Sofia to Bucharest Transfer and Taxi Service
For trips to Bucharest from Sofia, it is the most comfortable way of traveling to choose the transfers with Around Bulgaria. You will book quickly, and will travel comfortably, so you will have no pesky trip related details to attend to. You will see why it is worth booking transfers to Bucharest with us.
Distance: 357 km, via DN6 and E70 routes
Est. transfer time: 5 h 30 m, border crossing doesn’t take long
Price: 230 euro one way, for up to 4 tourists
How to book: the form is provided on the site, below
Vehicle: spacious sedans, minivans, vans
Riding in vehicles of our company, you will feel comfortable, and you will get a host of discounts and perks on top:
- You can book at any moment, day or night, weekdays or weekends, we are there for you round the clock
- You won’t get unpleasant surprises in terms of extra fees, our fees remain as negotiated at booking
- Get discounts for different other services and complimentary perks like car seats, boosters, Wi-Fi in our vehicles
- If you are surprised by a delay with the flight, our taxi will wait for you until you land, so you will definitely get driven to your destination with our company cars
- Get transfers at cheap rates by booking with Around Bulgaria
Sofia to Bucharest Transfer Rates
|From:||To:||Distance:||< 4 pers.||< 5 pers.||< 8 pers.|
|Sofia Airport||Bucharest||357 km||230 €||250 €||300 €|
Distance: 357 km | Driving time: 5 h 30 min |
How to Book a Sofia to Bucharest Taxi
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The Romanian capital Bucharest is not only a destination for tourists because of its international airport. You can see and learn a lot there. The city welcomes with green parks and an amazing central area, through which the Dambovita river passes. Among the buildings, the Parliament is especially impressive, as the second in size building worldwide, after the American Pentagon, and the largest parliament building in the entire world. In the centre, you will also see a replica of the Arc of Triumph in Paris, built in 1935.
Among the numerous museums, the Cotroceni Palace is worth visiting. In its opulent rooms, you can learn about the recent past of Romanian rulers. Now it also houses the residence of the president of the country.
Head to the Village Museum, in Herastrau Park, to see authentic rural buildings made of wood, gathered here from all corners of Romania.
Eateries and entertainment venues are around, dotting the city, so you can find one a short distance from where you currently are. You can also sample typical Romanian snacks from stalls.