Bucharest Nord railway station is the main train station in Bucharest. The extensive majority of mainline trains originate from this station. The station has a royal touch as it was visited by two monarchs in the past: Carol I of Romania presented at setting the foundation stone on 10 September 1868 and Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary also stoped by. For this event, a new wing of the station with “Royal Hall” was built between 1895-1896. As of now, Bucharest Nord train station has 8 platforms, 14 tracks, and serves Constanta, Craiova, Ruse, and other domestic destinations, as well as international trains to Hungary, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Republic of Moldovia, Austria, Turkey, Russia, and Belarus.
Getting Around Bucharest's Gara de Nord Railway Station
How to get to Bucharest Nord railway station?
The station is served by bus lines 105, 123, 133, 178, 182, 205, 282 and express 780 to the Henri Coandă Airport. Also, there are trolleybuses 65, 79, 86, 62, 85, 93 and 96, as well as tram lines 42,45,46 and 44. Besides, the station is connected to Gara de Nord metro station.