Information about Romania and Timisoara can be found here.
Timisoara is located in the western corner of Romania, just a few kilometres away from the border of Hungary and Serbia, with very good transport connections.
There are several airlines which fly to Timisoara: Tarom, Lufthansa, Wizzair, Ryanair and Eurowings. They all have daily flights from different destinations around Europe. For more info please have a look at: www.aerotim.ro/en/index.php
The city is served by Romania’s second-largest airport, Traian Vuia International Airport (TSR), located 10 km away from the city center.
There are regular flights from/to numerous major European and domestic destinations:
- Bucharest – H.Coanda International Airport – Tarom / Ryanair
- Iasi – Iasi International Airport – Tarom
- Bruxelles Charleroi – Bruxelles Charleroi –Wizz Air
- Billund – Billund Airport
- Paris-Beauvais – Paris Beauvais – Wizz Air
- Munchen – Franz Josef Strauss – Lufthansa
- Frankfurt-Main – Frankfurt Airport – Lufthansa
- Frankfurt-Hahn – Frankfurt Hahn – Wizz Air
- Dortmund – Dortmund Airport – Wizz Air
- Memmingen – Memmingen Airport – Wizz Air
- Karlsruhe/Baden – Airport Karlsruhe/Baden – Wizz Air
- Nuremberg – Airport Nuremberg – Wizz Air
- Stuttgart – Stuttgart Airport – Eurowings
- Tel Aviv – TEL AVIV – Wizz Air
- Bergamo – Orio al Serio – Wizz Air / Ryanair
- Bologna – L. Ridolfi – Wizz Air
- Treviso – Treviso Airport – Wizz Air
- Rome-Ciampino – Fiumicino – Wizz Air
- Bari – Aeroporto di Bari – Wizz Air
- Valencia – Airport Valencia în Manises – Wizz Air
- Barcelona – Barcelona El Prat – Wizz Air
- Madrid – Barajas Airport – Wizz Air
- The United Kingdom:
- London-Lutton – London Luton Airport – Wizz Air
- Doncaster/Sheffield – Doncaster Sheffield Airport
By train using the facilities offered by CFR (Romanian Railways Company), you can have easy connections to Budapest , Vienna and Belgrade.
There are many ways to get to Timisoara by car, and the quality of the roads in western Romania is very good.
Crossing the border at Cenad/Kiszombor via Sinnicolaul Mare – DN 59A
Crossing the border at Nadlac via Arad – M5, A1 (Take exit Timișoara for DJ691 towardTimișoara/Lipova) . There are good road connections to the main western Romanian cities of Oradea, Baia-Mare and Cluj
Crossing the border at Moravita – E 70; DN 59
From Romanian cities
Lipova (Arad) – DJ 691
Lugoj (Deva, Sibiu, Brasov, Turnu Severin, Craiova, Bucuresti…) – E 70; DN 6
Buzias (Resita…) – DJ 592
Once in Timisoara…
Several bus (autobuz), tram (tramvai) and trolleybus (troilebuz) routes connect Timisoara’s main areas and tourist attractions.The public transportation system runs between 4:45am and 11:15pm. Tickets must be purchased beforehand and validated in the ticket-stamping machine upon boarding. Tickets are interchangeable for all three forms of transport with the exception of express buses.
Starting from 2016 Timisoara also has public boats water transportation via the Bega Canal.
Tudo Taxi – 945
Euro Taxi – 941
Fan Taxi – 944
Radio Taxi – 940
Pro Taxi – 942