Bucharest has landmark buildings and monuments. Perhaps the most prominent of these is the Palace of the Parliament, built in the 1980s during the reign of Communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu. The largest Parliament building in the world, the palace houses the Romanian Parliament (the Chamber of Deputies, and the Senate), as well as the National Museum of Contemporary Art. The building boasts one of the largest convention centres in the world.
The Old Town of Bucharest is a real success story, one that has transformed the city completely.
Hundreds of bars, trendy cafes, and restaurants have opened in Bucharest in the last few years. The Old Town is the place to be in Bucharest now, and you’ll instantly fall in love with the incredibly lively atmosphere. A bit quiet in the morning, lively during the day, and bustling with activity in the evening, The Old Town is the place that you will end up going to every day of your stay in Bucharest.
Romania is so much more than Bucharest alone. There are so many nice towns and Romanian Castles to visit.
The most popular day trip is to Transylvania that includes Bran Castle (nicknamed Dracula’s Castle), the medieval town of Brasov and Peles Castle. You can see the detailed itinerary and book this day trip here.
And as always – if you have any specific questions about Bucharest or the places mentioned in this post, feel free to ask by leaving a reply below.
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