucharest North Station to Sinaia

    Orientul Express parasind Bucurestiul / Orient Express leaves Bucharest North Station to Sinaia Locomotive: 477-895 (Depoul Arad) + 477-613 (Depoul Bucuresti Calatori)

    published: 05 Sep 2010
  • Orient Express in Bucharest

    published: 01 Sep 2009
  • Dacia Express InterCity 346 Bucharest North-Wien West

    published: 12 Jul 2012
  • Bucharest - Istanbul Express Summer 2017

    This video is about Bucharest - Istanbul Express Summer 2017

    published: 18 Aug 2017
  • Sleeper Car Experience: Budapest Hungary to Bucharest Romania.

    Ride along overnight on a Trans-Balkan Express train service from Budapest Hungary to Bucharest Romania. Taking 16 hours and covering near 1000 KM experience Eastern European trains, sleeper cars, scenery, train stations, and countryside. An amazing experience costing about 76 US per person, we experienced travelling the old fashioned way - by Train. Come along for the ride !

    published: 06 Aug 2017
  • Romanian trains at Bucharest Gara De Nord

    An hour spent at Bucharest main station revealed quite a variety of locos, rolling stock and liveries. The electric locos are basically variants of one type, distinguished by their different paint jobs - red ones looking like Coke Cans with their white flash. Romania has quite a lot of second hand rolling stock, mainly ex-SNCF commuter units, and an ex-SNCF freight loco is seen still bearing the FRET branding alongside its new Romanian numbers. A couple of newish Siemens Desiro units were seen, together with coaching stock in several colours. Strangely photography is not permitted on the station concourse but OK out on the platforms.

    published: 10 Jul 2013
  • 6 Bucharest to Sofia by train

    An extended edit for train buffs! Bucharest to Sofia in September 2015. Videography: Richard. Music: Hans Zimmer (Romanian Wind- Sherlock Holmes: A game of shadows); Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Romanian Folk Dances: In one spot); Sofi Marinova (Love unlimited); Tam (Sled Kraya na Sveta); Mythos (Surrender). Production: Rachedito.

    published: 18 Oct 2015
Bosphorus Express tour: Istanbul to Bucharest

Bosphorus Express tour: Istanbul to Bucharest

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  • Duration: 2:44
  • Updated: 15 Mar 2013
  • views: 2018
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A tour around the basic but comfortable enough overnight train that takes passengers from Istanbul to Bucharest. More info at www.gallivantingreg.com
https://wn.com/Bosphorus_Express_Tour_Istanbul_To_Bucharest
The Orient Express train at North Station, Bucharest, Romania - Monday, Sept. 3, 2012

The Orient Express train at North Station, Bucharest, Romania - Monday, Sept. 3, 2012

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  • Updated: 03 Sep 2012
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This is the legendary Orient Express train In Bucharest, Romania - Monday, September 3, 2012. It is the first time that I had the opportunity to see this train and I'm very glad. http://www.dailybusiness.ro/stiri-turism/celebrul-tren-orient-express-traverseaza-luni-romania-80296/ http://www.orient-express.com/web/vsoe/the_train.jsp
https://wn.com/The_Orient_Express_Train_At_North_Station,_Bucharest,_Romania_Monday,_Sept._3,_2012
Train Bucharest - Istanbul Halkali in Empty CFR Sleeping Car

Train Bucharest - Istanbul Halkali in Empty CFR Sleeping Car

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2017
  • views: 5878
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Riding Train 461 "Bosfor" from Bucuresti Nord to Istanbul Halkali; Train travels via Videle, Giurgiu Nord, Danube Friendship Bridge, Ruse, Gorna Oryahovica, Dimitrovgrad, Edirne and Cerkezköy; It passes the border between Bulgaria and Turkey at Svilengrad and Kapikule; Train is operated jointly by Romanian Caile Ferate Române, Bulgarian State Railways BDZ and Turkish State Railways; Total journey takes 18 hours and 4 minutes; Through cars Bucharest - Halkali are attached to train 461 "Romania" between Bucuresti and Gorna Oryahovica; At Dimitrovgrad the cars are attached the train 493 "Balkan", going all the way to Halkali; I was the sole passenger in the Sleeping Car and got a assigned a deluxe sleeper cabin with an ensuite shower and toilet; Sleeping Car WLABmee is operated by CFR Calatori from Romania; Registration of this modernized DWA car is 61 53 71-70 019-1; A seperate TCDD couchette car is also operating between Bucharest and Halkali; A bus replacement service takes passengers from Halkali to Istanbul Sirkeci Station; A TCDD E68000 (E 68 014) electric locomotive by Hyundai Rotem carried the train between Kapikule and Halkali; İstanbul - Sofya Ekspresi Bükreş - Halkalı Bosfor Ekspresi Разписание "Босфор" Букурещ - Халкали Разписание "Балкан" - София - Халкали
https://wn.com/Train_Bucharest_Istanbul_Halkali_In_Empty_Cfr_Sleeping_Car
Bucharest Airport Bus to & from City Centre

Bucharest Airport Bus to & from City Centre

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2014
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2014 07 15 Bucharest, Romania: Bus 783 from Bucharest Otopeni Henri Coanda Airport to Bucharest city centre Piata Unirii 1 and back from Piata Unirii 1 & 2 via Bucharest Baneasa Airport to Bucharest Otopeni Henri Coanda Airport + how to buy tickets. 2014 07 15 Bukareszt, Rumunia: Autobus 783 z lotniska Bukareszt Otopeni Henri Coanda do centrum na Piata Unirii 1 i z powrotem z Piata Unirii 1 i 2 przez lotnisko Bukareszt Baneasa do lotniska Bukareszt Otopeni Henri Coanda + jak kupić bilety.
https://wn.com/Bucharest_Airport_Bus_To_From_City_Centre
"Eyjafjallajökull 2010" - extra long Dacia express (Vienna - Bucharest), part 1 of the train

"Eyjafjallajökull 2010" - extra long Dacia express (Vienna - Bucharest), part 1 of the train

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  • Duration: 1:20
  • Updated: 18 Apr 2010
  • views: 2457
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2010-04-18. The "Dacia" train from Vienna to Bucharest ran as two seperate trains till Budapest: Train 1 with the regular waggons to Budapest, Sofia and Belgrade. Train 2 with the waggons to Bucharest (5 regular waggons + 5 additional waggons - totally 4 sleeping cars, 4 couchette cars and 2 seeting cars). This video shows train 1.
https://wn.com/Eyjafjallajökull_2010_Extra_Long_Dacia_Express_(Vienna_Bucharest),_Part_1_Of_The_Train
Chris Biehl plays "Chaos on the Bucharest Express" for Stefan

Chris Biehl plays "Chaos on the Bucharest Express" for Stefan

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  • Duration: 3:21
  • Updated: 24 Jun 2014
  • views: 78
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via YouTube Capture
https://wn.com/Chris_Biehl_Plays_Chaos_On_The_Bucharest_Express_For_Stefan
Romania (Brașov to Bucharest) Part 10

Romania (Brașov to Bucharest) Part 10

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  • Updated: 12 Sep 2016
  • views: 832
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Trains in Romania service every town and city in this seriously underrated country! The Romanian rail network is the 4th largest and most dense in Europe. Even in villages you're often no further than 10km from a railway station.Comfortable, relaxing and easy to use, trains are the most popular and rewarding way of getting around Romania. Regional and Intercity trains in Romania Regio (RE) Slow trains with frequent stops, connecting smaller towns and villages along commuter routes. Bicycles permitted on board. You need to buy a bike ticket. Formerly known as "Personal" trains. No reservation required. InterRegio (IR) Faster trains covering longer distances, stopping at important towns and cities. Bicycles permitted on board. You need to buy a bike ticket. Formerly known as "Rapid" and "Accelerat" trains. Reservations are required on many routes. Intercity (IC) Fast trains connecting the main cities in Romania. They also link to international destinations, mainly Budapest. Reservations are required. Special (S) Vintage tourist trains on scenic routes. Exceptional conditions apply.
https://wn.com/Romania_(Brașov_To_Bucharest)_Part_10
Romanian Roads - Bucharest - Iasi - What to expect? Part 1

Romanian Roads - Bucharest - Iasi - What to expect? Part 1

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2017
  • views: 85
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I drove today through the romanian country side. E85 is the express road connecting the Romania's capital to Iasi (second or third ) largest city in the country. This is pretty much what you can expect, the roads are decent and the traffic fluent.
https://wn.com/Romanian_Roads_Bucharest_Iasi_What_To_Expect_Part_1
How To travel easy from Bucharest Airport to Bucharest City Center with less than 1 Euro

How To travel easy from Bucharest Airport to Bucharest City Center with less than 1 Euro

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  • Updated: 05 Dec 2016
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SMS payment resumed ! Same details ... but a bit cheaper: 0.72 Euro + VAT per one trip or 3.91 RON (all taxes included), as on June 15, 2017. From Bucharest Airport to City Center with less than 1 euro ! You can reach from Bucharest Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport to Bucharest City Center or Bucharest North Railway Station (which is the city main railway station) using public transport. No taxis, no rip-off, no tourist scams, no Romanian language needed, no tickets ... What it's needed: a mobile phone with some prepaid credit - no more than 1 euro or a valid provider subscription and roaming activated. There are 2 public bus lines that connect the Airport with Bucharest. One is no. 783, the most common and the most frequent one. It connects the Airport with City Center, stopping at, in this order: Piata Victoriei (Victory Square), Piata Romana (Romana Square), Universitate/Piata 21 Decembrie 1989 (University / December 21, 1989 Square) and Piata Unirii (Unirii Square) - end of 783 line. Those stations are only the ones in the city center. A complete end to end trip (Airport to Piata Unirii or reverse), no matter the direction takes ~45 minutes in normal traffic conditions. The other line is no. 780. It connects the Airport with Gara de Nord (North Railway Station) and the last stop is Gara Basarab (Basarab Railway Station) near Gara de Nord. This line is less frequent and it should be taken only if you want to go to this area or you plan to take a train to other Romanian city. The most important thing ... how to pay ! Before boarding, send a SMS to 7458 containing text E783 if you are boarding line 783 or E780 if you are boarding line 780. In a few seconds, you will receive a message that will confirm your purchase. This SMS confirmation is valid for one trip and should be kept until you have finished your trip. Please note that confirmation is only in Romanian. However, if you received a SMS as presented in video, everything it's alright. The cost is ONLY 0.75 Euro + VAT (24% maximum VAT ~ 0.18 Euro), meaning a total of 0.93 Euro a single trip from Bucharest Airport to city center (or in the opposite way). There is the same cost for both express lines (783 or 780) in both directions. In Romanian lei, this will be 3.99 lei, because the public transport company has an exchange rate of 4.44 lei per 1 Euro, a bit less than 4.51 - the official rate when this video was created. This SMS is free of charge from Vodafone, Telekom and DigiMobil mobile networks. Orange mobile network takes a small fee of 0.05 Euro + VAT added to those 0.93 Euro, meaning a total of 0.992 Euro. For comparison, a taxi on these routes would have cost 35-40 lei (~8 or 9 Euro) ... in the case that would have a standard rate of 1.39 lei / km, without any meter scams activated and with a 5-10% tip. Those are only the ordinary tariffs. The are taxis charging 3.5 lei / km or worse, trying to impose a high price from the start or to charge you in euro/usd. Avoid them and use the public transport if possible ! ... it's 10 times cheaper ! One more important thing ... You can use this way of payment to buy a ticket valid for an entire day on all public transport buses, trolley buses and trams (WITHOUT subway) operating inside Bucharest, except Suburb lines (you won't need them at all for visiting Bucharest) and Express lines (the ones going to and from Airport - 783 and 780, described above). Just send a SMS containing A (only this letter, capitalized) at 7458 (the same number previously mentioned). Entire cost is 1.65 Euro + VAT ~= 2,046 Euro in total (or 8.79 lei). Last but not least: The overcharge / fine for being caught without a valid ticket or SMS is 50 lei, almost 11 Euro, if it's paid on the spot. Please note that ticket inspectors are wearing blue vests having written CONTROL on the back and ratb in the front left with white reflective letters.
https://wn.com/How_To_Travel_Easy_From_Bucharest_Airport_To_Bucharest_City_Center_With_Less_Than_1_Euro
Orientul Express parasind Bucurestiul / Orient Express leaves Bucharest North Station to Sinaia

Orientul Express parasind Bucurestiul / Orient Express leaves Bucharest North Station to Sinaia

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  • Duration: 2:52
  • Updated: 05 Sep 2010
  • views: 45484
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Orientul Express parasind Bucurestiul / Orient Express leaves Bucharest North Station to Sinaia Locomotive: 477-895 (Depoul Arad) + 477-613 (Depoul Bucuresti Calatori)
https://wn.com/Orientul_Express_Parasind_Bucurestiul_Orient_Express_Leaves_Bucharest_North_Station_To_Sinaia
Orient Express in Bucharest

Orient Express in Bucharest

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  • Updated: 01 Sep 2009
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https://wn.com/Orient_Express_In_Bucharest
Dacia Express InterCity 346 Bucharest North-Wien West

Dacia Express InterCity 346 Bucharest North-Wien West

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  • Duration: 0:22
  • Updated: 12 Jul 2012
  • views: 326
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https://wn.com/Dacia_Express_Intercity_346_Bucharest_North_Wien_West
Bucharest - Istanbul Express Summer 2017

Bucharest - Istanbul Express Summer 2017

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  • Updated: 18 Aug 2017
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This video is about Bucharest - Istanbul Express Summer 2017
https://wn.com/Bucharest_Istanbul_Express_Summer_2017
Sleeper Car Experience: Budapest Hungary to Bucharest Romania.

Sleeper Car Experience: Budapest Hungary to Bucharest Romania.

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  • Duration: 10:06
  • Updated: 06 Aug 2017
  • views: 209
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Ride along overnight on a Trans-Balkan Express train service from Budapest Hungary to Bucharest Romania. Taking 16 hours and covering near 1000 KM experience Eastern European trains, sleeper cars, scenery, train stations, and countryside. An amazing experience costing about 76 US per person, we experienced travelling the old fashioned way - by Train. Come along for the ride !
https://wn.com/Sleeper_Car_Experience_Budapest_Hungary_To_Bucharest_Romania.
Romanian trains at Bucharest Gara De Nord

Romanian trains at Bucharest Gara De Nord

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  • Duration: 24:19
  • Updated: 10 Jul 2013
  • views: 44743
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An hour spent at Bucharest main station revealed quite a variety of locos, rolling stock and liveries. The electric locos are basically variants of one type, distinguished by their different paint jobs - red ones looking like Coke Cans with their white flash. Romania has quite a lot of second hand rolling stock, mainly ex-SNCF commuter units, and an ex-SNCF freight loco is seen still bearing the FRET branding alongside its new Romanian numbers. A couple of newish Siemens Desiro units were seen, together with coaching stock in several colours. Strangely photography is not permitted on the station concourse but OK out on the platforms.
https://wn.com/Romanian_Trains_At_Bucharest_Gara_De_Nord
6 Bucharest to Sofia by train

6 Bucharest to Sofia by train

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  • Duration: 8:53
  • Updated: 18 Oct 2015
  • views: 4750
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An extended edit for train buffs! Bucharest to Sofia in September 2015. Videography: Richard. Music: Hans Zimmer (Romanian Wind- Sherlock Holmes: A game of shadows); Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Romanian Folk Dances: In one spot); Sofi Marinova (Love unlimited); Tam (Sled Kraya na Sveta); Mythos (Surrender). Production: Rachedito.
https://wn.com/6_Bucharest_To_Sofia_By_Train