Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport
Formerly known as Otopeni Airport, Romania's largest airport was renamed in honour of the Romanian aereospace pioneer Henri Marie Coanda. It currently handles five million people a year.
The airport's shops cluster in the international departures hall. Buy English language books, fragrances and clothes and stock up on cosmetics. The Romanian Folk Art Shop is great for last-minute souvenirs. Prices in all shops are usually quoted in Euros. The airport's duty-free store is also located here.
The airport's internet café, located on the first floor boarding hall, offers access to the web from 6am to 8pm. There are several fixed terminals, which charge you for the time you spend online. If you bring your laptop, a one-off fee gives you unrestricted access.
East & Drink
The airport's international departure hall is home to several restaurants, both before and after security. Stop for sandwiches or a hot snack at Piccolo Intermezzo. First-floor Oasis sells self-service pizza with great views of the runway. For more up-market dining head to Belle Vue, also located on the hall's first floor.