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By plane[ edit ] Oradea's closest large international airport is Budapest 's Liszt Ferenc Airport, which serves flights from all corners of Europe. See above for information on train connections to Oradea. Cluj-Napoca is another option for most flights from elsewhere in Europe. Oradea also has a small airport , located 5 km 3. These flights are average in terms of comfort, but are fairly expensive, and are not worth the money. By train[ edit ] Getting into Oradea is moderately easy, from Romania or from Hungary.
Most visitors arrive by train, as Oradea is located at the western extremity of the Romanian train network. If you're travelling from Bucharest , there are two or three trains per day, one of which is a very comfortable yet fairly inexpensive night train, especially if you decide to travel in a refurbished first-class sleeper.
Make sure that you take your tickets well in advance if you intend to travel by the first-class sleeper cars because the tickets sell out quickly. Besides these, there are fast trains that link Oradea at least once daily with nearly every major city in Romania. If Oradea is your entry point to Romania, and you are coming from Hungary or Central Europe , there are five trains per day from Budapest to Oradea some of which continue onwards to Brasov and Cluj-Napoca.
Two of these trains are early in the morning, and one leaves Budapest in the afternoon and arrives in Oradea in the late evening, after about four hours. Many buses from Budapest who go in Romania stop at Oradea. If you want to visit Oradea from any other place, the worst idea is to do it from Bucharest. For a good domestic trip finder see Romanian Railways. By bus[ edit ] Intercity bus and coach services running through Oradea are strongly on the increase, and most of the residents see them as a welcome departure from what they see are slow, uncomfortable trains.
This is because intercity coach travel is very much a novelty in a country where trains and aeroplanes have been the primary form of public transportation for decades. Even today, train is by far the recommended way, being much more comfortable and increasingly modern and luxurious. Bus services are private, and are either run by large cross-European companies such as Eurolines or small Romanian or Hungarian companies which operate coaches between, say, Oradea and Budapest.