[Cz-L] Travel to Czernowitz

From: <vonczernowitz_at_netscape.net>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 07:27:56 -0400
To: Czernowitz-L_at_cornell.edu
Reply-to: vonczernowitz_at_netscape.net

To: grinzler_at_gru.net
Sent: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 10:39 am
Subject: Re: [Cz-L] Suceava-Cz or Lviv-Cz

Train schedule Bucharest-Czernowitz

Bucuresti Gara de Nord Gr. A Dpart 06:38
Chernovcy-Severnaya Arrive 20:35
Travel time 13:57

At the border (Siret) there is a train gage change, the schedule
shows 3 hours but was told it takes much longer. Also do not forget
the custom/immigration hustle on both sides of the Romanian and
Ukrainian border.
The taxi drivers from Suceava have a way of getting through the
border in no time.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gaby & Mira Rinzler <<mailto:grinzler_at_gru.net>grinzler_at_gru.net>
To: <mailto:vonczernowitz_at_netscape.net>vonczernowitz_at_netscape.net
Sent: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 10:58 pm
Subject: Re: [Cz-L] Travel to Czernowitz

I traveled to Czernowitz 10 years ago so my info may be outdated.
There was a train originating in Varna, Bulgaria that stopped in
Bucharest (gara Baneasa) on the way to Moscow via Czernivtsi and
Kiev.The disadvantage was that it took 3 or 4 hours in Suceava (or
Siret) to change wheels for the wider Russian rails. Otherwise it was
a more comfortable ride than car or bus.
Gaby Rinzler
----- Original Message ----- From:
To: <<mailto:czernowitz-l_at_cornell.edu>czernowitz-l_at_cornell.edu>
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 2:42 PM
Subject: [Cz-L] Suceava-Cz or Lviv-Cz

> There were several e-mails giving the wrong information.
> So lets get something strait.?
> The mileage from Suceava to Czernovits is 50 miles or 81 Km.?
> In Suceava?you can get a taxi for $10.00 from the McDonald parking
>lot.? > It helps if you speak Rumanian.?There are also busses from
>the bus > staition to Cz
> The mileage from Lviv or Lvov or Lemberg to Czernowitz is 166 Miles
>or 265 > Km.
> FYI, I took the train from Lvov to Cz in 1989 and it took 12 hours,
>at > that time there were no taxis or busses from there.
> Best
> Arthur

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