You can travel to Bucharest by car via 4 European roads that connect the city to other major countries (E60, E70, E81 and E85) or by three motorways (A1, A2 and A3) directly linked to the city.
The North Train Station is the main Bucharest train station. Located at approximately 3 kilometers North-West from the center of the city, this station is the terminal of trains travelling throughout Romania, linking Bucharest to all major cities of the country. At the same time, Bucharest has railway connections with European destinations like Budapest, Vienna, Belgrade, Prague, Sofia, Athens, Istanbul, Moscow and Kiev. Sheraton Bucharest Hotel is only 24 minutes distance from the North Train Station with a direct link to the Romana Square, with the 133 Bus and only 15 minutes distance with the Subway (2 stations).
Henri Coanda International Airport is located 16.5 km north downtown Bucharest and is the largest airport in Romania, serving 67 foreign destinations and 9 internal destinations. Around 50 airlines fly from Bucharest, including Lufthansa, Etihad Airways, TAROM, KLM, SWISS, Air France, Germanwings, British Airways and US Airways. You can arrive at Sheraton Bucharest Hotel from the airport, via taxi (available for orders on the arrival terminal) or via the special Express Bus, the 783.
Sheraton Bucharest Hotel is only 2 minutes walking distance from the Romana Square, where 12 bus lines arrive and connect the city center to different points of the city or important landmarks. Also, the Romana Square subway station is connecting the hotel to the some of Bucharest’s most popular entertainment areas and parks.