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Useful info about the concert

Here are some pieces of information that we think that will be very useful in the concert day: how to get to Zone Arena, security rules and the weather forecast.

How to get to Zone Arena

1. On foot – most advised

  • Route 1: From the Stefan cel Mare subway (Metro) station – ascend by the exit to Vacarescu avenue, then you walk on the avenue along the Tramway no. 5 line – it will take you aprox. 20 minutes. You’ll find Zone Arena on your right, after you pass by Kaufland and Billa supermarkets and Agip petrol station.

  • Route 2: From Piata Romana - you walk along Calea Dorobantilor and at the first big crossing with the tramway line, you take right on Stefan cel Mare avenue, pass by the Dinamo Sports Center on your left and at the first big crossing, you take left and you follow the tramway line. You then follow the Route 1. Total time - 40 minutes.

2. By Subway (Metro) – easy and quick, still some walking to do; a 2 trip ticket costs 3 lei
Be sure to check the Metro website: www.metrorex.ro

  • From Gara de Nord –  M1 line towards Dristor 2, you get down at the 2nd stop and you follow the route 1. Time on the subway – 5 minutes
  • From Piata Romana – M2 line towards Pipera, you get down at the first stop, Piata Victoriei and change with M1 line towards Dristor 2. You get down at the first stop and then follow route 1. Time on the subway – 15 minutes
  • From Piata Unirii –you take M2 line towards Pipera, you get down at the 3rd stop, Piata Victoriei and change with M1 line towards Dristor 2. You get down at the first stop and then follow route 1. Time on the subway – 25 minutes

3. By ground public transportation - RATB; a 1 trip ticket costs 1.5 lei
Website: www.ratb.ro

RATB ticket offices – at Piata Romana, at the crossing of Stefan cel Mare avenue with Calea Dorobantilor (see map below)

We do not advise you to use this way of transportation –  there are usually frequent traffic jams and a lot of delay. There is no fixed schedule and the waiting time varies a lot.

  • From Stefan cel Mare Metro  – you take Tramway no.5 towards Baneasa. The tramway stop is close to the metro exit (see map 1). You get down at the 3rd stop – Ceaikovski or the 4th – Giuseppe Verdi. Total time – undetermined (see map below).

  • Bus 282 –  towards Soseaua Fundeni: stops at Gara de nord (it will take you forever to get to Zone Arena), Arcul de triumf  (The Triompth Arch) and Piata Dorobanti. You get down at Ceaikovski.

 

Security rules

Access is forbidden in the concert area with the following items: bottles (including perfume bottles larger than 100 ml and deodorant bottles), plastic recipients, cans, fireworks, banners on sticks, sprays, chairs, weapons, drinks or food, blunt objects, pets, chains, professional or semi-professional (with detachable lens) photo cameras or audio-video recording devices.
Also, in case it rains, you won't be allowed with umbrellas in the concert area, the recommendation being to use raincoats.

Weather forecast

The weather will be fine, with a maximum of 27 C and a minimum of 16 C. There are low chances of precipitation (around 5%). The temperatures between 18:00 and 22:00 will vary between 25 C and 21 C.

For updated information, be sure to check http://www.foreca.com/Romania/Bucharest?details=20110530

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