List of Bucharest Metro Stations

List Of Bucharest Metro Stations

This is a list of the (current and planned) stations on the Bucharest Metro rapid transit system in Bucharest, Romania. As the network grows larger, more stations will be added to this article.

Stations in bold are transfer stations.

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