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Travel by air to Oradea
Oradea International Airport (OMR)
Address: Calea Aradului 80, Oradea
Telephone: (+4) 0259 416.082
The airport is located 3.1 miles southwest of the city centre.
Airlines with service to Oradea:

Other internationl airports not far from Oradea:

Arad (ARW) – 78 miles south
Cluj Napoca (CLJ) – 100 miles east
Timisoara (TSR) – 110 miles south

Travel by car to Oradea
The fastest route from Bucharest to Oradea is via A1 / E81 - E68 - E79 / DN76:
Bucuresti – Pitesti – Ramnicu Valcea – Sibiu – Sebes – Deva - Beius – Oradea

Driving route from Budapest (Hungary) to Oradea:
E60 - E671 / E 69: Budapest – Szolnok – Oradea

Travel by train to Oradea
Oradea Train Station
Gara Oradea
Address: Str. Republicii 114, Oradea
Tel: (+4) 0259 414.970

The train station is located about 1.2 miles from downtown. Tram # 1 and 4 run south from Piata Bucuresti (just outside of the train station) to Piata Unirii, Oradea's main square.
There are daily trains from/to Budapest (Hungary) (travel time – 4 hours).
For a list of international trains to/from Romania please visit
RomaniaTourism International Transportation section

There are daily trains from Oradea to:
Arad (2 hours)
Baia Mare (3 hours and 30 minutes)
Bucharest (11 hours)
Brasov (9 hours)
Cluj Napoca (3 hours)
Sighisoara (6 hours)
Suceava (9 hours)
Timisoara (3 hours)

To check train and bus schedules for domestic routes please visit
RomaniaTourism Domestic Transportation section

Oradea Train ticket office
Agentia SNCFR Oradea
Address: Str. Roman Ciorogariu 4,
Tel: (+4) 0259 416.565
Open: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. – 8 p.m
Baia Mare SNCFR ticket office offers train information and tickets for future travel.
Tickets for same-day travel can only be purchased at the train station.
Baia Mare SNCFR ticket office offers train information and tickets for future travel.
Tickets for same-day travel can only be purchased at the train station.

Travel by Bus to Oradea
Oradea Bus Station
Autogara Oradea
Address: Str. Războieni 81
Telephone: (+4) 0259 418.998
Daily domestic bus service from/to:
Arad, Bicaz, Bistrita, Bucharest, Cluj Napoca, Deva, Horezu, Lacu Rosu,
Piatra Neamt, Reghin, Satu Mare, Sibiu, Targu Mures, Timisoara, Turda.


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Money and Banking
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