Getting around in Sinaia

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Getting around in Sinaia by public transport and by bike. Info and tickets

You can easily move around the center on foot. In about 10 minutes of walking, you reach Casinò and Monastero, right in the city center. Public transport is ideal for medium-haul journeys. The cableway, however, allows you to reach the highest peaks in the country.


From the earth ... to the sky, in the heart of the Bucegi Mountains. Gondola Sinaia is the service to move up to 2000 meters in height.
Two different cable cars. The first, Gondola Sinaia, operates from 1000 to 1400 meters. It works every day, from 08: 00 to 17: 00.
The other, Gondola Carp, from 1400 to 2000 meters, works every day, from 08: 30 to 16: 30.


Getting around Sinaia by bike is a convenient method and, above all, the best option to discover fantastic nature trails scattered around the city.

Bike Resort is a fantastic project that includes four paths, variable for difficulty and length, for a total of about 9 km. They start at the top of the 1400m to get off at the lower station of the gondola. The routes are all well reported. The bike pass for the whole day it costs 90LEI per adult, and 55LEI per child. For the only climb, however, the price is, respectively, 20 and 15LEI.

Getting around in Sinaia

Photo ©, Moritz Eyer


Only three lines operate in the city, active all year round, from Monday to Sunday.
The three lines T1, T2 e T3 they all leave from Platoul Izvor, not far from the Sinaia Sud train station. The lines share more than half the same route, and then continue along different routes, to the north.
It takes about an hour to complete an entire journey.
In some periods of the year, the service is enhanced by the T4 line, which is available on request from Market Place to Tirul cu Porumbei.

By bus you can move to Sinaia, reaching the main points of interest.
The T1 itinerary starts at 06.00 and ends at 21.00.
The T2 path works from 06.20 to 22: 20. Caution is the cableway station, up to the time of operation. When the gondola lifts close, the T2 line limits the journey to Piateta Foisor station.
The T3 line, finally, performs service from 06: 40 to 19: 40, with terminus to Gura Pădurii. The line crosses, among other things, Castelul Peleş, one of the main attractions of Sinisa. Saturday and Sunday, this route has three detours at the Şeţu cemetery, leaving the Izvor plateau at 7.40, 9.40 and 10.40.


To move to Sinaia by bus, you can buy single-ride tickets, for the price of 2LEI per adult.

To use the Cable Car, you can buy the ticket for the ascent or descent only, at the cost of 20LEI per adult, and 15LEI for children from 5 to 14 years. Return and ticket cost 35 and 25LEI respectively.
You can also buy the pass for the two cable cars. Two ascents, or two descents, cost 35LEI at full fare and reduced 20LEI. The pass to get on and off with the two cable cars, on the other hand, costs 55LEI per adult and 35LEI reduced.
Children under the age of 5 travel free.

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