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Evacuation buses from Odessa to Palanka from ICF Gloria and Adra Ukraine

Organization ICF Gloria from Odessa, Ukraine, in partnership with Adra Ukraine organizes evacuation buses from the Odessa railway station to Palanca (Moldova). Buses run every Monday and Thursday.

Reservation and details directly at +380633643318, Anna.

Free transfer from Ukraine to Romania via Moldova

The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) organized safe transportation from Ukraine to Romania via Moldova.

Buses depart from the Palanca border in Moldova to the city Huși in Romania. If required, in Huși, you can get first aid, and volunteers will offer you hot drinks and food. Then the volunteers will help you transfer to buses to Bucharest or Iasi.

Rescue 4x4

Rescue 4x4 is a free public service for rescue, recovery and emergency interventions in urgent situations.

The free service offered by Rescue4x4 is to bring your vehicle to the road (paved or not) from where you will be able to go on your own wheels or from removing the vehicle from the carriageway of a public road so as not to disturb it or block traffic.

Transport in Romania

Train info:

Here you can find out train routes and timetables for passenger trains between main cities in Romania, with data directly from the largest railway operators: CFR Călători, Transferoviar Călători, Regio Călători, Interregional Călători and Astra Trans Carpatic. You can also buy tickets: International train tickets (

Take care on overnight trains, shutting the door of your sleeper compartment as securely as you can (there are no locks) and keeping valuable possessions close at hand.

Bus/maxi taxi info:

Here you can find out routes and timetables for buses and minibuses/maxitaxi between main cities in Romania, with data directly from the largest operators. You can also buy tickets.

You can buy a one-time ticket or a long-term travel card at the ticket office located near the bus stop. To buy a bus pass, you need to have a passport or other identity documents with you. You can also top-up your bus card online on The Romanian government does not cover transportation costs.


We recommend not hailing a cab, but using apps like Free Now, Uber or Bolt to take a ride. These services are covering all the major cities in Romania. All the apps are available in English.

Traveling by subway

You can buy a ticket directly at the ticket office in the metro station or pay for the travel with a bank card directly at the turnstile. The Romanian government does not cover transportation costs. Service of online replenishment of transport cards