Travel from Bucharest to Kiev

Train, bus or fly from Bucharest to Kiev?

LOT, Wizz Air and six other airlines fly from Bucharest to Kiev 5 times a day. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Bucharest to Kiev via Chișinău, Chisinau, and Demiivska in around 21 h 26 min.

How to get from Bucharest to Kiev

ModeDurationPrice
From Universitate line 783 bus to Bucharest Otopeni airport, fly to Kiev Zhulhany airport, then line 368 Minibus to Kiev.8 h 18 min$152
From Universitate line 783 bus to Bucharest Otopeni airport, fly to Kiev airport, shuttle to Kharkivska, then subway to Kiev.7 h 54 min$115
From Bucharest Filaret bus to Chișinău, walk to Chisinau, bus to Demiivska, then subway to Maidan Nezalezhnosti.21 h 26 min$43
From Piata Unirii subway to Bucuresti Nord Gara A, night train to Ungheni, then train to Kiev Pass.26 h 33 min$43
From Bucharest - Gara de Nord train to Kyiv-Passazhyrskiy Station.27 h$78
From Bucharest drive to Kiev.11 h 57 min$112

How long does it take to get from Bucharest to Kiev?

It takes approximately 8 h 18 min to get from Bucharest to Kiev, including transfers.

Is there a direct train between Bucharest and Kiev?

Yes, there is a direct train departing from Bucharest - Gara de Nord and arriving at Kyiv-Passazhyrskiy Station. Services depart once a week, and operate Friday. The journey takes approximately 27 h.

Operators from Bucharest to Kiev

OperatorPhoneWebsite
RAT Bucharest+4021 311 05 95RAT Bucharest
LOTLOT
Wizz AirWizz Air
TaromTarom
AlitaliaAlitalia
Blue AirBlue Air
Aegean AirlinesAegean Airlines
AlidauniaAlidaunia
Yan AirYan Air
Easy WayEasy Way
Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines
Austrian AirlinesAustrian Airlines
LufthansaLufthansa
KLMKLM
Ukraine International AirlinesUkraine International Airlines
Air FranceAir France
Skybus Kiev+38 04595 61486Skybus Kiev
Kiev Metro(044) 238-58-98Kiev Metro
ALVERS TUR022 211 051ALVERS TUR
TiagaTiaga
Metrorex004 021 319 36 01Metrorex
Romanian Railways (CFR)0219521Romanian Railways (CFR)
Moldovan Railways (CFM)Moldovan Railways (CFM)
Ukrainian RailwaysUkrainian Railways