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Brasov connection to Covasna, Romania

 
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danpop's pictureby danpop General travel tip
added on the 21st of June, 2009
From Covasna to Brasov there are only 51 Km, and there are about 5 connections per day with buses or microbuses. Personally I was with Ecosil, the trip cost about 3.3 dollars (2.5 euros) and it took less than an hour and a half. With the bus the estimated time is 1h and 44 minutes. The only problem is that even with this connections the minibus was really crowded and the trip wasn't quite comfortable. For a timetable check this website: http://www.autogari.ro/Transport/Covasna_Covasna-Brasov/234-141.aspx?lang=UK

 
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