Arriving in Bucharest
Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the main junction of all the trasportation means.
By Train: Travelling by train from other countries to Romania takes from 12 hours (Budapest to Bucharest) to about 46 hours (London to Bucharest). Most train tickets allow several stopovers en route so train travel can be an affordable and relaxing way to include Romania in a European trip. First and second-class sleepers are available for journeys longer than 10 hours and for overnight trains.
By Plane: The major airline companies have constant flights to and from the International Airport “Henri Coanda” Bucharest.
By Car: Documents required by Romanian Customs at crossing the borders are: the vehicle’s registration, proof of insurance and a valid driver’s license from the driver’s home country. At the moment, after entering Romania, visitors have to buy a VIGNETTE , which can be purchased from most gas stations on Romanian territory. If renting a car in Europe, please check with the car rental company about its policy regarding taking the car across national borders. Insurance can be purchased at any Romanian border crossing point.
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.
The plenary speakers will be kindly hosted in the guest house of UPB, UPB-Guest House FETTI, Bd. Iuliu Maniu no. 1-3 Bucharest.
You will find below a non-comprehensive list of hotels located close to the conference venue.