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As an organisation operating or investing in Romania, you will need lawyers who have local knowledge, speak your language, and have a proven international track record. CMS Romania is located in the dynamic capital city of Bucharest, and has been operating for over ten years.

Our team advises clients based all over the world on national and international matters. With Romanian, English and US qualified lawyers, we are a full service office delivering advisory and transactional work.

If you would like more information about our office and services, please come and visit us, or give one of the team a call.

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The Bucharest office is located in the S-PARK office complex just off the Presei Libere square in the north of the city – easily accessible from both the city centre and the airport. You can access our offices via entrance B3-B4.

By car

We are located a few minutes’ drive from the Presei Libere square and near the beginning of the DN1 highway. Underground parking is available – please contact Reception (+40 21 407 3800) to arrange.

By aeroplane

Bucharest’s international airport Otopeni (Henri-Coanda) is located approx. 12km from the CMS Bucharest office – the journey takes around 15 minutes.

You can order a taxi for immediate pick-up at the airport by using the touch screen devices in the Arrivals area, which will issue a ticket indicating when the taxi will arrive and the taxi’s ID (which is displayed on the exterior of the car). You will need to show your ticket to the driver. Taxis arrive directly outside the Arrivals area on the first floor. All taxis operate a meter system and charges vary between 1.39 lei/km (most common) to 3.50 lei/km.

By train or metro

You can reach our office from Bucharest’s main train station by taxi in 15 minutes, and in 5-10 minutes from Aviatorilor metro station.

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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP S.C.P.
11-15, Tipografilor Street
B3-B4, 4th Floor
District 1
013714 Bucharest
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