It is true to an extent that travelling to Bucharest during the shoulder-periods (February, May) is less expensive. Planning your trip during February or May can be extremely budget-friendly. And that, when coupled with any seasonal offer that might be available at the time of your booking, can really lift the load off your shoulders. Talk to us on Facebook or give us a call (020 3137 1339) to see how you can maximise your savings.
Right now, a return-flight to Bucharest is available for as low as 108 GBP. Depending on availability, we can even quote you something less pricey. You will find more when you call us at 020 3137 1339.
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We are also available on WhatsApp. So if you need to discuss the specific details of a flight (seat location, in-flight meal plan, layover etc.) you can reach us there too.
Our claim to fame is that we offer the cheapest flights to Bucharest online. And yet, it happens at times that some other travel portal is offering the same flight for a lot less. Before you seal the deal somewhere else, ask us to beat your quote. Our agent will quote you an even lower price.
To achieve client satisfaction on numerous parameters, we offer flight deals that cater to a variety of preferences. But we specialise in providing each customer with a deal that is in line with his/her purchasing power. Whether you want a business-class flight with a major airline or the return-ticket of a budget airline, it’s all here at travelhouseuk. It is yours for the taking.
Last-minute flights can be a gamble. The fact that you did not book your flight in advance probably means that you are travelling on urgent notice. It may take some time for prices to settle down. 'Fly Now, Pay Later' will be your password then. If you do not have enough money to book a flight, and even the cheapest flight available is still expensive for you, you can request a 'Fly Now, Pay Later' payment plan.
Once the payment plan has been scheduled, your ticket will be issued. You will complete the payment in instalments, as you and your agent have previously agreed upon.
At travelhouseuk, hotel reservations are carried out in addition to flight bookings. Instead of booking their flights and hotels separately, travellers nowadays prefer to get both in a bargain. Booking a holiday package (flights with the hotel) is cheaper when compared to booking both elements separately.
Choose the one you like from a list of hotels in Bucharest. Our information is kept up to date, and we make it a point to offer only the best hotels in Bucharest. It must be noted, however, that hotel arrangements will be made on-demand. Booking with travelhouseuk optimises your benefits in other ways too. We can forward your requests, if any, to the hotel. If you want extra bedding or baby cot, let us know. Requests for late/early check-in will also be entertained.
Henri Coanda International Airport, having the IATA code OTP, is the primary airport serving Bucharest, Romania's capital. The airport, which is located about 18.4 kilometres from the city centre, handles both regional and overseas flights to and from Bucharest. There is a single terminal building divided into three sections. Passengers will find duty-free shops and eateries between the Arrivals Hall and the Departures Hall.
The rail system offers extensive coverage of stops in and around Bucharest and is one of the most cost-effective means of commute from the airport. The Gara de Nord station is about a kilometre from the airport. This means that you only have to take the shuttle bus ride so far as the said station. If the shuttle service is not available or 'packed', remember there are STB buses running from outside the airport as well. Catch the next STB 780 to reach Gara de Nord train station.
Palace of Parliament: This building complex would rank on top of any list that aims at evaluating the architecture of Bucharest. On both aesthetic and utilitarian grounds, this mammoth in white serves its grand purpose. The seat of communism back in the days, it currently serves the Romanian Parliament.
National Museum of Art of Romania: Over the years, both public and private efforts have been taken to appraise, collect, and preserve the many works of art produced in Romania and beyond. Visitors find a treasure trove of masterpieces of various artists and movements.
King Michael I Park: Picture the perfect afternoon picnic besides flower beds and lake, and King Michael Park comes to mind. A couple of carefree hours spent in the park can lift your spirits, especially during spring and early summer.
Revolution Square: The centre-most part of Bucharest, and the nerve-centre for political activity over the decades, Revolution Square is not to be skipped. The place is tainted with history, and those who played a key role in it have sculptures dedicated to them.