How to get to Bucharest

By Air:

Bucharest is a very accessible city from all over the world. Some of the major airlines that land on Henri Coanda International Airport are: Lufthansa, Tarom, Klm, Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, Austrian Airlines, Czech Airlines, El Al Israel Airlines, Malev, Olympic, Turkish, and many more. Low coast airline Companies has a direct flight to Bucharest from major cities in Europe.

By Car:

Road traffic on European highways ensures access to Romania. Traffic is on the right side of the road, overtaking on the left, the signs are those acknowledged by the international legislation. By car at the moment, after entering Romania, the VIGNETTE may be required. This can be purchased from most gas stations on Romanian territory, but it is advised to buy it from the gas stations close to the Customs

By Bus:

There are many bus routes that connect Bucharest and Romania's main cities with Athens, Berlin, Budapest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Milan, Munich, Paris,Rome, Vienna, etc.

By Train:

Railway traffic provides direct connections with a large number of European cities, such as Paris, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Kiev, Moscow, Istanbul, Athens, etc. and with all towns in Romania.

Bucharest is the hub of Romania's national railway network. The main railway station is Gara de Nord ("North Station"), which provides connections to all major cities in Romania as well as international destinations.

How to get to the Palace of Parliament - The International Conference Centre

By car

GPS Coordinates: 44.427454, 26.087387

By taxi

Taxis are inexpensive compared to other European capitals. Attention should be paid to choosing a registered cab. These have the company name, telephone and pricing marked on their doors.

Public transportation

Bus stations:
Calea 13 Septembrie: 136, N121
Palace of Parliament: 385, 136

Tramway stations:
Regina Maria Square: 23, 32

Underground:
Izvor station : M1, M3

Parking

Parking is not available inside the Parliament premises without a special entry permit but you can find available places within the Constitution square situated in front of the building


Public transportation in Bucharest: Bucharest's public transport system is the largest in Romania and one of the largest in Europe. Navigating Bucharest by public transport is very easy, as the Romanian capital is served by a modern underground connecting all the places for public interest, a vast bus network, trolleybuses and trams. In addition, there is a private minibus system.

Taxis are inexpensive compared to other European capitals. Attention should be paid to choosing a registered cab. These have the company name, telephone and pricing marked on their doors.

Shuttle buses for groups can be provided on request.

From Henri Coandă International Airport

If you want to take the Express BUS Line 783 from the Airport Otopeni Henri Coanda to the city, stop at Piata Unirii. The Palace of Parliament is 10 minutes walking distance from Piata Unirii (Unirii Square). If you prefer to use the Metro , from Piata Unirii, take METRO M1 (yellow line) to terminus Dristor 2 and stop at Izvor Station (first stop).

The bus stop is downstairs, in front of Domestic Arrivals Entrance (from International Arrivals, take the stairs, follow the signs to get to Domestic Arrivals and then exit) or follow the yellow Bus signs. There is a kiosk/ machine where you can buy tickets, the driver don't sell tickets. Price for a 2 way ticket is 7 RON but prices can change without prior notice.

Taxis are also available at the airport - There are many taxis waiting in front of the Airport. In order to call a taxi, place your order using the special machines you will find in the arrival terminal.

Taxi fares from the airport (June 2016): about 2 lei/km (0.5 euro/km) euro/km). The distance between the “Henri Coanda” Airport and the Palace of Parliament is around 25 km.

From train station Gara de Nord:

take METRO M1 (yellow line) to terminus Republica and stop at Izvor Station. The Palace of the Parliament is 300 meters away.