• Airport name: Craiova International Airport
  • Address: Calea București 325, Craiova 200621
  • Phone: +40 754 022 507
  • E-mail: ops@aeroportcraiova.ro
  • Website: https://www.aeroportcraiova.ro/
  • Distance from the city center: Craiova Airport is located 8km away from the city center.

Means of transport to the city

You can take bus 9 to reach the main districts of Craiova.

It departs from the end of the Craiovița line, the “Cinematograf” station, between 5:30 and 20:50.

Other information

Parking: Details about rates can be found on https://www.aeroportcraiova.ro/informatii-pasageri/tarife-parcare/


People with disabilities - Passengers with reduced mobility receive special attention at the airport due to the services available to them.

What you can visit in Craiova

Art Museum

The Art Museum of Craiova is located in the beautiful palace of the tycoon Jean Mihail.

Built between 1899 and 1907 according to the plans of the French architect Paul Gottereau, the palace impresses with its neo-baroque appearance.

with Venetian mirrors, chandeliers with Murano crystals and Carrara marble stairs.

The building has 29 rooms, the most spectacular being the Hall of Mirrors, and in the museum's patrimony there are over 8,000 works of art.

Romanescu Park

An impressive landscape monument of Romania, Romanescu Park is an oasis of greenery where the locals relax as often as they can.

Its arrangement began in 1897, according to the sketches of the architect Redont, and the park plan received the gold medal at the 1900 World's Fair in Paris.

Romanescu is the second largest park of its kind in Europe, and the racecourse here is the largest in the Balkans.

Metropolitan Cathedral

St. Dumitru Church, also known as the Princely Church, Băneasa Church or Metropolitan Cathedral,

it is the oldest and most important cult building in Craiova.

Currently, the cathedral houses the relics of the Holy Hierarch Nifon, Patriarch of Constantinople, of Saints Sergius and Vah and of the Holy Martyr Tatiana.

The sweet Oltenian wine

For a foray into the world of Oltenian wine, go to Segarcea, an area that belonged to the Royal House of Romania

and where exceptional wines have been produced since 1884.

The qualities of Segarcea wines have made a good impression over time at international competitions,

obtaining numerous gold medals. Among the oldest wines in the collection are bottles from 1917.

In conclusion, do not miss a visit to Segarcea and do not forget to get a few bottles of wine for your loved ones.

On the picturesque bank of the Danube

The Ciupercenii Noi reservation covers an area of ​​500ha of riparian forest of the Danube and was declared an ornithological protected area in 1971.

In this wonderful natural environment live over 140 species of birds, some rare, among which the black stork, the dwarf egret, the gray duck, the fox,

white cod or purple cod.

In addition, it is the only place along the Danube that is not dammed, leaving the ecosystem to follow its natural course.