Traumatised by the USSR era, Bucharest has managed to maintain certain aspects of its period of urban-planning and concrete dictatorship.
The city's oldest park has preserved its authentic atmosphere. This haven of peace and quiet charms visitors with its beautiful nature and flowerbeds.
Visit these two museums and discover the exciting diversity of rural Romania.
The capital of Romania has two sides to it: the modern city, with its busy student life and nightlife, and the peaceful city, with its quiet street-lined parks.
Built between 1713 and 1715, this monastery is currently home to the State Archives and is the residence of the bishops of the patriarchate.
Located in the city centre, Revolution Square is surrounded by numerous historic buildings.
Surrounded by a belt of Stalin-style concrete suburbs, Bucharest was spoilt by gigantic and sinister buildings, such as the palace of Parliament. Nonetheless, Bucharest does hold some beautiful buildings as well as some pleasant districts for a stroll. Around piata Unirii, the capital's nerve centre, do not miss the small Hanul Manuc Inn, a splendid house turned into a hotel-restaurant; strada Lipscani ...
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