Bucharest Public Transport
Bucharest has the third largest public transport system in Europe. RATB maintains the modern transport network of Bucharest which includes buses, trams, trolleybuses and light rail. Besides public transport, there are taxi and minibus system.
Bucharest has two national airports Henri Coandă International Airport and Aurel Vlaicu International Airport which have several flights a day between main cities of Europe. The first one is the main hub in Romania while the second one is used by low-cost airlines and charter flights.
Roads are centred on boulevards and are usually overcrowded. Two highways of Romania the A1 and A2 start from Bucharest, but A3, A4 are planned.
Travelling by bus is the cheapest and the slowest way of travelling, moreover bus service is not frequent at all as there are only two or three buses a day. Bus service is mostly used in villages.
Căile Ferate Române supplements the rail service, and provides connections to the main cities in Romania and in Europe.