Touristic spots in Bucharest

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Centrul Vechi
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It dates back to the 15th century, being one of the earliest settlements of the city. The charming pedestrian lanes and streets with theaters and restaurants will enchant you.
Palatul Parlamentului
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It is the world's second largest administrative building and one of the most populat touristic attractions in Bucharest. It is surrounded by factories, parks and the Old Town, which complement its view.
Biserica Stavrapoleos
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Built in 1724 by a Greek monk, this church has unique features and stands as a landmark of the city.
Ateneul Român
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It is the most prestigious concert hall of the city that resembles a Greek temple. It's know for its fresco that represents scenes of the Romanian history.
Piața Revoluției
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It set the last minutes of Ceausescu's power in the country. It is surrounded by museum and palaces, like the Senate Palace.
Muzeul Național de Artă al României
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As a former Royal Palace, the museum presents a unique collection of paintings and sculptures of famous Romanian and foreign artists, including El Greco, Rembrandt, Renoir and Rubens.
Muzeul Național de Istorie a României
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It displays the most fascinating historical exhibits up to the prehistoric times. The biggest exhibit is the replica of Trajan's Column, in honor of the Roman emperor that defeated the ancient Dacian tribes.
Curtea Veche
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It was the palatial residence of the Wallachian princes, including the "Dracula" Vlad Tepes.
Arcul de Triumf din București
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It was dedicated to the Romanian soldiers who fought in the first World War. It is the central point of military parades for the biggest events in the country.
Muzeul Național al Satului "Dimitrie Gusti"
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If you're interested to live the traditional Romanian life, this is the perfect place to do it. Founded in 1936, this museum includes over 300 traditional buildings with steep roofs, churches and workshops.
Parcul Regele Mihai I al României
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The largest park in Bucharest, located near the Herastrau Lake and is home to the Village Museum. Has a lot of walking trails, a Japanese garden and an open-air theater.
Village Museum
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The museum dates back to the 19th century and is house to many historic houses and farms.
Palatul Primăverii
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The former residence of the Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu. It has 80 rooms, a swimming pool and represents the luxurious lifestyle of the family.
Hanul Manuc
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The oldest operating hotel in the capital and the site of a number of important events, for example, the peace treaty of the Russo-Turkish war in 1812.
Strada Victoriei
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Best known thoroughfare of the city, home to many tourisitic attractions: Cantacuzino Palace, George Enescu Museum, the National Museum of Art of Romania, Odeon Theatre, Revolution Square and many more.

Why is it worth visiting Bucharest?

It is far from a typical capital full of tourists with selfie sticks wandering around, hunting for a souvenir shop. Bucharest is much more than that! It has its own vibe and business going on! Take that into consideration when visiting Bucharest. We are sure the city will impress you with its architecture, which is a mix of European elements and Communistic ones but there are even more things to observe. Welcome to our virtual Bucharest city tour, we will present the best things to do in Bucharest and fun facts about Bucharest in one interesting lesson.

So what are those places worth-seeing in Bucharest?

Let's start from the main thing to do while visiting Bucharest, of course, it is taking a walk through the Old Town. Located in the heart of the city, it is the perfect place to grab a snack, drink a beer or enjoy a great meal at a restaurant. The Arch of Triumph, similar than the one in Paris, is a monument of the Romanian history and was inaugurated to celebrate the victory in the World War I. Another place to see while visiting Bucharest is the Palace of the Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world after Pentagon. The Piața Unirii or Union Square is one of the largest in the center and one of the most beautiful.

Other places to visit in Bucharest

If you wish to find a peaceful and quiet place after the long walks in the center, we advise to visit the Stavrapoleos Monastery, sit in its garden and enjoy the beautiful and old frescoes. Curtea Veche or the Old Princely Court was a residence of Count Dracula, built in 1459. The largest park in Bucharest, the Herăstrău Park is the favorite promenade place for the locals. Another thing to do in Bucharest is visiting the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, a ethnographic museum which shows the traditional rural life in Romania. The same topic is showcased in the Museum of the Romanian peasant. Another thing to do in Bucharest is visiting the Romanian Athenaeum, the main concert hall and home of the George Enescu annual international music festival. We still have more interesting things to tell you, make sure you discover them in our lesson :)

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