Bucharest was nicknamed "the little Paris" during the nineteenth century. Its vibrant culture and its French-inspired architecture and style, gave the Romanian capital this curious name. That was a period when the population was steadily increasing, original cafes and bars were opening everywhere. Artists and poets were living and working in the city.
Today, Bucharest is the beating heart of the new Romania, which is still trying to rid off the heavy burden of the communist regime. In the last few years, the city has been undergoing an urban restyling. Careful attention has been paid to the preservation of its ancient buildings and historic areas. (the People's Palace, the former residence of the communist regime; nowadays the Parliament).
Massive shopping malls are taking over vast areas formerly Nicolae Ceauşescu 's unused possessions. Companies and industrial buildings are starting to flourish again after the dark era of the 70s and 80s. Bucharest is the vibrant economic centre of the country. Every year this city attracts more and more tourists and all kinds of business people who have decided to invest in a rapidly expanding economy. May be the same business people, who by night like to pay a visit to the many leisure places in Bucarest.
Book a taxi to and from Henri Coanda Airport - formerly Otopeni. By filling out the form on this page, you will have a safe journey.
In spite of many clichés, Bucharest is quite beautiful. Beautiful by day with its museums, galleries and historic buildings, and also gorgeous at night when special light effects offer glimpses of monumental squares and trendy clubs, where at every hour of the night boys and girls are having fun. this city has many surprises to reveal, starting from Bucharest-Otopeni Airport located in Otopeni; a little town 20 km north of the capital. Since 1969 this airport has become the main hub of the city.
In 2004, the name of the airport was changed in Bucharest-Henri Coanda Airport in honor of Henri Coanda, the Romanian aviation pioneer. Since its beginning, this airport, has been in constant renovation and modernization. With its three terminals (a fourth one is in the planning stage still) it can handle flights from all over the world and Europe of course!Certainly, this airport is well connected. Public transport is better than old Baneasa's. For example: the building of the metro line that connects to the center of the capital. Despite all this, at times the increasing flow of travelers may put the public transport under strain.
For this reason; Taxileader.net created Otopeni (Henri Coanda) Taxi service. A personalized taxi service, with private cars and drivers at customer 's disposal. During the booking process you can choose the type and capacity of the car, the pick up time in which to be collected at the airport. Towards your destination in the heart of Bucharest. We can assure you this can be a stress free trip!!! Although the official color of the taxis in Bucarest is yellow, it is possible, for the most demanding customers, to select private unmarked "taxi" vehicles. Definitely higher quality than standard, in all European capitals; to be able to get a bus or a taxi with luggage in tow is always nerve-wracking; using public transport often takes us away from our destination rather than closer, with a great loss of time and money. You can also choose to pay only a down payment and the remaining amount will be paid in cash when getting into the car. Otherwise, you can pay everything in advance.
Otopeni Henri Coanda taxi by Taxileader.net is a practical, convenient and quick way of booking this service.