Bucharest Feis and Grade Exams 2023

Travel and Accomodation

Travel information

Travel to Romania

  All international flights land on Otopeni / Henri Coandă International Airport. Connections to the city from the airport:

  Express Bus 783* – connects Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport with the city center. This line runs day and night. At night, the bus leaves every 40 minutes. Price for a trip of 90 minutes is 3 lei.

 Train – provides a fast connection between Henri Coandă Airport and Bucharest North Railway Station. Trains run 24 hours a day, every 40 minutes. The duration of the trip is approx. 20 minutes. The price of a ticket is 5 lei.

  Bolt/Uber/FreeNow – use your preferred app to order one.

  Taxi – order devices in the Arrivals terminal.

* http://www.bucharestairports.ro/en/transport

Getting around the city

Getting around the city

Public transportation (by bus/trolley/tram):

  Regular fare is 3 LEI/person/trip. We use electronic card system, upon purchase there is a small fee for the card itself. Not all stops have a ticket booth. For every person in your group, you must validate by pressing button 2 on the machines in the bus. Most of the vehicles also have implemented new validators that allow debit cards as payment. There is also the 24pay free app you can use on your phone, where you can buy 90 minutes tickets or 24/72 hours travel passes, valid for all surface transport routes from the moment of payment.
  Please allow plenty of time for this option, as there is not so strict schedule. More information on STB website (the Transportation Society of Bucharest).

By subway:

  This is the fastest way to get around. For Grade Exams the stop is “Gara de Nord” station. For the feis venue the stop is “Petrache Poenaru” station. Trip cards available for purchase at each subway station: click to see prices. We would recommend the 10 trips card, especially for groups. The validators at every station also allow debit cards as payment. More information on Metrorex website.

By taxi or Bolt/Uber/FreeNow:

  Lots of taxis available, but we recommend you order yours, not take it from the streets. You can look for Star Taxi app or Clever Taxi app, they are compatible with any device and there is plenty of WiFi anywhere, so you can order one. Bolt/Uber/FreeNow are also very accessible and a preferred option by most of us.

Car rental:

  There are multiple options, including car rental booths right in the airport.



  Experience up-close the renowned Romanian hospitality and take advantage of your trip to explore the city of Bucharest. Upon request, we can pair you up with some of our dancers for free tours to key sites and monuments. Don’t forget that Romania has the fastest internet connection in Europe, there are numerous locations to offer free WiFi, so don’t be shy with your online updates about the Bucharest adventure!

  Bucharest is the capital city of Romania, there are numerous options for accommodation, so please feel free to look them up and opt for what suits your needs best. Should you need help deciding, don’t hesitate to contact us. For dancers or groups under very strict budget, we can arrange free accommodation in the homes of our own dancers and maybe in our studio (sleeping bags needed). Please feel free to ask about this.


Hotel options within walking distance are:

Hotel Ambiance 3*
Ibis Politehnica Bucharest 3*
Aparthotel Le Blanc 4*
B&B Casa Mică Guesthouse
Hotel Yesterday 3*

Close to the Grade Exams Venue:
Hotel MyContinental Bucuresti Gara de Nord 3*
Hello Hotels Bucharest 2*
Euro Hotel Grivița 3*
Bucharest Downtown Inn 4*
Best Western Lev Or 3*
Friends Hostel

Close to the City Centre:
any of the 3* and 4* hotels around the area of Piața Unirii, Piața Universității, Piața Romană & Piața Victoriei.