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- 105/401 Chișinău - București
- 117/381 Kiev - București
- 380/118 București - Kiev
- 402/106 București - Chișinău
- Bosfor Istanbul - București
- Bosfor București - Istanbul
- D 1460/460 Thessaloniki - București
- D 461/1461 București - Thessaloniki
- EN 346 București - Wien
- EN 347 Wien - București
- EN 472 București - Budapest
- EN 473 Budapest - București
- IC 406 Brașov - Budapest
- IC 407 Budapest - Brașov
- IR 10641 București - Cluj-Napoca
- IR 10642 Cluj-Napoca - București
- IR 1641/1648 București - Bistrița
- IR 1641/4090 București - Satu Mare
- IR 1641/4541 București - Târgu Mureș
- IR 1643/4133 București - Sighetu Marmației
- IR 1649/1644 Bistrița - București
- IR 1653 București - Vatra Dornei
- IR 1654 Vatra Dornei - București
- IR 1667 București - Iași
- IR 1668 Iași - București
- IR 1695 București - Timișoara
- IR 1696 Timișoara - București
- IR 1741 București - Satu Mare
- IR 1742 Satu Mare - București
- IR 1754 Suceava - București
- IR 1755 București - Suceava
- IR 1755/5581 București - Botoșani
- IR 1765 Iași - Timișoara
- IR 1766 Timișoara - Iași
- IR 1766/5570 Timișoara - Botoșani
- IR 1821 Constanța - Arad
- IR 1822 Arad - Constanța
- IR 1837 Iași - Timișoara
- IR 1838 Timișoara - Iași
- IR 1843/4135 Timișoara - Sighetu Marmației
- IR 4091/1642 Satu Mare - București
- IR 4136/1644 Sighetu Marmației - București
- IR 4136/1765 Sighetu Marmației - Timișoara
- IR 4550/1644 Târgu Mureș - București
- IR 5482/1754 Bicaz - București
- IR 5571/1765 Botoșani - Timișoara
- IR 5584/1754 Botoșani - București
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Tickets from Romania to Austria are available from international ticket offices at stations in Romania. However, online tickets from Romanian Railways CFR are not available for international journeys.
You can buy online tickets from Austrian Railways ÖBB, however online tickets from ÖBB have to be printed from ticket machines at stations in Austria!
There is one direct night train from Bucharest (Romania) in direction of Vienna (Austria).
To travel from Romania to Bulgaria by train, buy your train ticket locally at a train station in Romania. You will find international ticket counters at the train stations of larger cities. There are no online tickets available.
There are two rail connections between Romania and Bulgaria, both cross the Danube on a large bridge: from Giurgiu to Ruse, where the train from Bucharest to Sofia runs and from Calafat to Vidin.
To travel from Romania to Hungary by train, buy your ticket from international ticket offices at stations in Romania or online on the website of CFR. There are a number of offers available, including discounts on regular one-way or return tickets as well as advance saver fares.
You can also buy online tickets from Hungarian Railways MAV START, however online tickets from MAV START have to be printed from ticket machines at stations in Hungary!
International services run mainly from Bucharest either via Brasov - Sibiu/Sighisoara - Simeria or Craiova - Timisoara to Arad and then via the Curtici/Lököshaza border crossing to Budapest. Additional international express trains run from Brasov - Cluj Napoca - Oradea via the Episcopia Bihor/Biharkeresztes border crossing to Budapest.
To travel from Romania to Moldova by train, buy your tickets at a railway station. There are no online tickets available.
From Bucharest there is a direct night train via Iasi to Chisinau. Additionally there are local trains from Iasi across the border to Ungheni with connections to Chisinau.
If you want to travel from Romania to Serbia by train, the only connection is from Timisoara to Vrsac where two daily trains run. There are connecting trains from many destinations in Romania to Timisoara, including Brasov, Cluj and Bucharest and from Vrsac to Belgrade
Special offers are available for the trip from Timisoara to Belgrade. Buy it locally at a station in Romania. To get to Timisoara you can buy an online ticket from CFR (Romanian Railways) or buy a through ticket from your departure station to your destination in Serbia at a railway station.
To travel from Romania to Turkey by train, buy your train ticket locally at a train station in Romania. There are no online tickets available.
The only direct rail connection between the two countries is the line via Bulgaria and the Svilengrad/Kapikule border crossing to Istanbul. Currently the night train from Bucharest and Sofia to Istanbul is the only service across the border.
In addition to this night train there are many bus connections available. These buses are quicker if you are travelling for example from Burgas (Bulgaria) to Istanbul.
If you want to travel from Romania to Ukraine, buy your ticket locally at a station in Romania. There are no online tickets for international journeys available.
Currently, the only border crossing with international trains between Romania and Ukraine is between Suceava and Vadul Siret. There are two daily trains, one of which runs from Bucharest to Vadul Siret. At Vadul Siret there are gauge changing facilites and a night train from Bucharest to Kyiv runs here once weekly. You also have local trains connecting from Vadul Siret to Chernivtsi.
Another option to travel between the two countries is the border crossing between Sighetu Marmatiei and Solotvino. There are night trains from Timisoara and Bucharest to Sighetu, from where you can walk across the border to Solotvino in Ukraine. From there you can take the night train to Lviv or local trains towards Batovo, or travel by bus to Rakhiv from where you can also continue by train.