Bucharest has become lately a great destination for city breaks, especially for the Old City, located at a walking distance from our hotel.
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If you are a football fan or you are intrested in any concerts in Bucharest, let us know and we shall buy the tickets for you.
Bucharest’s club scene is dynamic and one of the best in this part of Europe. There is just about something for every taste, from mega-clubs bringing in top foreign DJs each week to local live music venues. Here, have a piece of Bucharest.
As a general rule, Bucharest’s clubs can be divided into three categories (as we have): the upmarket, Uber-Clubs, where the trendy, fashionable and well-heeled go to party, Student & Underground clubs where you will find a mainly local crowd of young partygoers, and Live Music clubs which host live bands most nights of the week. There is a fair bit of crossover of course, but we think these three categories describe the city’s club scene reasonably well.
What you can visit in Bucharest ?
Here are some tips that you have to consider during your stay in Bucharest:
The Palace of Parliament or the People’s House is one of the most impressive buildings in the world and it is the second largest after the Pentagon. It was built in a record time between 1983 – 1989 and since its opening has remained the most controversial building in Romania. For many, the People’s House is a monstrous monument of communism, but for others it is a Romanian pride.
After the fall of the communist regime in December 1989, the People’s House was about to be demolished by dynamite, because it symbolize the Ceausescu’s dictatorship. The building was designed and built with many human sacrifices from all the people who lived in the time of famine and cold moments. Many have sought to transform the building into a museum of communism or casino.
Parliament’s Palace have 1100 rooms, 440 are offices across 30 halls and lounges, four restaurants, three libraries, a concert hall and two underground parkings. All materials used in the building are Romanian raising and planning. Stone, marble and wood were brought from all over the country and brocades, tapestries and rugs were made specifically for the rooms of the building.
Daily between 10:00 and 16:00 (last tour at 15:30)
Athenaeum is one of the emblems of Bucharest and is one of the architectural jewels of the country. Athenaeum was built in 1865 at the initiative of the cultural life personalities in Romania, among which Odobescu, Carol Rosetti, Constantin Esarcu, VAUrechia and Dr.N.Kretzulescu. The purpose of Athenaeum building was “equipping people with useful knowledge.”
Both the exterior and interior impresses with its grandeur and beauty Athenaeum. The auditorium has a capacity of 600 seats and 52 lodges. Athenaeum hall dome is decorated with zoo, plant and anthropomorphic in gilt relief, reminiscent of Romanian fairy tales. But what impresses the Athenaeum is 70 meters fresco painted by Costin Petrescu made above lodges.
Old Court was the first royal court in Bucharest. Royal Court included a palace, a church, spaces for servants and palace gardens. Today, the Royal Court is an outdoor museum often hosts cultural events, festivals and fairs of medieval art. In the old center of Bucharest, near the Royal Court and the inn is Manuc, another emblem of old Bucharest. Bucharest was an important economic center and the commerce was favored in this corner of the world and was a link between East and West.
The Old Court Museum opened in 1972 and is a valuable one original arrangement remains royal residences from the XVI-XIX. And now one can see the city in the fourteenth century foundations and stone walls of the fortress Bucharest.
Village Museum in Bucharest is one of the first outdoor museum in the world and is one of the main attractions of the city. The museum is located in Herestrau Park, in an area of greenery and lakes and has over 70 households with traditional tools, gathered from all over the country.
The Village Museum, visitors can see the traditions and customs of centuries of the Roman people, lifestyle and homes in which they lived. Besides homes picturesque Village Museum visitors can see old Romanian furniture, tools, clay objects, icons, rugs and folk costumes. Romanian traditional way of life is played at the Village Museum in assemblies of complete households. Here you will see houses and outbuildings in Transylvania, Oltenia, Muntenia, Banat, Maramures, Bucovina, Moldavia and Dobrogea.
Besides outdoor exhibition, the museum holds a collection of manuscripts, studies, sketches, drawings, plans, clichés glass films, color and black and white negatives or photos. The Village Museum and held numerous exhibitions, which attract visitors through the products they expose.
Caru cu Bere is one of the oldest breweries in Bucharest and housed true literary circles. Henry Wadsworth, IL Caragiale Brezeanu Iancu Octavian Goga or were just a few of the writers and the people who frequented the local culture. The restaurant is a living legend of the city and one of the places most frequented by foreigners in search of Romanian traditionalism.
Brewery is one of the few places where architecture reminds those who step into what was once considered Bucharest Little Paris. Murals, stained glass and carved railings are elements of the brewery. Time party spirit is still present today, recalling the exuberant atmosphere.
Herastrau was known as the National Park Charles II was built in 1936. Herestrau Park is the largest park in Bucharest, and in the eighteenth century represented the main attraction of Bucharest\’s wealthy. Wife of Alexander Ypsilanti was a great lover of fun in the park and even built a summer kiosk.
Attractions of the park are the Expoflora, Island Rose, Japanese Garden, Alley caryatids and Statue of General de Gaulle. The park is divided into two areas. A quiet, reserved for rest and Culturas and an area for sports and entertainment, with land and sports facilities, restaurants, cafes, an amusement park for children and nautical clubs.
Cismigiu is the oldest public garden in Bucharest. The park was landscaped in English style parks. The name comes from the fountain park. Romanian ruler, Alexander Ypsilanti in 1779 ordered the construction of two fountains, and the boss works received the title of Grand Cismigiu. Attractions of the park are lake and pier where you can rent boats for leisure, garden roses, rounds Roman statues, the source of Eminescu Romanian restaurant.