Băilești is a city in the South of Romania, in the Dolj County.
First mentioned in written sources in 1536. During the Russian-Turkish war of 1828-1829, 14 (26) September 1828 in the battle of “Bolesti” the vanguard of the Russian troops of major-General Baron Geismar defeated the superior forces of seraskier Vedenskogo.
Located 57 km South-West of Craiova city, 32 km North-East from the town of Calafate and 18 km North from the Danube river and the border with Bulgaria.
In large and medium cities public transport is well organized, but often crowded (it usually runs from 5:00 to 23:00). Tickets are sold in specialized or tobacconists, and after landing punched. Often the routes are working supervisors. To travel by Shuttle bus will need to buy a special magnetic card in the RATB kiosk.
Urban transport in Bucharest is modern buses, trolleybuses, trams and metro (three lines). Magnetic cards for the metro are sold in kiosks at the entrance. The metro runs from 5:00 to 23:30. The names of the metro stations of Bucharest are not always visible — they are usually written on a separate plate and placed quite uncomfortable.
All taxis usually have meters, but if there are none, then the price should agree in advance. Public taxi can be recognized by the checkered stripes on the side. Private taxis are marked with the letters “P” and “RO” on the roof. They operate without meters and more expensive, but they are easier to catch.