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Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is an evolving and intriguing mix of eras. The city is made up of wide boulevards, century old villas, 18th century monasteries and unsightly communist built housing blocks. It is in Bucharest that you will find the country’s top museums and lots of green parks. You will also find the ongoing development of the crumbling historic center that gives optimism at a return to classiness.

Cotroceni Palace

Is built in French neo-baroque style and it reminds us of Grand Opera in Paris. The most impressive room is the Union Room, where the most important receptions are taking place. – 2,4 km around 29 minutes

Cotroceni Palace
Parliament Palace

According to the Guinness Book is the world’s largest civilian administrative building, most expensive administrative and heaviest building. – 1,5 km around 19 minutes

Parliament Palace
Romanian Athenaeum

Is the hub of Bucharest’s musical activity. The golden ceilings, ornate frieze decorations and high marble pillars have made this cream-colored concert hall a Bucharest landmark since its 1888 opening. – 1,1 km around 13 minutes

Romanian Athenaeum
Cismigiu Gardens

Is the largest park in city’s central area and a curious mix of old and modern, elegant and brutal, one old and crucial element of Bucharest that has survived the changes. – 100 m around 1 minute

Cismigiu Gardens
National Military Circle

Is representative for the French neoclassical style. The building’s interiors are elegant and impressive and hosted over time proms, reunions and, now, exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, book launchings etc. – 1,1 km around 12 minutes

National Military Circle
Manuc’s Inn

Is one of the best bets in terms of accommodation in Bucharest. The rooms are simple and nice and represent a good value and the location is great – just off Unirii Square, where the downtown starts. – 1,7 km around 21 minutes

Manuc’s Inn
Bucharest National Theatre

Features four halls and over 1,500 seats. Its picture can be seen on the 100 Lei banknote. – 1.6 km around 20 minutes

Bucharest National Theatre
Kretzulescu Palace

Was built in the French Renaissance style. Beginning with the 21st of September 1972 it is the residence of UNESO-CEPES. – 1,5 km around 18 minutes

Kretzulescu Palace
CEC Palace

The oldest Romanian bank, built in 1900 in eclectic style ; the palace ends in a glass and metal dome. The entrance features an arch supported by two pairs of columns in composite style. – 1,2 km around 14 minutes

CEC Palace
Arch of Triumph

Similar to its Paris namesake, the Arc stands 85 feet high and remembers Romania’s Great War soldiers and its reunification. – 3,8 km around 47 minutes

Arch of Triumph
Village Museum

Is one of the most original and fascinating outdoor museums that includes more than 300 buildings representing the history of Romania’s rural architecture. – 4,8 km – around 59 minutes

Village Museum
Romanian Opera House

Has a capacity of 2,200 seats and houses at the top floor the Opera Museum and contains documents, photographs, costumes depicting the development of the lyric genre in Romania. – 1 km around 12 minutes

Romanian Opera House
Cathedral of Saint Joseph

This austere red brick cathedral, the main place of worship for Bucharest’s Roman Catholics, was built in 1883. Its mainly Neo-Romanesque facade incorporates Gothic elements, notably the portal and sublime rose window. – 900 m around 10 minutes

Cathedral of Saint Joseph
Saint Ilie Gorgani Church

Is near the center of Bucharest, between Cismigiu and the Dambovita, and this place of worship has often played a major part in the city’s history. – 650 m around 7 minutes

Saint Ilie Gorgani Church
National Library

Manages the national cultural patrimony of published books, periodical magazines, manuscripts, old books, maps, photos, audiovisual materials and electronic documents. – 1,4 km around 16 minutes

National Library
Stavropoleos Church

Is a wonderfully restored fusion of Byzantine and Romanian architecture with a small chapel. – 1,3 km around 15 minutes

Stavropoleos Church
Casin Monastery

Is a Romanian Orthodox church located near The Arch of Triumph and has three apses, and the highest dome reaches 50 m. – 3,9 km around 48 minutes

Casin Monastery
Astronomical Observer

Among the facilities it provides, the interested ones have the opportunity to watch the sky through a telescope. – 1,7 km around 21 minutes

Astronomical Observer
Botanical Garden

The gardens stretch on a 17 hectares area, near the Cotroceni Palace, where you can find : ornamental plant sector, geographical groups, the flora of Dobrogea, waterfall, Italian garden, Rosary, etc – 2,1 km around 26 minutes

Botanical Garden
Herastrau Park

Is the largest park on the northern side of Bucharest, almost 110 ha, and his lake has an area of 77 ha and it’s an entertaining placed, used for water sports as well. There are motorboats, hydro-bicycles and small ships. – 5,5 km around 1h10 minutes

Herastrau Park
Old Princely Court

At the center of the historic area in Bucharest are the remains of the Old Princely Court, built in the 15th century by Vlad Tepes. All that remains today are a few walls, arches, tombstones and a Corinthian column. – 1,6 km around 19 minutes

Old Princely Court
Macca-Villacrosse Passage

Unique in Bucharest, the passage is in the shape of a horseshoe and connects Streets Lipscani and Eugen Carada with Calea Victoriei. It is a jewel of nineteenth century architecture with glass roof, windows and stately statues at the entrance. – 1,6 km around 10 minutes

Macca-Villacrosse Passage
Old Town

The whole area is covered in restaurants and bars and despite everything is a great place for a drink or a meal. Highlights include the Old Court (Curtea Veche) once the palace of Vlad Tepes aka Dracula, the Old Court Church, the Hanul Lui Manuc.

Old Town

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