Book flights from Moscow to Bucharest
Flying from Moscow
As a hub city, it comes as no surprise that Moscow has three international airports. Flights from Moscow through Domodedovo International Airport (DME) connect to over 230 destinations across Europe and worldwide. Fly with airberlin for your next vacation and discover how it feels to arrive at your destination relaxed and ready to begin your holiday.
Domodedovo International Airport Information
Domodedovo International Airport (DME) is quickly becoming one of Russia’s most popular airports. It has been voted the best airport in Eastern Europe multiple times since 2010. You will find a selection of stores, cafés and restaurants within the terminal so you can relax and pass the time while awaiting your flight departure. Business travelers can enjoy the VIP lounge, which features conference halls and other business-related services.
Getting to the Airport in Moscow
The express train to Domodedovo International Airport runs every half hour and takes about 45-50 minutes from the city center. Commuter trains run less frequently and will take a bit longer. A shuttle bus to Domodedovo International Airport takes around half an hour and leaves every 15 minutes.
Arriving in Bucharest
airberlin’s flights to Bucharest arrive at Henri Coandă International Airport, located 18 kilometers from the heart of the city. Home to some of Romania’s best museums, awe-inspiring buildings and beautiful churches and courts, Bucharest is a destination that will delight all travelers. With airberlin’s flight deals to Bucharest, you can explore this historic and cosmopolitan capital city with ease.
First Time in Bucharest
First-time visitors will be surprised by the Parisian feel of the city. Enjoy a coffee in one of local cafés before learning about Romanian traditions in the Peasant Museum. Boutiques and street markets are numerous – the perfect places to find a gift for loved ones back home.
Your tickets to Bucharest give you access to a wealth of culture, with the Opera Naţională and the Filarmonica George Enescu. For architecture lovers, take a look at the grand Patriarchal Cathedral and the palace of the Chamber of Deputies on Dealul Mitropoliei (Patriarchate Hill).
Making the Most of Your Bucharest Holiday
It is best to travel to Bucharest during spring or fall as the weather can be fairly hot or cold in the summer and winter. You can find deals on cheap hotels in Bucharest, especially when you travel outside of school holidays. Flights with airberlin will get you to Bucharest comfortably and safely.