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BUCHAREST AUTO SHOW - SAB 2021

Bucharest Auto Show – SAB 2021

Bucharest Auto Show & Accessories 2021, between 7 - 17 October 2021 at Romexpo in Pavilion B2 and the related outdoor area, presents the latest models and technologies in the automotive field.

Bucharest Motor Show & Accessories 2021 is real support for the automotive industry's recovery, maximizing sales and strengthening its presence in the market by serving as the primary meeting and interaction point for professionals in the industry.

SAB Themes & Accessories include:

- city and off-road cars, classic cars
- hybrid and electric vehicles - DEDICATED AREA "e-Mobility @SAB & Accessories 2021"
- light and heavy commercial vehicles - trucks, trailers, components and related accessories
motorcycles, scooters, bicycles and accessories
- car components and accessories, audio and navigation systems, car and motorcycle tuning
equipment and machinery for services, painters and car washes
- contests, workshops and new technology launches
- road signalling means, traffic control, measurement and control equipment
- specialized media and profile associations
- leasing companies, insurance companies
- adjacent services.

Rules to participate at Bucharest Auto Show - SAB 2021

At the Bucharest Auto Show & Accessories, we make every effort to create a safe space for all participants. Wearing a protective mask is mandatory throughout the visit.

Access to the Bucharest Auto Show & Accessories is made by paying the equivalent value of the entrance ticket, presenting an identity document, and observing one of the following measures:

- European COVID digital certificate - Vaccination Certificate for persons vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 virus, for which 10 days have passed since the completion of the complete vaccination schedule;

- European COVID digital certificate - Recovery Certificate for the period between the 15th and 180th day following confirmation with SARS-COV-2.

Visiting program Bucharest Motor Show & Accessories 2021 - Pavilion B2 & Romexpo exterior area - entrance gate B

- Thursday, October 7, between 12:00 and 20:00

- Friday, October 8 - Saturday, October 16, between 10.00 - 20.00

- Sunday, October 17, between 10.00 and 18.00

Ticket price: 40 lei

Access for children under 7 years - free

Access for people with disabilities and a companion - free.

Children under the age of 12 must not present medical proof for access to the event.

About Romexpo

ROMEXPO is the leader of the Romanian trade fairs and exhibitions industry, combining tradition with international experience and quality, all for the benefit of exhibitors and specialist visitors who, year after year, confirm the good reputation of the company.

ROMEXPO is the largest Exhibition Center in Romania, its spaces being suitable for any type of event: fairs and exhibitions, concerts, shows, congresses, MICE events, demonstrations, sports competitions, courses, business meetings or private parties and is located in Bucharest Free Press Square. The total area of ​​the exhibition center is over 300,000 sqm of which approximately 57,000 sqm is the actual exhibition space (indoor and outdoor) [1], divided into 10 pavilions, 5 conference rooms, 1 workspace - CITY HUB and parking of over 2000 seats.

Annually, more than 180 fairs, exhibitions, and events are organized and hosted by companies from Romania, but also from abroad - the degree of internationalization rising to over 50%. In 2017, the center hosted over 900,000 visitors and over 6,600 exhibitors from 46 countries.

Getting to Bucharest

By Plane

There are currently two functional airports in Bucharest: Henri Coandă International Airport(originally “Otopeni”) and Aurel Vlaicu International Airport (initially “Băneasa”). Henri Coandă is the largest airport in Romania and the main center for the national operator TAROM. From here, daily flights depart and arrive from other cities in Romania as well as numerous other airports in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa.

By Train

Bucharest is the main railway hub of the national company Căile Ferate Române (CFR). The most important railway station is Gara de Nord, from where daily trains leave and arrive from various Romanian localities, as well as from European cities, including Hungary, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Turkey, Austria, Russia, Belarus and others.

By Coach

Coach remains one of the most popular ways to travel to Bucharest. Local carriers provide a vast network of routes across Europe.

By Car

Bucharest is accessible via European routes E60, E70, E81, and E85. If you plan to travel to Bucharest by car. Izvor Park is located on Marasti Blvd., 65-67 No, P.O Box 32-3, Postal code 011465, Bucharest, Romania.

Transport in Bucharest

Public Transport

Bucharest has the largest public transport network in Romania and among the largest public transport networks in Europe, as it serves more than 2 million inhabitants.

The public transport system in Bucharest is composed of the 77 km metro system and the surface transport network - buses (120 lines), trolleybuses (15 lines) and trams (24 lines).

Several express bus lines connect the airport to Bucharest’s city center. It’s slower than going by taxi, but it’s certainly the best option for those travelling on a budget. Express line 780 takes you to Gara de Nord, the main railway station. Line 783 goes to Unirii Square in the city centre with an approximate journey time of 40 – 60 minutes. Tickets are not available on the bus, so make sure you buy them at the booths just outside of the terminal buildings. The RATB lines that reach Piata Presei are:
■ bus: 105, 131, 148, 149, 205, 261, 304, 330, 331, 335, 361, 449, 780, 783
■ trams: 41, 42

Taxis & Ridesharing

Ride-sharing apps like Uber, Bolt and Yango are well-established in Bucharest and represent a good alternative to taxis.

You can read more about public transport in Bucharest here.

Also, there are a lot of possibilities for e-mobility transport. From CityLink to Lime, you have many options to choose from. Read more about e-mobility options in Bucharest here.

Accommodation in Bucharest

Bucharest is a budget-friendly destination, with lots of affordable options. Many of the major international hotel chains have establishments in Bucharest, but there are plenty of independent, cheaper options, from hostels to pensions.

Before booking, be sure to read up on the accommodation’s policy. For a better experience, pay attention to the following:

  • Adding an extra guest to your accommodation may result in additional costs. Be sure to know the final number of people staying before you confirm your booking.
  • For smooth travel, be aware of your accommodation’s check-in and check-out policies.
  • Room prices may vary depending on city/VAT taxes. Extra bedding, towels, accommodation activities and facilities may also occur additional costs.
  • Double-check if your accommodation properties accept credit cards, require a deposit or an upfront payment.

The prices for Bucharest accommodation are (prices depend on the period in which the reservation is made, the number of days in advance, the events that take place) :

  • Hostels: from €7 / night
  • Hotels: from €40 / night
  • Apartments: from €30 / night
  • Luxury hotels: from €190 / night

Depending on your preferences, you will find accommodation in Bucharest for all pockets and for all tastes. Whether you want to stay near the airport or the stadium, or maybe you want to stay in the city center to enjoy the nightlife of Bucharest, you will find hotels that meet your needs. Just make the bookings in advance!

What to do in Bucharest

Pandemic situation in Bucharest

If you want to stay updated with the pandemic situation in Bucharest, follow the link below. You will find accurate information, updated daily.

Stay updated with Visit Bucharest app for Android!

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