This page gives a quick oversight on the basic transportation facilities Timisoara has to offer!




Traian Vuia International Airport (TSR)

The airport is located six miles from the city centre. Taxis are readily available outside the arrivals area. Bus #26 offers service to the city centre, with stops at Piata Badea Cartan and Hotel Continental. Airlines with service to Timisoara are for example: Austrian Airlines, CarpatAir, Lufthansa, Tarom and Wizzair


Address:         Str. Aeroport 2
Tel:                  (256) 493.639



Timisoara North – main train station (Gara Timisoara Nord)

There are daily trains from / to cities such as Budapest (+/- 5 hours), Vienna (+/- 9 hours), Bucharest (+/- 7 hours).
Note: For departures from/to Timisoara please select Timisoara Nord.
For departures from/to Bucharest please select Bucuresti Nord.


Address:         Str. Garii 2
Tel:                 (256) 491.696
Web:     (national train schedule) (for international traveling)


SNCFR’s advance booking office (Agentia de Voiaj SNCFR Timisoara)
You can get train schedule information and make reservations up to 24 hours in advance. Tickets for same-day travel can only be purchased at the station.


Address:         Piata Victoria 2
Tel:                  (256) 491.889
Open:              Mon. – Fri. 8:00am – 9:00am;

Closed:           Sat. & Sun.

Public Transportation


Timișoara is the modern and developed city, so it has its own system of public transport. Regia Autonomă de Transport Timişoara, or just R.A.T.T., is a municipal transport that will get you where you want. Means of transportation run between 5:30 and 23:30.


The system is easy to understand, it has nearly 35 routes, which are connecting the different parts of the city. You will be able to get almost everywhere you want by tram, bus or trolleybus.


Routes are numbered as follows: Tram routes are numbered from 1 to 10, trolleybus routes are 11 to 20 and bus routes are 20 to 44. Besides that there are special bus routes, called Express, which are recognizable by the letter ‘’E’’. These busses are faster, and the tickets are a little bit more expensive.



The traditional system is to purchase a ticket at the kiosk (which displays the RATT logo). A single ticket allows you, after validating it with the ticket-stamping machine upon boarding, to travel as far as you want. Note that it is only a one-way means of transportation. A more modern approach is a micro-chip card, more information can be found here:


Timisoara Bus Station # 1 (Autogara Autotim)
Daily domestic bus service from/to:
Arad, Baile Herculane, Brasov, Bucuresti, Deva, Drobeta Turnu Severin, Fagaras, Hunedoara, Orastie, Sebes, Sibiu, Suceva, Targu Jiu


Address:         Str. Iuliu Maniu 54
Tel:                  (256) 493.471



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