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HOW TO GET TO VENUE

You can access to Brasov City by:

AIR:
Land at Bucharest International Airport (Bucharest Henri Coanda - OTP or Bucharest Baneasa - BBU) and road/train transfer to Brasov.

To check your air connection to Bucharest visit online air schedule. There are no domestic flights from Bucharest to Brasov.

Travel from “Henri Coanda” or “Baneasa” Airports to railway station (“Gara de Nord”) in Bucharest can be done by taxi (cost about 20-50 euro) or by buses (cost about 10 euro).From Bucharest you will take the train/buses to Brasov railway station (cost about 20 euro).From Brasov railway station you will take taxi to Hotels ( cost about 5 euro).

Note
: For a cheaper, safety and more conformable transfer from Bucharest  “Henri Coanda International Airport to Brasov, the Organizing Committee intend to arrange a special bus line (cost about 40 euro/one way – to be paid in bus) on Sunday, July 6th, between 10am and  6pm, and for return flights on Friday, July 11th between 4am and 11am. Please let us know your intention (suggestion) by sending an e-mail at eapr2008@potato.ro before June 6th

ROAD:

From the western (Romanian-Hungarian) border:

  1. Entry point in Romania at Nadlac. Stay the European 68 road – East (E68) to Brasov (transit points: Deva, Sibiu)
  2. Entry point in Romania at Bors. Follow E60 to Cluj, Targu-Mures, Brasov

From the eastern (Romanian –Moldavian) border:

  1. Entry point in Romania at Albita. Follow E581 till Marasesti, Adjud,  Adjud – Onesti 11A, Onesti - Targu-Secuiesc – Brasov E577
  2. Entry point Albita – Crasna – Vaslui. Vaslui – Bacau 2F, Bacau – Brasov E577

From the southern (Romanian-Bulgarian) border:

  1. Entry point in Romania at Ruse – Giurgiu. Follow E70 Giurgiu – Bucharest, Bucharest – Brasov E60

From the south-western (Romanian-Serbian) border:

  1. Entry point Moravita or Jimbolia to Timisoara. Timisoara – Lugoj E70, Lugoj – Deva 68A, Deva – Brasov E68
TRAIN:

Train connections are available from almost all the major Romanian cities to Brasov. All trains coming from west going to Bucharest are crossing Brasov.

Coming from east or south border in Bucharest North railway station you will check the train connection from Bucharest to Brasov.
See: http://www.cfr.ro

Note: Further information will be made available by the Organizing Committee, if necessary.
 
 
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