Bucharest Attractions


Bucharest – the pearl of the South-Eastern Europe, the most beautiful city of Romania and is the best place for a romantic trip. Recently romantic trip for two are gaining popularity, but the main focus for the lovers are not the traditional Paris and Rome, and such a small, cozy city like Bucharest.

National Museum of Art and History of Bucharest

National Museum of History and Art – landmark in Bucharest

The capital of Romania for the rest of Europe is famous for its architectural masterpieces. One of these amazing places is the National Museum of History and Art. His strange shapes attract the eye still for hundreds of meters. The futuristic design of the upper floors of an unusually combined with traditional Romanian architecture, and the appearance of the museum is fully consistent with a kind of exhibits. Landmark features rare works of internationally renowned artists: Jan van Eyck, Rubens, Rembrandt, Jan Brueghel the Elder, El Greco, Tintoretto. Also here is the best talents of all time in Bucharest.

Bucharest. Cismigiu Garden

This attraction is a major landmark in the journey through the city and is located in the central park of Bucharest. Cismigiu boasts thousands of different species of flowers from around the world, but the main feature of the garden are compositions and various shapes of flowers. It often hosts competitions and “floral competition” for tourists that come to the garden Cismigiu and enjoy communication, spectacular views and smells.

Arc de Triomphe – Bucharest favorite attraction

One of the most famous and popular monuments of the capital of Romania is the Arc de Triomphe. It was originally built of wood in 1922 in honor of the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in the First World War. Designed by architect Petre Antonescu landmark was rebuilt in granite in 1936. For everyone here is working around the clock inside staircase to each rise to the top. The height of the arch is about 26 meters, which is enough for a great panoramic view of Bucharest.

Athenaeum in Bucharest – European point of interest

Athenaeum in Bucharest - European point of interest

Athenaeum is a beautiful neoclassical building, restored in 1992 after decades of decline. Currently Athenaeum is proud to be called one of the leading concert halls in Europe. There is a frequent speaker Philharmonic Orchestra George Enescu (famous Romanian violinist and composer). So you can combine a cultural holiday with a tour of a beautiful reminder of Bucharest “Athenaeum in Bucharest.” According to recent polls, the locals call this attraction the main symbol of the city, so now you just have to write it in your tour.

Attraction “Village Museum”

Attraction Village Museum

“Village Museum” – one of the few architectural monuments, is completely dedicated to the common people, and folk art. It is a so-called “Romania in miniature”, where every corner displays the traditions and culture of a particular region of the country. It is very convenient for the tourist as having visited here in Bucharest, you will have a general idea about the rest of the cities and regions of Romania. You will get acquainted with the daily life of a simple farmer, that will allow you to get to know and even more love these places. Do not forget to sign up for a tour of the “Museum of the village.”

Palace of Parliament in Bucharest


Another popular attraction is the Palace of Parliament. This building is so large that the Guinness Book of Records arrives in size only to the Pentagon! Its area is incredible 350 thousand m2, and height – 86 m! Memo is the heaviest building in the world and architectural styles are so intermingled that it can not be accurately classified. Of the more than 1100 rooms you are invited to create their own tour, or order a standard tour.

The local residents, this landmark of Bucharest is mixed feelings: some still perceive it as a symbol of the regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, and the other on the contrary called it a symbol of a new era, the era of free Romanian.

CEC Palace – the pride of Bucharest

CEC Palace - the pride of Bucharest

CEC Palace – a landmark, built in 1900, the oldest bank in Romania. More than 106 years it has served as the bank’s headquarters and the municipality of Bucharest was sold in 2007. Nowadays it is a museum and is very popular among residents and visitors alike. CEC Palace was built in an eclectic style and always attracts the views of interested tourists. It is interesting to know that this is the most popular and photographed memo Bucharest. Be sure to visit and be photographed on her background!

Bucharest – a beautiful city and the best place to stay for the weekend. If you want a good rest and have fun, then Bucharest definitely your choice.

Bucharest Attractions
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Written by: inkas
Date Published: 03/24/2016

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