BUCHAREST SUBWAY

BUCHAREST UNDERGROUND TRANSPORT

BUCHAREST TUBE TIBETABLE 

The Bucharest Underground rail network or Bucharest Metro, or Bucharest Subway is the perfect way to travel from one destination to another while visiting the city. It is a rapid transit system used by more than 500,000 people every day. The tube is almost 70 km long and has 51 stations. The Bucharest subway was first opened for service in 1979. Underground trains run between 5am and 11pm. A 24-hour service is not available. At rush hours, trains run at 6 minute intervals but on line 2 which crosses the center, underground trains in Bucharest run at 3 minute intervals. During the rest of the day, in Bucharest tube, trains run at 8-9 minute intervals, just like in week-ends. See the best way to BUCHAREST NORTH TRAIN STATION!

BUCHAREST TUBE TICKETS

If you use the underground trains, you will need magnetic stripe cards which can be used only for underground trip. Tickets for Bucharest Tube:
2-trip card is 5 RON( 1,13 euro)
1-day card is 8 RON(1,80 euro)
10-trip card is 20 RON(4,52 euro)
Unlimited weekly pass is 25 RON(5,56 euro)

BUCHAREST TUBE TRANSPORT

Bucharest Subway transport
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Photographed In: Bucharest, Romania
Date Uploaded:2016-04-04
Description: Bucharest Tube is a safe way to visit town

SUBWAY TRANSPORT IN BUCHAREST

Be careful not lose or damage the metro card because you will lose you money. Metro cards are not linked to personal data so you will not be reimbursed for the unused trips. Make sure you have cash before going to an underground station for Bucharest Subway. The access to platforms is via steps and escalators. You will spent about 3-4 minutes before getting from a station to another so keep an eye on the electric panels not to miss your destination and to need to return, also by a train from the opposite direction. There are also such panels in stations when getting out, indicating the area you may want to visit, like University Square, Unification Square and so on. You can also ask anyone where to go in order to reach your destination.

BUCHAREST TUBE STATIONS AND MAPS

For the tourist information there are maps in every station. Here are some useful tips to make your journey more efficient. So, don’t forget if you travel to Bucharest
Check the front of the train for the destinations because there are trains which run in different directions from the same station.
Stand on the right when using escalators.

BUCHAREST SUBWAY STATIONS

Bucharest Tube Network
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Date Uploaded:2016-04-04
Description: This is the Bucharest subway

SUBWAY RUSH HOURS IN BUCHAREST

Avoid, anyway, travelling during rush hours( weekdays from 7 to 9m and from 6 to 8pm) in Bucharest.
Stand behind the yellow line while waiting for the train.
Offer your seat to anyone who is elderly, pregnant, not well or with small children. Don’t block the doorways for other passengers.
There is internet wi-fi in Metro stations but not in trains.
Here is the Bucharest Metro map http://www.metrorex.ro/map_p777-2

 Bucharest subway is the best especially when there are bad weather alerts. In January 2017 in Bucharest, there were heavy snowfall alerts every week.