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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
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...
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.
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.
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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...
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.
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...
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 !
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.
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.