You can find on this page the Bucharest trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Bucharest trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Bucharest in Romania.
There are no urban trains (similar to RER lines in Paris) in Bucharest, even though a commuter ring railway in currently in construction around Bucharest, to supplement the Bucharest Metro (see Bucharest train map). Regio trains (regional), also known as commuter trains ( navete or trenuri de navetiști ), are the most abundant type of train on the CFR passenger network.

Bucharest rail map

Map of Bucharest trains

The Bucharest rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Bucharest trains. This railway map of Bucharest will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Bucharest in Romania. The Bucharest rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Bucharest is served by a commuter railway network operated by CFR , the Romanian national railways. Although commuter trains no longer serve national routes, commuter train services are not so good. As an alternative, at each city exit there are private bus stations to get travelers to the towns in villages nearby. As a rule, this buses are found at the exit closest to their serviced area. The commuter trains run either from the main station, Gara de Nordor from 6 minor stations (Gara Basarab, Gara Obor, Gara Chitila, Gara Progresu, Gara Titan and Gara Pantelimon) as you can see in Bucharest rail map. Their main purpose is not regular traveling, instead they were meant to service major factories and industrial platforms with workers, and generally run early in the morning and in the afternoon. Commuter trains currently run to Olteniţa , Giurgiu , Urziceni , Lehliu Gară and Titu . There are also weekend tourist trains from Bucharest to Snagov , starting either at Gara de Nord or Gara Băneasa.

The first railway line on Romania present-day territory was opened on 20 August 1854 and ran between Oravița in Banat and Baziaș , a port on the Danube. Romania has a railway network of 11,380 km (7,070 mi) of which 3,971 km (2,467 mi) (34.9%) are electrified and the total track length is 22,247 km (13,824 mi) (8,585 km (5,334 mi) (38.5%) electrified ) as its shown in Bucharest rail map. The network is significantly interconnected with other European railway networks, providing pan-European passenger and freight services. CFR as an entity has been operating since 1880, even though the first railway on current Romanian territory was opened in 1854.

CFR Călători, the passenger service division of CFR, operates seven types of passenger train , both on Romania territory, with rolling stock and locomotives , or internationally, with rolling stock. Also, CFR operates international trains on Romanian territory with its own locomotives. The train types vary in terms of speed and type of rolling stock. In 2010, approximately 58 million passengers have traveled with the company. 10 million travelers have preferred private equity firms in particular on the side lines. CFR train types as its mentioned in Bucharest rail map are: Regional (R) - the trains have assigned numbers from 2000 to 9999, Interregional (IR) - the trains have assigned numbers from 200 to 499, 600 to 999, 1000 to 1999 and 10000 to 14999, InterCity (IC) - numbered from 500 to 599, EuroCity (EC) - numbered as IC trains from 500 to 599, EuroNight (EN) - numbered as IC trains from 500 to 599, Special (S) - tourist trains operated on scenic routes with vintage rolling stock, numbered from S1 to S9.