Brasov has no civilian airport, but Henri Coanda airport near Bucharest is three hours away by car, the same as the Sibiu airport.
Getting to Brasov by train is very easy, because it is a major Romanian railway hub. From the capital city Bucharest there are 18 trains daily and there are also frequent trains from other cities, as well as daily connections to Budapest (Hungary), via Oradea, and a EuroNight (fast night train) connection to Budapest (Hungary) via Arad. Another international overnight train arrives daily from Vienna (Austria). Also due to its affordability and comfort, train is the best way of reaching Brasov.
Aside from the train, car is one of the most popular ways of reaching Brasov, due to its fairly good road connections. Road E60 will be the main road to use in and out or Brasov, because this European Road links Brasov to Bucharest in the south, as well as Cluj-Napoca, Oradea and Budapest (Hungary) in the west. Road E68 will take you to Sibiu and further onwards to Arad and Timisoara.
The #20 bus connects the city centre with the resort of Poiana Brasov.
Transportation between Brasov city centre and Poiana Brasov can be also made by car. In order to drive to Poiana Brasov, you have to follow the "centre" path, which is signalled at every town entrance or important crossroads. As you get close to the city centre you will find traffic signs to Poiana Brasov. The distance between Brasov and Poiana Brasov is of approximately 12 kilometres and it is reachable within 15-20 minutes.